Sunday, 6 April 2014

Lush Easter Wishlist

Even though I am a HUGE chocolate fan and love everything there is about Easter, well who doesn't love eating chocolate for breakfast, there are one or two other things that I always have my eye and currently there are a few items from Lush that I rather like the look of and here they are in the form of a wishlist:

Lush Easter Wishlist

1 - The Golden Egg Bath Bomb - said to turn your water gold and is a combination of a Bath Bomb so you get the fizzing and a Bath Melt so you get some luxuriously moisturising oils to make your skin lovely and smooth.  Costs £3.50

2 - The Immaculate Eggception - Another Bath Bomb which comes in either yellow or pink and these are rather special because there is not just one bath bomb there are and when you crack them open you will find either a yellow chick of a white bunny!  Cost £6.95

3 - Rose - This one is a bubble bar and  it is made using Turkish Rose Absolute and promises to create a tonne of bubbles.  Costs £2.95

4 - Secret Garden - A bath bomb which is said to be full of flowers and the scent of spring which will create serene and tranquil bath that will bring you back to life.  Costs £2.95

5 - Bunch of Carrots - These caught my eye because they are quirky and something a little bit different.  Once you have them, you swish one of the carrots around your bath to enjoy soft clouds of bubbles and tropically scented water. They are also said to be reusable bubble bars and do not smell of carrots.  Cost 5.95

If you are not too sure what to buy when going into Lush, there is always an option to get a gift set which will contain a few items to make your options less traumatic.  As it is Easter Lush have two offerings which are:

6 - Funny Bunny - This gift set is sold in a Knot wrap and contains 4 items from the Easter Range and it costs £20

7 - Carrot - This gift set comes in the shape of a carrot which is really quirky and contains 4 products from the Easter range and costs £16.95


8 - Madame Butterfly - This is a bubble bar on a stick, anyone who is familiar with the Christmas range will possibly have had one of these already, though in the form of an Angel.  With the bubble bar on a stick, like with carrots, you swish it around in your water as the bath runs and it creates Rose and Lemon scented  bubbles.  Costs £5.25

So there you have a little Lush Easter Wishlist and a nice alternative to chocolate.  Have you tried any of these products?


  1. OOO la la. Love the look and sound of the golden egg

  2. Ooh they look so lovely! Those cute little bunnies in the bunny set! Those carrots sound like a great idea as long as they don't smell like carrot, as you said lol

  3. You can always trust Lush to come up with something irresistible - the bunny and the carrots are fab! :o) Xx

    Makeup by Candlelight

  4. Very cute - I need to get into Lush,they seem to have so much nice stuff :)

    Josie xoxo | Fashion Mumblr

  5. 1-3 look like a reason to drive to Lush this week!

  6. I want to try the bunch of carrots xxx


  7. I would LOVE some LUSH goodies for easter! I am not a huge chocolate fan (chocolate puddings yes but not plain choc, shocking I know lol), really love the look of the golden egg!


    Em’s Mixed Bag

  8. Great wishlist! I want to take Funny Bunny home with me :P

    Olivia Beauty from the Fjord xxx

  9. I love Lush's Easter range & will be reviewing the bunny bubble bar early next week! I love the look of the The Immaculate Eggception bath bomb but it's quite expensive! xo

    Megan Jane // Seek My Scribbles

  10. I like the bunny wrap, but doesn't it look a bit scary in that photo? Eek


  11. I wish there was a Lush store closer to me. I'd be picking up all of these ;) lol

    Louise x

    Confessions of a Secret Shopper | An Undomestic Goddess

  12. Our bathroom is like a Lush shop x

  13. Their Easter Range is so cute this year. the Golden Egg looks a little shimmery for me, I do like the Secret Garden & also fluffy egg is nice too


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