Lush Christmas Gift Guide

Ok, confession time before we get started: I haven’t actually bought any Lush Christmas stuff this year. This is unheard of for me, but it can 100% be attributed to the fact that the bath at my flat doesn’t actually work so until I go home I can’t enjoy a boiling hot bath filled with Lush goodies. Never fear though, I will be raiding Lush before I head back up North in preparation.

I am a huge fan of Lush. Not only are their products absolutely perfect in every single way, they’re super affordable, organic and completely cruelty free. This makes me so very happy as I love supporting ethical brands, and knowing that the products I am putting on my face or in my bath won’t be harming animals or the environment is such a bonus.

I’m sure I’m not alone in loving some Lush goodies at this time of the year, so I’ve put together a selection of my favourites for you below to have a look through. I’ve split them into gift sets and stand alone items, so I hope they’re helpful if you’re looking for any last minute gifts, or to spoil yourself!

Let me know in the comments below if you decide to pick anything up!

Lush Christmas Gift Guide

Onto the gift sets to begin with, and I’m not too sure where to start cos I kinda want and need them all. The Butterbear Gift Set (1) wins all the awards for the cutest packaging and is packed with festive fun including two bath bombs, a soap and more for £19.95. The Stardust Gift Box (2) is a little pricier at £32.95 but is Bowie themed so y’know, can we just take a minute? My favourite item is the Snowie bubble bar! It wouldn’t be a Lush Christmas without Snow Fairy (3) and this gift set is packed full of products featuring the signature scent for £22.95. Next up is Rudey (4) – probably my favourite because Reindeer are the bomb diggity, and it includes one of my favourite bath bombs, and finally Santa’s Little Helper (5) including Santas Belly Shower Jelly which is just about the coolest damn Christmas product I’ve ever heard of in my life!

Lush Christmas Gift Guide

Onto the individual items now and I’m kicking things off with the Satsuma Bath Bomb (1), I don’t think I’ve seen this one before, and a satsuma is such a Christmas classic that I couldn’t resist popping it in. The Christmas Penguin Bubble Bar (2) is the cutest little guy I’ve ever seen and I’ll definitely be picking one up for my festive soaks – I’m always amazed by how many bubbles you get from these bars too! (3) is Santasaurus – I mean do I even need to say any more?! One for the men (and women too!) here is the Papa Noel Face Wash Jelly (4) because who hasn’t always wanted to wash their face with Santa’s beard?? I remember having something similar to the Luxury Lush Pud bath bomb (5) last year and it was bloody beautiful. Why? Because it smelled insanely good and it turned my bath into the coolest shade of hot pink #sassy. I mean I may or may not have picked the Northern Lights bath bomb (6) mostly because I just finished a book by the same name which also happened to be one of my favourite childhood stories, but y’know this bath bomb looks the bomb and I’m totally picking one up when I go home! Last but certainly not least is quite easily the best bubble bar ever created – Snowie (7). This guy comes complete with different coloured eyes and the signature lightning bolt of Bowie, and if a bath with this guy isn’t the best way to say goodbye to the celebrity shit storm that was 2016 then I don’t know what is!

Do you have any Lush Christmas favourites? Will you be picking any of these up? Let me know in the comments below and don’t forget to follow me on Bloglovin’ if you haven’t already to make sure you don’t miss out on Blogmas Day 4 – a little Sunday catch up!

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  1. Ella lily
    October 3, 2017 / 3:31 pm

    Christmas gift shopping online is becoming more and more popular as more people realise the benefits of doing all of their Christmas gift shopping from the comfort of their own homes. gifts for girlfriend christmas

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