So last Wednesday I attended my first ever blogger event at Lush in Luton. The theme was obviously Valentine’s Day given the time of year and I had the best time!
As an advocate of brands who don’t test on animals and a long time lover of Lush products I was completely in my element. The event was after hours so I was able to browse at ease and we were given one-on-one demonstrations of some amazing Valentine’s Day products. Here are some of the highlights.
Love Locket Bath Bomb Demo
The first demo was for the Love Locket Bath Bomb, aptly named for the romantic season.
They showed us how to “pop” the bomb open and to simply place it into a warm bath so that the sweet aroma is released. It smells amazing and the bomb tints the water an alluring pinky colour with teeny tiny confetti hearts swirling through the haze:
I’d be more than happy with this for a special Valentine’s Day soak.
Flower Bath Bomb Demo
If anything can make bath time more exciting it’s the famous flower bath bomb. It smells gorgeous and creates a magical foaming rainbow when you plop it in the bath:
But the night wasn’t all about smooshie Valentine’s Day; I had a god ol’ look at some other products I’ll definitely be buying next pay day. Here are a few that got my attention.
Sold as packets of thirty tabs, you simply put one of these in your mouth, swig some water and brush your teeth as normal. It’s ideal for festivals and they’re available in a variety of flavours as well as whitening options.
Lonely Heart Bubble Bar
OK, so this isn’t technically on my wish list; I already bought it and used it the other night, whoopsie.
I loooove the lonely heart bubble bar so much. It smells yummy (thanks to the lemongrass and ylang ylang) and it made my skin feel so soft. It’s almost a shame that it’s only around for Valentine’s Day. Oh well, at least it will be back next year.
How hard is it to find quality perfume that isn’t tested on animals? The answer is too hard. But once again thanks to Lush you can buy a dreamy scent that matches your ethics. I particularly like Sikkim Girls because it has a bit of a kick to it due to the jasmine, but still has a sweet undertone with the help of the frangipani. I’m definitely making this my new scent.
If you think I’ve missed anything off of my Lush wishlist do let me know in the comments.