Big Lush Haul

March 24, 2014


If there is something I have never been obsessed at all that was bath time. Well, when I was younger I used to have a bath every time I needed to clean myself, but growing up
I found having a shower was so much simpler and quicker than the other one. First reason: time. Yes guys, this is one of my worst problems. The most you become a woman the most you spend your spare time doing other things (like doing homework, painting your nails, surfing the internet, going shopping or going out with friends). Actually, I don't have much time to take care of my nails, in fact I often put the nail polish on at school. Sounds weird *and hope my teachers won't read it aha*, but that's the truth. Going to volley coaching twice a week, taking English courses on Friday and studying every day, I don't have enough free time. 
However, I decided to change this habit (oh, Sara this challenge is definitely involving you!). So, I went to Lush last week and I did a little, little, inoffensive shopping of 45€ (about 62$ or 37£). Anyway girls, don't panic, this figures are due to the number of things I bought: this shop is actually affordable. 
If you don't need anything specific I advice you to pick up one of the boxes, which are already done and definitely cheaper

As I was looking for something special I got some single items and one of their boxes ...
First of all I picked up this crazy Bath Bomb called Tisty Tosty. The label says:

Tisty Tosty
'A beautiful-looking, delicately-scented bath bomb for when you’re in the mood for romance.

Our version of a love spell - Tisty Tosty is based on a mediaeval love potion. This simple heart-shaped bomb is filled with ingredients traditionally associated with love: it’s studded with seven real rosebuds, and is scented with a captivating combination of floral orris root powder, rose, and lemon.' 
I just thought this was too lovely and I couldn't leave it there. It costs 5,35€ (3,25£ or 7$) .

Then, I took AquaMirabilis which is a Body Butter
Aqua Mirabilis
'A skin-quenching in-shower body bar with a delicately nutty scent.

You'll be nutty about this body bar after you see it scrub and polish your skin to a shine. Tiny granules of ground almond shells buff away dead skin cells, while cocoa butter and almond butter give you a dewy and bright glow.'
I just needed a scrub to smooth my skin after winter season, topic that I faced HERE. I tried it and decided this was absolutely necessary.

My third choice was a Dragon's Egg, which seems a normal Bath Bomb, but the guy who showed me this, explained that it changed colour. I HAD to buy it. 

Dragon's egg

'A spectacular bath bomb that’s a treat for all the senses as it fizzes and dissolves in the water.

The ultimate lift: Dragon’s Egg makes bathtime exciting again as it fizzes and crackles and changes the colour of your water to a gorgeous citrusy gold. Its scent is reminiscent of lemon sherbet, with a hint of jasmine, leaving you feeling great and ready for a good day.'

It is again 5,35€ (3,25£ or7$), but I think this worth it.

In the end I purchased a Rosie box which is categorized as a gift. Anyway I put it in my basket because I thought it was super nice. Well, it is about 23€ (15,95£ or 33$) and it contains an hydrating body conditioner, a bubble bar, a bath bomb and a bubbleroon. Actually, instead of the Rose Queen one, they gave me the Rocking Rose one, which I think they don't sell in the UK.
Rocking Rose

Rose Jam
Ro's Argan Body Conditioner
Here is the description: 
'Say it with flowers with this rose-themed gift set for the one you love.

Rose absolutes, oils and petals freshly picked from Bulgaria and Turkey go into this ultimate rose collection. We've brought together four romantic rose treats: for blissful bathing, start with an Amandopondo bubble bar, Rose Queen bath bomb or Rose Jam bubbleroon, and finish with our ever-popular Ro's Argan Body Conditioner for skin that feels as though it's been kissed by a rose.'
 And it's amazing.
Well, that's all for my Lush haul guys, and it's very much.
Hope you liked it!


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