Saturday, 16 July 2016

Lush Review - Yog Nog Bath Bomb

It's the middle of winter. The days are shorter,the weather is colder, school is only getting harder, and each day becomes a real trial. Over the past couple of weeks I've found myself thinking more and more how I don't have anything to look forward to. Each day was becoming more and more repetitive, and boring. Same old school, same old classes, same old work. Bear in mind this is coming from someone who loves routines, and hates change.
When the holidays finally came last week I breathed the biggest sigh of relief. I couldn't have been happier for the holidays in my life. I've been doing little things throughout the past week to cheer myself up from this midwinter low. And what could be better to cheer me up than a hot bath with a limited addition lush bath bomb?Sigh, lush seems to be the answer to all my problems.

 I popped into our local lush store after work on Wednesday, and picked up a couple of goodies, and just having them in my room, smelling amazing, has cheered me up. The first product I bought is the Candy Mountain bubble bar:


I won't say too much about this, as I have already done a review on this product (link above), but it is one of my favourite Christmas products, and will definitely help to cheer my up.

The other bath product I picked up was the Yog Nog bath bomb:


The thing that I love about this bath bomb is it smells like Christmas. To me that is what Christmas should smell like. It is a very spicy, sweet scent that reminds me of spice buns, or mince pies. It also looks amazing, as you can see it has little Christmas tree's, and decorations all over it. As it fizzes it reveals a solid oil center. This then floats around the bath releasing the moisturizing oils into the water. When I stepped out of the bath I felt like a queen, my skin was so soft, and smelled so good.
I would highly recommend this bath bomb.

What makes you feel better in the midwinter slump, I'd love to hear our thoughts in the comments.


Amesmames xx

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