Who else remembers when you could walk into a Lush store with several huge Lush shower jellies wobbling away ready to be sliced and put into a box prone to leaking? My local was always plagued by people going slightly OTT with them. I've always been a strict The Joy of Jelly user until it sadly left us, now I've moved on to Sweetie Pie. There's currently only two shower jellies available until we hit Christmas where Lush usually create one, or they bring back favourite retro's. I still have a tub of The Jilted Elf hanging around.... Sweetie Pie retails for just £3.10 for a 100g pot or £6.25 for a whopping 240g, along with the clear pot being one of five steps away from a free face mask.
A large pot of purple, shimmering Jelly as weird as it's sounds is hard to resist. Why? If you love your sweet scents you'll be rushing off to your local Lush store. Sweetie Pie shares the same scent as The Comforter, the ultimate product for beating Mother Nature every month, lets double team it! This cherry berry and coconut scent clings to your skin, while seaweed extracts leave you soft and supple till the next time you need a wobbly good time.
I'm sure some of you are thinking how an earth am I supposed to use a shower jelly? Well either take the whole jelly or break little chunks off. I sometimes slice mine up before taking my baths and showers. Either lather the jelly all over your body, over someone else's...ooo cheeky or create a lather with a shower pouf. Jellies are best kept in the fridge, surprisingly mines survived sitting by my radiator for a few days, whoops? You can also freeze them, though even in the hotter UK summers I'll pass on this one. Depending on how big of piece you use will determine how many showers you'll get out of one pot, but mine definitely last for some time and past their 'use by date' they're still wobbling up a lather. Are you a Sweetie Pie? Whoosh? Or missing out on the joy of jelly?
Who noticed the snow!? I was pretty close to turning into a snowwoman ;)