I promise I did try to stop myself from splurging on any of the Easter collection from Lush, I even went in store and came out with nothing which is unheard of for me! But clearly I didn't try quite hard enough as a late night shopping sesh on the Lush website totally got the better of me. There was too many cute seasonal items to pass up on! If like me, you love Lush, I'd definitely recommend that you check the website occasionally as they often have exclusives from the Lush Kitchen that can be difficult to track down in store, and some that are only available in the Oxford Street store.
Flowering Tea | Reusable Bubble Bar
I'd seen this before in the Oxford Street store and regretted not buying it, but luckily Lush also released it as part of their Mothers Day collection so I had to pick it up. I love the shimmery pearl design and it has a lovely floral Jasmine scent. It also contains cute little blue petals that float out into your bath.
Fluffy Egg | Bath Bomb
I just had to go over the top and buy three of the Fluffy Egg bath bombs (not that I needed them), I haven't tried them before but I just knew I would love them. They have that classic sweet candyfloss scent much like the Candy Mountain bubble bar and the Snow Fairy shower gel.
Bunch of Carrots | Reusable Bubble Bar
I just really like all of the novelty items at Lush, so obviously I couldn't resist this little trio of 'carrots'. They actually have a lovely fresh, fruity scent of lemons and oranges, perfect for Spring! Apparently they turn your bath pink too, which I am all for.
Rose Bombshell | Bath Bomb
I adore the beautiful rose pattern on this one and when it's popped into the bath, the outer shell breaks away to release lots of little rose petals into the tub! The scent is gorgeous as it smells candy sweet but isn't overpowering as the floral rose notes balance it out. The scent and design of this one is my favourite of the lot, I can't wait to try it out!
Which Came First? | Bath Bomb
I'm pretty sure this was part of last years Easter collection but was titled 'Immaculate Eggception', although I think it's still the exact same product. It has a sweet yet citrus scent which is quite subtle compared to a few of the others. What's fun with this one is that you can crack open the pink outer shell to reveal a cute baby chick bath bomb hiding inside! You can save it to use for 3 baths as the whole thing is quite giant, or you can go all out and use the whole bath bomb for an extra bubbly fragrant bath!
What's you favourite from Lush's Easter collection?