The Mini Easter Lush Haul

23.3.15

 
-- Hello, Easter themed cuteness --
 
When was the last time I splurged out on Lush? Probably in the new year... That is a hell of a long time ago and that didn't even involve a bath bomb. (Then it was probably officially before Christmas) But last week, I treated myself to two little Easter products, because I couldn't resist the cuteness. I saw the massive egg, but I didn't want to pay £6 for that - I know, I know, it lasts for three baths. But really, I wanted to get two different products to try as I've never experienced the joy of Easter at Lush before. I got Hoppity Poppity and Fluffy Egg - strange names but hey, they sound sweet at the same time.
 
Hoppity Poppity is a cute little bunny, and I got a strong scent of herbs when I picked it up. And no wonder as it contains violet leaf and lavendar absolute with a bit of lime oil. It smells rather fresh and does remind me of spring, and I can't wait to use this because I have a feeling this scent will overpower the bath and calm me on a stressful day. Note: might have to use this on Friday.
 
£2.50
 
Ok, I swear on my local Lush shop that Fluffy Egg smells EXACTLY like Snow Fairy. That lovely sweet smell just wafts up from it, and it's so sweet and delicious. (I also have some of that shower gel left over from last year and I got the smallest bottle) As I write this, I just checked their website, and it is Snow Fairy! Ok, you guys will certainly love this if you love the product. The design is so cute, and there's a flower on each side of the product, it reminds me so much of Easter. Good on you Lush for making me excited for spring.
 
£2.95
 
These are the cheapest products you can get in the Easter range. And I'm promising you, as a Lush addict myself, I plan to try the other products before they sell out. *fails because broke*
 
 Have you guys tried any products from the Easter range?
 
 ♡

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10 comments

  1. I did love Hoppity Poppity (especially the fact that it's got popping candy but was still a little underwhelmed by it because I really love when Lush bath bombs have an amazing display of colour. Fluffy Egg was a nice one too, but I'm not the biggest fan of snow fairy actually! If you want any advice on what products to try, I've used all of the Easter bubble bars and bath bombs already :)

    vvnightingale.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Oooh I might have to re-read some of you posts haha, and I didn't know it had popping candy in! I didn't get the golden egg because it would be a nightmare to clean the glitter out after :'D

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  4. Aww that bunny bath bomb looks so adorable! :)

    VioletDaffodils
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    1. it is one of the cutest things that Lush have ever sold!

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  5. These are the cutest bath bombs ever <3 They're too pretty to destroy in the bath!
    xxx

    She Will Be

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    1. I know right, I will hold a quick funeral when I use each one haha x

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