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As a self-confessed Lush Cosmetics addict, one of the few items that I hadn't tried out were the luxury bath melts. Earlier this month, I popped into my favourite Lush brand in Covent Garden, London, and got persuaded into trying their Floating Island bath melt. I'm sure you all know about Lush's amazing customer service by now, and this branch is no exception, the SA who served me was so good & persuasive, I left with a huge bag of goodies as opposed to er, just my usual facemask. Ooops.



I specifically went in looking for a product to relax and 'revive' me, as I believe it was my last day working for more! Magazine when I went. The bath melts never appealed to me, leaving me thinking of a gooey kind of melted product floating in my bath! I just didn't understand the product! So off I trotted, beautiful smelling Lush bag in hand, with my very first bath melt and...

I'm converted! The Floating Island Bath Melt smells so yummy, a really soft and warm scent which isn't as strong as most Lush scents, but it works better this way. Simply pop in the bath and leave to melt! This smells of vanilla and sandalwood, and is such a warming scent, I think it would be even more perfect in the autumn & winter. It is also very moisturising and the scent is long lasting.

Verdict: 9/10

11 comments

  1. I love Lush's bath melts and this one is no exception! I still need to try the cherry one :) xxx

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  2. Same thing happened to me - went in looking for one item, came out with a huge bag! :P

    May have to try this one next. :) x

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  3. Sounds yummy... and looks good enough to eat ^^

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  4. The SA in Covent Garden scare me. I had one that followed me around the whole store showing me products her cats liked! It was a bit like erm weirdo lol Floating Island is amazing though =]

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  5. i find the smell in lush shops a little bit overwhelming, but i have had good times with their bath bombs so.. i might have to try this :) xo

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  6. i tried the pink bath melt once but i prefer my bubble bars, so indulgent. i love lush though.

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  7. katy: i hadn't tried any before, but this is just amazing! im going to have to stock up for my visits home because i dont have a bath at my new place ):

    evelyn: thats always the way haha! yess you should!

    gaby: haha trust me it smells even better ;) this is already one of my favourites from lush i think!

    rochelle: oh god, her cats?! thats a little creepy! i always seem to get the lovely SA's at covent garden (: i always end up buying everything that they suggest to me because i feel mean otherwise!

    mi: i know what you mean, especially in smaller branches as the smell is more confined to one room :/ its worth making a mail order too though, you can request samples by their mail order service!

    helen: i love their bubble bars! (:

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  8. I was worried this one might be oily, like the butterball, which is why I havent tried it yet. You should deffinately try the Melting Marshmallow Moment, it smella amazing and leaves you all soft! Deffo my fav :) x

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  9. khaki nail polish! be still my beating heart....
    jenn.x

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  10. oo, our house is always full of lush stuff (my housemate works in the newcastle store; his boyfriend is the manager of the metrocentre store...), but i don't believe i've tried this one! i know there's a bag of tricks in his room; perhaps i'll coax some sort of bath treat out of him next time i'm in a bath mood!
    jenn.x

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  11. cakeylu: thats what i was worried about with the melts in general! i love butterball, doesn't leave me oily at all! i must have just had thirsty skin at the time!

    jenn: ohh wow! id love to work at lush and spend my days promoting and playing with new lush products, ive tried so many of them! i love their shower jellies as well, probably my favourite products along with fresh face mask.

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