Lush Haul | Oxford Street Exclusives

Tuesday, 26 May 2015
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As a huge Lush fan and while living in London, I am disappointed in myself that it took me 5 whole days to find out that a Lush store had opened on Oxford Street. I was having a browse in another Lush store, and talking to one of the 'Lushies', she told me the Oxford Street store had opened with 200 new products. I did have to ask her if she was telling the truth as 200 new Lush products is a lot to digest, but she was infact telling the truth. Cancelling all my plans for that day, I headed to Oxford Street in what I can only describe as a beautiful experience. With 3 floor, yes 3 floors of products, I was in paradise.

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I did promise myself that I wouldn't buy too many products, so limited myself to only three, well for this visit at least. I'm going to start off with my favourite product, the 'Cherry Blossom Bubble Bar' (r.r.p £5.95). It has a great authentic design with two cherry blossoms on a willow stick. The scent is the same as the classic Lush scent 'Happy Blooming', which is quite sweet, with a mix of cherries and almonds; nothing too overpowering. The key ingredient is Majorcan almonds which helps to soften and keep the body balanced.

You might recognise the 'Rose Jam Bubbleroon' (r.r.p £3.65) from the regular line, but Oxford Street have given it a little makeover. It still has the same scent, fresh yet sweet with roses and a subtle turkish delight aroma, and the same key ingredients, such as extra virgin coconut oil for softening and moisturising, and rose oil for balancing and restoring. I think the main different is the look of the bubbleroon. It's slightly bigger in size, (but still at the same price), and a brighter pink in colouring with a shimmer. I think the overall look has just been considered more, and I've got to admit, I had never noticed this product before the change.

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Another product which has been given a makeover is the 'MMMelting Marshmellow Moment' (r.r.p £2). Unlike the bubbleroon, the bath melts has been redesigned into a compact product, and renamed as 'bath oils'. The formula is now more concentrated, so don't be deceived by the size. I choose 'MMMelting Marshmellow Moment' as I had tried the original bath melt and was quite disappointed as it wasn't very softening for the skin, but even just holding this bath oil in my hand it is already started to slightly melt, which is always a positive. If you love the Christmas classic 'Snow Fairy' then you'll love this. It's very sweet (a common theme throughout this haul), and just reminds me of marshmallows, which might seem obvious as the ingredients do include marshmallow powder, which helps soothes and soften the skin. Out of all the products, I have very high hopes for this one.

Lush are adding a few of the exclusive products to their Kitchen, so if you can't make it down to London, have a look every morning to see what's on offer.

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I'll be posting an in-depth review of each of these products once I have used them, so make sure you're following so you don't miss out. Let me know in the comments below if you've been to the Oxford Street store, and which are your favourite products.

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