Wednesday, March 20, 2013

nikkibridesmaid asked: What are your views on the tooth tablet things? I want to try them out but I'd like to know if they taste decent and actually work.

To be quite honest, I hate them. Granted, I’ve only tried one kind, one time. But it was enough to make me regret that purchase immediately. Now, I bought the “Dirty” kind so perhaps other flavors are better. But this one just tasted like I was chewing chalk. It didn’t feel refreshing or clean in the least.

I’d ask for a sample first to see if it’s your thing. The texture and lack of refreshing flavor just didn’t work for me. Although the price is not high, I don’t think they are worth buying unless you could try them first!

Hope this helps.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012
storybook:

Pink water and bubbles! #lush (Taken with Instagram at The Cottages Of Baton Rouge)

storybook:

Pink water and bubbles! #lush (Taken with Instagram at The Cottages Of Baton Rouge)

Sunday, April 1, 2012 Saturday, March 31, 2012

ameganthomas:

It’s a Lush life!

Friday, March 30, 2012
ameganthomas:

Honey I washed the kids!

ameganthomas:

Honey I washed the kids!

Product Review: LUSH COSMETICS: Dreamtime Bath Melt

mskassinova:

When should you drop this luxuriously creamy, sleep-inducing herbal bath melt into the water? Bedtime! It may look small, but its secret strengths lie in its seductive scent. Dreamtime is a natural sleep remedy that makes your worries fade away with all of the most calming and relaxing essential oils we could think of - jasmine, lavender, chamomile and sandalwood. Melt one of these into your tub when you need softer skin and pleasant dreams. Kiss insomnia goodnight. Slip one of these dreamy wonders into your bath when you need a relaxed mind and body. Soaking in melted cocoa butter hydrates and softens your entire body. Exotic sandalwood aids restful sleep and relaxes you head to toe.

I love this product. No. I do. I love it. I love, love, love it. I originally bought the “You’ve Been Mangoed” melt, and my husband got it and this mixed up during a gift exchanged (he bought it). As it turned out, I had a handmade artisan bath bomb and body cream that I’d got as gifts, so it turned out to be a really great bath experience. I halved my bath melt and bomb and put them in together, with a bit of epsom salt. My bath water was gorgeous, smelled incredibly relaxing and was very moisturizing. I actually ended up nodding off in the tub for a little bit.

After my bath, I used the lavender body cream to lock in the moisture and went to bed feeling perfectly relaxed. I am so excited that I have some of this left. I will definitely be using it again. Between the bomb and the melt, there were little flowers floating in my bathwater. It did exactly what it claimed to, and I felt like a Queen using it.