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Monday, April 20, 2015 Lush Loves

So if you've read any of my previous posts, you know I love Lush.  Over the Easter break ( which was like a decade ago, whoops my bad) I decided to treat myself for completing my senior capstone with some new bath goodies! This post is a combination of some holy grail items and some fun new bath bombs.
My first two holy grail, end all be all products are the Tea Tree Water spray and the Mint Julips lip scrub.  I have pretty finicky combination skin so the tea tree water helps clear up all problem areas and keep my skin dry and zit free when I'm having a rough time of it; it also helps get rid of any redness on your skin!  The lip scrub was a life saver this winter and helped keep my lips smooth and soft.  Also you can eat it which is kind of a tasty bonus!
My next favorite is basically royalty... it's called King of Skin and holy shit is it amazing... even though it looks like a blob of oatmeal.  I found out about it through my favorite beauty vlogger/ blogger, Tanya Burr, and decided to buy it on a whim a few months ago and haven't stopped using it since. You put it on your body after you shower and it activates with the heat of your skin and keeps it hydrated all day.
 So if you know me in person, you know I love a good bathbomb... I honestly don't shut up about them. I mean, look how cute this one is!? It's called Sex Bomb and smells like floral magic. I really enjoyed this one because of it's light, delicate sage scent and it even turns your bath water a deep fuchsia ! It's the ultimate princess bath.
My last little Lush treat I have to share with you is the Big Blue bathbomb... It turns your bath water the color of the Mediterranean Sea and fizzes all over the place. This was one of my favorite ones to watch and bathe in! The only downside was the little black remnants it left in the tub afterwards.  It had these thin black stick like things to hold it together and they got everywhere...  I would but it again but that was definitely annoying and something to look out for.  

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