I once read in an article that shopping is a form of comfort. It provides us this comfort and this relaxation that we need once in a while to escape from reality. Shopping definitely has some therapeutic elements to it. After all, thats why they call it retail therapy, right? Something about Lush... From that moment you walk into it until the moment you walk out gives me this excitement. I hardly ever walk by Lush without going in for a cheeky little peak at all the glorious bath bombs they have.
I have seen so many blogs and videos of people in the UK who have already got their hands on the limited edition Halloween and Christmas Lush products. Sadly, the Christmas Lush products aren't coming into stores until next week (which I will have to pop back in Lush again :/).
Anyways, I didn't want to go fully crazy buying every single product in the store just yet (I'm waiting for the Christmas products) so I just bought a few things.
Firstly, I am just obsessed with their bubble bars and bath bombs. I got three today from their Halloween collection.
From left to right.
Lord of Misrule , Sparkly Pumpkin, Wizard
I think out of all, I am excited for the Sparkly Pumpkin. I mean, just look at it. It's covered in gorgeous glitter and not to mention, is in a pumpkin shape.
After looking at their bath bombs, I came across the Charity Pot. I thought it was really awesome how each pot of this lotion had a different charity on it. The smell of this is not particularly nice nor bad but the way it made my hand feel when I put it on just sold me.
The last thing I picked up was this D'Fluff shaving cream. I have heard about this product from different people. It is a shaving cream like no other. It turns into a milky type form and you just shave. The great thing about this is that you don't need a body wash after you shave as this acts as a two in one. The smell is a hint of strawberries and c'mon, who doesn't love the smell of strawberries?