Awesome products from Lush!

I was recently sent a couple Lush products to sample, and I was so excited! I went to college in Vancouver, BC – and that’s the only time I’ve been to a Lush store. I could hang out all day in that shop! Love the smells! These products below are so great, you’re gonna die! They smell so amazing, and so fragrant. I could smell them on my skin all day. LOVE THEM! I know you will too!

The Comforter $8.75

This pink and white swirly bar resembles a rolled up scarf, ready to wrap you in warmth and comfort. The fruity blackcurrant fragrance comes from cassis absolute; we love this delicious scent so much we put it in You Snap the Whip (our scrubby Body Butter), Sweetie Pie shower jelly and of course the Comforter solid perfume. Inhale it and it feels like you’re getting a big, yummy hug. This one is big enough to be broken in half for two baths


Natural Therapy Massage Bar $8.75

If you’ve never tried our massage bars before, we recommend you start with this one. It’s completely organic, from the shea and cocoa butter that warm up with the heat of massage and melt into your skin (to make for a smooth, moisturizing but not slippery massage) to the lavender, sweet orange and neroli oils meant to relax and uplift you. We recommend this one for rubbing onto pregnant bellies to soothe and moisturize. Try it out; you’ll never go back to those slippery massage oils again.

Up You Gets $3.95

If work forces you to wake up at uncivilized hours and you’re stumbling to the basin with your eyes closed, Up you Gets is exactly what you need. Lime, grapefruit and lemon slap your brain awake and uplift your spirits to make mornings more bearable (dare we say – enjoyable!?). Toss one of these into the shower and before you know it, your eyes will open wide and you’ll be showing up to work feeling bright and cheerful.


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