When doing my Lush order, the Unicorn Horn was top of my list as this multicoloured choice is the perfect pick me up at this time of year if you're like me and you're mourning the loss of Lush's christmas range. The Unicorn Horn this year is miles better than it ever has been, both in vibrancy and scent. With added neroli and lavender oil, it's no wonder that this is one of my top Winter bath must haves.
Prince Charming was the item that's exceeded my expectations the most; not only does this shower cream nourish the skin whilst you bathe, it also smells like a turkish delight marshmallow hybrid, leaving a delicious scent all over the body.
I wasn't too sure about the Love Bug Bubble Bar when I first set eyes on it and I've got to admit that I got it purely because it reminds me of Beverly Goldberg from The Goldbergs. The invigorating peppermint oil is definitely apparent from the first sniff, but afterwards the geranium oil definitely comes through, making this bubble bar smell slightly sweet.
I was expecting the Cupid Bow's to smell floral due to the added violet leaf and rose petal scents, but I actually think it smells slightly fruity, smelling a bit like my favourite Summer green smoothie. It turns the water foamy and has a dreamy pink hue to it, perfect for a Valentine's Day treat.
Rose Bombshell was one of my favourites from last year, so as soon as I spotted it on the Lush site I knew I had to add at least one or two to my order. I always gravitate towards rose scents as they are perfectly relaxing, yet uplifting mood boasters and this bath bomb in particular leaves a delicate scent on the skin.
Have you tried out the Lush Valentine's Collection?
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