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Beauty - Lush yummy Mummy shower cream review

Hey lovelies,
You may remember a few weeks ago I visited Lush and picked up a few bits including this Yummy Mummy shower cream and I promised you a little review, well here it is.......
Now the thing is with Lush shower creams they can seem a little on the pricey side at £4.95 for a 100ml, but a little goes a long way and I find they last me quite a while, I am currently alternating between this one and the Snow fairy I picked up at Christmas and I still have plenty of both left.
Now for Yummy Mummy, this has been released to co-inside with Mothers day so I'm not sure how long it will be available for, but if you enjoy Lush's sweeter smelling offerings I think you will enjoy this, it is packed with fair trade cocoa butter and tonka absolute with Brazilian orange and geranium oils, making it smell sweet and delicious without being to sickly or over powering. I adore the smell and love the subtle scent it leaves on my skin. It also of course being from Lush makes me skin feel gorgeously soft as well as clean and I am digging the bright purple colour. I would actually say this is my new favourite scent and I will be sad when you can't buy it anymore.
So lovelies if you like cocoa butter scents get yourself down to Lush and get yourself a bottle of this yummy stuff while you can,

What other shower creams would you recommend? let me know in the comments.

You can see what else I bought in Lush here


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  2. Ohhh this sounds lovely hun, I will be giving it a whiff when I go into Lush next week thats for sure hehe! xoxo


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