Lush Christmas Haul

26 Nov 2015

A picture of Lush Christmas products

A well over-due haul, I actually picked up these few bits from the recent Lush Nottingham Bloggers Event, and now that I'm finally getting round to using them I thought it was about time they made an appearance on the blog, especially as I can give you a proper review of how each works and whether I think they're worth adding to your pampering box (hint: they absolutely are). 

A picture of Lush Butterbear Bath Bomb

A picture of Lush Yog Nog Bath Bomb

Lush Butterbear Bath Bomb, £1.95
Pretty much my favourite bath bomb from the Christmas Collection each year, but one you can also get year round in it's original version as Butterball Bath Bomb. I just blooming lovely this adorable bear shaped bath bomb that smells delicious and leaves my skin feeling scrumptious. It's Vanilla scented, with a formula packed full of softening Fair Trade Cocoa Butter which has come all the way from the Colombian Peace Community of San Jose de Apartado. Whilst the Cocoa Butter works to soften and pamper skin, adding an almost 'melt' aspect to this bath time beauty, you have sweet floral Ylang Ylang Oil and Cocoa Powder which create a beautiful soothing scent. It's the perfect bath bomb to unwind with, especially during the cold autumn and winter months when our skin needs a bit of extra TLC. If like me you love Butterbear, or the year-round Butterball, then you might be interested in the Butterbear Grin and Butterbear It Gift Tin which I featured in my recent post on Christmas Gift Ideas Under £15.

Lord of Misrule Bath Bomb
One which has unfortunately disappeared for another year but one I (and I am sure many, many other Lush fans) wish was available all year round is Lord of Misrule. One of the regulars you'll spot in the yearly Halloween collections, Lord of Misrule teams a herby blend of Patchouli and Black Pepper Oil to create a warmly scented bath bomb that turns your bath into a magical display. I'm pretty sure the Lord of Misrule Shower Cream which has the same scent is available all year round at the Oxford Street store as well as online, and if that's not enough to give you your Lord of Misrule fix then you can still find this yearly wonder inside a couple of Lush gift sets; Best Wishes, Merry Christmas and WOW. 

Yog Nog Bath Bomb, £3.95
A new one for the 2015 Christmas Collection and one which has been inspired by the hugely popular yearly favourite, Yog Nog Soap. I've already used this one and plan on picking up another before it's gone for good, because boy is it lovely! A huge bath bomb, it has that same delicious scent as the soap with a delicious mix of spicy Clove Bud Oil, softening Soya Milk Powder, heady Ylang Ylang Oil and a great big chunks of moisturising Organic Shea Butter. Can you tell I like my bath bombs to include melting hydrators? This is a must-try for any Lush fans this Christmas, I think it's one of the best new products to be featured in this year's Christmas collection!

Have you picked up any products from the latest seasonal collections? Are any Lush gift sets on your Christmas wish list this year? Let me know, and in the mean time you can pick up these lovelies both in-store and online at