Hey Hearters! Even if you don't want to sound basic, if you've used a Lush product before, you've probably loved it (this is not a promo lol). But sometimes, we don't want to spend the money on it. Below I'm going to show you some recipes for copycat Lush products including: face masks, bath bombs, shower jellies, and more. Let's go!

1. DIY Cupcake Face Mask

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- Mint Leaves (5 sprigs)
- Rhassoul Clay/Multani Mitti/Fuller's Earth (1 tsp)
- Cocoa Powder (1 tsp)
- Cocoa Butter or Cocoa Butter Lotion (1 tsp)
- Glycerin (1/2 tsp)
- Sandalwood Oil (4-ish drops)
- Honey (1/2 tsp)
- Rosewater/Water (enough to make the ingredients into a paste)

1. Grind up the mint leaves in a blender or by hand (add a bit of water if needed)
2. Mix all ingredients well

Apply the mask with a brush or your hands. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes then wash off.

This recipe was based off of this website: https://makeupandbeauty.com/lush-cupcake-face-mask-home/

2. DIY Lush Lip Scrub

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- Olive Oil (1/2 tsp)
- Granulated Sugar (1/2 tsp)
- Vanilla Extract (1 drop)
- Food Coloring (optional, 1-2 drops) It might stain your lips, so pick a color like pink.

1. Mix all ingredients
2. Put in a small lip balm container

Use to gently exfoliate lips.

Recipe based off of this website: http://diyjoy.com/diy-lip-scrub-lush-copycat-recipe#

3. DIY Shower Jellies

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- Colored Shower Gel
- Agar Agar or Gelatine
- Body-Friendly Dye (ONLY if your shower gel is not colored)

1. Boil ingredients in 1 cup of water
2. Mix well and pour into the container or mold of your choice (you can use ice trays, plastic cups, shaped molds, or whatever works!)
3. Allow them to COMPLETELY cool before storing or using. Make sure to keep them in a cool and dry place (not your shower) like your fridge.

Recipe based off of this website: http://www.ellesees.net/2015/08/diy-shower-bath-jellies-lush-inspired.html

4. DIY Aromacreme Deodorant

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- Shea Butter (3 tbsp)
- Baking Soda (3 tbsp)
- Cornstarch (2 tbsp)
- Cocoa Butter (2 tbsp)
- Vitamin E Oil
- Essential Oil of choice (suggested: orange and ylang ylang)
- Glycerin (optional, for softer cream)

1. Melt everything except the oils in the microwave
2. Stir in oils, pour into a jar, and wait until it has completely set before using

Use as deodorant or hand cream.

Based off of this recipe: http://angrychicken.typepad.com/angry_chicken/2008/07/homemade-deodor.html

5. DIY Bath Bombs

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Since I'm lazy and this article has taken me forever to write, click this link to find a complete guide to making bath bombs at home!: https://www.muffinchanel.com/2016/03/make-your-own-bath-bombs-lush-inspired/


Thanks for reading. Happy Hearting!