Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Golden Egg, Lush - Review

Golden Egg, Lush
Easter. My second favourite holiday after Halloween. Who can resist all the little bunnies and springtime decorations? Other things I can't resist are Lush's seasonal limited editions. Whilst recently perusing their website I noticed the new Golden Egg. As soon as I read that it has the Honey I Washed The Kids fragrance it was instantly added to my basket. HIWTK is perhaps my ultimate Lush fragrance. Either that or Silky Underwear. Mmmm.

I've used a lot of glittery products from Lush but none quite as glittery as this. My fingers were covered! It easily came off at the first touch of water but to save making a mess, you'll want to get this into the bath with as minimal contact as possible.

As expected, the Golden Egg smelt wonderful. Sweet honey and caramel filled the bathroom. Yum. A perfectly relaxing (and non-fattening) Easter treat. Golden Egg is part bath melt, part bath ballistic so it is slow fizzing and skin softening. I found that it wasn't as softening as many other Lush bath products I have tried and it left the water an undesirable colour. Whilst I loved the smell, I think I'll be sticking to the Honey Bee bath bomb in the future and will not be repurchasing the Golden Egg. However, if I receive another one, I won't be complaining.

Slow melting, glittery yumminess
If you're stuck with what to get that person who is dairy-free, on a diet or simply doesn't like chocolate this Easter, check out Lush's Easter range.

Have you tried anything from their Easter range? What are you favourite Lush smells?

Helen x

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8 comments:

  1. I don't have a bath, I am so gutted that I can't try any of these, they look so pretty xxx


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    1. When I lived in Swansea I didn't have a bath either. I feel your pain.

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  2. Love Lush but not their glittery products! The stuff gets everywhere!

    Katrina | ChatterFox-Chit Chat about this and that.

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    1. I don't usually have problems with glittery products. I think it depends on whether you live in a hard or soft water area. Glitter goes nicely down the drain.

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  3. Helen! I never realised you were a blogger too :) Love what you've done, and I want to get my hands on one of those golden eggs now too. Could do with a relaxing bath after a hectic day at work. Mel xx www.blackhoney.me

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    1. Yes! I'm very secretive about it. In actually in London right now as I went to an organic food and beauty event to blog about. I got so much free stuff so I'm going to struggle carrying it around with me tomorrow.

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  4. This looks amazing and really pretty too!
    ItsTheBlueBow x

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    1. It smells as good as it looks.

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