Lush Easter Goodies
is there anything better than a lush bath? probably! but its still one of my favorite things and recently i have been going gaga about their seasonal stock. i just love to be a bit festive and cherish every time of the year even more. lush recently came out with their easter stock and when i had a first look at the website i knew i needed to get my hands on some. so after uni i quickly popped into lush and left with a great smelling bag of goodies and i felt like i should share them with you.
the first one i got is bunch of carrots bubble bars. i love the idea of having three bubble baths in one because that makes them so much easy to store. my favorite of the christmas range was the five gold rings because of that. the bright and colorful carrots are made with buchu, grapefruit and sicilian lemon oil. they smell super fresh and fruity and surely make a great uplifting bath.
the next one is pink which always reminds me of snow fairy and surely has a very similar scent. the fluffy egg bath bomb probably looks the most festive and would look amazing in any easter basket. its supposed to make your whole bath turn pink and smells like cotton candy. can’t wait to use it.
probably the biggest bath bomb i ever got is the which came first? bath bomb. its massive and can be used multiple times or all at once. it also has a little chick inside which i find to be such a cute idea. it contains fair trade vanilla and grape fruit oil so it smells sweet and fruity at the same time. right up my street and perfect for a spring bath.
last but not least, the golden egg. this literally looks like a chunk of gold glitter. probably the most glittery bath bomb i ever had from lush. this one is supposed to be a right treat for the skin, thats probably why it looks so luxurious. it contains sweet orange oil, fair trade cocoa butter, bergamot and olive oil. the smell is not too over the top which might be perfect for everyone who finds lush scents to be very sickly.
here we go. all my lovely lush easter bits. have you tried any or will you put some in someones easter basket? please let me know.