Recently I've seriously been craving LUSH products. My skin has been breaking out quite badly and I haven't been able to do anything to stop it, so I decided I wanted to go back to natural remedies, bringing me to the LUSH website. Being a student, I can't really afford to buy everything on my wish list, so I'll just have to stare longingly until someone finally decides to employ me.
My skin is super oily at the moment, so I pretty much want to buy every cleanser I see. Dark Angels is designed for those with oilier skin and Sea Vegetable has served me well in the past. I imagine Dark Angels will be similar to Coalface, which I also had success with in the past. I decided not to repurchase Coalface as it left black marks all over my bathroom and something in a tub would be much easier to control.
I've wanted the Bubblegum Lip Scrub pretty much as soon as it came out. My friend had the popcorn flavour and I loved the way it made my lips feel, but bubblegum has always been one of my favourite fragrances. My lips are particularly dry at the moment and are prone to cracking, especially in my sleep. No amount of lip balm has been able to fix the problem (even my Blistex Daily Lip Conditioner), so all I can do really is exfoliate away the dead skin and hope that improves cell renewal. A few years ago I bought Eau Roma Water because I was looking for rosewater everywhere and I couldn't find it (turns out Sainsbury's stocked it...). I loved the toner so much and was so sad when it ran out. I never got round to replacing it. As I was window-shopping on the LUSH site a few days ago, I came across their tea tree toner water designed for oily skin. Well, obviously I had to add it onto my wish list.
I didn't actually know LUSH did a spot treatment, so when I saw Grease Lightning, I instantly wanted it. That and it shares the name of my favourite cheesy movie. Ocean Salt appealed to me because of the description of a refreshing feeling that made me think of tropical islands surrounded by a clear blue ocean. Who wouldn't want that thought when they're cleansing their face on a morning?