Monday, February 9, 2009

Lush Haul and Review

4:28 PM




Hey guys,

It's been a long while since I've posted a blog. I've been kinda busy lately with work and whatnot, but I'm gonna do my best to update this blog more often.
So, I recently discovered a new Lush counter at a mall where I live. Up until now, I don't think they have had many stores around. I just really became familiar with this brand by YouTube videos and on message boards within the past couple of months. For those of you who don't know what Lush is, its a store that sells bath products. I was so excited when I finally got to look through the store and purchase some things. So I recently went back to the Lush counter and got some new things that I wanted to share and review with you. On a side note, if you don't really know what you are looking for at Lush, the sales associates are really knowledgeable and friendly. Seriously, they are some of the nicest retail associates out there. They also give really nice samples, so all you have to do is ask. Onto the review and what I got.
Frosty Gritter Bubble Bar
Bubble bars are bars that you put under running water and it creates bubbles and turns the water a pretty color. This one smells amazing. It had hints of vanilla and lavender, and it turns the water a pretty pink color. You only need to use about 1/4 of the bar at a time because it creates so many bubbles. It also leaves your skin very soft. Bubble bars are by far my favorite products
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Sexy Peel Soap
This was the first time I've tried Lush soap. They have many different smells, so one can choose their favorite. I picked the Sexy Peel soap because it smelled wonderful. If you like citrus smells, then this is perfect. It will be the perfect energizer for rough mornings. It also has orange peels in the soap, so it is exfoliating as well. Just a tip for soaps, in the store they have soaps already measured. They can tend to be kind of expensive, but if you have a set amount of money you want to spend, they will cut off a piece that meets your needs.


Avobath Bath Bomb
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ath bombs are used in the bathtub as well. When you put them under running water, they fizz up and release oils into the bath. The oils make your skin incredibly soft. The only real difference between these and the bubble bars is that it doesn't make bubbles. The sales girl told me that you can use both the bath bomb and the bubble bar together to make your bath that much better. These things are awesome.


Overall, Lush has many great things to offer. They have many things to look at in the store, so just go in and check them out. The girls there are so helpful, and they have some amazing products. This store is for any woman who likes to pamper themselves. Once you give their products a try, you'll be coming back for more just like me.


Finally, while in the mall I purchased to new MAC foundation Studio Sculpt, so expect a review for that within the next few days. I tried it for the first time today, and I'm thinking its my new favorite. So until next time.....


Love, Peace and Happiness!!!



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