Stephanie in Switzerland talking about Lush bath products

I have no idea why I’m watching Stephanie Booth (who is a school teacher in Switzerland) video herself talking about Lush bath products, but as long as it doesn’t get me a divorce, I guess it’s OK.

Lush’s stuff sounds like good Christmas gifts to get, though. Stephanie writes more about Lush here. Might be good for male geeks to buy their significant others.

Stephanie is usually ahead of the curve. She got me to start tagging stuff when I met her at LIFT last year. I am a bad Scoble, bad. I haven’t tagged in quite a while. Why? I’m using Windows Live Writer and tagging there isn’t very nice.

Speaking of Maryam, she leaves me little hints that the laundry needs to be done on her blog.

Comments

  1. Lush stores tend to over price, even for ‘luxury’ stuff. Could be because they are in ‘miracle mile’ neighborhoods. Perhaps online purchases are more reasonable.

  2. Lush stores tend to over price, even for ‘luxury’ stuff. Could be because they are in ‘miracle mile’ neighborhoods. Perhaps online purchases are more reasonable.

  3. Hey Robert, thanks for the post! Looking forward to seeing you at Lift again ;-)

    Lush do indeed make great gifts, and honestly, they’re not that expensive when you look at what good-quality cosmetics usually cost.

    FWIW, I’m not teaching anymore — 100% bloggy consultant from now on!

    If your interface doesn’t make it easy to tag, try using the keotag tagger for that part. Agreed, you need to open it in a browser window. But you just type in your tags, copy-paste the result back in your post — matter of seconds.

    Take care :-)

  4. Hey Robert, thanks for the post! Looking forward to seeing you at Lift again ;-)

    Lush do indeed make great gifts, and honestly, they’re not that expensive when you look at what good-quality cosmetics usually cost.

    FWIW, I’m not teaching anymore — 100% bloggy consultant from now on!

    If your interface doesn’t make it easy to tag, try using the keotag tagger for that part. Agreed, you need to open it in a browser window. But you just type in your tags, copy-paste the result back in your post — matter of seconds.

    Take care :-)

  5. there is a lush store in bellevue square. i personally can’t stand the place. most of their stuff smells like dirty hippie to me – too much patchouli. also it is quite expensive and my sense of smell shuts off about 5 seconds after entering the store because it is so heavily fragranced – i can no longer distinguish between their different products. i’ll stick with kiehl’s.

  6. there is a lush store in bellevue square. i personally can’t stand the place. most of their stuff smells like dirty hippie to me – too much patchouli. also it is quite expensive and my sense of smell shuts off about 5 seconds after entering the store because it is so heavily fragranced – i can no longer distinguish between their different products. i’ll stick with kiehl’s.

  7. Exercise caution! My wife gave me a dissolving bath bomb to use one evening as a special treat… it was going well until I noticed the infinitesimally small flecks of glitter explode into the water from within. Two showers only shifted the very worst of it. I chose to work from home the next day :)

  8. Exercise caution! My wife gave me a dissolving bath bomb to use one evening as a special treat… it was going well until I noticed the infinitesimally small flecks of glitter explode into the water from within. Two showers only shifted the very worst of it. I chose to work from home the next day :)