I did it, I took my first ever steps inside a LUSH and I bought something!
Hehehe, I’m funny me.
Lush Snow Fairy – £6.85 – 250g
Snow Fairy refuses to be pigeonholed. All sorts of people fall for her charms. We never fail to be amazed at the wide array of people who seem to love this pink confection. We have photos and letters from you, telling us your little girl likes it, it’s your gran and granddad’s favourite, your brother pinches it, etc,etc. We were even once sent a photo of a bunch of soldiers using it in the barracks showers!
So don’t write Snow Fairy off as pink and girly. It smells of candy floss and pear drops transports all of us back to days of standing in the sweet shop with our pocket money clasped in our fist, trying to decide what to buy.
Grab her and take her into a shower near you – you may have found a friend for life.
Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Lauryl Betaine, Perfume,Propylene Glycol, Synthetic Musk, *Lactic Acid,Titanium Dioxide, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Tin Oxide, Polyester-3, Methyl Ionone, Benzyl Benzoate, Colour 45410, Colour 45380,Methylparaben
Ingredients list copied and pasted from the LUSH website – all links clickable! Thanks for saving me a job, LUSH!
To begin my first baby steps into LUSH, I had to try the most popular LUSH product of all time. I’m talking about LUSH Snow Fairy Shower Gel. I had heard so many good things; even some people claiming to have stockpiled it to last them all year round.
To be honest the product is what it is – a shower gel. It foams up good and leaves me feeling clean. A regular person needs a small amount on a sponge to have a good shower. I, on the other hand, am more partial to almost drowning myself in the shower gel in an attempt to absorb the smell of Snow Fairy by osmosis. I absolutely freakin’ love the smell of this. IT SMELLS SO GOOD. It smells like pear drops, as if you have smuggled a bag of them into the bath with you. I used up my first bottle of this in record time as I just could not stop drizzling myself in the scent. The bottle pictured above is a second bottle I bought before my first one even ran out.
I am torn between saving it as a Christmas treat, or joining the cult of Snow Fairy and stockpiling as many bottles as I can to last me. What a first world problem at it’s finest.
Before I finish, can I just pick a bone with this – “…transports all of us back to days of standing in the sweet shop with our pocket money clasped in our fist, trying to decide what to buy”. What happened to those days? What happened to being able to get buzzed off your chesticles on sweets, crisps and pop with a pound or two? No wonder the youth of today is so feral; I bet if you sat them down with a can of pop, a few Chomps or Freddos and some Transform-a-Snacks they’d be alright. #DanJoFoPrimeMo – let’s make it happen.
Danniella x x x