LUSH Review: Bunny Bubble Bar (Easter)

bunny bubble bar

Despite containing coconut oil and shea butter, this bath wasn’t moisturising. It did however make for a sweetly smelling, milky, bubbly bath

Rating: 4/5 Liked it, may repurchase

Use: Bubble bar. Crumble under the tap whilst running a bath to create bubbles

Effect: Creates bubbles, turns the water a milky white colour with a tiny tinge of pink, sweet scent that lingers on the skin

Smell: Like marshmallows and raspberry cordial, softly sweet

Texture: Felt silky in the water, there are a small amount of blue cornflower petals that float around, they are about 1 mm x 8 mm and didn’t bother me too much. Afterwards my skin felt smooth and soft but not hydrated, maybe even a bit drier than it started off in a few areas

Frequency: I got two of these, I won’t be rushing to buy more this year but might pick up another one next year

Vegan: Yes

Size: 80g, 7 cm long, 5 cm wide, 3.5 cm tall

Lasts: 2 baths or more depending on how many bubbles you want

Love: The smell, and the milky, bubbly water

Hate: That it wasn’t moisturising, and the floaters (including the eyes and tail, made of hard jelly stuff and a flower bud)

Condition: Arrived in perfect condition

Price: AU $5.95, US $6.95, UK £3.25

Storage: Keep it in the plastic or paper bag it came in until ready to break in half for use

Top Tip: This leaves some flower debris in the bottom of the bath, so chuck a jug of water around the tub when you’re done

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