Lush Bohemian Soap.

It's been a little while since I did a Lush review so I thought, no time like the present and all that.

I'm trying to be a better blogger at the moment and schedule posts for the week. To anyone else that does this, it's a lot easier, right? I didn't actually want this post up yet either, but I clicked to post instead of scheduling. Oops. Have it anyway ...

What says:
The mind-clearing lemon one. Bohemian soap is one of our simplest and most beautiful creations; we make it for those with a creative streak to help them to realise their masterworks. Do you work late into the night, then forget to get up in the morning and miss your deadlines? The lemon oil in Bohemian serves many purposes. It clears and refreshes the mind to invigorate you. It is cleansing and toning for the skin, so it really will keep artistic types clean, even if you can't afford a hot bath very often.

I got this on my first trip to Lush last year and have only got round to using it recently. I was using Lush Sandstone. I thought both of these would be quite similar considering they are both lemony scented soaps.

It's the same but different. The scents are quite similar but I personally think Bohemian is that little bit sweeter. It looks somewhat like cloudy lemonade, that was the first thing that came to mind. The scent reminds me more of that then anything else, which I love.

Unlike Sandstone, it's just a soap. No scrubby bits. No fancy glitter or anything Lush like putting in their soaps. A plain and simple soap. I actually really like it. I find it really very moisturising and the scent lasts for quite a while after.

Are you after this or have you had it before? Let me know what you think.

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