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Lush Cosmetics Recent Buys

Every now and then I like to splurge on products that will add that extra something to my morning/evening routine…

For me, Lush is the only place I really feel like going when I want to find something different and out of the ordinary, so I decided to go and treat myself to some new products as my bathroom cupboard has seen better days and is looking awfully bare after Christmas.

Usually, January is the month I take time to reflect on the past year but also really pamper myself and get ready for the busy months ahead, so of course a revamp of your skin-care and bath products is totally acceptable…

Lets take a look at the products…

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Lush Bath Oils

Floating Island

I’ve actually tried this one before and it’s easily one of my favourite bath oils. It makes my skin feel unbelievably smooth! The main properties are shea butter, vanilla, sandalwood & lemon. Would highly recommend if you like vanilla-ry scents.

Flowers Barrow

I chose this as I was immediately drawn to the geranium scent. It’s a fresh and floral bath oil that contains 3 of my favourite essential oils… Geranium, rose absolute & roman chamomile. I imagine I’ll feel super clean and revived after using this!


Now this I purely picked for aesthetic reasons. I couldn’t resist the purple flowers on top! Furze is rolled in elderflowers and contains neroli oil, Amaranth flowers & shea butter making it super soft yet super fresh.

Rosy Cheeks

How can you go to Lush and not pick up a face mask! Especially one that smells of roses. This is apparently very delicate and calming for the skin which is just what I need as my skin is super sensitive.


‘Rich, silky and buttery, like hot chocolate on winter days’ย need I say more? It contains dark chocolate, honey, shea butter & almond oil. This will be super nourishing and exfoliating for the lips and perfect for those dry days in winter.

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Needles and Pines

I’ve never been drawn to the shower jellies as I wasn’t sure how to use them but a friend recently recommended it to me and I have to thank her a looot. It smells mostly like pine needles and Cedarwood oil but also contains grapefruit and carrageenan extract. I was also told to keep this in the fridge or freezer and use it on your skin cold to stimulate circulation!

Tisty Tostyย 

My all time favourite bath bomb! This one makes me feel so fresh every time I use it. It contains Rose absolute, jasmine oil & Geranium. I find anything with geranium or rose super uplifting so when I’m having an unmotivated morning, I use a Tisty Tosty bath bomb to brighten my mood.

Sea Salted Caramel Soap

It’s a caramel-scented, vanilla and agave syrup soap, set with a sea salt crust. I must say this was the most tempting to eat. It smells like a rich, caramel covered pudding and I absolutely love it! Even just keeping it in my bathroom unused makes the room smell amazing.


So thats everything guys! I hope you enjoyed this mini Lush haul. Let me know if you’ve found anything new and interesting at Lush recently and also tell me what your all time favourite product is! I’d love to hear from you as always xx



  1. I love Lush bath bombs so much! Since we don’t have Lush in Turkey, everytime I go abroad I buy a bath bomb and enjoy it in my hotel room bath ๐Ÿ˜€ But I didn’t know about bath oils and lipbalm, so looks like I should plan another trip to Europe haha ๐Ÿ˜€ thanks for sharing xx ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. ThatGirlYT says

    This post is making me want to go to Lush, haha. I really want to try the Whipstick lip balm, as my lips have been feeling very dry lately… And, I mean, who wouldn’t want a lip balm that contains chocolate!?


    • natashabonny says

      It’s amazing! It’s been such a saviour over this last week as it’s gotten so cold and my lips would’ve been so dry otherwise.
      Exactly, I don’t think I’d buy it in any other scent ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. All of these look fantastic!! I have tried so many things from Lush, but have not tried any of these!!! I will definitely check them out next time I’m there!!


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