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.
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!
Alright, I know I was so late reviewing last month’s box that this one feels like it came immediately afterwards, but I’m trying to be more on top of things! I’m really excited about this box, as Things are Not What They Seem is an incredible theme! I am really excited about the contents, so let’s get right into it.
To start, this month’s box had some lovely paper goods, including a bookmark, a smoothie recipe, a playlist, gratitude journal, and an Edgar Allen Poe poem.
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.
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!
Alright friends, I know this is way too late for Christmas, and far too early to just be preparing you for next year, but I finally started using my Berry Berry Christmas Solid Shower Gel, and I’m in love. This solid shower gel smells sweet and lovely, and I need you all to have plenty of time to prepare yourselves to grab it if it comes out this year.