Lush has been on a roll lately. They’re launching like, sixteen hundred products all at once, including a few new jellies. (Europe and UK only though) I was determined NOT to buy any of the new jellies. I mean, I needed to save my money for those 54 new bath bombs as well. I really need a second mortgage in the mean time to pay for all those new products.
So, no more jellies, I said. And as you can, that plan failed. What a surprise. I DID only buy 3 though! One of them is 29 High St., which smells like a Lush store. Yep, you read that right. From now on, in addition to already buying half the store’s contents, you can also take home the scent.
Are you curious about my opinion on this jelly, then keep on reading.
If there’s anything I love to do, it’s making products myself. I have made some scrubs in the past, which I loved using! It’s been awhile since I’ve created something, so I decided to share my recipe on how to create your own shower gel.. using a shower jelly. It’s great for people (like me) who own a lot of Lush jellies, but never actually use them. If you’re curious about how to do this (and it’s very simple!), then keep reading on!
I’m in love with the shower jellies from Lush. They’re fun to use, have a strong scent and they make your skin silky soft. But through the years, I found that there are more ways of using a shower jelly. And since I know that some people are struggling with using these wobbly blobs, I will show you different says of using a jelly in this blog post.
I’m also curious about how you use a jelly, so let me know in the comments section!
Somehow I am hooked to the shower jellies from Lush, while I never actually use them. Therefore, I promised myself not to buy any more jellies, but when I saw this one with a 50% discount, I just had to have it. The scent wasn’t unfamiliar — I’ve had the bath bomb often. I decided to just give it a go. If you’re curious about how I like it, keep on reading.