This Lush body lotion promises to get you to sleep and we're sold

We'll take two.

lush sleepy body lotion

We'll take two.

Christmas is undoubtedly the most wonderful time of the year. We've got all the Harry Potter movies on repeat, there's mulled wine absolutely everywhere and we're not even that mad about the fact that we get to wear big, cosy knits now.

Okay, fine, we will continue to moan about the cold no matter what - but chic (and actually quite nice) Christmas jumpers make it that bit more bearable.

However, with a great Christmas comes great responsibility. Did you remember to stock up on Prosecco Christmas crackers? Have you bought enough personalised wrapping paper (you know, the one with your own face on it)? Did you buy enough festive Yankee candles??

While we've rounded up the best fitness gifts and Christmas gifts for mum to make things a little bit easier when it comes to shopping for your loved ones, the whole holiday can still be a little stressful.

And if you're having sleepless nights while the world croons to Mariah Carey, fear not - Lush have something so perfect for anyone having trouble catching some z's.

Enter the Lush Sleepy body lotion.

lush sleepy body lotion

Credit: Lush

Forget all the unusual at-home remedies when you can't quite nod off. The Lush Sleepy body lotion is designed to help you snooze without all the tossing and turning.

Think lavender oil, almond oil, and cocoa butter. It's also 'made with a gentle oatmeal infusion, calming lavender flower and comfortingly sweet tonka absolute', so the de-stressing cream is the perfect solution for anyone having trouble sleeping - all you have to do is look at the reviews online to see that this is worth its salt.

At £15.95 for 215g, it's also a bargain.

And if you love lathering up in lavender before bed, you should also try the Lush Twighlight Bath Bomb (£3.95) or the Lullaby Shampoo Bar (£7.50), both of which have the same sleepy scents.

Brb, ready for a snooze.

Jadie Troy-Pryde
News Editor

Jadie Troy-Pryde is News Editor, covering celebrity and entertainment, royal, lifestyle and viral news. Before joining the team in 2018 as the Lifestyle and Social Media Editor, she worked at a number of women’s fashion and lifestyle titles including Grazia, Women’s Health and Stylist, and now heads the Marie Claire UK news desk.