Monday, 28 January 2013

What do Cupcake, Blackberry and Rose have in common?

I am such a huge fan of LUSH but only a relatively new one, for a long time I was one of these people who smelt the LUSH shop before I saw it and was never enticed to go in.

This all changed about a year ago when LUSH were offering free workshops when you bought promotional packs of Clipper Green Tea, I bought two packs from Morrisons for £1 each and took my friend, Hannah, to the Birmingham LUSH shop for one of these 'workshops'. We were both unsure about what to expect, neither of us had really been in a LUSH shop before, but we both enjoyed it so much and have been converted LUSH fans ever since! During the one hour workshop we made our own Fresh Face Mask (Catastrophe Cosmetic), using real blueberries, we got a mug of Green Tea and were taught how to give a hand, face and head massage!

It was the most relaxing workshop and I learnt so much about how important it is to have natural ingredients in our toiletries. So now I shop at LUSH quite a lot, ok so it's a bit more expensive and normally I'm such a bargain hunter but I was given a gift card for my birthday, which I am still using and I think you can't put a price on the quality of products. I am a vegetarian and the fact that NONE of the LUSH products are tested on animals appeals to me massively, not only because I'm a vegetarian but because I'm against it too!

Anyway, on to my LUSH Haul.....

Twilight Bath Bomb £3.20 (Purple)- Lavender

Blackberry Bath Bomb £2.95 (Blue) - Fruity

Avobath Bath Bomb £3.20 (Green) - Citrus

Rose Queen Bath Bomb £2.65 (Pink) - Floral

Butterball Bath Bomb £2.45 (White) - Creamy

Cupcake Fresh Face Mask £5.95 - Chocolatey

Yuzu and Cocoa Bubble Bar £2.95 (Orange) - Luxurious

Sweet Lips Lip Scrub £5.25 - Exfoliate

Check out the full range of LUSH products on their website here.

Are you a LUSH fan?

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