The Lush Halloween collection - one of my most anticipated releases of the season. With Autumn upon us, now is the perfect time to take time out for yourself by sinking into an abundance of bubbles or soaking in a colourful tub. If you want to see what's on offer in their 2020 range and what I personally think of it, then read on...
After loving Punkin Pumpkin last year as soon as I saw it, I had to add it to my basket. Although I know that a few people have been disappointed that this wasn't spicier, the exterior and subtle cinnamon scent is epitome of Halloween to me. It creates that 'fizz' in the bath that makes it feel soft and delicate to bathe in.
There's a few items missing from the range that I was looking forward to picking up after loving them in previous years but I'm glad to see that the Bewitched Bubble Bar is back! It's pretty similar to the The Comforter as it's got a blackberry scent, but as it turns the water black and sparkly, I feel like it's super fitting for the spookiest time of the year.
Monster's Ball is another old favourite of mine and I would describe this as the 'classic bath bomb'. It's super fizzy and has lots of colours coming out of it. Although I haven't used it yet this year as I was too excited to use the others, I'll definitely be having this on a special occasion!
One of the most unique items I chose was the Boo! Shower Slime which pretty much does what it says on the tin. It's got an amazing warming and comforting scent to it as leaves the skin feeling clean and yet hydrated at the same time. The slime element is super interesting and a lot different to anything I've tried from Lush before. You do end up playing with it longer than you do using it to wash yourself.
The Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble wasn't in the official Halloween range, but as it glows in the dark (yes you read that right!) and gives me Harry Potter vibes, I thought I'd add it to my basket anyway. If you struggle with dehydrated skin, the cocoa butter makes it moisturising and leaves the skin feeling soft after soaking. It creates a pile of bubbles when you run it under the tap and it can be re-used multiple times.
I personally love citrus scents and would happily use them all year round, but I would have liked something a little different when it came to Bat Art. It's still goes a beautiful deep purple in the bath, but I would have liked if it was a little more herbal in notes.
What did you think of the Lush Halloween Collection this year?