Calm those pre-wedding nerves with Lush shower jelly

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Ahh, Lush, the place of bath bomb dreams, soap overloads and a place you smell before you see. This cruelty-free brand offers the world a piece of relaxation and happiness all wrapped in one where you can buy products that do wonders from your skin.

If you're bored of using normal soap and shower gels, spice up your shower routine with two new shower jellies. These two creations are great to calm and soothe the mind from any worry you might have about your big-day.

There are multiple ways to use these products, maybe you want to squish them for a creamy lather or you might chop then into simple use washes. If your feeling extra adventures, you can even keep them in the fridge or freezer to give you a boost of energy.

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Lush Co-founder Mark Constantine talks about the shower jellies and says it provides an "Instant sauna and roll in the snow, but just in the shower!"

The first shower jelly is called Twilight which is packed full of soothing lavender oil and warming tonka to make you feel comfortable to take your mind somewhere new. Benzoin resinoid relaxes you with its protective properties.

The shower jelly is Conga Shower with raspberry juice and vanilla absolute smells divine while almond milk gives the skin a boost of hydration. The products can be found online and in stores costing £5.50 and comes in 100g.

Discover lush here: www.uk.lush.com

 
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