On one of my most recent trips to Lincoln, I just had to have a look in Lush while I was there since we do not have one in my local town. I was so glad I did go in as it must have been noticeable that I was a newbie to Lush, and had no clue what I was looking for so an assistant approached me and I was so thankful. I applaud Lush on their excellent customer service, as the assistant talked me through the range of products, and even identified ingredients within each product I was interested in off the top of her head which was very impressive.
|Eau Roma Toner Water|
I decided to pick this toner because sometimes I get really bad oily skin and tend to break out a lot. I felt I needed to look after my skin, especially when feeling a little stressed I tend to get spots more. Several months ago I was actually using a toner from Simple, however I never really used it often as even though it did do a good job, I was just lazy with using it.
Now after buying Lush Eau Roma Water, you could say I’m a toner convert! There are so many benefits from using this product.It tones down redness and makes my skin feel soft and smooth. You can either spritz on to a cotton pad or directly onto your face to refresh it, and both work well. I usually remove makeup from my face with a face wipe and leave it at that, but after using this toner I didn’t actually realise how much makeup I was actually leaving on my face, it was quite shocking! The packaging is lovely and smells delicious with lavender extracts. I bought the smaller bottle (100g) to test it out, but now I can confidently say I will be repurchasing this product again.
I was spending a while smelling all the bath and bubble bombs as I was indecisive about which one to get and what each one was best used for. The lovely assistant came over again and explained the different uses, and even grabbed a jug of water to show me how the bubble bars worked which was great, and very much appreciated for taking the time to help me.
|Rose Jam Bubbleroon|
I was told that it can be used for two baths as you grab hold of each side and “twist” to break it into two halves, for two separate baths. You then crumble it under the running tap and it creates bubbles and leaves a gorgeous rose scent, so I can’t wait to try it.
I apologise for the lack of posts recently, I have been so busy with various commitments so finding the time to write is a little hard at the moment. However I can’t wait till it’s all over so I can get back to posting frequently, so thankyou for your patience!