On my last post, I wrote about my experience at the lush store that opened at my local mall. Of course I did a little bit of shopping as well. I find baths really calming a soothing. Now that I started a stressful new job, it’s the best way for me to relax at the end of the evening. For those of you who are not familiar with Lush, here is a little snip bit from their website
“Where we can, we make products into solid form so we can ditch the packaging and preservatives; almost half of our products are naked. When we do use packaging, we want it to be environmentally-friendly. We pushed our suppliers to source 100% recycled pots and bottles, so we could avoid virgin plastic, reduce energy on bottle production and save bottles from landfills. In 2008 we made the switch to 100% PCR bottles”
For more details and information make sure to check out their website at http://www.lush.ca
What are bath bombs? According to Lush:”We take bathtime seriously – seriously fun, that is. Settle in for a good soak with an original LUSH invention, exploding with essential oils, flower petals and tons of fizzy fun. Whether you’re after a relaxing, petal-laden floral soak or a invigorating multi layered explosion of color and scent, there is a Bath Bomb perfect for every bathing experience” Pink Bath Bomb-Price: $4.96 CAD http://www.lush.ca/Pink-Bath-Bomb/03052,en_CA,pd.html#start=9
Blackberry-Price:$6.95 http://www.lush.ca/Blackberry/02172,en_CA,pd.html#start=14 Left: Phoenix Rising: $6.95 http://www.lush.ca/Phoenix-Rising/03575,en_CA,pd.html#start=5
Right: Fizzbanger:$5.95 http://www.lush.ca/Fizzbanger/03160,en_CA,pd.html#start=17
Twilight: $6.95 http://www.lush.ca/Twilight/03157,en_CA,pd.html#start=2 The Comforter: $10.95 This one is considered a bubble bar http://www.lush.ca/The-Comforter/02468,en_CA,pd.html
That’s the end of my haul, if you are interested in knowing how any if these look in the water or how they fizzle, let me know and I’ll make sure to write a post about it! I hope you all had a good weekend!