At the beginning of March Lush launched their Easter range and as soon as it hit the website I was there, credit card in hand and very excited, to see what goodies were in the 2015 collection! As usual the range hasn’t disappointed; every Easter related object you could possibly think of has been faithfully recreated as only Lush can do. With bright candy-coloured eggs, cutesy rabbits and even bunches of carrots Spring has definitely sprung at Lush!
First into my basket was a trio of delightful egg-shaped bath bombs.
The Golden Egg Bath Bomb (£3.75) is so eye-catching with its bright yellow exterior coated in golden glitter and it shares its scent with the delectable Honey I Washed The Kids.
Fluffy Egg Bath Bomb (£2.95), which has a sweet candy floss scent and being pink will definitely appeal to my toddler who’s a big Lush afficionado!
The huge Immaculate Eggception Bath Bomb (£6.95) breaks opens to reveal a smaller bath bomb, shaped as either a little chick or bunny, in the centre – genius! Packed full of vanilla, lemon and grapefruit it has a deliciously zesty fragrance and although rather more expensive than other Lush bath bombs it will give you three baths.
The next item I selected was the Bunch Of Carrots Bubble Bar (£5.95) which consists of three individual “carrots” strung together making it great value as I would say you can get two baths from each individual carrot. This has a wonderfully uplifting scent of bergamot and Sicilian lemon.
I also picked up a fourth bath bomb; Hoppity Poppity (£2.50), a very cute bunny which contains soothing lavender and violet oils, and the cocoa butter and carrot oil infused Carrot Soap (£3.95) which shares the same tropical scent as the carrot bubble bar.
The final two items I couldn’t resist adding to my order were the glittery, orange-scented Pot ‘o Gold Shower Jelly (£3.50), and the very colourful Somewhere Over The Rainbow Soap (£4.25) which contains the divine oils of neroli, rose absolute and Sicilian mandarin.
If I had one small complaint about the Easter range it would be that there is only one Easter bubble bar. As a massive fan of them I would have liked to have seen an egg-shaped bubble bar replacing one of the five bath bombs in the range. Nevertheless, the Lush Easter range is so much fun and personally I’d much rather get a basketful of these colourful eggs than any of the chocolate kind (as a self-confessed chocoholic that is high praise indeed)!
If you’re buying an Easter gift for someone who loves a bit of a pamper or who can’t eat chocolate why not hot foot it down to Lush to check out their range? Their products make such lovely gifts and I can guarantee the recipient will be egg-static!
Will the Easter Bunny be bringing you anything from the Lush Easter range?