What is a new season without a new Lush haul, hey? A haul filled with new and uplifting scents, cute colours and adorable cuteness always marks the start of something new and the quickly upcoming Easter celebrations are no exception. It was time to head my local Lush store and basket up the new collection which i've been eyeing up the week previous. Along with two all time favourites, Comforter and Brightside, five new delights found their way into my hands and here's a little run through for those of you who also long for the perfect seasonal bath.
Immaculate Eggception in yellow and in pink £6.95 each:
Ingredients - vanilla, grapefruit oil, lemon oil
Use - throw in your bath for a bright colour, skin softening and bubbles!
Comments - these are adorable egg shaped bombs which house a mini bunny bath bomb inside. Due to their size they'll last up to three baths so worth the money.
Avobath £3.35 each:
Ingredients - avocado, virgin olive oil, lemongrass oil, bergamot oil
Use - super hydrating and nutritious for the skin, citrus scent is perfect for the morning
Comments - A simple looking bath bomb but with all the goodness on the inside. I can't wait to feel the benefits in my skin afterwards.
Hoppity Poppity £2.50 each:
Ingredients - lime oil, violet leaf, lavender
Use - a fizzy little bomb with a calming influence
Comments - super cute and adorable bath bomb, almost too cute to use! Apparently featuring popping candy for a little excitement whilst running your bath.
Think Pink £2.65 each:
Ingredients - tonka, vanilla, neroli, lavender
Use - relaxing bath bomb with a mind clearing scent
Comments - inside this bamb bomb are little confetti hearts to cheer you up after a long day in the office.
The Easter range features a noticeable citrus theme which I love, really awakening and uplifting now that the evenings are drawing out. It makes a nice change from calming scents which make you want to sleep twenty hours of the day! I can't wait to try all these out, the one i'm most excited for is Avobath as my skin can get very dehydrated. It's not always the bright ones with the jazzy patterns which have the best punch - there's a moral in there somewhere..