When I first started blogging, the Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel was raved about by absolutely everyone, and you couldn’t watch a favourites video without Snow Fairy being mentioned. I tried the Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel maybe six years ago, and I remember not being wowed, but when I placed a recent Lush Christmas order, I decided to purchase it again to see what the fuss is all about.
Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel
Whilst Snow Fairy isn’t raved about as much as it was six to eight years ago, it’s still a bestselling cult favourite for Lush, and there’s now a massive range of Snow Fairy products. With bath bombs, bubble bars, body spray, body conditioner, solid highlighter, shampoo bar and even merch!
“This candy-sweet Christmas shower gel is packed with plastic-free glitter. Shimmer with Lush Snow Fairy magic that comes but once a year.“
The Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel is available in four different sizes; 100g £5, 250g £10, 500g £17.50 and 1 kg £28. I bought the 100g bottle, and £5 is expensive for only 100g but Lush‘s shower gels are all pretty pricey.
Inside the bottle, you can see purple sparkle gathering on the bottom of the bottle, but the shimmer never translates onto the skin so it feels a little pointless. It smells sickly sweet, but in a good way, and is like candy floss in a bottle. I
t doesn’t lather well when used directly onto the skin, but it lathers a lot better when used with a shower puff. I love how soft the Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel leaves my skin, but it’s just not a wow kind of shower gel. I ordered two other shower gels at the same time I ordered the Snow Fairy Shower Gel, and I’ll feature them also, very soon!
You can find the Lush Snow Fairy Shower Gel right here.
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