Dinosaur Bombshell Egg

5 out of 5 star rating

This year Lush United Kingdom and Lush North America have released their yearly Dinosaur Egg, onky this year theyve made it into a bombshell type. The bombshells are Lush bath bombs that are two halves of different colored bombs that go together and usually have something inside. The last few Easter holidays what was inside of them was a fun bar shaped like a little green dinosaur. This year however, lush has a bubble bar inside that is shaped like a little green dinosaur.

Dinosaur Bombshell Egg

It’s scent is made the same this year with fruity grapefruit & bergamot oils as well as the sweet and yummy almond essential oil.

“If you’re looking for a Jurassic bath, the rapturous fizz and crackle of this Easter treat is a T-rrific choice! Grab your prehistoric surprise before you pop one or both bath bomb halves in the water and enjoy a legendary sherbert-scented soak. Inside you’ll find your own little dino bubble bar, ready to be crumbled under running water for an eruption of bubbles. A dino-mite encounter with grapefruit and popping candy is sure to provide roarsome refreshment.”

How to use: Use half of your egg at a time or throw the whole thing into a full bath to unleash a fizztacular display. The dinosaur inside can be crumbled under running water to create perfectly prehistoric bubbles.

I use the bubble bar after ive filled it half way and after the bath bomb has dissolved. I hold the bubble bar under the falling faucet water and watch as this creates bubbles in the water below in the tub.

How to store: Keep it in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to re-discover a Jurassic world of delights.

I love multi colored components of my bath goodies, because i like to combine colors to make other colors. For instance the blue half and yellow half combined make a pretty shade of green water.

I would recommend the Dinosaur bombshell egg. You can get three baths out of it if you use each component in seperate baths. 🙂

Sunnyside Up

5 out of 5 rating. See my demo video below.

Coconut, pineapple, orange, vetivert

This jelly is made with coconut, pineape and vetivert. It has the same scent as Coco Loco/Big Calm.

We like our eggs sweet, foamy and vegan. Brazilian orange oil and vetivert oil make a cracking combination and will have you dreaming of being in a candy store filling a paper bag with fried egg gummy candies. Let this sudsy version wobble over your body in the shower and feel the refreshing, toning and brightening effects of fresh pineapple infusion. If ever there was a shower jelly that smelled good enough to eat, it’s this one.

Sunnyside Up jelly

Don’t leave yourself scrambling for a good shower. Lather up with this sunshine-filled jelly. It’s no yolk, this cheery little egg is packed with a cracking mix of soothing coconut infusion, enzymic pineapple and softening carrageenan extract – a recipe for truly sumptuous skin. Top it all off with a blend of uplifting orange and vetivert for a clucking good shower.

Benefits:
– With a soft, tropical scent, fresh coconut infusion soothes and moisturises skin leaving it soft and supple.
– Fresh pineapple infusion is bright and enzymic, great for stimulating skin and giving it a revitalised glow.
– Carrageenan is a seaweed extract that gives this product it’s unique jelly texture, and is super softening for your skin.

How to use: Keep it whole, and lather onto wet skin to create a rich foam that will clean and leave you feeling fresh and bright.

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Demo video. How i make bath bubbles too!

Magic Rabbit bath bomb

5 out of 5 rating.

See my 3 minute Tub Demo Vidro below.

This bomb has paper ears. It’s Super fruity with Davana oil and Tonka bean oil.

It smells like peach, berries and vanilla to me.

This is a gorgeous bomb. So whimsical. Its a new bomb this Easter with a new shape. The black turns to a deep purple in the water. There is no sparkle in the water.

its a slow melty fizzer which i like bevause i can watch it for a long time as it fizzes in the tub. It crackles with popping candy as it dissolves in the tub.

The vivid red from the hat’s stripe is so striking against the purple. This is a wonderful bomb for bath art.

The water looks blackish purple after its all disdolved. It didnt stain my tub or anything. It was quite easy to simply rinse once with my shower spray. Just don’t hold it in your hand as it dissolves as it will stain your fingertip.

Im glad i bought two. I would highly recommend this bath bomb.

Here’s a video i recorded of it in the tub before i hopped in.

Lush Easter 2020

I bought Lush Easter 2020 products from my local Lush today.

Here’s a video of me showing and describing each one.

Avogood Easter soap

Cream Egg

Dinosaur Egg Bombshell

(like Bunny Egg from last year but in the middle is a bubble bar, not a fun bar.)

