Good morning friends, 2 hauls in one day?!?
I absolutely love Lush, and all that they stand for.
This week I treated myself to a few products that I haven’t used before.
Jumping Juniper Shampoo bar £8
I love this shampoo bar!
My hair is left feeling clean, and the scent is lovely, but not too over powering. £8 for a small bar may seem expensive, but I’m thrilled with the results and its helped me to only use what I need to, instead of squeezing out excessive amounts of product.
Pop bubble bar – £4.95
The design of this bar caught my eye, I enjoy reading comic books, and this one looked like it was made for me.
Ive broken a little bit off at a time for a bath, as little goes a long way.
Toner Tabs – £2 each
‘Drop toner tabs into bowl or filled sink of hot water. Lean over fizzing tab, and let the rising steam opening and cleanse your pores.
Allow the oils to absorb into your skin. After use, the water can be put into a spray bottle and used as a toner. Helps to calm the skin ans reduce redness’
My skins had a terrible breakout recently, I blame the hot weather and working around food and grease, so I’m trying to wear minimal make up, and use minimal products on my skin for the next couple of days.
These tablets are brilliant, they’ve been soothing and refreshing on my skin. Using the tablets as a toner after is incredible, one spritz is all you need.
Wiccy magic muscles massage bar aerated – £7
I am obsessed with this massage bar.
I love giving massages, and this bar has worked wonders. Whether it’s a foot and leg massage, or working out knots in someone’s back, this bar is a dream.
This solid bar has 2 sides, one soft side used to rub over the body, and the knobbly side over any knots,to help loosen them.
It glides effortlessly over the skin, and leaves a perfect amount on yours and their skin to massage, without having to reapply, as you would with other lotions and oils.
I’m keen to try the solid conditioner bar, and will be sure to pick up a few more massage bars and toner tabs but in different varieties.
Have you used any of these products and are there any you would recommend?