ClearlyFabulous


Lush Love
11/28/2009, 11:42 PM
Filed under: Product Reviews, Uncategorized

It all started back in 2004.  I was on  vacation with my best friend in Toronto.  We were shopping and ran across a store selling bath and body products.  It was called LUSH

And it was no Bath & Body Works.  The products are all-natural, non-animal tested and many are even vegan.  While I started with a single focus on the famous bath bombs, but my favorites have quickly evolved… and there are many products I’ve never even tried.  I will warn you it’s a bit pricey though worth every penny.

Here are some top picks:

1.  Sympathy for the Skin body lotion – OMG, it makes your skin soft beyond description and is perfect for winter (sh%t – I use it in summer too)

2.  Butterball bath bomb – like a moisturizing drink for your bath (I’ve been told you can break it up and use each one for multiple baths but I keep it luxurious and drop in the WHOLE thing)

3.  Dream Cream body lotion – great for sensitive and dry skin, so thick and rich!

4. Nutts massage bar – rub this coca butter bar all over your body for amazing moisture

5. Lemony Flutter cuticle butter – not only good for dry and rough cuticles, this stuff is also great for keeping feet soft

6. Aqua Marina facial wash – seaweed and soothing ingredients make this facial wash very effective albeit a bit tricky to use when you are accustomed to liquid

7.  Karma fragrance – this citrus and patchouli-tinged fragrance is like a refined hippie chick would wear and I want it!!!!!!!!!!!

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