Its official, we’ve arrived at the most exciting time of the year. Halloween’s midnight hour is close at hand, and with that in mind it will soon be the lead up to Christmas!
Each year Lush releases a brand new range for both Halloween and Christmas, and every year they pull it out the bag.
This year I was invited to LUSH’s blogger event, where they showcased their new products to us. So, I thought share with you some of my favourites from both the new ranges. Without further ado, lets get stuck in!
There are so many ghoulish products in this year’s Halloween range. Wither your going out or opting for a cosy evening this Halloween, you should definitely pick yourself up a spooky treat to get you in the festive mood!
The Monster ball has made a return this year, and I’m pretty happs about it. Not only is it super adorable (It kind of gives me monsters inc vibes) It’s packed full of lime, neroli oil and Olibanum oil, which helps you to unwind and relax. It also creates a gorgeous rich purple colour, which is perfect for a spooky bath on Hallow’s eve.
This has to be my all time favourite Halloween bath bomb, from Lush.
It’s both sweet and spicy, with notes of comforting vanilla and spicy cinnamon. Not to mention it gives off a rich, biscuit fragrance, which is super homely. This bath bomb turns your bath water a bright orange colour, which is ridiculously Autumnal.
Lush have recently launched their Jelly bomb range, which I have to admit, I wasn’t sold by… until the demonstration.
The Jelly bombs work the same as a traditional bath bomb, however these bombs create a thicker, jelly substance in the water that is super hydrating, and ideal for softening the skin. This particular Jelly bomb is made from brown seaweed, uplifting tangerine, tangy grapefruit and hints of cubeba oils.
Along with various other bath bombs, bubble bars, soaps and lip tints, Lush have also released ghoulish shower gels, including the Lord of Misrule.
Now onto my Christmas faves.
LUSH have created such a great variety this year. We are super spoilt for choice, with an abundance of bubble bars, shower gels, soaps, shower creams and beautiful gift sets!
They have brought back some of the previous years favourites, including The magic of Christmas bubble bar, Snow fairy (in various new forms) Shoot for the stars bath bomb, and the classic butterbear.
Shoot for the stars is definitely up there with my all time favourite bath bombs. It’s a product I don’t think I’ll ever grow tired of.
Not only does this bath bomb turn your bath water into the dreamiest midnight sky blue, which looks so damn majestic and magical. It also creates pools of glitter, releases little gold stars that smell of toffee, AND it has soft orange and bergamot scents. DREAMY.
Is this not the cutest bath bomb you’ve ever seen? This cutie has had a bit of a makeover for it’s return this year, with new extra details, including his adorable scarf.
If you like simple, no fuss bath bombs, this is definitely one for you. The Butterbear is enriched with cocoa butter, and is filled with fragrant cocoa powder and calming ylang ylang for a super comforting, relaxing bath.
I actually can’t handle how cute these little guys are.
This bubble bar has silky cocoa and Fair Trade shea butters keep your skin smooth and moisturised. The soya milk powder softens the water, leaving it super silky and luxurious.
I got this bubble bar last year, and really enjoyed using it. It has a super festive, Christmassy scent of spicy cinnamon and almond, and has a punchy cinnamon leaf and Fair Trade Organic clove that helps to stimulate the skin, and boost circulation. The colour this bubble bar creates is undeniably not as aesthetically pleasing as some of LUSH’s other products, but the scent definitely makes up for this.
Place this spicy bubble wand under running water and get ready to slip into a blanket of hot, almond bubbles.
So there you have it, a sneak peek of my favourite products from the new Halloween and Christmas ranges from LUSH.
All the products mentioned are available to buy instore and online.
I hope you enjoyed this post!