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Lush Review; Christmas Candy Box

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Lush Review; christmas candy box. 

Because of the name of this box alone, I feel as though I shouldn't be mentioning christmas is far into the new year...but let's ignore that fact and just take a moment to remember the sweet smelling lush christmas products which I'll have to make last over the next few months. 
While before and after christmas I treated myself in the Lush store...I did ask for a box as one of my CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and receiving the sweetest smelling box thanks to my family in Scotland. I'm really excited to use the bath bombs, I just have to wait until the next time I can steal my boyfriends bathroom for a few hours. And as I haven't been able to use this products to create a full review (which I'm sorry about), this is more my first opinions and why I'm looking forward to getting use out of all of these. 

rock star. 
This product actually confused me a little (and if someone can tell me I'm wrong, please correct me)...the little card included in this box says that this is in fact a soap, but I've not seen one like this before and it's probably best I apologise now for refurring to everything smelling like snow fairy, but erm it does! Rock star has a more subtle scent towards snow fairy but definitely similar. I've still taken over space in my bathroom for baked alaska soap, so once that's finished I'm tempted to make this my next bar. 

butter bear.
I've been wishing I could use this bear for some time now, and I'm so excited to get the chance to. But along with any sweet scents, vanilla and cocoa butter are another favourite of mine. Literally vanilla and cocoa just have me obsessed and I'm going to look forward to the day I get to use this...but also hold off as long as possible so that I can use it on a day I'm in serious need of that vanilla luxury. 

snow fairy.
I actually picked up one of these bottles before christmas and now have 3 in total, but that'll last me a few more months I'm sure! I'm obsessed with snow fairy and has been my christmas range favourite since my first purchase last October. The bottle describes the smell as candy floss, which it is and I just love the specks of glitter in the bottle...but what I love more is that those specks don't make their way onto my skin, because as much as I love it, I'm not a fan of my skin sparkling too much!  

candy mountain.
I almost took this round to Tom's (the boyfriends) to use only a few days ago, but I changed my mind once I noticed the amount of glitter in this bath bomb...to use when I just wanted a relaxed lazy day, I thought would be a wasted time. This smells so nice, sweet but not over baring and I can't imagine how nice it'll leave my skin and keep me smelling so nice all day long. 

I'm extremely excited by all these products and can't wait for the moment I can use them all, but I'm sure just like the rest of you I'm not looking forward to the moment I run out of my sweet christmas products and have to wait until later in the year to purchase them all over again...but that gives us something to look forward to doesn't it! 
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20 comments

  1. This box has some of my absolute favourites in, I love Candy Mountain! x

    Charlotte / coloursandcarousels

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  2. Abigail Lewis-Savage7 January 2015 at 15:48

    Candy Mountain was my favourite Christmas Lush product and I've completely run out :( I like Snow Fairy too!

    Abi xo | http://wanderlustdaydreaming.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I absolutely love Snow Fairy! It's my favourite Lush scent. I'm popping into my local Lush soon to see if they have any left (and I really hope they do!)


    Rachael at broomfie.blogspot.com

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  4. What a perfect combination of Lush Goodies!

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  5. What a fab box to get! I adore the butter bear :)

    Sian | Siân Marie Beauty
    xo

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  6. Lush creates the most darling products <3

    She Will Be

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  7. I picked up this Box too~ ^ v ^
    Everything smelled sweet like candy! ^ 3 ^


    www.thedailydollyblog.com

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  8. Oh it's such a good little box, I've yet to use Candy Mountain...but I'm worried I'll love it and no get to use it again until next christmas, oh!


    sarah xo

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  9. Oh no, I'm yet to use it because I think I'll love it and be so miserable when it's gone. Oh snow fairy is my favourite ever now!


    sarah xo

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  10. Me too! I think it'll be what I compare everything to now, luckily I have a few bottles to last for a while now. Oh my lush store had nothing in stock only a few days after christmas!


    sarah xo

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  11. Isn't it! Definitely my favourites all in one box!


    Sarah xo

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  12. Isn't it soooo good! I've used most of the box now and I'll be so sad when it's all gone :(


    sarah xo

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  13. This sounds like the perfect box. I use snow fairy everyday but am getting fed up with my limited range with just a shower so I am going to try some jellies and maybe take a bubble bar in :) xxx

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  14. I love Lush!

    Charlotte - http://charlottesophiaroberts.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. Oh yes, I'm so sad I can't use any other products when in the shower but I can't complain since I can still use snow fairy hehe


    sarah xo

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  16. It's now my FAV! Oh I haven't used it yet but I'm so excited too...it already smells and sounds like the best bath I'll ever have ha


    sarah xo

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  17. Oh they really do! I really am obsessed with the place right now!


    sarah xo

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  18. It's great isn't it!


    Sarah xo

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