November 13, 2012

Lush Fun: It’s a Soap, It’s a Bubble Bar, It’s a Modeling Clay?

Ah Lush Fun, you’re so, um, FUN!

Fun is a new multitasking bath product from our kind friends at Lush that you can use in your shower, in your hair, in your bath, or just as some modeling clay if the mood strikes!

Kids will most definitely like it best as it has the squishy, molding texture of clay or play-doh so bath time becomes play time thanks to a little Lush Fun.

When I was growing up one my favorite things in the world was Play-Doh. Seriously, how addicting was it to collect ALL the shades? How great was it playing mad scientist while mixing colors to create new ones? And how disappointing was it getting one of those themed molding kits like “Ice Cream Parlor” but never really being able to create anything nearly as awesome as what was on the box…! Ahhh marketing!

Of course, Lush Fun, as a Play-Doh lover, was an instant hit with me! I had to have it.

Fun is $6.95 per a piece and comes in five shades.

  • Blue: Soothing chamomile and lavender.
  • Pink: Vanilla and tonka.
  • Green: Zesty, lemon and lime.
  • Yellow: Comforting vanilla.
  • Orange: Sunny mandarin orange.

The really nice thing about Fun is the fact that you can get several showers or baths out of the product. I know a lot of folks who like to reserve bubble bars and cut them in half or in fours to use over several baths. Fun allows you to break off a healthy piece with plenty left over for more “fun” at a later date!

It’ll appeal to kids for sure but honestly, I’m a big kid at heart anyway so it totally caught my attention.

I’ll have a review upcoming for you shortly….!

Available at lush.com

Tried it?

Do share!

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • OrangeLipstickBlog

    *whispers*

    What about eating Play-Doh?

    I mean…..not that I did. But, you know….sometimes some gets stuck to your fingers. Or so I hear.

    *sulks away in shame*

    • the Muse

      I NEVER ate play doh dude..I did eat paste and glue…LOL but not play doh! is it toxic? lol

      • OrangeLipstickBlog

        Way to make me feel like an outsider!!! JK. Glue was the ultimate offender. But yeah, Play-Doh is non-toxic. It’s completely safe! Just tastes like…salt? And grit. Lol. I’m disgusting.

        • the Muse

          lol I never ate it tbh! I def went through that weird paste thing in grade school lol!

          • Cj

            I went through a phase where I ate lip balm… My cousin told me it was candy >.>

          • the Muse

            I went through that phase too, when I was like five I ate an entire tube of cherry chapstick, true story!

  • Marta

    A friend made flowers with the yellow + pink and the green + orange combos intended as party favors, but she couldn’t give them away as they’re still soft. Firmer now than when she was molding though, so maybe it takes like a week or so for it to harden? Anyways I think it’s a good fun concept, but I’m happy with polyclay so I’ll pass for now! I love the smell of the blue and the pink though…

    • the Muse

      hey marta I’ve had them open for a while but they don’t seem to harden ;-D I imagine they don’t expect you to use them for real molding projects lol πŸ˜€

      • Marta

        I guess not lol! But when you see the modelled soap it looks really cute! I imagine she’ll have to put them in small jewellry carboard boxes and they’ll be fine.

        • the Muse

          aw! I wish I had the talent to do something like that ;D I can make the most elementary of shapes and that’s it lol!

  • Tammie

    I got the yellow for my son, it’s really cute :). I like how the Japanese name is like a Power Rangers theme. Yellow Ranger, Peach Ranger, Green Ranger etc. Can’t read the kanji though.

  • Debster

    I was looking to buy this before you reviewed it, and I love the Pikachu they made for the yellow colour!!! XD

      • Debster

        Sorry, I meant you mentioning this product in general. Me and words don’t mix sometimes lolol.

  • Miss_Silk

    Ohh what a fun product~! Also I like how the colors of also written in Japanese

  • TiffanyN

    Can’t wait for your review! I was going to wait til after you posted it, but I got impatient and went out and bought the red one πŸ˜€

  • TiffanyN

    Mmm, they’re alright, it’s kinda awkward to use them in the shower and in the bath, they make those quick-disappearing bubbles :C They sure are fun though πŸ˜€