I get a lot of complaints about the fragrance of Lush and how headache inducing their products are. So many people tell me they walked into a store and have to walk right back out because the smell gets to tehm.
It doesn’t personally bother me. I’ve been blogging since 2006 or so and I’d like to say I was probably one of the first beauty bloggers out there that was writing odes of joy about Lush Cosmetics (I could be vain believing that but at the time I can’t recall many blogs writing about Lush).
Needless to say it’s been a big part of my life but I can def understand that some folks have sensitivities and the fragrance of Lush has just turned them off the brand.
Please don’t give up though. Especially if you haven’t tried Lush Snowcake Soap!
Lush Snowcake Soap is released for a limited time every year and I typically buy an entire slab of it to last me through the year but this year and the year before I just settled for hauling 10 or so bars of it and calling it a day 🙂
It’s such a Holiday classic and I’m not sure how I get through the time I’m without it. I wish they’d make it permanent but sometimes I think that might mean I’d tire of it so maybe it’s good that it is limited to a once a year thing.
It’s one of Lush’s creamiest soaps and it produces beautiful, creamy lather! But most importantly the scent! Oh the scent. Lush calls it rose, they call it vanilla, they call it marzipan…for me it’s like the most perfect, creamiest marzipan in the world. It’s impossible to explain with mere words but trust me it smells so, so beautiful and it’s like no other scent Lush has available.
If you haven’t tried it, I urge you to head to your Lush store and take a little sniff. I can guarantee you’ll fall in love and don’t yell at me if you spend way too much on slices to hoard away for the rest of the year as once Snowcake is gone, it is gone, and won’t return until next Christmas.
Snowcake, as always, is Muse Approved.
Available in stores or online at lush.com.
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