Lush’s Cheeky Valentine’s Day Series Includes Peach and Aubergine Soaps / Naked Shower Gels

‘Tis the season for love !

Even if you find Valentine’s Day overrated, there’s no harm in indulging in something nice for the occasion, whether it’s for yourself or as a gift for a s/o / loved one (hintcough*hint). Skip the flowers and chocolates, and go for these lovely bath time treats from Lush. If nothing else, they’re fun and pretty cheeky!


Love Boat bath bomb

Set sail with the Love Boat, which promises something for everyone with the tangy sherbet scent of orange and Sicilian lemon. The bath bomb releases waves of vibrant colour and swathes of glittering hearts, taking you down the river on a scent-sational cruise.


Peachy bath bomb

A slow-fizzling cheeky number that releases bursts of juicy grapefruit and sweet davana. Swoon over pink swirls of colour as you relax in the water: the perfect sweet treat after a fruity session.

Aubergine bath bomb

This steamy bath bomb emits scents of uplifting bergamot and fruity ho wood. Created with tongues planted firmly in cheeks, Aubergine will shoot green and blue foam from both ends. Give someone the gift of a fast fizzing tip filled with tonka and litsea.


Unicorn Horn bubble bar

The rare Unicorn Horn bubble bar will make you believe in magic again with its enchanted pink waters, infused with relaxing lavender and sparkling with lustre – just like the magical lakes on the Isle of Lushland where unicorns bathe.

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Prince Charming shower gel

Once upon a time, a soapy saviour emerged to enchant the shower routine. This smooth operator packs a punch, but still manages to charm with a soft marshmallow root and vanilla pod decoction smile.

Prince Charming naked shower gel

What’s better than Prince Charming? Prince Charming, but naked. Take a peek beneath the coat of shining armour to discover sweet and juicy suds of fresh pomegranate and rich vanilla. A happy ever after is guaranteed with this nude noble.


Love Locket amaze ball bath bomb

Unlock your heart’s true potential and release it in a spectacle of strawberry-scented swirls. Full to the brim with tiny bath bomb hearts, feel all aflutter in the bath, thanks to uplifting orange and cosy tonka.


Aubergine soap

Bulging with fruity bergamot, zingy litsea cubeba and sweet tonka, this scent has stamina, lasting on the skin long into the night. For suds worthy of a swipe right, take a firm grip and lather up.

Peachy soap

Ripe and plump, this is soap you can get behind. Brand spanking new and dripping in peach, grapefruit and davana, a lather with this soap with leave you feeling sweet and cheeky.


Naked Attractive massage bar

Get up close and personal with this massage bar, which promises a sensual scent of jasmine that surrounds you as you glide it over your (or someone else’s) skin for a seductively soft finish.

It’s what on the inside that counts, but you can also impress your recipient with a nice package, as Lush offers several quirky knot wraps:


The Karmasutra


Let’s Get Physical



BRB gonna go get an aubergine soap from the nearest Lush. 😉 


*Photos courtesy of Lush PR Malaysia 

Happy Valentine’s! – Sisters Curry Mee Seapark, Makeup, Borderlands

It’s already the 15th, but I thought I’d wish you guys a Happy Valentine’s anyway! My Facebook feed was full of lovey-dovey couple pictures taken at expensive restaurants, girls showing off their flower bouquets and gifts, as well as single people posting memes on how much they hated V-Day. How did you spend yours? 🙂

I spent mine just like any ol’ working Saturday. I had a morning food assignment ‘date(??)’ with my photographer, where we went to check out the Sisters Curry Mee stall in Seapark, PJ.


Lauded as one of the best curry laksa noodles in PJ, there are loads of rave reviews on the Internet about this humble little stall which operates from Sum Fatt Coffee Shop (Jalan 21/11b,next to Maybank). It has been around for twenty years and is run by two nice sisters. I was lucky because there wasn’t a big crowd and they had more time to chat.

The secret to good laksa, according to them, is not to skimp on ingredients. They prepare the curry paste themselves, grinding and mixing the various herbs and spices that go into making a nice, flavourful bowl of broth. The price is slightly pricier than other outlets – at RM6 – but after trying it I can see why people keep coming back for more.

A small serving of the curry laksa (I opted for meehoon and yellow mee) comes chock full of crunchy beansprouts, soft tofu, tender chicken strips and juicy cockles. The cockles were quite big and I had them top up another RM2 extra cockles.

The curry soup itself was addictive, not too salty and had more curry than santan (I don’t like how some places overload with the coconut milk). The flavour is thick and you can tell it was made from paste instead of curry powder – you don’t get that ‘instant’ feeling to it.

Anyway, I’d rate it an 8/10.


A pro at work


Anyway, since it was Valentine’s and all, I treated myself to some new clothes from Kitschen 🙂 


And some make-up items from The Body Shop. It was pricier than my usual Watsons or Guardian haul, but I hope they’ll be of better quality.

And then I had a Vanilla Oreo Frappucino at Cosans Coffee. 

Is it lonely for me on Valentine’s Day? A little. It’s not like my boyfriend lives next door (I’m in an LDR). But let’s hope this will change next year. 🙂 An ideal date for me would be a home-cooked meal/pizza with extra cheese, some old action movies at home while snuggling with Cheppeh the cat.


Some really cute colourful sheep deco at Sunway Pyramid shopping mall. 🙂

I got home to a surprise – my boyfriend gave me a Valentine’s Day gift on Steam! It’s a game I’ve been wanting to play for a really long time – Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! He really understands me 😛 I don’t like flowers and teddies. Games on the other hand…

Can’t wait to play it! It’s still downloading because my internet sucks, but yeah.

Happy Valentine’s!