If you crossed a beauty store with a bakery, you would get something like Lush, a Canadian company that specializes in fresh, handmade cosmetics. Walking into a store is like falling into a magical beauty land. Shelves overflow with colorful bath bombs, glittery bubble bars, and fragrant soaps. It’s a little slice of beauty heaven.
I was so excited when a Lush store came to my area, but as luck would have it, I moved away soon afterwards. So, whenever I’m near a store, I have to check it out. Last week I found myself outside the tempting storefront, which meant it was time to treat myself. I know there are many great recipes for making similar products at home, but there is something special about going to Lush and splurging on a bubble bar.
The store was packed with happy shoppers as I browsed the shelves brimming with beauty goodness. I finally settled on the Ladybug Bubble Bar, a limited edition bath treat that will disappear after Mother’s Day. Made with geranium and peppermint oils, the bubble bar has a light scent, which for some reason reminded me of scratch and sniff stickers and fruit punch.
I got three baths out of the little ladybug. It’s purple head turned the water a lovely grape shade while the body made the water look like fruit punch. The scent was barely noticeable in the bath, but the bubble bar did produce a nice mountain of bubbles and left my skin feeling soft and moisturized. If you find yourself near Lush, I recommend grabbing a ladybug or two.
Do you have a favorite Lush product?
P.S. Who’s excited for the launch of Julian Fellowes’s BELGRAVIA? I can’t wait to read the first chapter tomorrow!
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