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Lush Christmas 2017: Naked Dusting Powder Massage Bars!

I’m not the type of person who reserves baths for winter evenings.. I am a proud bath-a-holic! I love winding down and I feel at my most ‘pain free’ when I’m nice and warm in the bath. So when Lush released their Christmas and Halloween range a few days ago, I immediately notified my best friend with a loud ‘this is not a drill!’ and placed an order right away. 

I decided to keep my order short and sweet – I will have plenty of time to do more Lush shopping before Autumn is out, but there was a few things I absolutely had to grab! So here are just a few of the things I am loving in Lush this September:

Twilight Sparkle Jar

Twilight is my favourite scent in the whole world! I didn’t add any of the shower gel to my first Lush order, as I have a couple of bottles left and it’s a permanent fixture for this year’s Christmas range, which is AMAZING! But I will definitely be stocking up before Christmas is over. More importantly, this year Lush have released a Twilight scented massage bar, filled with Twilight scented dusting powder as part of their new ‘naked’ range. It doesn’t smell as strong as the shower gel or the bath bomb, but it glided along my dry skin effortlessly (I couldn’t resist as I was opening my delivery!) so I’m really looking forward to giving this a go after tomorrow’s bath and seeing how well the scent lasts. This a completely package-less product, so I’m not sure how I’m going to store this and just how well I’ll be able to use the dusting powder, but I can’t say no to anything Twilight! 

Snow Fairy Sparkle Jar

Arguably the most famous, firm favourite Lush Christmas scent is Snow Fairy – sickeningly sweet and I just can’t get enough. I have a few bottles of Snow Fairy to keep me going until the annual stock up, but in the meantime, I couldn’t help but add a Snow Fairy Sparkle Jar to my basket! As with the Twilight bar, the smell isn’t as strong as the shower gel, but I’m hoping it lingers on my skin – fingers crossed!

Bewitched Bubble Bar

I am happily owned by a beautiful little black cat, so when my friend pointed out this bubble bar in the Halloween range, I thought I’d give it a try! I get the most use out of bubble bars, as I only use a little at at time – I still don’t understand when people use the whole thing in one go! I like to leave a bubble bar out in the bathroom, for a piece to be broken off every time I run a bath. I’m not sure if it’s my favourite scent though.. I’ve just described it as a ‘clean blackberry’ to my colleague!

Candy Mountain Bubble Bar

This is one I buy every Christmas without fail. Again, I like leaving this one on the side for a little bit to be crumbled under running water. 

Rocket Science

I wasn’t planning on writing about the Rocket Science bath bomb, but upon opening my delivery and having a good sniff, it reminds me of Lush’s Intergalactic bath bomb! I’m not too fond of overly glittery bath bombs – I had a huge glittery issue with their Cyanide Pill bath bomb last Christmas. I was covered in glitter that I couldn’t even shower off, my bath was covered in glitter, the bathroom floor.. I’m hoping Rocket Science doesn’t leave my bathroom in the same mess!

Luxury Lush Pud

It’s Twilight scented, it’s shaped like a Christmas pudding, its rainbow coloured.. Need I say more? 

Cheer Up Buttercup

Now, this bath bomb really surprised me. It was my boyfriend’s choice and I did think he’d picked what looked like the least exciting bath bomb on the website, but I will admit that I was wrong! It smells really fresh, like lemons, and absolutely good enough to eat!

What are your favourite bath products this Autumn? ♡

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