Hello bloggio! (sorry for that)
I hope you're all having a good week! It's almost weekend, yay! Although not for me, because I have to study for my exams, boo! Still 2 more to go: one on Monday and the other on Thursday.
So today's post will just be a short one in which I'll show you the Lush products that I bought last week when I was on holiday in London.
Before I left for London, I made a list of the products that I really wanted. Normally I always get back home empty handed because I couldn't choose from all the products (yep, story of my life). And then of course I regret not bringing anything! So three cheers for me for making that list!
One thing I really wanted was the Fresh Farmacy cleanser. It's like a pink bar of soap to use on your face. I've been using this every single day from the day I bought it. It does a fantastic job for my skin and leaves it super soft! And oh my goodness, it smells in-cre-di-buuul!
Then I also really wanted one of their gorgeous bars of soap (who can resist those big chuncks of sweet-smelling glory, right). I did some research and this Porridge soap seemed to be perfect for my sensitive skin.
The Angels on Bare Skin is another cleanser for daily use. I actually have to admit that I'd never used a cleanser before. Shame. On. Me. I know! So the reason I bought a second cleanser is 1) I wanted one to use before I go to bed as well; 2) I thought the ingredients (almonds, lavender, chamomile) were very interesting.
And then the last product I bought was the 9 to 5 Cleansing Lotion. Another cleanser, ehem. I've run out of excuses I'm afraid. Let's say this one is just a cleanser to use for days that I'm in a hurry + I can store this one longer than the fresh Angels on Bare Skin cleanser. There you have it :)
That's all for now! I'm planning on doing a little review on every product as soon as they have passed the trial phase. Now back to my books!
Have you recently bought any Lush products? I would really like to know! Maybe you can all link me to your latest Lush posts (so I have an excuse to not have to study, mhihihihi).