Monday, 14 September 2015

Lush Oxford street | Haul

Hello lovelies

Here are all the products that I got from the Oxford street lush. It cost £66.85 which I know is a lot but lush is like a drug for me so I think its better I'm addicted to these than anything else. Also I purchased these with my own money, I didn't get them for free before any asks. I would have liked to (Wouldn't we all) but I'm really happy I got these products. With each picture I will write what is on the label lush put on the bag. I will write it as best I can but some of the text faded on the labels so just assume I'm close to what its supposed to say. Oh, one last thing. I will link all the products to the lush website if they are available on there. Click on the image and it might take you to the lush store, if there's no link then sadly you can't get it online yet. At then end of the haul I'll put some pictures of the store and talk about my experience.



Cup o'coffee | £6.50 150g
Lets have another cup o; coffee! Wake your skin up with this exfoliating mask, leaving it smooth and soft.




Guardian of the forest | £3.35
When this grounding, mossy bomb hits your bath will be transferred into a mystical oak moss and cypress forest lagoon, packed full of rosewood oil from out Peruvian rain forest concession.


Golden slumber | £3.35
A sleeping potion in your bath, the calming essential oils will calm restless minds and send you on your way to heavenly sleep.


Melting marshmallow moment | £2 each.

It’s so fluffy! For dusky peach waters so sweet you’re going to sigh, let this candyfloss scented almond oil and marshmallow powder go in the bath.This product is a bath oil.



Lang song | £3.35

This Tunisia neroli and Peruvian rosewood bomb erupts into a sensual world of tumbling peony and everlasting flower petals. A perfectly behaved companion you take into the bath with you.



Big bang | £3.75
Start your night with a bang, not a whimper, and treat yourself to a colourful bubble bath filled with  softening ??????? zesty grapefruit oil, and refreshing lemon myrtle oil. Simply crumble under running water ?????????you fancy a super bubble bath or saving some for next time if you want to prolong the treat.



Big blue | £3.35

Run yourself the perfect temperature bath, get in, then taken a moment to let go of the world outside your bathroom, before launching your ballistic into the water and watch it fizz away.



The experimenter | | £3.95
There was no label for this one so I can't even make it up. Sorry.



Little dragon | £5.95

When weariness threatens to drag on, put a little fire in your belly with awakening bubble bar. Filled with zingy spices to make you heart sings and warms you through too.


Frozen | £3.95
Do you want to have a bath bomb? Do you want to splash and play? Take this magical blend of uplifting grapefruit and Tunisian neroli into the bath with you to thaw the iciest of moods.



Yoga bomb | £3.95
If you long for calm and contemplation, drop this layered bomb into the bath. As the mesmerising colours unfurl, woody olibanum and ho wood create an atmosphere of deep relaxation.


Cyanide pill | £3.50

Caution! Drop this into the bath if you’re prepared to detonate the scents of intoxicating Majorcan almonds and rosewood from out Peruvian rain forest concession. Watch as a volatile stick of mercury silver breaks loose.


Intergalactic | £3.95
Ground control to major bomb. Prepare fro takeoff as this awesome mix of peppermint and popping candy explodes in your bath, creating the scent of an intergalactic 80's rogue. Launch into the water to become the guardian of your own galaxy.



Furze bath| £2 each

It might look prickly, but its blooming’ lovely in the bath with an aramanth flower on top. Drop it in the bath and take a trip to English meadows scented with gorse bushes. This product is a bath oil.


Cherry blossom | £5.95
Pop your bath time cherry with this decadently sweet reusable bar. Fill your bath to the brim with bubbles by holding this willow stick bar under the tap, and then soak under a bubble cloud of intoxicating majorcan almonds. There's another one for another day too.



Oxford street Lush |
I really enjoyed my trip the the oxford street lush. The fries thing I noticed when I went in is that every member of staff was really friendly but they didn't just cling to you the minute you walked in. In some lush stores I go to they're always really friendly but don't give you a chance to look yourself and they do pressure you into buying some products. They were all really friendly and they were making if I was okay but not in a "I want to see you everything" way.

I was just so overwhelmed with the layout. Its so pretty and its just so relaxed in there. Everything is set out so beautify and the staff are really well informed. I was speaking to this girl called Rebeca who works there, and she said how they wasn't as much upstairs as they had sectioned on part off to set something up and she said it was a big secret for Christmas. This filled me with so much joy as you all know how much I love Christmas.

I was talking to another women about eh face masks, i explained how I wanted to try the coffee face mask but the cupcake one made my face feel like it was burning. She was really helpful and offered to do a test of my hand to see if my skin would be okay with it. Luckily it was and I was really impressed with the smell so I had to get myself a pot.

As you know I spent a little to much in there but when I got to the till they were so chatty and were chatting to me about the products I got. The two who served me were Rebecca and I can't remember the name of the man working with her on the till, but if anyone who works at lush is reading this, I made my purchase at13.24 on the 2nd September. They were both amazing and I want to thank them for all they're help. They really made the experience enjoyable for me.












Lots of love,
Chloe xxx