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Friday, 11 March 2016

Ten Disney Inspired LUSH Products

As an avid Disney fan and therefore, automatically a believer in True Love, it should hardly be surprising that I myself am fortunate enough to have two great loves:


1. Disney
and
2. LUSH Cosmetics

LUSH are probably my favourite retailer on the High Street at the moment and not only because their products are packed with so much natural goodness but because they do exactly what they say they will, look great and smell even better! So, in honour of my love of both Disney and LUSH, here are my Top Ten Disney-inspired* LUSH Products of all time. Enjoy!


1. Frozen Bath Bomb

'Do you wanna have a bath bomb? Do you wanna splash and play?', inspired by the success of Disney's animated classic Frozen, it really should come as no surprise that the movie would go on to inspire the creativity of the wonderful people at LUSH. Full of refreshing grapefruit and rose... and some sparkles too, this bath bomb is sure to brighten up even the frostiest of days.


2. 17 Cherry Tree Lane Soap

LUSH gives us this lovely mimosa, orange flower and jasmine soap named after the street address of the Banks Family from Disney's classic Mary Poppins. It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!


3. Black Pearl Shower Gel

After the huge success of the Black Pearl Bath Bomb a few years ago, LUSH have now released this gorgeous blend of lavender and chamomile as a Shower Gel exclusively in the LUSH Kitchen. Unfortunately for me, every time the Kitchen releases this gorgeous Pirates of The Caribbean inspired product, it's sold out before I can purchase it for myself. It's probably psychological, but when I smell this, I am sent straight to Orlando. Shiver me timbers!


4. Cinders Bath Bomb

A Christmas exclusive and LUSH favourite, this spiced classic full of cinnamon, almond and sweet orange really is a dream, a wonderful dream come true.


5. So White Shower Gel

'Mirror, mirror on the wall. So White is the fairest of them all.' Another favourite Bath Bomb converted to Shower Gel form due to its increasing popularity, this beautiful, frosted apple scented product is currently in the LUSH Kitchen. 'Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, it's to the shower we go!'




6. Prince Charming Shower Gel

This is one of my favourite LUSH products to date; a slightly less sweet substitute to the popular Snow Fairy Shower Gel, Prince Charming is full of pomegranate, sweet vanilla and moisturising cocoa butter - at last, we've found him!


7. Prince Shaving Cream 

'For a Royally Good Shave'. I really like the LUSH shaving products as I feel they really moisturise and care for your skin in a way that you just don't see with other High Street foams and creams. Prince is scented with rose water and contains witch-hazel and beeswax to really help care for your skin.

8. Little Dragon Reusable Bubble Bar

Initially released for the celebration of Chinese New Year, I can't help but think of Mushu whenever I see this cute little product and it cheers me right up! Enriched with cinnamon and ginger, this spicy bar is a firm favourite. Keep an eye out on the Kitchen for future release.




'Not pink, not green, not aquamarine, we're painting the roses red!' Another Valentine's product, this cute little rose scented soap is inspired by Disney's Alice in Wonderland and is still available currently online. Curiouser and curiouser...


10. Sparkly Pumpkin Bubble Bar

'Cinderella, you shall go to the ball.' This is definitely my favourite Halloween product from the entire LUSH range. Not only does this blend of citrus and cinnamon smell sublime, but the bar looks so incredible also with that gorgeous gold and copper coloured glitter. A favourite.

Are there any products you think are missing from this list? Let me know in the comments below.

-mercedeslois

*Some of these products are alluded to as being inspired by classic Disney stories by LUSH however, some similarities have been recognised by myself.

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