Monday, August 20, 2007

Bath Bombs



I love this store-Lush! I first heard about Lush through magazines. Celebrities were using and loving the products. I saw my first Lush store in Beverly Hill, California while attending a conference a couple of years ago. My group of teachers that I was there with, ventured out in the evening after the meetings. Well, we arrived too late and the store was closed so I could only drool through the window. When I arrived home, I searched the Internet and looked all through the site. I ordered the catalog and thumbed through the pages. Last December, while waiting to catch our plane in Orlando, I made my way to the Lush store in the airport! I was so thrilled. I ordered more than I could carry on the plane so I had some shipped home. DH was very nervous because I kept referring to them as my bombs and he knew that we would be detained due to security issues. We were not but it was funny at the time. Last week, I made my way to the Lush store on Decatur Street in New Orleans and picked up some more bath bombs. Even my DS picked out one that he liked. While chatting with the salesgirl she said that one may be opening in my city soon. I was ecstatic! I will be one of the first customers.

What is the best way to restore your happy state of mind? Soaking in a tub that smells so gorgeous. A bath bomb is not a cube, it's a huge round circle but sometimes they can be other shapes like a heart or biscuit. When you put the bomb in your tub it will burst and explode with a mass of fizzing and some will fill the tub with confetti or flower petals. After it has fizzed out, you are left to enjoy the calmness as you breath in all the fragrance and beneficial natural scents. Lush has the perfect balance of essential oils to relax you.
Due to the busyness and stressful time of year for me,Back to School, I will be enjoying a bath bomb in the near future. Hope you will try one soon also!

1 comment:

Terri and Bob said...

You find the neatest things. Of course I have to try one now!