Continuing with my Lush files, we were each given a little pack with an assortment of Lush products to bring back and have a go at.
This fun pack (fun to me at least!) contained a good mix of items from soap to body care and even hair care.
Except for one, I have never tried the other items before so this was a good time to own and give these products a shot!
I believe everything else isn't 'full-sized', just to let you know!
I'll run through the items briefly along with some information about them for introduction purposes incase you often get overwhelmed (by scents and sights), like I do, in a Lush store.
Of course, first up it's the Ro's Argan Body Conditioner.
After my previous entry, this certainly doesn't require any further introduction. This tub seems good for a couple of uses and I would most likely use it on my legs as they tend to require more hydration.
Next up is the Yuzu and Cocoa Bubbleroon, what an adorable name - bubbleroon.
This bubble bar contains lashings of coconut oil and shea butter to help nourish the skin. With a name like Yuzu and Cocoa this is described to have a citrusy twang with an underlying warm hint of cocoa though sniffing the bar (without crumbling it) the overall scent is rather mild. I think it's one you have to use to experience the scent of.
I don't have a tub (sadly) so I may just half this little ball to pamper and soak my feet with.
Next would be the whacky named Wiccy Magic Muscles Massage Bar. I'm sorry but magic muscles just cracks me up, it's so cute yet peculiar.
I'm one of those that get uncomfortable with irregular holes (trypophobia) and while these aren't holes per se, it's still a little uneasy for me to stare at the image above. Though those red bits are actually aduki beans (or azuki - red bean) 'trapped' within a mix of peppermint and cinnamon oil, shea butter and cocoa butter.
This magic muscles bar helps to ease tired muscles by stimulating it with the aduki beans and soothing it with the oils. Along with skin nourishing effects of the butters of course.
I've tried and owned some massage bars and most of them require a little warming up before it melts on your skin but once unwrapped, magic muscles felt all softened up and ready to go. Maybe it's this particular bar but definitely keep your massage bars in a cool area out of the sun!
Moving to hair, I have here the Ultimate Shine Shampoo Bar.
I've tried Gentle Lentil solid shampoo (which I don't see locally?) before so the idea of using a solid bar as a shampoo isn't too foreign. Though initially I must admit I was wondering how in the world was this logic going to unfold.
Ultimate Shine is a violet-scented solid shampoo that is said to give your locks a glamourous shine. If violet isn't enough to tempt me, the shine factor sure had me reading on. With ylang ylang to make dull hair gleam, elemi oil and violet leaf helps to docongest and tone the scalp. This shampoo bar also comes with golden glitter for an added subtle shimmer. Now, I wonder how that plays out...
The last item included was Miranda Soap which I didn't photograph because I had a cut-up bar lying around and didn't want to open this one yet.
I believe I have described it before but Miranda is a deliciously fruity scented soap that swings a little sweet. It's a nice feel-good bar of soap that I like tossing into the shower when I want to smell all fresh and fruity!
Now this ended up a lot longer than I had thought but have you tried anything from this list?
Please recommend me your Lush favorites, even if it's with the protests of my bank.
Thanks for reading!