Ok, I haven’t seen the Exorcist, but I do know this is an Exorcist themed soap. I also know that “The Witch’s Bath” is a fantastic name for a bath-product shop.
This was my final Owl Crate, and it was a doozy! This incredible box was filled to the brim with beautiful items! While I’m sad to say goodbye, I’m glad I went out on a high note. Lets get into what was inside the box!
Last year, my incredible friend Paige got me some lovely self care products for Christmas. One of those items was a massive black bath bomb from BeYOUtiful Bath Bombs, a store in Spokane, Washington. I recently had the pleasure of trying it out (after cutting it in half), and wow, what a soak!
I like taking a week between bath product reviews, because it gives me time to use the products a bit more, and really see how I like them over a longer time. That being said, I knew I loved Oxford Street Soap the first time I used it.
As I make my way through my trunk full of lush items, I finally reached Supertramp. Supertramp is a Bubble Bar that I ordered before my trip to the UK because I knew I wanted to get one each for my friend and I. I read a bit about it, and knew it was something I wanted to try. I can’t believe I took me almost a year to actually do so!
I finally tried another of my UK products that I’ve been hoarding, and I liked it a lot more than I anticipated! Flowering Tea is a bubble bar from Lush, which means it’s something you use while the water is running instead of when your bath is full. It also means that it’s meant for multiple uses, so there’s no dang reason for me to hoard it.
We are over half way through the year, and I haven’t bought anything new from lush! I’m really excited and proud of that, and making my way through products that I’ve had for ages. Heck. I even went into a Lush store with a friend last weekend and I didn’t buy anything! I think that’s some pretty serious progress for me. But, that’s not what we’re here for; we’re here to talk about the Rose Jam solid shower gel that I bought last year!