5 out of 5 rating
See my demo video below
This is a beautiful, limited edition bath bomb from Lush Oxford Street in the UK. It shares it’s scent with the Easter time Lush soap of the same name. I love it, it’s an innocent floral with a tad of a citrus note. Rose oil, neroli oil and orange oil.
This is a slow fizzing bath bomb, which i love, and which gives it the time it needs to unfurl the gorgeous rainbow of colors in the tub.
The scent is medium strong, no complaints there. It stays on the skin a decent amount of time.
It’s not a gender-neutral scent, meaning it’s highly floral, but in a soft, pretty way.
Here are some photos I took, along with a demo and review video below.
I’ll be getting one or two in about a week. At that time i’ll make a video demo and review of Spring Bunny in the tub.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of Spring Bunny bath bomb
2.95 gap (converted to US dollars is $4.23)
Pretty in pink, this bath bomb is better than any chocolate egg. Step into the sweetest pink waters and soak until the irrestistible smell of candy floss lingers all over your body. Some Snow Fairy shower gel fans may recognise the utterly delicious fragrance of this Easter offering! Either way, it’s good enough to satisfy the sweetest tooth.
Here’s a demo video i made of this bath bomb in the tub
Troubles melt like ice in the hot sun when you lather up with this uplifting neroli soap. Let its rich and fruity perfume put your mood on cloud 9 and pop you back on your feet. Sunny citrus oils like mandarin and neroli tone and brighten the skin and leave you feeling fresh and fragrant. A dash of Turkish rose keeps things sweet and adds a flirty floral note to this sunny sudser.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of this soap
See my haul video below
Bunch of Carrots bubble bar video
Bouncy Bunny shower jelly video
Down the Rabbit Hole bubble bar (Lush Oxford Street superstore exclusive)
Fluffy Egg bath bomb
Humpty Dumpty bath bomb video
Golden Egg bath bomb/melt video
Lava Lamp bath bomb video
Somewhere Over the Rainbow bath bomb (Lush Oxford Street Superstore exclusive)
Somewhere Over the Rainbow soap video
Spring Bunny bath bomb (Exclusive to Oxford Street superstore)
Tweet bubble bar (Lush Oxford Street Superstore exclusive)
Ultraviolet bubble bar video
Which Came First bath bomb video
My Lush Easter 2016 Haul video
Here are some price comparisons between buying these from the UK vs. buying them from the US
See my video demo below of this cutie in the tub. 🙂
6.96 gap (converted that’s $9.96 US dollars)
Humpty Dumpty felt a sharp whack
Humpty Dumpty heard a great crack
All the king’s horses and all the king’s staff
Followed sweet Humpty straight into the bath
As soon as the cheerful egghead with the unravelling bow tie touches the water, his caramel-smooth personality is revealed in notes of bright bergamot and Brazilian orange oil. Crack a smile as his outer shell breaks away, revealing a hidden alter-eggo (scrambling for puns over here). His innards appear as a perfectly formed fried egg (an all vegan variety of course). If you’re in a hump and down in the dumps, it’s now superbly easy to flip your spirits onto the sunnyside.
Here’s a a couple of photos i took of it’s insides.
List of ingredients
Sodium Bicarbonate Citric Acid Titanium Dioxide Brazilian Orange Oil Bergamot Oil Water *Limonene *Linalool Lilial Citronellol Perfume Cornstarch Colour 42090 Colour 47005 Colour 14700
*occurs naturally in essential oils.
We do not test our finished products on animals. We also only purchase from ingredient suppliers who do not test on animals. More.
Here’s a a video demo of this in the tub,m spoiler alert, it shows what’s inside.
3.95 gap 90g (converted that’s $5.66)
If you think you can handle it, pop Bouncy Bunny shower jelly into the freezer for an icy snooze – it really helps those citrusy oils burst into life for extra invigoration on your skin.
List of ingredients; Glycerine Sodium Laureth Sulfate Propylene Glycol Carrageenan Extract Brazilian Orange Oil *Limonene Titanium Dioxide Gardenia Extract Colour 14700 Methylparaben Propylparaben
*occurs naturally in essential oils.
We do not test our finished products on animals. We also only purchase from ingredient suppliers who do not test on animals.
Here’s a demo/review video i made of Bouncy Bunny jelly.