Friday, 24 October 2014

LUSH Candy Mountain Review!

Hi everyone! So the other day I was on Twitter and I saw a tweet about Christmas stock appearing in Lush and I got very excited. I knew that I had to pick something up to try because guess what... I've never tried a limited edition product from Lush before!




I decided to pick up the Candy Mountain bubble bar as it smelt divine! Very much like bubble gum and sugary sweets - so it's probably not for everyone, but it suited me just right as I love sweet scents. It also looks so pretty! It's shaped like a cone, and is swirled with pink and white, plus covered in little glitters all over.

I only used half of the product for one bath and this was plenty! I crumbled some of it under the running tap and then left the over half for my next bath. It created a mass of bubbles, and turned the water slightly pink. The smell was gorgeous and filled the bathroom and my skin still smelt of it when I got out.



Overall I am so happy with this product! For £2.75 you get two or three baths worth of candy smelling heaven! I really wish it wasn't limited edition! However this does make it extra special and will be one of my winter essentials from now on!

The lowdown -
❤ Would i repurchase? YES!
❤ Rating out of 10? It has to be a 10
❤ Would i recommend it to a friend? I really would!

What do you think?

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18 comments

  1. Great review! I love Lush and I must head down there asap to check out the Christmas collections
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  2. This sounds like something I will love! I really like the sweet bath bits from Lush. I'm very excited about Snow Fairy being back! I think I'll be getting one of these for sure!

    Jenn
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    1. I think you would love it! It remind me a lot of snow fairy. So nice and sweet! Xx

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  3. This sounds like the perfect bubble bar for me, as I love everything that smells or taste like candy. I'm planning on going to Lush next week and will definitely have a look at this one. x

    Speaking Beauty UK | Nars, Urban Decay, YSL GIVEAWAY

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    1. I think it would be perfect for you! Definitely recommend picking this up xx

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  4. Ooh that looks lovely! Sometimes candy scented things can smell really artificial, but sounds like Lush pulled it off.

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    1. It is lovely! This does smell really good :D xx

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  5. Candy Mountain is so cute, I love the sister products, The Christmas Penguin and Wizard, I'd really recommend them! xxx

    Ami | perksofbeingami

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    1. Ooh thanks i've never tried these out before so i'll check them out! xx

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  6. I've always found this too sweet but for some reason I was really drawn to it this year and bought one almost straight away! Can't wait to have my bath with it :)
    Megan x
    London Callings

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    1. It is very sweet but i really like it. It's nice to have occasionally and works so well for Christmas! xx

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  7. That's not a bad price for something so gorgeous, I just wish I had a bath now :'( xxx

    BlondeOfCarbs

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    1. I know it's really affordable, and oh no that's a shame! :( xx

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  8. I just purchased this yesterday and I can't WAIT to have a bath now! It's the simple things eh??

    Emma | The Fashion Six

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  9. I LOVE Lush - they have so many gorgeous products and I love that they fight against animal testing and also that everything is handmade! :)

    Was lovely chatting to you on twitter! :)

    Layla xx

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