I’m sorry dears.
I missed a few goodies from Lush Holiday 2010 here’s the rest of the line up. I slipped the images into a slideshow for you to enjoy, please visit my blog if you’re reading via RSS to enjoy this post!
- Lush Iced Wine Shower Gel
Real wine, along with fresh grape infusion for a fresh, tropical scent!
- Lush Once a Year Massage Bar
The scent of Christmas brandy!
- Lush Snow Fairy Tinted Lip Balm
Bubblegum, pink tinted balm!
- Lush Maple Taffy Sweet and Syrupy Balm for Lips
The taste of this balm is unbelievably moreish. Mixed in with the syrup, we’ve added Japan and carnauba waxes with extra virgin coconut oil to form a moisturising layer on the lips and keep them safe from the nip of winter.
We use cranberry seed oil to moisturize, lemon oil for fragrance and toning, and almond oil to smooth down. A sizzling sherbet for lips!
Red wine and brandy infused with cinnamon and clove infusion for spice and fresh fruit juices.
Visit my other Lush Holiday 2010 post by clicking here.
I’ve been a Lush Lover for about…mmm…10 years? Maybe a little more, maybe a little less. I’m so old I remember Cosmetics to Go! Moral of the story is no matter how many years I know, love, and adore the brand, I never get tired of the seasonal collections that get released. Some may wonder at my strange, unusual obsession over bath bombs, bubble bars, and shower gels but true Lush fans just get it.
Today I have some more lovely Lush Holiday 2010 goodies to share with you which have begun popping up on the Lush UK website.
Christmas please hurry fast! I need these delicious Lush goodies in my life.
Please see my updated posts by clicking here and here for information about the Lush Holiday 2010 Collection.
We need a little Christmas right this very minute.
Lush Holiday 2010?
After my musings about Lush’s brand new Gorilla Perfume launch, I’m happy to report that the line will be launching stateside!
Marzipan a strange and unusual cake topper in some areas of the world and in others, an art form….
Seriously, have you seen what people create using marzipan? It’s down right strange.
Within the US I don’t think we embrace marzipan as fully as the rest of the world does. We commonly use it to decorate the tops of cakes on occasion but it’s not something we pop into our mouth for the sake of enjoying it. Some might compare it to Turkish Delight but I wouldn’t go so far as I think it’s positively a gross texture and not nearly as delightful as Turkish Delight.
Mind you my dislike of marzipan extends to the actual candy but not to the wonderful things that Lush Cosmetics creates using its scent.
Once a year, during the Holiday season, Lush releases a wonderful soap entitled Snowcake. Some of you are already obsessed with said soap while others may recognize the name from my past obsessive musings….It is truly a gift from the gods above. Snowcake has a creamy almond scent that Lush dubs as the scent of marzipan. If marzipan smelled nearly this great, I’d be eating it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner yo.