It has been so long since I have seen this much snow. I can't walk outside without getting snow in my socks. I can honestly say I will not miss it when Spring comes. While I hate the cold and ice, it seems that severe weather conditions bring out the best in people. Someone was always there to help push when me and my boyfriend got stuck in a drift. And we were just as happy to help anyone in the same situation, including a guy who ran out of gas and had to chip away the ice on his trunk to find his gas can. Every time I walk out side it seems so cold, but whenever I was helping someone I didn't seem to notice as much.
All I really want to do in the winter is sit in a long warm bath. Lush had an after Christmas buy one get one sale, and you already know I couldn't resist. I only spent $33 total, which is basically like the price of two original priced items. Give or take. A lot of these products are sold out due to the fact that they were holiday specials, but I'm hoping this will give you some insight on similar products, which I will link.
From the front you can see the colorful side of the bar. On the other side is a thin, white, silky layer. The white side is much more moisturizing. This bar is bigger than the bar of Sea Vegetable from my last Lush haul, but it does not smell nearly as good in my opinion. I have never had baked Alaska, but this soap smells like it came out of the garden, not the oven. Regardless, It still smells sweet.
Lush sent me a small sample of the Karma soap with my order. It is a red bar with a potent aroma. Karma is the only bar of soap I have yet to use from lush that retains it's scent on the skin for so long. It is also the most masculine of all the Lush products I have used. It smells like musky woods, and lemon. It isn't my personal favorite, but I could see it being a great gift for a guy. This is the only product this is currently still in stock.
I like to do these reviews as soon as I get done using the products for the first time. I think the initial experience gets lost after repeated use, and I never like to be bias. So, I'm sitting here in my bath robe typing up this post, and all I can hope for is that you find my words honest and genuine.
Thanks for reading!!