Friday, 8 April 2016

I Love .... Superdrug style

I Love ... Cosmetics has been a brand I have always adored for their amazing scented bath, body and beauty products. So I was super excited when I heard they were releasing seven new scents and some fabulous new products* to their collection. 

When I saw that the new range included bath bombs and bath melts that just sealed the deal for me, I'm rather obsessed with bath products! The Mint Choc Chip scent is one of my many favourites from the collection, it smells super sweet n minty, this bath bomb filled the room with its delicious fragrance while and when it had fizzled away. I thought this was a lovely change to my Lush bath bombs and costs £3.00 RRP.

The seven different scents to the new range are:
Coconut Ice
Minty Choc Chip
Lemon Meringue 
Mango Cheesecake 
Raspberry Ripple
Strawberry Cream
Chocolate Fudge Cake

The main product from the range that comes in every scent is the bath and shower creme (£2.99 RRP), these come in a huge 500ml size that lasts for ages and look super cute. They can either be used as bubble bath poured under your running bath water or massaged in to damp skin as your bath/shower gel.

The Raspberry Ripple and Coconut Ice are my favourite scents. Raspberry Ripple is sweet heaven and actually smells of drumstick lolly, as pointed out by my fellow beauty blogger Lauraxxjohnsonxx. The Coconut Ice to me reminds me of my holidays, fresh and clean. I definitely want to try out the Chocolate Fudge cake and they also have some new smashable soaps which sound interesting. 

What do you think of the newbies from I Love Cosmetics? Check out the full range here on and let me know which products you would pick. 

Enjoy. Karen x JinksyBeauty x 

1 comment

Keri Jones said...

I adore this range. I had no idea they had released new products though. I will be going to my local Superdrug tomorrow to get some bath bombs and hopefully some of the smashable soap you mentioned above. I cant wait to smell the new fragrances :) xx

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