Lush Review - Milky Bath and Peeping Santa Bubble Bars

Wednesday, 17 February 2016


As you already know..my flat doesn't have a bath! 

So whilst I was at my parents for Christmas (which seems like forever ago!) I got a couple of Lush Bubble Bar's to try out!

Whenever I go homehome I alwayysss bath!

The first is this Milky Bath


It's shaped like a milk bottle and is a really creamy bubble bar



I broke off half... including the cocoa butter lid (as I wanted the better of the two baths for my first!)



And crumbled it under the tap


The lid made a bit of a mess



But it washed off easily!


These bubbles didn't look exciting...but my skin felt soooo soft afterwards

The ingredients are orange oil, milk and patchouli...which I can't pretend I know the scent of...but it smelled clean and fresh rather than a sweet bubble bar like the Candy Mountain which I review here


The next Bubble Bar I tried was the Peeping Santa - which very appropriately Father Christmas got for me!



How cute is this!



Its quite a stiff one so tricky to break apart without making a massive mess!


I used the bottom half with part of the cocoa and shea butter centre



Crumbling this under the tap made the bath a lot more exciting than the Milky Bath one



The whole bath turned dark red and it smells like strawberry and vanilla 



Quite a sweet smell and the bath was really moisturising



But once I'd got out the bath and all the bubbles were gone it did look a little ominous!





Maybe I'll try one of their bright blue ones next!

Let me know if you recommend any!

2 comments :

  1. I do the exact same thing! I have no bath at uni and I am a bath lover! I always bulk buy before going home over Christmas or other holidays just so I can use them. I've heard mixed reviews about Milky bath but weirdly I am one of those people who isn't too bothered whether it's brightly coloured or not but more how my skin feels after so this sounds perfect for me! I also loved Peeping Santa this Christmas but I was a little disappointed in the bubbles too! Definitely give Floating Island, Marshmallow Moments and Rose Jam a try, they are my all-time favourites :) xx

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    1. Oo marshmallow moments sounds right up my street I'll check it out!!

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