From the LUSH Kitchen – Bubbling Under Bubble bar & Demon in the Dark soap 

So if you follow Lush on twitter and Instagram you would be hard pushed not to notice the fact that Lush Oxford street is opening this week. amazingly  they have over 100 exclusively available products, available to this store. 

Now obviously we are not all situated in London so getting access to these exclusive goodies is going to be a tough one. Fear not though as there is another way you can get your hands on some exclusive limited edition goodies. 

Have you heard of the Lush Kitchen? If you haven’t then you really are missing out. The Lush Kitchen is a real kitchen in Poole, Dorset, where Lush HQ is based. This is also one of the locations of the Lush Spa.  

 What they do here is create exclusive limited edition products in small batches, that you can purchase through the website. All items are usually in the process of being made as they go on sale. They are then shipped as soon as they have finished being made. You can’t getter a fresher product than that. 

It’s worth checking the kitchen website early on in the day as items sell out fast. Particurly if it is a old favourite product that has been discontinued or is only seasonal. 

Each item arrives with a picture of the chef creating your product, which I think is a really nice touch.   
This Bubbling Under bubble bar I recieved last week, I was literally stalking the website to get my hands on it. 


Let’s just say I am not disappointed, it smells amazing. With coarse sea salt, seaweed, lime and lavander oils this has a super breezy refreshing sent. I can’t wait to take a bath with this. 

Not only that, but I can’t get enough of the vivid blue colour, it’s so pretty. 

The other product I have managed to get my grubby little mitts on is the Demon in the Dark soap. Another amazing smelling product. It has a very awakening peppermint scent. 

This is encased in a removable black wax coating, so I think should keep fresh for longer. Don’t quote me on that though! 

  Other ingredients include coconut oil and organic apple juice, it really does have a unique refreshing scent. 

I tend to try and treat myself to an order once a month. I like that you can combine your order with regular Lush products, making it worth the delivery fee. I usually leave a little note in the gift section requesting a comple of samea of other products I want to try, which I am so grateful for. 

I have some a cute little honey I washed kids soap to try and a little pot of lemony  flutter cuticle butter to try. 

Have you tried anything from the Lush Kitchen before? What has been you favourite excusive product? 

Bye for now, Katy 🙂