What marks the beginning of the Christmas period for you? Is it as soon as Halloween and Bonfire Night is over? Or perhaps on the first day of Advent? Everyone is different and to me there really isn’t a right or wrong, it’s about a feeling deep inside my tummy. You can’t fake a feeling, it just happens and for me that feeling always ignites when the town of Stony Stratford (near where I grew up) turn on their Christmas lights. It always falls on the last weekend of November and is always accompanied with the infamous Stony Stratford Lantern Parade.
The Lush Kitchen is a place to be filled with wonder, to be amazed with special inventions or even to get your paws on retro Lush products that may have been discontinued for years.
The Haunted House Gift Set was available to buy from the Lush Kitchen a couple of weeks before Halloween 2016. It’s filled with no less than five retro Lushoween products. Open the door if you want to come in and find out what’s inside…
Somewhere Over The Rainbow bath bomb was a brand new product for 2016. An Oxford Street exclusive for the Easter 2016 range that popped up in the Lush Kitchen back in March.
The morning it was released in the Lush Kitchen (same day as the Lush Tweet Bubble Bars) I sadly missed out on securing one. So how did it end up in my possession? Read on…
I can’t believe it’s already that time of year again when a festive email drops into my mailbox inviting me to my local Lush shop for a fun-filled bloggers evening.
I absolutely adore the blogger events that Lush do, not only does it give me a chance to meet like-minded bloggers from around my local area but I adore seeing all the new products, getting hands on with them and demoing them.
When I received an email from Kelly at Lush HQ with an invitation to the Lush Creative Showcase, I was absolutely flabbergasted. How could I refuse!?
With me being pregnant it took a little convincing for my husband but convince I did (MWAH) and off we went to London for two days.
…Two days that actually ended up being the two hottest in the entire month of September that London has seen for decades, PHEW! But anyway…