Wednesday, October 24, 2007


In what is already shaping up to be an awful week, there have been 2 bright spots and both are related to Christmas.

1. We purchased our plane tickets to go home for the holidays.

2. Bob and is back! Along with all of its other holidays-only treats, LUSH has reintroduced Bob!

It's spice-y and citrus-y all at once. I love cinnamon/clove mixed with fruit. It smells great on me. It's a weird shade of green mixed with orange that will turn your shower water a dirty brown but! It smells so lovely and leaves you nice and clean. (And the little bits of gold glitter will not stick to you.)

It's time to make a trip to Georgetown and stock up for the year ahead.

Also check out the champagne snow showers. Very yummy. I love that it's out in a solid perfume. Still wintery, but a lighter fragrance than my normal Chanel No. 5, which is a little heavy for day wear.

I love the fragrance and this was only out in shower jelly last year. Those are weird because why would you want to keep something in your fridge? I'm sorry, but am I the only person who's refrigerator is at the opposite end of the house from the shower? But whose bed is really close to the shower? When I'm all clean, the last thing I want to do is trudge back downstairs to put my shower gel back in the shower. I want to curl up in bed.


Diversey said...

The Christmas Party bath bomb was my first ever Lush product, and has the same fragrance as Champagne Snow Showers. I love it. I'm super excited about Lush's new solid perfumes, though I wish they had a Creamy Candy version.

Jennie said...

Is Christmas Party glittery? Because I'm not allowed glitter. (I will have to blog about the Fairy Jasmine incident soon)...

Diversey said...

It has stars. Big plastic sharp stars. Might not be the best idea for your tub.

I've kept the jellies on the side of the tub and they're fine like that. I'm not running across the house to get my soap, or putting anything cold on my body at 7 am for that matter.

Anonymous said...

I'll go to Lush with you after a big turkey dinner and cranberry beer. We can stock up together.

Jennie said...


Big stars might be ok. I'll have to check it out.