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.
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.
Alright, we know I love a good bath, and I love a good Lush product. Once again, Lush has stayed the game with Rainbow Worrier, and once again, I can’t repurchase it.
Fangirls, I love Lush Soap. It takes me ages to use up, but it’s always so strongly fragranced and beautiful, that I can almost never say no to it. So when I went to the UK, I found as many of their exclusives I could get my hands on, and I’ve been working through them ever since. One of the soaps that is not in the US, is he Cream of Tomato Soap, so of course I picked it up!
Fangirls, I found a new favorite bath bomb, and it’s one I’ll never be able to use again. Calaveras was a part of the holiday exclusives released in the UK, and it was a part of my final order from the company before going on my no buy.
Before the start of 2018, I placed an order with Lush’s new Exclusives tab on their UK page. I only ordered 3 things (Calacas Shower Gel, the Calavera Bath Bomb, and So White Shower Gel) because I knew I was going to be making myself go through almost all of my stock before I bought more, but I was really intrigued by the Calacas scent (and love So White). I wasn’t sure how much I’d love it, but I know I’m a citrus fan, and figured why not.
“M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E,” the king of all things cute and perfect. Disney, as you know, is my home away from home. I lived and worked there, and I spend 90% of my time thinking of ways to go back. The last time I was in Walt Disney World, I went resort hopping for the first time in my life. We took the monorail to the different main resorts around the Seven Seas Lagoon, and checked out how pretty and expensive they were. At the Grand Floridian, there is a small bath shop called Basin White. It’s a lovely, fresh smelling shop with many different bath bombs, salts, and bubble baths to offer. But I don’t think my eyes have ever gotten as big as they did when I saw a Mickey Mouse bath bomb.