Sometimes my family drives me to drink, sometimes they drive me to take a bath and
throw turn off my phone,
Tonight I went a little retro with my bath regimen. Lush Retro. Lush Retro is made up of retired but still in demand classic Lush recipes. What’s not to love?
First up: The Marzibain Bubble Bar
This smells like light Marzipan, isn’t super bubbly but is super moisturizing. Perfect for soaking. I just ordered another one to keep in my stash. I will not be pleased when they run out!
Next: Karma Bath Melt
Honestly, if I could just bathe in a tub of half these, half warm water, I would. They make the water a glittery, shimmery gold awesomeness, moisturize my skin, and did I mention the fuckton of glitter? If you’re like me, you’ve still got the 12 year old girl trapped inside desperate to figure out how to layer on more Bonne Bell glitter.
(These, for those of you who weren’t 10-13 when I was. Also, side note to my mom, this is NOT make up. Does not count. I carried on my Bonne Bell Affair much longer than I should have.)
Anyway, because I was feeling extra fancy, and the douchecanoe who likes to harass me at school decided to be an extra ray of sunshine in my day, I chucked in a bath bomb, just for good measure.
Finally: My Fairy Jasmine
The scent isn’t strong, but it nicely compliments the bubble bar. Gentle, softening, and of course, full of “fairy dust” glitter. Just the way I like it.
If you’ve never checked out Lush, you should! There’s stores all over! I’ve visited Portland, Maui, and NYC’s stores and thus far they’re all full of the same friendly, cheerful people who will give you the skinny on everything you need to know.