As a rule, I am against shower scrubs. Some dermatologists have said that they’re abrasive in a negative way; you’re using jagged edges create microscopic tears in your skin, which can let in bacteria and make tiny scars. But this stuff smelled so good I just had to try it!
Okay, we know I’m a Lush fan, but sometimes (when in Disney), I go to Basin White. I’ve talked about their bath bombs before, and how I love that little bit of magic that is added to my days, so when I realized that I had a bar of watermelon soap (with Mickey heads instead of seeds!), I knew I needed more magic in my life.
I love me some Lush, which is news to literally no one. I’ve been trying to improve my skincare routine in a couple ways; choosing products that are better for me and the world. Lush is the answer to that! So when I was in the store a couple months ago, I picked up the Tea Totaler, and have been using it ever since.
This is another little trial size product from an Unplugged Book Box. I love trying products this way, because it’s better for my wallet and space; I’ve got a lot of old products that I’m working my way through that aren’t getting reviews. I like that I’m not always spending a ton of money on new items, when I get lovely products from Unplugged!
Can we stop for a minute, and just appreciate how dang cute this bath bomb is, please?
Here’s another lovely bath product from Unplugged! I’ve been using a lot of their products to review lately because I’m trying to purchase fewer items that I already have. But I tried out these bubbling bath salts from Yippee & Co.