ADMIT it – the Christmas countdown doesn't truly begin until Lush unveils its annual launch of festive products.
Well with just over two months to go until our favourite day of the year (who's counting?), our favourite bath bomb creators has officially launched their dreamy Christmas collection – and prices start from just £2.75.
- Santa Bath Bomb, £9.95 from Lush – buy now
As always, Lush has all their bases covered and released festive soaps, shower gel, bath bombs AND reusable bubble bars.
In total, the brand has brought out 32 new bath bombs – including penguins, elves and an enormous Santa Claus.
But if you can't justify stocking up on ALL the festive treats just yet, then the brand's soothing £7 bath oil tablets are another way to ease your way into the Christmas season.
Along with a spicy cinnamon orange scent, Lush has released citrus snowman and cocoa butter tree tablets.
- Cinnamon Orange Bath Oil Tablet, £6.95 from Lush – buy now
- Luxury Lush Pud Giant Bombshell, £14.95 from Lush – buy now
- Magic Lamp, £8.95 from Lush – buy now
Although be warned, the tablets start melting the second they get warm so they're best kept in a cool location – if they last that long, that is.
And to ease our conscience at a time of year where we waste approximately 184762 rolls of wrapping paper with our lacklustre skills, Lush has launched a 100 per cent recycled paper as part of their gift wrapping service.
What's more, stores across the country will be selling organic cotton knot wraps as an alternative to wrapping paper for £5.
- Golden Pear Soap, £7.50 from Lush – buy now
- Magic Wand Bubble Bar, £6.50 from Lush – buy now
Catering for all budgets this Christmas, the indulgent beauty goodies start at just £2.50 for a shower bomb and go up to £14.95 for a supersize Christmas pud bath bomb.
And if that wasn't enough, lucky Lush fans who live in Liverpool will be able to visit their megastore which has devoted a whole entire FLOOR to their Christmas stock.
Unsurprisingly, Christmas has also come early for the stores in London's Oxford Circus and Birmingham.
And just in case you're wanting to spread out the bath bomb fun, Lush has finally brought out their own beauty advent calendar packed full of their best-sellers – it's socially acceptable to whip out the Christmas bubble bath in October, right?
For more beauty must-haves, Charlotte Tilbury is now selling a £19 limited-edition lip gloss version of her cult Pillow Talk lipstick.
And Aldi is selling a £4 dupe of Pixi's best-selling rose oil serum – but it's £22 cheaper.
Plus acne sufferers have praised Huda Beauty's £32 Faux Filter foundation for covering up scarring.
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