It’s what we’ve been waiting for! Well, I don’t know about you, but I always look forward to what Lush has in store for their Valentine’s Day collection and this year is just as sweet as every other year. I am a little sad that I didn’t get one of the new releases (the Blow Me a Kiss Bubble Blower) as it was sold out when I went to my local Lush store to pick one up, but if you do happen to get one, it looks like a lot of fun!
Heart Beat Bath Bomb
Tisty Tosty Bath Bomb*
This is the classic Valentine’s Day scent with its romantic blend of rose, jasmine and of course actual rose petals. It smells so soft and I remember as a kid buying this one for my mom for Valentine’s as well! I think it was called “The Rose Bath Bomb”, but I remembered picking it up a few times because I knew my mom loved the scent of roses. I never really saw her take a bath, but I guess she kept it somewhere special!
Love Boat Bath Bomb*
The Love Boat has been brought back and it’s one of my favourites! The psychedelic colours, citrus scent PLUS the bonus red hearts on the underside make this one a fun one for anyone! It also floats on water and moves as it fizzes away!
Watermelon Sugar Lip Scrub*
I cannot stand the song “Watermelon Sugar”, but this lip scrub I like! It’s more a candy watermelon scent and very sweet, but as a lip scrub that works for me! I tend to collect all of the Lush lip scrubs because I like having different scents to choose from and for some reason now with face mask wearing, my lips are always kinda “peely” by midday so I have been exfoliating my lips quite a bit!
Love Me Do Bath Bomb*
I was about to unwrap this until I realized that the muslin cloth was all part of the package! This bath bomb is a blend of blend of lavender, orange, rose and ylang ylang so pretty heady in terms of scent profile. In keeping with Lush’s no-packaging mandate (or as little as possible), once the bath bomb is all used up, the cloth, the raffia and the heart-shaped tag can all be put in the compost!
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