Lush Melting Snowman Review

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Melting Snowman was always a product that I avoided in the past. I don't know why, I'd never even picked it up to smell it. I guess there was just something about the way it looked that put me off and that I didn't imagine it smelling all that good. I was very very wrong. I read a few reviews of this and discovered that it actually smells spicy and Christmas-y. There's nothing I love more than warm spicy smells. At £1.95 a pop it's also one of the cheapest bath melts out there so I decided to give it a shot.

When I put this in the bath it sort of fizzed and began to 'melt'. This didn't really do much to the water, just make it sort of milky so I didn't really think it was worth taking a photo. When I bought this the guy that works in Lush said: "I love zis one but I like to mix eet een. I like zee bright colours."(I think he's French but I'm really bad at placing accents). He had a point. I think it would be cool if this had one of the hidden cores that some Lush products have. It does give off a great scent though. Very cinnamon-y with a hint of clove, perfect on a cold winter night.

One thing about this is that it's very moisturising. It contains cocoa butter(which I'm pretty is what the eyes are made of, at first I thought they were chocolate chips!) and various oils including patchouli oil and clove leaf oil. This would be great if you have dry skin and I found no need to moisturise after getting out the bath.

Overall I'm glad that I finally tried this as it's now one of my top Lush smells, I might go back and ask the sexy French guy what he likes to mix it in wish and see what sort of Lush cocktail I can make with it.

Side note: I also think that it's worth saying that Stuart and I have been dating a year today! 

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