Next Time, Consider Lush

I’m a complete sucker for fancy moisturisers and all things cleansing, and I’ve found myself getting bored of the usual soaps and washes I get on offer in Superdrug and Boots. A few months ago, I read a pretty interesting review about a shampoo from Lush, decided to buy it, and my obsession has grown from there.

Although some of their products are more expensive than other items available in the high street, they are well worth it, and sometimes it doesn’t hurt to spoil yourself!

Here are a few of my favourites!

Big Sea Salt Shampoo – £12.75 for 330g

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This stuff is honestly a gift from the gods! It smells great, it makes your hair feel bouncy and soft, and this is my second big pot of the stuff. There are smaller pots available, but I opt to get the bigger one since my boyfriend loves the stuff and is always stealing it! I only use it a couple of times a week (there are chunks of salt in the tub and I have a fear of my hair drying out) but it really does feel great!

Vanishing Cream – £18.95 for 45g

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Now this moisturiser, I love. It is super duper expensive though, so I dug out an old giftcard from my local shopping centre just to afford it! It glides on to the skin, is light, and feels like a dream. I want to give an honourable shoutout to Full of Grace, a moisturising bar which is a hell of a lot cheaper but feels incredible and also smells ace! I couldn’t photograph it though because I had none left!

Mask of Magnaminty – £6.25 for 125g

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This minty face mask is a dream! It’s a great way to fight breakouts and it smells brilliant. I tend to use it once a week, and my skin always glows afterwards. Also, ignore the messy case, the stuff can get sticky when putting on!

Popcorn lip scrub – £5.20 for 25g

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As someone who picks at their lips when their anxious, this stuff is a tasty life saver! I think it’s actually cheaper in-store (as is everything considering you don’t have to pay for postage!), and works brilliantly for smooth lips.

It’s always fun to try something different – and I recommend turning to Lush if you ever fancy a treat!

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