Thursday 24 October 2013

LUSH Halloween Products Review

I'm very lucky to live in a town where we have a LUSH store, I could spend hours in my nearest store checking out their products and fighting hard to resist the urge to spend all my wages on their wonderful products. LUSH very kindly sent me the three following products for review, but sadly they was crushed and crumbled in the post! It effected their looks but I was able to save as much as I could.

''A Bewitching Collection of Pampering Treats for Halloween 2013 … and Not a Trick in Sight!''

Pumkin Bubble Bar - £2.75.
This bubble bar is a reincarnation of our Mother’s Day Mumkin! Only this time around he’s a little pumpkin – well what else would we create for Halloween? Crumble under a running tap to turn your bath water a vivid, rusty orange colour, creating mounds of sweet scented bubbles. With ylang ylang oil and orange flower absolute to leave you feeling uplifted and refreshed. His dairy free chocolate drop eyes and little liquorice hat complete the macabre look.... but he still can’t help looking cute!
Soot Ball Bath Bomb - £2.50.
Inspired by the ‘soot gremlins’ from Hayao Miyazaki’s film Spirited Away, this spooky little guy won’t turn your bath water black, but instead fill it with a radiant golden lustre to make you feel as though you’re bathing in luxurious liquid gold. The olibanum (frankincense) is known for its calming and grounding effect on the mind, whilst the burnt caramel scent of tonka absolute and earthy sandalwood oil together create a sweet, spicy fragrance that wafts through the steam.

Lord Of Misrule Bath Bomb £3.30.
This strange and magnificent bath treat, named after the ruler of the Pagan Feast of Fools, features a fragrance created by Gorilla Perfumer Simon Constantine. This bomb will slowly dissolve to reveal a wine coloured centre, with the added sweetness of the world’s first fair trade 
vanilla absolute. This is offset by the earthy scents of black pepper and patchouli oil. Arriving for Halloween 2013, the Lord of Misrule will be gracing us with his presence until the first signs of spring 2014!

My Verdict
Although the products was a little damaged because they was sent to me in the post, I was still able to use the products in my bath, I loved the Lord of Misrule the most, the colour it turned the bath water was beautiful. The soot was quite impressive to watch as I expected my bath water to turn a not so nice colour but it done quite the opposite! Lastly the pumpkin, the most Halloween themed LUSH product from the range, its the cutest, and the one with the nicest scent!

Available from LUSH stores nationwide and online from the official LUSH website.


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