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Lush Christmas Haul 2016 // Lucyy Writes

an image of Lush Christmas Haul 2016
It's been awhile since I last updated LW, there's a lot to fill you guys in on but first, I obviously couldn't return without a festive Lush Haul. It's been a while since I last shopped in Lush - my birthday in fact. Usually I place a couple orders online with Lush once the festive line has launched, this year however a few products I really wanted to try were unavailable.
an image of Lush Christmas Mistletoe Bath Bomb 2016
an image of Lush Christmas Never Mind The Ballistic
an image of Lush Christmas Shoot For The Stars 2016
With cars in for servicing and plenty of time to kill on Thursday we decided to take the dogs (now that Mollie has recovered) to the beautiful park near us & then onto Lush to grab some goodies, which turned out to maybe not be such a good idea when Mollie hates shopping whilst Harry loves it. For once I don't think I went too crazy, especially when this one haul is shared between myself AND my mum (most bath bombs are duplicated). I'm yet to use any of the bath bombs, though I've been using the shower products every single day whilst I use up some of my older pieces of Lush.
an image of Lush Christmas Snowie
an image of Lush Christmas Star Dust Bath Bomb
an image of Lush Christmas Yog Nog Roulade
First to hit the basket was this years remodel of Shoot for the Stars Bath Bomb (£4.25), I'll be honest I much prefer the old design but I'm sure the new blue bath bomb will make waters beautiful teamed with the golden star melts. If you're looking for a bath bomb that isn't overly festive or spicy Shoot For The Stars is for you with it's honey/toffee & bergamot scent. New comer Mistletoe Bath Bomb (£4.25) was a must after seeing multiple demos of this bath bomb. If you like the jasmine scents of Silky Underwear & Sex Bomb bath bomb you'll enjoy using this one. Another new bath bomb to catch my eye was Never Mind the Ballistic (£4.25) which has been half dipped into Cocoa Butter to provide a highly moisturising and citrus scented bath. Returning again, Star Dust Bath Bomb (£2.95) also entered our basket, if you're a fan of Butter Ball & Butter Bear you'll love Star Dust's Vanilla, Rosewood & Bergamot fragrance, with a hidden surprise centre. With a fair amount of Christmas Bubble Bars hanging around at home still only Snowie Bubble Bar (£4.25) came home, who I can't wait to use.
an image of Lush Christmas Candy Cane Roulade
an image of Lush Christmas Lord of Misrule Shower Cream
an image of Lush Christmas Snow Fairy Fun
Bath Products aside there were plenty of Shower Products that I wanted to try, with both Christmas Roulades being purchased. If you've shopped at Lush for the last couple of years you'll be familiar with Yog Nog, a nutmeg and toffee fragrance which came as a soap, followed by a bath bomb. Sadly they didn't return this year though they have made the addictive scent into Yog Nog Roulade (£5.95 100g) If you haven't already, I urge you to try, I've used this bar every single day since. Candy Cane Roulade (£5.95 100g) has a minty fragrance, more pleasant than the Dirty range from Lush. A product A LOT of Lush fans will be pleased to see back is Lord of Misrule Shower Cream (£4.95), we picked up the small 100g bottle for now, having stocked up heavily on previous festive shower gels. A 1KG bottle will be going on my Christmas List this year however. You can find my review of Lord of Misrule bath bomb here, I don't think the Shower Cream managed a review last year!? Lastly, as huge Snow Fairy fans, Snow Fairy Fun (£5.95)  HAD to come home. The bar is covered in lustre, smells divine and comes with paper decorations to get modelling before lathering up.
What have you picked up so far this festive season in Lush? PLUS what products would you like to see reviewed first. Lucy xx
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