For Christmas, I received the Lush Astronomical Gift Sets from one of my best friends. A few nights ago, I used up my last Lush bath bomb before realising I had this awesome little gift set stashed away! I decided, because it's so pretty and I rarely get the gift sets, I would show you all what's inside this one.
In this box set, you get four products. I was delighted to see two of the most gorgeous bath bombs included in this one; the Intergalactic Bath Bomb and The Experimenter Bath Bomb. Both make absolutely gorgeous bath art. A Comforter Shower Cream and Monsters & Aliens Fun was also included.
The products included were so gorgeous and bright. I love the packaging of the box too, it's just so vibrant.
The first product that caught my eye is The Comforter Shower Cream. I've tried this a few times before in the past and absolutely love it. It has a lovely soft berry scent that's so unique yet appealing. It makes my skin feel so soft and nourished.
There was also a tub of the super cute Monsters & Aliens Fun. I've had Fun before yet never really used it. I had no idea how many uses this particular product had, so I'll definitely give it a go. The shades are gorgeous, too.
One of my favourite bath bombs, The Experimenter Bath Bomb, was also included in this box. It has a beautiful vanilla scent that really packs a punch. The bath art is also absolutely incredible - just do a quick Instagram search and you will discover beautiful baths full of vibrant colour.
Last but not least, the gorgeous Intergalactic Bath Bomb was the perfect addition for an outer-space themed gift box. The bath art for this one creates a stunning galaxy in your bath tub which is beyond beautiful. With an explosive peppermint scent, this one is perfect for a rejuvenating pamper session.
Overall, I was pretty darn happy with this gift set. It's perfect for anyone who loves a good, relaxing bath. Considering you get an array of gorgeous products, I think the price of $39.95 is relatively fair.
Have you tried any of the above Lush Cosmetics products? If so, what are your thoughts?