Easter is right around the corner (it’s this Sunday!), and what better way to celebrate than with the basket of goodies Lush has concocted for the season. Naturally, the collection is limited edition, but has been available for purchase since March. Get your hands on it soon if it looks good to you! (I adore this collection, but sadly won’t be able to get my hands on it 😦 )
Lets take a look at the goodies!
Carrot Top Reusable Bubble Bar:
The first item in the collection the site lists is one of their famous bubble bars! Bubble bars are designed to do just that–toss the bar in your tub for a scented mess of bubbles! I’ve never tried any Lush products, but these are at the top of my list to try, because they sound so fun and soothing. But many have protested that since the bubble bars are one-time use, they’re not very economical. Lush listened, and created this reusable bar for Easter! They suggest swishing it in the tub (holding it by the carrot top) until you have your desired amount of bubbles, then setting the bar on a paper towel/washcloth to dry before storing. You’re bound to get more mileage this way, making the $7.95 price tag a bit easier. This bar is scented like lemon and buchu, although many say the citrus fragrance is dominant.
Immaculate Eggception Bath Bomb:
Another product Lush is famous for is their bath bombs. These also scent your bath, but do other fun things like change the water color, add bubbles, and have ingredients mixed in that are designed to float in and decorate your bathwater. Pretty multipurpose! For Easter this year, they came up with two Easter Egg shaped bombs, one pink, and one yellow, that can actually be cracked open and contain a special surprise inside (another bath bomb shaped like a chick or a bunny), making for three baths. Both eggs have the same ylang ylang, grapefruit, and vanilla scent. These bath bombs are $12.95 a piece.
While this carrot soap is loaded with carrot oil for “nourishing” and “conditioning” the skin, according to Lush, it boasts an “energizing, tropical” scent, featuring Sicilian lemon and buchu oils.Fun fact: the white streak is supposed to be a leaping bunny as well. Cute! While Lush’s site says this is new and part of the Easter promotion, it doesn’t look like it’s limited edition, so no need to rush to get this one (although correct me if I’m wrong!) This soap is $6.95.
Eggception isn’t the only egg shaped bath bomb getting special attention with this Easter promotion! Fan favorite Fluffy Egg apparently gets a repromote every year, and is scented with their popular Snow Fairy fragrance (vanilla cotton candy). Each egg is $5.95.
Another bubble bar for the Easter season. Like all BB’s, this one changes your bathwater (obviously, Brightside makes the water orange). Like other products in the Easter line, this has a citrus scent, featuring Sicilian mandarin, tangerine, and bergamot oils. This sounds particularly lovely to me, as I’m very fond of the scent of bergamot. I envy anyone who picked this up! The bar is $10.95.
A special invention on Lush’s part, the Golden Egg is a bath bomb/bath melt in one. The golden outside coating is the bath melt part, with the bath bomb in the center. This is scented like their Honey I Washed the Kids soap (a honey fragrance) and moisturizes with cocoa butter and olive oil. This new product is $8.95.
Bunch of Carrots:
Not unlike it’s Carrot Top cousin, the Bunch of Carrots creates lots of bubbles and can be reused. They suggest running it under the tap instead of swishing it in the water, though. The Bunch of Carrots also has a slightly different scent (lemon and bergamot, another delicious sounding combo). I think this product is a great value, since you get three carrots, each that can be reused several times. The whole bunch is $12.95.
I eagerly await the day I try Lush products for the first time, and looking at this fab collection is only increasing the feeling. Did you try any of the Easter collection (or any Lush products for that matter)? How did it work for you? Will you be snagging any of these babies before they’re gone? Let me know!
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