Erin’s Pick #2

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I first got hooked on Lush went I went to school in Canada, it’s like a grown up girl’s candy shop. All their products are handmade and free of the chemicals you find in a lot of regular bathing items. Anything from Lush would make a luxurious gift for a friend, I love that they come gift wrapped and ready to give!

LUSH Best Wishes

Send your fragrant best
Bathing has never been so blissful than with this amusing trio of vanilla, spice and almond-fragranced holiday treats that will leave her moisturized, soft and inspired.

The Best Wishes set contains:

Mr. Butterball

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A vanilla sweet tonic for over-dry holiday skin
This charming snowman smells just like our sweet, soothing Butterball bath bomb as he melts pieces of cocoa butter into the bathwater to moisturize and soften your whole body. A classic way to get children into the bath when they’ve been watching too many cartoons, eaten too much chocolate and are all too excited about the holidays. (Same goes for adults.)

Christmas Kisses

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Spicy lime and orange bubbles kiss you clean
A Christmas Kisses bath gives you spicy lime and orange-scented bubbles and a layer of froth keeps the water feeling nice and warm so there’s no need to waste energy topping up with hot water. Keep a warming, soothing Christmas Kisses ready for when you’ve been out in the cold shovelling snowdrifts or doing last-minute shopping.

Snowcake

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Creamy almond icing dessert for the body
Snowcake, possibly our smoothest, creamiest soap, makes its annual trip home for the holidays. Why don’t we keep it all year round? Well, it wouldn’t be quite so special now, would it? This way, you will never be bored with Snowcake’s rose-tinged, almond-icing-scented lovely lather all over your body.

$19.95 BUY IT HERE.


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