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Halloween Lush Haul!

It is that exciting time of the year when Lush releases their Halloween and Christmas ranges. I actually went into Lush before the Christmas stuff had been released hence the lack of it in this post. This is the first year I’ve tried the Halloween products, as I normally let them pass, but I just had to get my hands on it!
The main product I wanted was the bath bomb Monsters Ball, but they had unfortunately sold out in my local store, so I may need to place an online order or hope that I can get in there early next time.

Lord of Misrule | Bath Bomb

I have heard so much about this bath bomb that I just had to pick one up! It’s pale green in colour with a number of pink speckles. I have also heard that this turns the water a deep berry wine shade which sounds gorgeous! It smells divine, I struggle to compare this to anything, but it contains Patchouli oil, Black pepper oil and vanilla absolute, for a true musky scent.

Pumpkin | Bath Bomb

A newbie for 2016, it is shaped exactly like a pumpkin and is supposed to smell like pumpkin pie.Unfortunately all of the these in the store were broken, as there weren’t many left. I managed to find one that still had most of its face intact, so be careful with these ones, as they must be a little delicate.

Sparkly Pumpkin | Bubblebar

I’m not going to lie the glitter is what led me to this. I’m not sure if I’m going to pair this with Pumpkin, or use the two separately. This bubble bar contains Juniperberry oil, lime oil and grapefruit oil. I actually aren’t a fan of grapefruit, but I love the smell of this and I can’t wait to use it.

Rose Jam | Bubblebar

This isn’t part of the Halloween range, but I love it so much. If you don’t like floral scents this won’t be for you. This bubble bar contains rose oil, fair trade organic cocoa butter, geranium oil and lemon oil. The scent really is gorgeous and turns the water a gorgeous rosy colour.

Goth Fairy | Shimmer Bar

Another newbie for Halloween. This is supposed to leave a shimmer on the skin with colours of gold, green, purple and silver, which will be amazing for Halloween parties. I’m not too sure of the scent of this, according to the website it contains: Illipe butter, Bergamot oil, almond oil and grapefruit oil.

Rub Rub Rub | Shower Scrub

I’m yet to try a Lush scrub, but as I’m trying to get into a skincare routine with a scrub I thought I’d give Lush a try seen as though I love their bath stuff. Rub Rub Rub contains: Fine sea salt, mimosa absolute, fresh organic lemon juice and orange flower absolute. Describing scents isn’t the easiest of things, but I really like this one and Lush claim that this is a unisex product.

Bubblegum | Lip Scrub

I’ve had this before around about two years ago and I’ve been meaning to get it again for so long, but never got around to it until now. It smells and tastes amazing, plus it is amazing for prepping the lips for lipstick. A big thing that I love about this, is that it doesn’t leave the lips feeling greasy.
I’m sure I’ll be back into Lush for a Christmas haul sooner rather than later, but that is all that I got for this trip.
What is your favourite Lush Halloween product?
Thank you for reading!
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  1. 5th October 2016 / 12:26 pm

    I picked up a load of their halloween range recently and am so excited! Totally recommend only using half of the sparkly pumpkin bubble bar if you're pairing with a bath bomb because it does give off A LOT of bubbles!! Rose Jam bubblebar is one of my all time favourites, it just has one of those really relaxing scents! I wasn't too much of a fan of the rub rub rub scrub although I know so many people who love it! So will be interesting to hear whether you like it! xx


  2. 5th October 2016 / 9:17 pm

    Everything is so nice isn't it?! Oh yeah totally, ah does it really? Now I'm really excited haha! It's such a nice scent isn't it? Ah are you not?! Thank you for reading!xx

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