If you have a bath, you are probably known with Lush’s bubble bars. What, you’re not? Go stand in a corner. Be ashamed of yoruself. Bubble bars are the ultimate way of creating walls of bubbles in bath. They’re really fun, so if you haven’t used one before, you’re totally missing out. But fear no more, today I’ll tell you all about these lovely products. And of course, I’ll share numerous of ways on how to use a bubble bar.
Whilst discovering all the new naked products, I came across Tea Totaler. I had already tested Gritty Politti, Jade Roller and Sleepy Face. I liked using those, so I decided to buy the other two as well. I started using Tea Totaler for more than a week, and today the results are in! If you’re curious about this cleansing balm and the verdict, then keep on reading.
I’m in love with the shower jellies from Lush. They’re fun to use, have a strong scent and they make your skin silky soft. But through the years, I found that there are more ways of using a shower jelly. And since I know that some people are struggling with using these wobbly blobs, I will show you different says of using a jelly in this blog post.
I’m also curious about how you use a jelly, so let me know in the comments section!
I had pledged myself not to buy this bath bomb, because I have been buying too many products from the Easter and Mother’s Day ranges. Besides, I had enough bath bombs laying around to be tested. But as you can see, that pledge did not last long. Because of the price (it’s not as expensive as other bath bombs at the moment) I just decided to throw it into my shopping basket.
Normally I’m not really into Fun. Well, I’m into fun, but not the Lush Fun product. I mean, it’s a cool and innovative product, but it’s just not for me. And since I don’t have kids, I never really bought it. If you have kids, Fun is great and such. You can clay it and then use it as a shower gel, bubble bar, soap, you name it.
But when I saw this Volcano Fun pass by on my Instagram timeline, it did somehow grab my attention. You shape it like a volcano and then add water, so the volcano erupts. There’s a few pieces of bath bomb inside, containing cracker candy. I got too curious and decided to give it a go. Well, it went awful. If you’re curious, keep on reading.
Despite my constant praise for many of the Lush products, there’s also products that I really do not like. This is of course inevitable, but I thought it would be fun to share my experience with some of the products. In this post I will show you which Lush products I will never buy again. 😖
“It’s been 30 years since Lush invented the bath bomb, and we’re celebrating with our biggest bath bomb launch ever! Starting on March 29, all these fizzers will be available online, and a locally-curated selection will be available in your favorite store.”
All bath bombs are vegan 💚