For years and years I’ve dreamed of snooping round Lush, and leaving with arms full of bath bombs, but alas, sadly we only had a shower at home for a very long time.
However, I’m sighing a big relief that we’ve not long had a nice big bath installed, and I’ve taken to lush, like a moth to a flame.
I was looking specifically for a nice, relaxing bath bomb that smelt good, and would be a quite moisturising. The sales assistant recommended Sex Bomb, and also said not to take any notice of the name, it was perfect for relaxing as it contained a fragrant blend of jasmine, ylang ylang and clary sage.
It also turns the bath into a beautiful swirl of pinks and purples…
It fizzes and dissolves really well and doesn’t leave any grittiness or hard to clean residue. It smells beautiful and it great to pair with a face mask and a good book!
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Lush Sex Bomb bath bomb – £3.25 – link here
I read about this hair moisturiser on JoannaLoves blog and decided that I had to try it.
It’s designed with Afro-Caribbean hair in mind, however I have very thick, fluffy hair which has been quite damaged over the years by bleach, dye and various heat styling so I thought I’d give it a whirl.
It’s £10.95 for (quite a small) pot…but fear not, you really only need a teeny tiny amount.
Start by washing your hair as normal. Apply a small amount of product to the ENDS of your wet hair (it’s such a thick product I’d be careful not to get to close to your roots!). Then dry as normal, I didn’t apply this to my dry hair as it was so soft anyway; if you do feel you need to add more than do it in tiny bits…remember you can add, but you can’t take away!
If you have quite fine or thin hair then it might be worth using this product as more of a wash off mask, than a leave in treatment. It’s quite a heavy product, which I think would weigh down some hair types.
It really is a product worth every penny, it tames the fluff and frizz, leaves me with beautifully soft hair and it smells gorgeous!