Lush Creative Showcase 2016: More Than Bath Bombs…

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Old Delhi Station Perfume

Discovering ‘Gorilla Perfumes‘ was one of the highlights of my trip. The cute little store in Islington is the perfect place to browse a huge variety of unique fragrances, and I was instantly drawn to the spicy yet soft scent of the ‘Old Delhi Station‘ perfume. An exclusive at the store, this scent is actually one part of ‘The Smell of Freedom’, one of the most successful perfumes from Lush. The Gorilla Gallery at the Lush Creative Showcase was the perfect place to explore the latest range of ‘Volume 4’ scents and the stories behind them… Cardom Coffee was my favourite!

Find out more about Gorilla Perfumes here.

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Christmas products!

The Lush Creative Showcase 2016 did not disappoint when it came to unadulterated Christmas joy! The Christmas room was packed with all the many creative Christmas products on offer, featuring brand new shower gels, jellys, bath bombs, lip products and more, as well old Christmas favourites. It did feel a bit strange to have fake snow falling down, Christmas elves running around and jolly carols on one of the hottest days of the year, but it was enough to put anyone in the Christmas spirit!

Of all the Christmas products available, I was most obsessed with the adorable ‘Santasaurus’ bubble bar, the HUGE wobbly ‘Santa’s Belly’ jelly, the purple blackcurrant Sugar Plum Lip Scrub and the ylang ylang scented Mistletoe Bath Bomb.

See all Christmas products here

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Make-Up Finds

Last but not least, one of my favourite sections at the showcase was the make-up area. I felt like a kid in a candy store as every make-up product that Lush sells was there, with some special previews of unreleased products that had come straight from the lab on show too! One of these unique tester products was a Scented Nail Varnish… mimosa scented nails? Why not!

I also loved all the glittery eye shadow and powder – the pigmentation is so concentrated and gives skin a luminosity. I coudn’t resist trying one of the lipsticks, and I went for a red that’s moisturising and lasts long time. If you’ve not tried Lush make-up yet, I would suggest you get to the Lush SoHo store and test out the fun, experimental range… it’s even better knowing that the make-up is cruelty-free.


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