Hi guys! Today I’ve got some spoilers for Easter 2021. In this blog post I’ll be posting photos and information whenever I get them, so be sure to keep checking this page. If you’re curious, click below!
Avocados are one of my favorite foods. Sprinkle some lemon juice on it, salt and pepper, and you have a delicious snack. When I saw this cute avocado-shaped soap, I just had to grab one. Normally I don’t really use soap, but I was prepared to make an exception — I mean, how cute is it?! If you’re curious about this product, make sure you keep on reading.
When I was browsing the Dutch webshop, I saw some products from the Easter range at the Last Chance section. Initially I wasn’t planning on buying more FUN Eggs — although I LOVE the Stegosaurus FUN Egg, they’re also pretty expensive. It was a struggle that didn’t last long: I decided to just order it. There’s a chance that this product will not make a comeback to the Easter range, but you never know. I’ll show it to you anyway, so if you’re curious about this bath bomb, then keep on reading.
Last week my best friend surprised me with this giant bath bomb from Lush. And guess what: this bath bomb was the one on top of my wishlist. Despite the price, I wanted to purchase it so badly, so you can imagine how happy I was with this sweet gift. The same afternoon that I got it, I took some photos of it (tbh more than 100 photos or so) so that I could immediately take a bath with it. Soaking in a sea of rose petals and surrounded by the scent of Rose Jam — what more could you want?
If you’re curious about this bath bomb, then keep on reading.
I genuinely thought that I had already bought everything I wanted from the Easter range. But there was still just one bath bomb that I couldn’t get out my head.. which was Bunny Bomb Bomb. It’s bright pink and I think the animal bath bombs from this Easter collection, like Lamb Bomb Bomb, are such an amazing addition.
But how long would the Easter collection remain in the stores? Would it still make sense to buy and review it? I mean, it’s not the cheapest bath bomb. So, I contacted Lush, and they said that the Easter range would be available till a month after Easter. The employee didn’t even get to finish her sentence and Bunny was already in my shopping basket. Come to mommyyy.
If you’re curious about this pink bunny, keep on reading!
I can’t believe that this is already the last bath bomb from the Easter collection that I will be reviewing! This glittering egg is a bath bomb, but it’s also a bath melt. The result: a bath full of glitter, you full of glitter, everything full of glitter. I could not have wished for a better bathing session. Anyway, let’s find out what this bath bomb looks like in the tub!
If you’re curious, keep on reading.
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.
Shower bombs, I love them. I have already reviewed of few of ’em, so you might be familiar with them and how they work. If not, you can read about it in this review! They are really worth trying. In the Easter range as well as in the Mother’s Day range, there were two shower bombs. I decided to give ’em a try. Are they a hit or a miss? Let’s find out.
In the Easter range there are some great and fun bath bombs. And by fun, I mean REALLY fun and unique. My 2 year old nephew would completely lose his shit if he saw this bath bomb, he is crazy about “dinowawus” 😂 In this large egg, consisting of two halves, there is a piece of Fun in the shape of a dinosaur. This is genius. It’s a bit more expensive than you are used to. Of course you can use this egg twice, or just in once, it’s up to you.
Of course I wanted the best result for the photo and I just threw the whole thing into my bath. If you want to know how that looks like, then you should definitely continue reading!
A new shower product, with no sulphates and palm oil? Sign me up. Lush brought us this shower oil which is naked ánd vegan. And of course I had to test this for my blog. Just like the rest of the complete Easter and Mother’s Day range, by the way. All those amazing products. Poor me. Feel free to pity me. Let’s find out how this product works and if it’s a hit or a miss!