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.
While not everything can be solved by taking a bath, self care can mean different things to everyone, and it can often help in some way or another. I see self care as anything that you do exclusively for you. So, I wanted to share some things that I do to help myself!
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.
I feel a bit like an outcast because I have only just used the Luxury Lush Pud so recently. This bath bomb is a lush staple, and I brought 1 home from the Creative Showcase, and never used it. But I finally got around to it, and knew I would enjoy it because I already loved the scent.
I was originally going to drop this into the comic review slot, but this is more of a zine than anything else, and since I’m on a roll with Last Man comics, I figured we could pop this in here. And as wild as that title sounds, it’s exactly what it says; a book about self care, written by Skeletor.
Fangirls, I’ve just jumped out of my final Lushoween bath in preparation for writing this, and my GOODNESS was it a great way to treat myself. Lush brought back some old favorites and introduced some new cute products that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on! So lets dive right in.