I definitely enjoyed my candy sweet themed Lush bath. The water turned a pretty hot pink. I suspect had I used the pink Easter egg instead of the yellow, the water would have been a more vibrant pink. To re-create my bath, please use the following products:
1/2 The Comforter Bubble Bar: Sweetart scented. I absolutely love it. Really easily crumbled under running water or within a plastic baggy. Fast melt within water.
- bergamot oil
- cassis absolute (fruity blackcurrant fragrance)
- cypress oil
1/2 MMM Melting Marshmallow Moment: Sweet floral scent. Creates white froth (though Lush says pink). Easily crumbled under running water.
- almond oil
- chamomile powder
- marigold powder
- synthetic musk
1/3 Honey B Easter Egg (Yellow): I was just trying to use this up some more (everything at Lush has more or less a one year expiration date). It arrived cracked so they by coincidence saved me from having to crack it into pieces. I was initially a little annoyed that it didn’t survive the travel from Canada (Lush headquarters) but I saw the advantage. I’m glad it wasn’t purchased as a gift because of the damage. Candy Peep colored and scented. Love this one. I wish I had purchased the pink one too but since I was on the bunnytail end of the Easter sales it went out of stock.
The Godmother Soap: Plummy sweetness. I can see why so many people love this scent. Lush soaps last forever so don’t over-buy or they may unfortunately go bad before you get to enjoy them. That would be a definite shame =(.
- Rapeseed Oil
- Sunflower Oil
- Coconut Oil
- Synthetic Musk
- Iris glitter
I wish the Lush site or store offered bath cocktail recipes. I waste too much time thinking about which ingredients would best work together to achieve a certain theme and of course to not clash scents (which probably isn’t something of big concern).
*Photocredit: Lush Cosmetics