Mini Lush Haul

Hiya everyone! Hope you're having a thrilling Thursday!

Today I am going to talk about 3 products I've recently tried from Lush. I adore lush and I'm always looking to try new products.

The first thing I've tried is Face and Body scrub "Ocean Salt"
The lush website describes this product as: "Limes steeped in vodka, grapefruit and lashings of salt go into this invigorating face and body scrub. Sea salt is rich in minerals and is excellent for scrubbing away any dead skin. We also add rich, silky avocado butter, coconut oil and seaweed absolute to keep your skin soft, smooth and conditioned. If you feel you need a good scrub down, apply to dry skin and rub all over using circular motions, or for a more gentle buff, use on damp skin."
I absolutely adore this scrub. Usually I use St.Ives Apricot face scrubs but I find that can be a little too 'gentle' on my skin. This Ocean Salt scrub is made up of really chunky grains of salt, which really makes you feel like you're getting in there and taking off all the nasty dead skin.
This is so chunky and rough that I only use it once a week and that does the job, leaving my skin feeling soft as you like. I usually follow up with my toner and moisturiser and my skin feels super refreshed.

The next thing I picked up is "Happy Hippy"
The Lush website describes this as: "
This shower gel bursting with pink grapefruit is just the thing to add some early-morning zest. We squeeze fresh pink grapefruits and add grapefruit and bergamot essential oils to put an extra zing in your step. We’ve also added some frankincense oil to give the fragrance some grrr."
The only word I find fitting for this shower gel is "YUMMY"
This is so beautifully refreshing to use in morning showers. Or, when I've had a long day and I need to come back home and get ready for a night out, I'll use this to feel refreshed and to wake me up a bit. Absolutely stunning and if you love citrus/refreshing/clean scents, you'll adore this one.

Then finally, I picked up a bath bomb called "Sakura"
The Lush website says: "
This is a celebration of spring in a bath bomb, bursting into a floral fragrance. Inspired by the cherry blossom in Japan, this pretty bomb is designed to evoke the burst of optimism the first sign of spring brings. We've used calming mimosa and jasmine oils complemented by lemon oil and orange flower to bring to mind the smell of this colourful season."
Oh my looooord. I'll definitely, without a doubt, be repurchasing this one. I decided to go "hard or home" and used a whole one for one bath. Let me tell you, I was in flowery heaven.
I personally love Jasmine as a scent, so this one was practically made for me.
It smells so pretty, it's definitely the kind of thing that will have you asking people to "smell you"

These three products have really impressed me, I find sometimes Lush products can be a bit hit and miss for me personally, so I am super happy I've found three things I will definitely use again.



  1. I really wish Lush is available here in Malaysia...for now all I can do is just read the amazing reviews about it.

    Reflection of Sanity

    1. Nooo you don't have Lush there? That's not good :( Can you not get some shipped there maybe? x

  2. Happy hippy is one of my fav scents! I always go for their solid products tho, you should try one of their solid shampoos. Based on what you bought you'd probably love their green one.
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  3. Huge fan of lush products in general. Have never tried any of there masks, it always puts me off because the expiry date is so short! Are the worth the hype? xx

    1. Yeah the expiry dates are the only down side. I'd say they're definitely worth the hype, just make sure you buy the small pots, so you don't end up wasting loads when the expiry date comes. x

  4. ooh, after reading this, i really want to try to body scrub. I'm always looking for a good one and I love Lush, but haven't tried this before. Thanks for this insight. Please come visit me too at Thanks for letting me read!