Three Products – Baths with LUSH and Sanctuary Spa

Heart Throb Bubble Bar, €4.50. Space Girl Bath Bomb, £2.35 (I’ll add the euro price when I get it). Sanctuary Spa Relax Unwind Luxury Bath Soak, €13.95. Personal gifts included, but no press samples.

Bath Products

There are few things as relaxing as a good long soak in a bath. I’m prone to bouts of insomnia and while a bath isn’t guaranteed to send me to sleep, it does go a long way to helping me unwind and settle down for the night.

My problem with a lot of the relaxing bath products is that they are lavender based and lavender and I don’t get along. Instead of unwinding, I end up with a headache if the scent is too strong.

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Dry lip saviours

LUSH Santa's Lip Scrub and Blistex Intensive Moisturiser

I think most people suffer with dry lips at some point throughout the winter months and the recent storms, here in Ireland, have probably made any dry skin issues worse.

My lips can become dry and cracked at any time, it comes with the dry/sensitive skin territory. As a result of this looking after my lips has become a regular step in my skincare routine.

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Review: LUSH Grease Lightning Spot Treatment

I’ve been struggling with skin issues for the past few months. Some of these issues are new to me (hello, persistent spots) while others are the recurrence of issues I’ve had before. Luckily, I’ve found some products that have helped get my skin back on an even keel and I’m going to review them over the next three blog posts.

LUSH Grease Lightning Spot Treatment

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Review: LUSH Buffy Body Butter

It’s been a while since I’ve used Lush’s Buffy Body Butter, but I couldn’t resist buying a bar during my trip to Lush after last Saturday’s Blogger/Vlogger Meet Up.
 
Packed full of ground rice, ground almonds and ground aduki beans this is a wonder product for dry skin and buffing away any bumpy bits, including the dreaded Keratosis Pilaris.
 
So far so exfoliating, right? But what makes Buffy such great product in my opinion is that it’s also made with cocoa butter and shea butter so it’s extremely moisturising too.

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Review: LUSH Colour Supplement in Light Pink

WHAT LUSH HAVE TO SAY:
 
‘The lightest of our four colour supplements, the light pink shade is designed for the classic ‘English rose’ complexion. If you have freckles, pink cheeks or pale features you’ll love the way it evens out your skin tone, leaving a flawless finish.
 

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Review: LUSH Catastrophe Cosmetic Facemask

As has already been established I’m a massive Lush fan and am always on the hunt for a bargain, so the Lush policy of receiving a free face mask of your choice when you return five empty and clean black pots is right up my street.

On a recent shopping trip I popped into the Henry St. store to pick up my freebie and here’s the one I chose:

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