Now we all know that the season of love, also known as Valentines, is well and truly over however I wanted to share with you what I’ve brought from the Lush Kitchen around Valentines. Those extremely Lush Kitchen addicts will know that most of last year’s products were put in the Kitchen this year so I’ve went all out!

Lush Kitchen Valentines Haul

Let’s start with the classics! You’ve probably all seen Love Locket and the Heart Throb Bubbleroon. Love Locket is the one that can be separated into three different baths. It contains a Neroli Oil centre that is used to help lift your mood whereas the outer heart is sweet and calming as the ingredients include Jasmine and Fair Trade Vanilla Absolute. They have also added red edible hearts, pink heart confetti and a mix of lustre. On the other hand the Heart Throb Bubbleroon is extremely moisturising as it contains Shea Butter and Cream of Tartar. It has a lovely sweet scent to it due to the Fair Trade Vanilla Absolute and Sicilian Lemon Oils. I think the both of them combined would make for a lovely bath cocktail too!

The first product I wanted to talk about was the Sex ‘N’ The Shower Emotibomb  which is the white bath bomb with a little hand engraved on it. I have never brought an Emotibomb from Lush before but if you live in student halls or have no access to a bath this might be something that works for you. According to Lush, emotibombs are designed to work similar to a bath bomb. You add one of these to the floor by your feet, go through your usually shower routine and it’ll fizz away whilst releasing the cloud of fragrant steam. It is meant to alter your mood depending on the purpose of your chosen emotibomb so as you can probably tell I have high hopes for this one. The emotibomb itself is a rather sweet and floral scent. It’s jam packed full of oils including: Ginger, Ylang Ylang, Rose, Geranium and Juniperberry which is why I like it so much. I feel like this is going to be perfect when I don’t have time for a bath but feel like I need to keep calm for certain situations.

The Ex Factor Bath Bomb who is the little blue man smells like all the goodness rolled in one. He is an amazing sweet scented bomb that smells like Vanilla and Ylang Ylang. If you like the classic Snow Fairy scent then you would probably be kicking yourself about not picking up one of these. At least he isn’t your actually ex and you can enjoy him for what he is worth! Next up is the Limited Edition Tisty Tosty which has the same floral scent as the classic one but with the added colour bonus. Does anyone else think they should make it baby pink anyway?!

The Romance In A Stone Bath Bomb which is the mini bath bomb with Rosebud petals smells extremely different compared to the others featured in this post. It smells fresh and more floral than the others however it still has a handful of uplifting ingredients including: Orange Blossom, Sweet Wild Orange Oil, Sicilian Mandarin Oil and Tangerine Oil. I think this bath bomb is going to a lovely one to use as part of your pamper evening. Finally, I picked up Youki-Hi Bath Bomb which is actually part of the Chinese New Year festivities however I did order it around the same time as Valentine’s Day. This is another floral addition with a strong scent from Jasmine Absolute and Ylang Ylang Oil.

Did you pick up anything from the Kitchen for Valentines? What’s your favourite?