I have friends who are horrified that I burn tarts or use $5-$8 bubble bars or bombs! Seriously, my friend Jamie can’t walk into Lush with without proclaiming how expensive the bombs and bubble bars are and wincing about how you’re only using them for one bath and how that bath is costing me anywhere between $5 to $10.
She also does the same thing when we go to Yankee Candle and tells me I’m burning money each time I melt a tart.
I love her but I guess I don’t have the same mentality about beauty that she does as I consider the $8 bucks I spend on a Lush bath relaxing, comforting, and just a wonderful indulgence and money well spent. I work hard I deserve a little R&R under a mound of delicious scented moisturizing bubbles don’t I?
Well for friends like Jamie might I introduce you to the Lush Brightside Bubble Bar?
Remember that one time how I told you I loved me some sparkle and shimmer? Well the Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb brings a glittery explosion to your bath.
Lush Carrot Soap was launched with the Lush Easter 2014 Collection and contrary to it’s name it doesn’t technically smell like a carrot. Although, thinking about it, perhaps that wouldn’t be an entirely bad thing right? I like carrots, they smell kinda ok, I wouldn’t mind a carrot scented soap….!
There’s still time to stock your Easter Baskets with awesome beauty! Might I suggest the Lush Fluffy Egg Bath Bomb for one thing?
Shaped like a decorative Easter Egg, Lush’s Fluffy Egg Bath Bomb brings a delightful and sweet smelling bath to your tub.
Hop in the tub with the new Lush Bunny Bubble Bar for a sweet, fluffy relaxing bath this Easter. Launched for a limited time with the Lush Easter 2014 Collection this cute little Bunny Bubble Bar is scented like Lush’s deliciously addictive Creamy Candy Bubble Bar scent.
Take a look!