It's that time of year when Lush release their gorgeous Christmas range and the beauty blogging world goes crazy. Although I would have loved to have attended the Nottingham Lush event which I was invited to, where they were introducing some of the new products and old favourites, I just felt way too pregnant to make the journey! Still, this didn't stop me placing an online order for some goodies, so I can enjoy a few relaxing baths before the little Mr arrives.
A sucker for the Christmas collection, I decided to treat myself to an old favourite, So White. This may look a little on the boring side, compared to some of Lush's brighter bath bombs but let me tell you, it certainly doesn't disappoint! I love the gorgeous apple scent and pink rosy centre. It's perfect for a relaxing yet refreshing bath in the evening time. A fan of vanilla scents, I couldn't resist picking up the Star Dust bath bomb. I don't think I've come across this one before, so I'm assuming it's a new one. I also picked up the Father Christmas bath bomb, which I believe is supposed to smell like Snow Fairy (one of my favourites). I can't wait to try this out!
I also treated my mum and my brother to a couple of bath bombs, as they're Lush fans too. For my brother, I chose Dashing Santa, a mandarin and bergamot bath bomb and Intergalactic (a non-Christmas bath bomb) that looks like it's going to be amazing! My mum loves a pink bath, so I got her the Think Pink bath bomb, which is enriched with vanilla and lavender oil. It contains cute rice paper hearts, which will add a lovely touch to her already pretty pink bath water.
Mum's also a fan of Rose scents and after enjoying the Rose Jam Bubbleroon, I suggested she tried the Rose Jam Shower Gel. I'm not personally a fan of rose scents but even I love this one!
Last but not least I bought the Sea Spray Hair Mist, which is my favourite hair product of all time. It's not the cheapest salt spray at £9.95 but it's the best one I've ever used. I spritz it through my curls to give them that lovely natural, beachy look and I find it holds them in place so much better than hairspray.
What are your favourite Lush products?
Any recommendations for me?