LUSH Oxford Street Haul

Last week, I finally visited the recently opened LUSH in Oxford Street. I've been meaning to pop in for ages- being a LUSH fan, the idea of a store with 3 floors and a heap of exclusives made me very excited. 
I wasn't there for too long but did manage to pick up a few bits- some old faves, and some exclusives.  Also, I was so sad to find out that the Space Girl Bath Bomb has been discontinued! My little sister has been a big fan of it for years. 

Frozen Bath Bomb 
As a Frozen lover, I felt compelled to pick this one up! It has a floral scent to it (I love the Neroli), and includes pieces of fine glitter. I'm yet to give it a go, but I think I'll end up giving it to my little sister! 
Pink Flamingo 
This is a re-useable Bubble Bar which includes Shea and Cocoa Butter, so it makes the skin feel very soft and moisturised after using it. The stick is also very handy to keep control of the bubble bar. I always say to myself before I use a new LUSH bath product that I'll only use half of it, but I end up leaving it in the water oops! 
Honey Bee 
As soon as I gave the Honey Bee Bath Bomb a sniff in store, I not only purchased one- but two- of them. It just smells so divine with a citrus-y honey scent that's gentle and not too strong. It also contains Aloe Vera in order to calm and soothe the skin.  It also strangely reminds me of a tennis ball haha. 
The Comforter 
My sister introduced me to this a couple of years ago, and I've found that it's probably the most economically friendly bath bomb I've come across from LUSH. It's very soft and crumbly in texture so you can break pieces off and pop them in the bath. It lasts for ages and you can probably have about 10 baths with it as the scent and colour of it is quite powerful. 
Rub Rub Rub 
I have Keratosis Pilaris (little red inflamed bumps) on my arms, and Rub Rub Rub has been a saviour of mine for years. Admittedly, I stopped using it around a year ago as I began experimenting with other scrubs and moisturisers but now I'm glad I went back to it. Rub Rub Rub is a hybrid of a shower gel and scrub so it cleanses the skin, moisturises it, and gets rid of any dead skin cells. This is great for those with Keratosis Pilaris as it removes the plugs from the hair follicles on the skin. 

Have you recently picked up some bits from LUSH? What are your fave products? 


  1. Anonymous21:49

    The Lush on Oxford St is incredible! Initially I'd only meant to pop in, and then ended up spending a heap of money and came out with a massive bag of goodies haha :L xx

  2. I really need to get to lush! I want to try that scrub!!

  3. Ooh you bought some good bits! Loving the idea of the Frozen bath bomb x


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