Tips & tricks
Yesterday I received such a cool package! It was an envelope full of beautiful jewelry, handmade by Dieuwke. In her Etsy store called Zebranas she offers a wide range of Lush-inspired creations. Today I’ll show you what gems I got from her, but also how incredibly beautiful and detailed these miniatures are 😱
Yes, you read that right. Transforming a bath bomb into a shower gel really is possible. And it’s super easy. Why would you do this? Well, you might have a bath bomb laying around that you once received as a gift, and you can’t do anything with it, because you don’t have a bath (anymore). In that case, a DIY like this is fun to do. So if you still have a bath bomb somewhere that you ever got before Christmas from an aunt, grab it because this experiment is too fun not to try. Today I’ll show you how you do it!
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.
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 to copy paste the name from the webshop, because I just can NOT get it right each time I write it. Anyway, this shower bomb has a scent just as complex as its name. Today I’m reviewing this blue shower bomb, which is part of the regular collection. I’m also going to show you how to use a shower bomb multiple times! Are you curious about Koyanieutnskcensti? (I wrote that without looking up the name, I’d say it’s close enough) Then keep on reading!