Firstly can we say how appalled I am at my awful photography that I used to fill LW - also Hi from 2015, I'm editing all old Lush posts the best I can. I'm back with a large Lush haul for all you fellow Lushies out there, I go wild when it's Christmas time at Lush. I didn't bother with Halloween this year I'm disappointed with the selection, the same products and scents - minus the swamp flowers.
The first product I have to share with you guys is the gorgeous Gingerbread house. This is my favourite Christmas product from Lush. I saved one from last year just incase he didn't make it back. Thank god he did. There's nothing better than hiding under a blanket of gingerbread bubbles. Your waters turn an odd share of orange, lots of bubbles and the sprinkles obviously melt into the water. You'll get 3-4 baths out of this bubble bar, so at £2.95 you can't go wrong. Though I will say I'm missing my cinnamon stick chimney?
Next up we have candy mountain who is candy cane from previous Christmases OR Creamy Candy dressed up for the festive season. You can usually save some pennies if you buy Creamy Candy instead of the Christmas edition. If you adore sweet vanilla fragrances this guy is for you. In 2015 he is still around, with a minor update or shimmer, these guys loves their lustres still. I ended up with 10 CM last year...at £2.35, it's another bath bomb worth picking up when you can get 3-4 baths. I also couldn't help but pick up two Cinders Bath Bombs, these are classics when it comes to Lush Christmas. If they were ever discontinued there would be riots I'm sure. Lie back in the bath, drop one in and your room will be filled with the sound of an open fire where the popping candy fizzles away in the warm waters. Bath water wise it won't look too attractive but who cares when you have the aroma of cinnamon and clove? At just £1.95 it's a weekly pick me up we can all justify right?
New comer for this year is The Magic Wand. A bubble bar on a stick which makes it even easier for you to get more uses from. The guy that sold this to use loved them too and said he had 7 baths from one. At just £4.95 it's a bargain and smells of the ever so popular Snow Fairy. Lush have also launched a festive cleanser who goes by the name Buche de Noel. If you love Angels on Bare Skin you'll love this cleanser even more, Dry skin sufferes needn't suffer anymore. Take a smell piece of cleanser and mix with water in the palm of your hand, apply to face and start cleansing. It honestly smells delicious with almond oil, cranberries and cocoa butter. At £5.95 a 'wrap' no black pot for this cleanser, though now in 2015 we have pots. The wrap was a total fail and didn't keep the product as fresh. The last item of my haul is a little different to my usual buys, Jilted Elf Shower Jelly has made an appearance for the first time. Fans of the Olive Branch will be all over this, in fact it's the same scent. Lush also threw in a sample of Grease Lightning, a spot treatment that I'll be going back for the full size. What have you been buying from the festive line? Lucy xox