Lush – review+routine

Hello! I decided to do something different! I just wanted to show you some of the products I got from Lush and what my take is on some of the products.

I’ve been obsessed with Lush, and personally, I think it has to do with the fact that I’ve been interested in ethical skin care. Now, this isn’t a routine that I do all the time, but it is a simple plan ole routine that I do when I want to relax. It is literally 3 steps and nothing afterward! So I hope you enjoy this post! I can’t wait to go to Lush again to stock up on my bath bombs.

When I went to lush I got four things:

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The first two products are bath oils, the next is a gelly mask, and lastly a bath bomb. I’ve tried other bath bombs before so this time I decided to try a bath oil. It’s the cold season so my skin does need a little boost in moisturization and softness. I decided to pick the You’ve Been Mangoed, partly because I love the scent of mango and lemongrass. But first, before we draw a bath, I need to wash my face to apply my 1000 Millihelens mask! A mask to help fight breakouts and even out skin tone. Since it is the time of the month, sporadic acne has popped out on my cheeks and forehead.

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Next, draw the hot bath and prepare your bath oil! I expected the mango one to have more of a burst of color, however, it was sort of calm during the drop in the bath. It still smelled and felt good and I think that matters. However, once it fully dissolved it did look like Lime Gatorade!

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Overall the bath was so nice. Please take one if you haven’t, and use a bath oil or bomb while you’re at it! I will definitely try other bath oils and bombs, only this time something with a vibrant color and exoticness. I still haven’t tried the star one, so maybe that might give out a fun color!

Prices-

  • $13.95 1000 Millihelens
  • $4.95 Butter Ball
  • $5.95 You’ve been Mangoed
  • $5.95 Double Vitality

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