Friday, 12 December 2014

A cheeky LUSH haul

I very rarely buy from Lush, because they don't have a big selection of SLS free bath bombs, but... I decided that I have to try some of their Christmas treats. Yes... I ordered some bath bombs with SLS. It's an ingredient I avoid, but I don't think it is going to kill me if I use it on my skin twice a year. Never on my kids though!

I originally put all SLS free options in my basket (Cinders, Butterbear and Space Girl), but I couldn't resist trying Golden Wonder and Luxury Lush Pud. They look amazing and I am keeping them till Christmas time, when I will have plenty of time to relax.

Golden Wonder (£3.75)
It's gorgeous, isn't it? I couldn't resist it, despite the SLS content. I am just worried that I will end up covered in gold glitter after my bath :O The scent is a mixture of sweet orange and lime. Lovely. 

Luxury Lush Pud (£3.50)
Not too sure about this bath bomb being a recommendation for kids, as it is full of SLS (same with FUN), but... it is a relaxing scent that I like when I am a bit stressed, featuring tonka absolute, ylang ylang and lavender oils.

Cinders (£2.50)
Inspired by fireside gatherings with family and friends this bath bomb contains crackling vegan popping candy,  cinnamon leaf oil and sweet orange oil. It smells insanely good! And it is SLS free. Score!

Space Girl (£2.35)
Sweet and fruity fragrance with popping candy, grapefruit oil, bergamot and almond oil. Another glittery number that is a bit messy, but very pretty :) Space Girl is SLS free.

Butterbear (£1.95)
These are cheap and perfect for dry skin, as the cocoa butter is very nourishing. I also love the vanilla fragrance, but... the bath is a pain to clean up with all the residue form cocoa butter. Again, Butterbear is an SLS free option.


Available from www.lush.co.uk.

What Lush bath bombs do you recommend? (preferably SLS free).


  
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