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Halloween is coming soon, so it’s time to scare. That’s why I’ve tested some spooky Halloween products by Lush for you.
Lush Ghost in the Dark Soap
Love at first sight was with this little fellow. The Lush Ghost in the Dark Soap does more than just clean your hands. The Ghost glows even in the dark, if that is not spooky enough, I do not know. The scent of lemongrass and bergamot oil drives out all the dark forces for you.
P.S. also a great gift idea.
Lush Monster’s Ball
Almost a classic for me is the Monster’s Ball by Lush. Just throw in the bathtub and let the monster romp, the bath water turns into a pink-blue bathing pleasure. Himalayan salt, Olibanum oil care for the skin and thanks to energizing lime oil you are then fit again like a monster hand. I’m really a big fan of the bath bomb, not only because it looks so cool, the scent is just awesome.
Lush Glow Worm Fun
You like to play in the dark? Then the glowing Lush Glow Worm is right for you. Because that’s what gives creativity free rein, as with play dough, not only worms can be formed. A lemony kneading fun is guaranteed. The coolest thing about it is that you can use the Glow Worm as a 4 in 1 soap, shampoo, bubble bath and kneading fun. For use as a soap or shampoo, just froth in the hands and lather. As a bubble bath, pluck a piece and rub under the incoming water.
P.S. He gives the kids special joy.
Lush Mercury Retrograde
Galactic bathing fun is guaranteed with the Mercury Retrograde, the bath bomb enchants the water in orange, purple and green. Why the bath bomb is so called, of course, has a deeper meaning: Because if Halloween on 31.10. is celebrated, the Mercury is retrograde, in English “Mercury Retrograde”. It is a unique fragrance and active ingredient combination. Sicilian lemon oil and ginger help to release tension and provide energy. While sodium alginate covers a cozy cocoon and coarse sea salt cares for the skin. Fruity Buchu and spicy cinnamon provide the unique fragrance. This bath bomb is perfect to regain your strength after a hard day’s work.