Golden Egg

Lucky Carrot

Magic Rabbit

Sunny Side Up shower jelly-

(Looks like a jelly egg with a white part and a yolk. With coconut and enzymic pineapple and a tropical smell)

Lamb Bomb Bomb

5 out of 5 rating. It shouldnt be, but it just is. 🙂

Lush made two more of these double bomb type products for Spring 2019. As you recall Lush Introduced these new style of bath bombs during Christmas 2018.

This Spring Lush brought out two cuties which can be used for two baths.

Talk about being too cute to use! You have my heart little lamb.

As some of you know-when i demo bath products i always use the entire thing in one go. because that way i can show you what each component of the product does. However i just Couldn’t dump his cute little lamb-y head into the water. I want to look at him more. Makes me wish i got two.

When i review things i don’t look at any other reviews of the products, because i don’t want any of that to influence me in my review. I also don’t read the ingredients list for the same reason until after i use it.

So the first time i places this cute puffball looking sheep near my nose i smelled .. Marshmallow! Oh thank you scent Gods!

After using it i looked at the ingredients list. Cocoa and peppermint. YES.

To have a bath bomb which doesn’t color the water be a ‘5’ rating shows just how great feeling, and great smelling this product is.

If Lush made a perfume out of this scent no one would be happier than I. ❤️

I’m not going to lie…i rubbed this marshmallow creme stuff all over my face.

I watched myself do this as if from a distance, while asking myself ‘how old are you?’.

I didn’t listen for the answer. I was too busy being delighted at the feel of it.

See my bath demo below

Coco Scrub

3 out of 5 rating. See my 4 minute Sink Demo Video below.

If it wasn’t so cute i would’ve given it a 1 or 2.

my video shows and explains the difficulty in use. It’s just not pleasant.

I Guess we can’t love every single thing. ✌🏼❤️

Girl Power

5 out of 5 rating See my tub demo video i made for you below.

This is a new scent Lush says.

Just the look of thus bubble bar drew me in. It looks like a cartoon. And im loving the fushia pink and blue colors.

Its scent is made with bergamot, ylang ylang, cedarwood, and benzoin. So its fruity, woody and floral. Altogether this makes a fruity/sexy/pretty perfume kind of scent. Its not too sweet. And its not too woody. Its mostly perfume-y in the best way.

I used the whole bar for my tub demo and review, however as i state in my video a person coukd easily use half of this bar and have enough bubbles for one bath. So while one can get two baths out of it, id rather use the whole thing the way it was made to use it. 🙂

This is a nice splurge bubble bar.

I would suggest this one!

Heñata

Four out of 5 stars.  See my video of it in the tub below, it’s so cute.

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Pink Soap Paper, Sicilian Mandarin Oil, Tangerine Oil, Bergamot Oil, Cornflowers, Marigold Petals, Red Rose Petals, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Gardenia Extract, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Benzyl Alcohol, Butylphenyl, Methylpropional, *Limonene, *Linalool, Colour 19140:1, Colour 15510, Green Glitter

Review:  I love this bath bomb.  It’s so cute, and it smells very orange-y, yummy with orange, tangerine and bergamot.

Lush Times: Smash your Henata against the side of your bath for an explosion of wonderful surprises – a mini ballistic egg, petals, a blooming big bunch of soap paper flowers and a shower of green glitter. Along with her cargo of goodies, she carries a lovely fragrance full of sunny citrus oils like Sicilian mandarin, tangerine and bergamot. Use one first thing in the morning to put a Spring in your step.

 

Here’s a video i made of the Henata bath bomb in the tub.

 

Harvey

 

Perfume, Carrot Oil, Bergamot Oil Spearmint Oil  Patchouli Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Orange Oil, Gardenia Extract, Candy Nose

Review: The patchouli and the sweetish carrot oil of Harvey’s scent reminds me of the Lush  ‘Lord of Misrule’ scent, except Harvey isn’t spicy and doesn’t have black pepper like Lord of Misrule.   Harvey is a fast fizzer. Harvey was a limited time only ballistic for Spring 2002 that Lush remade later on once as well.  He’s sought after still because he’s so darn cute and because it’s such a different and cheery, beautiful and yummy scent. He’s a lovely pale Easter egg yellow color and in the shape of a big bunny face with big funny teeth. Minty and perfumey with a little orange oil in it as well. This is wonderfully Spring like. Like sunshine.  This one was best by itself in my opinion.  Makes yellow water.

Lush 2004 Descrption: Not just the image of an Easter bunny, Harvey bath bomb is in honour of the son of LUSH’s Brighton shop manager. He, in turn, took his moniker from the James Stewart film classic., Harvey. Paws for thought – LUSH has added a helping of carrot oil because it’s good for bunnies!

Here’s my video of Harvey