Lush Unboxing

This is one of the most exciting hauls I have done, not only because it features bath bombs from Lush, but because all of this was gifted to me by the lovely Chloe from cocochlo! I absolutely adore her blog, she uploads posts all about travel, lifestyle and beauty! Not only is she one of my fave bloggers, I consider her one of my friends in the blogging community, which is one of the best parts of blogging. Her blog will be linked here and you should definitely check her blog out! Right now into the haul – my last Lushnhaul is posted here (get that self promo).

Dragon’s Egg


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The first bath bomb is definitely a favourite of mine and the only one from the unboxing that I have tried before and it is the Dragon’s Egg. This is so gorgeous and smells literally incredible. The three scents that make this bath bomb so amazing is Jasmine, Bergamot Oil and Lemon Oil, which is so fresh and cleansing. It also has popping candy, which is just like bathing in sherbet haha! And lets not get me started on how amazing the orange centre of this beauty is.

Love Boat

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The next is the main reason behind the unboxing.  Chloe recently uploaded a haul on the Lush Valentine’s collection and obviously I fell straight in love with how freaking cute the Love Boat is and she so kindly sent me one! I am so excited to use this as I can imagine the bath is going to turn a rainbow of pastel colours. The main ingredient is rose oil, which gives it such a romantic and sweet scent. The bottom of the boat is scattered in small little red hearts, which I think is one of the main reasons why I am fucking obsessed with this bath bomb.


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I can’t get over how cool this bath bomb looks. When I go into Lush the main bath bombs I pick up are usually the pretty pastel ones but this one is so cool. After doing a bit of research about this one, I have fallen in love with it even more – Lush are known for being against animal cruelty and none of their products are tested on animals. But one of the most common animal to be tested on is Chameleons, so they have created one in the shape of a Chameleon and the money made on this product is donated to the Animal Protection Agency! This bath bomb smells as good as it looks! The main ingredients are Ylang-Ylang Oil, Grapefruit Oil and Mandarin Oil.

What is your favourite bath bomb?

Thank you all for reading and for the constant support, it doesn’t go unnoticed and a huge thank you to Chloe once again for sending me these bath bombs!!



43 thoughts on “Lush Unboxing

  1. Hannah says:

    I love how pretty all the bath bombs always look – it seems a shame to use them! I have never used a lush bath bomb but all these posts always make me want to! xx


  2. finlaygraceallan says:

    I legit have never tried a bath bomb from lush, so the other week when I was in york I picked myself up three and one was the love boat (I’ve yet to use it), and I didn’t know it had little hearts on the bottom till I’ve read this! 😍 xxx


  3. Laura says:

    I’ve got some bath bombs from christmas but they’re too pretty to use, really need to just get over it and use them up ahah! Your photos are gorgeous, love the look of the Dragon’s Egg one xx


  4. Ellie says:

    OMG yessss! I absolutely love lush so much and I can never get enough of it! The dragons egg is soooo cool! I just love it xx 💕 😘 😍


  5. sophieamour says:

    I love Lush but I don’t have one near me so I don’t really get to shop there very often. All of these look amazing though so I can’t wait until I next go out of town to shop in a city where I can shop in Lush!


  6. claremmbeauty says:

    Love this post so much, and your photos are beautiful! My favourite has to be intergalactic- turns the whole bath glittery. I’ve never tried the dragons egg one, but I’m now really intrigued, and think I’m going to have to try it!
    Clare .X.


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