Real talk, if you've never navigated Lush before, it can be a little bit overwhelming. There are incredibly sweet and helpful salespeople, good smells, beautiful things to see, and a whole lot of produts, which are all wonderful things in and of themselves, but might cause just a little bit of confusion when put togehter.\nNo worries, though. If you're not used to Lush, and if your significant other happens to want you to be familiar with one of their fave stores, then I've got your back, fam.\n1. You're going to use those products, too.\nA photo posted by Casey ? (@diaryofalushaddict) on Jul 24, 2016 at 3:46am PDT\nSure, you might think that bath bomb you're buying bae is the most thoughtful thing you've ever bought. And maybe it is... But one day, you'll plop one of those bath bombs into the tub and realize all you want are bath bombs for yourself, all the time, always.\n2. There's more than bath bombs and shower jellies.\nA photo posted by Éli? (@eli_jarry) on May 17, 2016 at 5:50pm PDT\nTwo of Lush's most popular products for sure are their super fizzy, fun bath bombs, and their colourful, jiggly shower jellies. But that's not all they've got. Lush carries shampoos, creams, lotions, perfumes, scrubs, toners, and more. Basically, if it's for the body, they've got it, and honestly, a cuticle cream sometimes just be a little more thougthtful than the most glittery bath bomb in the bunch. (Although, that's a pretty awesome thing to get, as well).\n3. And there's a difference between bath bombs, bubble bars, and bath oils.\nA photo posted by ❂ Alexandre ❂ (@alexandregagne) on Feb 11, 2016 at 6:26pm PST\nBath bombs effervesce in a glittery, popping explosion of fun in the tub. Bubble bars crumble into a soft, luxurious, bubble bath. Bath oils perfume the water and leave your skin super silky. You can combine all three for an unforgettable bathtime experience, but just don't confuse any of the three. Nothing's worse than expecting a colourful tub explosion and getting nothing but bubbles.\n4. Lush only sells cruelty-free products.\nA photo posted by andy (@andlrm) on Aug 2, 2015 at 7:39am PDT\nTesting on animals? Nope. Not for Lush.\n5. And everything is vegetarian.\nA photo posted by Tweed Couch (@tweedcouch) on Jun 12, 2015 at 8:48am PDT\nMeaning that if your S/O is not just an animal lover, but a vegetarian as well, they'll seriously appreciate you taking them to Lush.\n6. Lots of things come in bar form.\nA photo posted by Lush York! (@lushyork) on Jul 14, 2016 at 2:35am PDT\nSeriously. If your significant other asks you to pick up some percume, toothpaste, conditioner, shampoo, or hair dye from Lush, then don't look for anything in a bottle or tube. Most of these products come in a bar; of course, this includes massage bars, which makes for some seriously fun massage times.\n7. They can gift-wrap their items in reusable scarves.\nA photo posted by Chelly Surrell (@mermaid_bay) on Jul 13, 2016 at 6:21am PDT\nIf you're venturing into Lush to get your S/O a gift, have them wrap it in a reusable scarf. Not only does the packaging look seriously gorgeous, but it's like getting two gifts in one. Yass? Yass!\n8. For the creative types, they've got modelling clay soap.\nA photo posted by Shannon Slade (@wonderingsleep) on Jul 25, 2016 at 2:46pm PDT\nAppropriately called FUN, these soaps are colourful and squishy and the perfect consistency to build stuff out of. Only downside? If you're super creative, you might spend more time in the shower sculpting than getting clean.\n9. Yes, they do carry makeup.\nA photo posted by Suzanne Williams (@suzannewilliamsx) on Jul 2, 2016 at 12:22am PDT\nMascara, eyeshadow, eyeliner, skin tint, and much more, Lush carries a ton of makeup, all with awesome coverage and ingredients that are good for the skin. So if your significant other asks for liquid lipstick, you know where you've got to go.\n10. And hair dye, also.\nA photo posted by Amy E (@toxic_free_me) on Jul 27, 2016 at 2:38am PDT\nSold in henna tabs, for extra rich and shiny colour that also happens to be all-natural.\n11. That person on the package? Yeah. That's the person who just made your shower jelly.\nA photo posted by ?? (@lush.puppy) on Jul 26, 2016 at 6:11pm PDT\nDon't get freaked out if there's a random person on your products. That's just the guy/gal who made your soap. It adds a cool, personal touch to every product... plus you have someone to thank by name for your super soft skin.\n12. They sell stuff for guys, too.\nA photo posted by Lush Paris Saint Lazare (@lushparissaintlazare) on Jul 28, 2016 at 4:38am PDT\nAlthough, as Lush states on their website, men and women aren't restricted to their own product lines - but Lush does have a line geared specifically for men, like beard and face wash, shaving cream, and more.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.