i bought the candy mountain bubble bar ($6.50), because its scent was described as similar to Snow fairy, and even online i could see the incredible shimmer. i do love the shimmer of this product, however the scent is a bit too sherbetty for my liking, so unless it does something magically in the bath, i dont think i will repurchase this one any time soon.
Lush sold me on the bombardino bath ballistic when they described it as a lemon meringue pie scent. this product disappointed me when it arrived, as its resemblance to lemon meringue, or even lemon in general, is lost on me. the smell is ok, but nothing like i was expecting, plus overall bath ballistics dont impress me, as they dont seem to do a whole lot besides colour the water. however, it was only $5.50 so i dont feel it was a complete waste of money.
finally, the free sample of Let the Good Times Roll Cleanser ($free!) is amazing. it smells of caramel popcorn, and although i very rarely clean my face, (naughty, i know!) i look forward to using this cleanser, and who knows, maybe itll motivate me to start a regular face regime..
also with my order, lush included one of their 'Fresh Matters' catalogue books, which i think is fabulous! it includes all of their products with prices and ingredients. it also includes all of their gift sets and a little about their philosophy. this book is a great thing to have to be able to look up everything you need to know!