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Have A LUSH Easter // Overview of Collection

It's time for the next delicious Lush collection to hit my blog. So far this year Lush have provided us with an amazing Valentines Day collection and Mother's Day and now the Easter collection looks just as eggcellent! This years is full of items to fit everyones budget. Skip the Easter Eggs and pamper yourself. They've also come up with a few new inventions for us as well as bringing back old favourites.

The Immaculate Eggception is a new invention from Lush this year, as regular Lush lovers will know, every year Lush produce big Easter eggs, over the years they have in fact shrunk though. This years has a new scent and a hidden surprise. Shake to hear your rattling surprise. The shell of this smells delicious and both shades are adorable. I love the flowers on the yellow, I hope I get one of these! The shell smells of vanilla, ylang ylang and grapefruit. The shell is also a mix of bubble bar and bath ballistic. You can throw it all into your bath or you can crack it open to see your surprise. A chocolate scented chick or bunny ballistic, I won't spoil the surprise of which is in each colour! These retail at £7 each. I'd say you can get 4 baths out of the shell and one from the centre! 
Every year the Fluffy Eggs have come back me and my Mum go crazy, so these are for her, minus 1. Lucky thing. She adores this scent. Be prepared for a bright pink review! I can't recommend these enough, the candy flowers remind me of my childhood while the scent smells of candy floss and jelly beans, the famous snow fairy scent. I'll be using mine tonight with my Snow Fairy shower gel and God Mother soap! Yummy!! These retail at £2.95. Grab your bath ballistic when it's half fizzed and get two uses out of it. Or just treat yourself! It's calorie free after all!
The Carrot, is the one product I'm dying to test out! LUSH are carrying on their fantastic bubble bar wands in this collection. I'll miss my Hippy Chick bath ballistics from past Easters, however this all new citrus scent makes up! This wand retails at £4.95, The fragrance of The Carrot is full of fruity oils such as lemon, bergamot and buchu. It's a gorgeous scent and beats the refresher scent of last years chick! Now to test out how many moisturising bubbles this one creates. Remind me to keep this one away from little Chester! This ones all mine.
This cute little chap is the Chick Knot Wrap, why not purchase one of the LUSH eggs to wrap up in him. Two gifts in one. He's fairly easy to wrap up, or just ask the staff in store to help. Who wants a how to blog post? I've got a few of these Knot Wraps now, I love them. Your gift will definitely stand out. He fits both sizes of eggs. This little chick retails at £2.95.
Welcome back this little cutie, this year Lush have made him bigger and filled him with two gorgeous Lush Easter goodies. The perfect gift set. He's already wrapped up for you, so no need to worry about getting in a tangle. The Carrot is neatly wrapped up inside the bunny along with a Fluffy Egg. A little Lush fact, the Knot Wraps do in fact help save 11.6 tonnes of waste per year, think of how much rubbish chocolate eggs make? This little guy can be reused again and again. Hoppy Easter retails at £10.95. I'm thinking I'll grab one before they go and use as part of my Lush loving Mum's birthday presents. 
Still stuck with how to package your gifts? Maybe you don't want to pay out for a Knot Wrap, well reuse a gift bag or gift box. We keep a stack of them in our house. Pair with a few little chocolates and throw in some packaging that comes with your online orders and your finished. I personally hate getting Chocolate eggs for Easter, I always leave them. 
For £20.90 you could own the whole collection, 1 Hoppy Easter set, 1 Immaculate Eggception, 1 chick knot wrap. 
Another cracking collection from Lush, have you picked up or hinted yet? It's a delicious collection once again full of new and old inventions. What's caught your eye? Do you love the Fluffy Eggs as much as I do? 

Disclaimer: Everything but one Fluffy egg and Chick Knot Wrap was purchased by me. Wrap and Fluffy egg were sent to me.
Items sent for review consideration. No Payment has been received.

15 comments

  1. They all look fab! Hoping to try some out! SX

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  2. ahh they all look so cute! xxx

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    1. Going to have to get a pink immaculate egg to smash open before Easter I think ;)
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  3. Aww they look lovely!! The carrot looks great x

    harrihairandbeauty.blogspot.com

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    1. It's cute isn't it, wonder how well it will be for swishing!
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  4. Haha I love your puns! This collection looks amazing and I'm so tempted to go out and buy some, or at least smell them! Enjoy your eggs! XxxX http://thesecondhandrose.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Haha, I'm glad people notice ;) I'm gifting everyone with LUSH :D Who can resist these! :)
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  5. Debating! Gotta go sniff for myself next time I'm in brum though! (which will be just before easter) so just in time!

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    1. You'll love the fluffy egg since you love comforter :D and as for the bigger egg it's so refreshing :)
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    2. Aye I think that's the product that I'm most likely to end up getting!

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  6. They all look so good, I wouldn't know which one to use first!

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  7. I have asked for LUSH instead of Easter Eggs this year so can't wait to stock up on these! xx

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  8. everything looks so adorable x

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  9. ahh they are all so cute! I need to get to Lush
    Carissa xx

    Vanilla Crush Blog

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