Friday, 25 November 2011

the melting snowman




This weeks Lush review features another of their Christmas products, The Melting Snowman, which is a cute snowman shaped bath melt complete with real (dairy free - he's vegan friendly!) chocolate drops as his eyes and buttons. Doesn't he look good enough to eat?

This bath melt reminds me of a butterball bathbomb in the sense that it gives the water the same luxurious oily, velvety touch that leaves your skin feeling silky soft for days afterwards. He has a lovely marizpan fragrance, with a hint of the traditional Christmas spice scent. When melted in your bath, the smell isn't as strong as some products are but it's prominent enough to enjoy whilst soaking in the tub with your favourite book. Unlike other Lush products, there's no glitter, no exciting colour changes within the water and no bubbles which some might find boring, but for me this bath melt is all about relaxing and taking care of your skin and you don't necessarily need (or miss) those features for that.

At just £1.95 this really is a bargain, especially since it's possible to break it in half (if you can bring yourself to, just look at his little face!) and use it twice. These would make great stocking fillers this Christmas!
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21 comments

  1. Seems a bit of a waste of chocolate to put it in the bath! He looks really cute though :)

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  2. This looks great! I might have to pick one up in Lush tomorrow :)

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  3. Is it weird that I want to eat it? Hah, it sounds lovely!

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  4. Aww, he looks gorgeous! I'm definitely gonna go buy one as part of a secret santa present I've got at work.

    xoxo.

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  5. that is the cutest thing ever! xx

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  6. These are adorable! You could never break it in half surely??? :-O poor little snowman.

    I have seen these in the shop a few times but resisted buying one. I think I shall go make several christmas purchases now. It is so easy buying christmas presents for Lush crazy friends!

    http://lovelettersandsnippets.blogspot.com/

    xxxx

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  7. he is super cute, but also kind of looks like hes been squished! xx

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  8. Definitely going to get this one for my sister- she loves Lush stuff :) xx

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  9. This is a really good price, especially if you can get 2 uses out of him! I hadn't realised they were chocolate drops! x

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  10. Awww I want one now <3
    xoxo
    Ellie

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  11. This is so si adorable and sounds perfect. I know where I'll be going for secret Santa (and probably get one for myself too!).

    wishfulsinfulyoy.blogspot.com

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  12. These are adorable! I need to make a trip to lush soon for all their christmas goodies xo

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  13. aw! they are too cute for words - deffo gunna have to buy some as Xmas presents!
    xo

    www.harrietsstyleshuffle.blogspot.com

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  14. I am off to Westfield on the 10th so will def have to stop at Lush!
    Sophie
    x

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  15. Lush's holiday collections are always my favorite! I have to go get some of these, as well as some bath bombs soon :) Thanks for the heads up.

    xoxo,

    Janet

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  16. I only recently tried my first bath melt (can't for the life of me remember it's name!) and it was just so soft and gorgeous! Admittedly I had been sceptical about them (not a fan of ballistics so that's maybe why) but when I got one as a present I realised I had been missing out! I usually ask for Lush products at birthday/Christmas so hopefully some of this year's Christmas goodies will be hidden in my stocking! x

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  17. They look soo edible lol

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  18. Super cute! I'm so glad you said it's like butterball because that is soo lovely, silky soft skin! Really good value for £1.95 this is definitely going in a few Christmas stockings! xx

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  19. Haha, this looks like ice creme with some raisins (christmas dessert)^^

    http://www.larissa-d.de/blog/

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