This Holiday Season, Smell your Karma!

Holiday season has just started and we all are looking for perfect gifts for our loved ones. Yesterday, after coming back from tour of Thailand with my love of life, I wanted to give her something magical to make her feel like on tropical island in a bath. I went for a shopping next day and saw different shops on Princes Street, Edinburgh and stumbled upon the shop of Lush. I smelled different soap with amazing aromas. Among all, I love the smell of Karma (quite interesting name too).

Courtesy: Lush

 

Since, I was so overwhelmed with smell of different soaps, I decided to order two from their online store to see if smell same and feel good on skin. I did not regret my decision as it smell and feel amazing. I hope she love it too 🙂

Courtesy: Lush

An all-time classic, Karma is the ultimate LUSH scent. Spicy patchouli is complemented with refreshing lemongrass, orange oil and pine oil to create a clean and lovely smell that lasts on the skin for ages after you’ve washed. One whiff and you’ll be hooked – for this life and the next. There’s enough Karma fragrance in each bar to perfume your whole body each time you wash, and transport you back to the days of free love and flower power. Give yourself good Karma; if you’ve been mindful and brimming with loving kindness, this is the soap to reward you.

Features
Pineing for Karma: Known for its refreshing green scent, Aromatherapists use pine oil for its cleansing and antiseptic qualities.
Lovely lavendin: Lavendin oil is used in our Karma range, from soap to fragrance and hair care. It helps to soothe the skin and promote a calmer mood.
Good Karma: Due to customer demand, we’ve created an entire range so you can wash, bubble and bathe in Karma from head to toe.

Let me know what you think about the product if you have purchased it in past or plan to purchase it.

Happy Holidays Everyone!

 

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This entry was published on November 29, 2014 at 9:19 pm. It’s filed under Inspiration, Tips and Tricks and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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