Lush's Limited-Edition Easter Items Are the Only Things You Need in Your Holiday Basket

Easter is right around the corner, so if you still don't know what to request in your Easter basket, Lush has got you covered.

Their limited-edition Easter collection is full of bath bombs, shower gels and more items that'll have you jumping for joy.

I was fortunate enough to get my hands on not just one, but all of these cutesy products and here's what I have to say about each of 'em!


Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt: $8.95

I'm always excited to try out any Lush item I purchase, but I was extremely stoked to get my hands on this coveted wonder. Let me just say, it does not disappoint. The second I plopped this bath bomb into the water, I was enveloped by sparkly golden swirls. Once it was fully melted in the bath, I was greeted by the delicious scent of caramel toffee. Not going to lie, I was pretty close to drinking my own bath water. Yes, it smelled that delectable. I stepped out of the tub with flecks of glitter still on my skin, which was a nice bonus to the fabulous bath I had just enjoyed.

Lush's golden egg bath bomb melt

 

Wash Behind Your Ears Shower Gel: $10.95

With its vibrant orange hue, this shower gel is obviously reminiscent of a bunny's fave snack—carrots. But it doesn't just look like the vegetables, it tastes like them, too. Created with a blend of jasmine and rose oils, these strong scents will perk you right up and have you feeling ready to take on anything. I know it did for me!

Lush's wash behind your ears shower gel

 

Flopsy Face Wash Jelly: $9.95

Okay, how freaking cute is this jelly?! It's a little yellow bun bun! When I initially took the face wash out of the packaging, I was kind of hoping (or hopping, in this case) it was a face mask. But alas, it was not. After lathering up a chunk of the jelly in my hands with a bit of water, I rubbed it all over my complexion. It had a nice zesty scent that left me feeling refreshed. The almond oil used in the face wash made my skin silky smooth, too.

Lush's flopsy face wash jelly

 

Chocolate Easter Egg Soap: $5.95

Oh. My. Gosh. This is singlehandedly the best smelling soap I've come across thus far in my life. Much like the Golden Egg, I wanted to devour this bath product once I got a whiff of its chocolatey aroma. I was really happy that its scent didn't wear off either, because boy did it smell tasty.

Lush's chocolate easter egg soap

 

Which Came First? (Stripes) Bath Bomb: $12.95

I got the Stripes version of the bath bomb, but it's also available in a Spots alternative if that tickles your fancy. What's fun about this bath bomb is there's a cute little surprise inside the brightly colored shell. Plus, you can even use this bad boy up to three times if you so please. I used it all at once, because I'm greedy, and I'm glad I did. With an invigorating grapefruit scent and vivid fuchsia hues, it made my bath that much more exciting.

Lush's what came first stripes bath bomb

 

Chocolate Lip Scrub: $9.95

If there's one thing I love, it's a good lip scrub. And Lush just really knows how to make the perfect ones. Their Chocolate one is no exception. It scrubbed my lips clean so they were crusty no more. I really enjoyed how this one tasted just like chocolate. It was like I was treating myself to the scrumptious dessert without acquiring any of the calories. A win, win!

Lush's chocolate lip scrub

 

Bunch of Carrots Bubble Bar: $12.95

I'm all for bringing back bubbles to bath time, so I continually splurge on Lush's Bubble Bars. Good thing I didn't have to plant a garden to pick these carrots. Each vivid carrot produces its own fruity bunch of bubbles, so I was able to get three baths out of this one product. Got to love that!

Lush's bunch of carrots bubble bar

 

Chick 'N' Mix Bath Bomb: $10.95

Similar to the Which Came First bath bomb, this big guy can be used for three different baths and it has a little surprise inside. I used it all together (surprise, surprise) and was greeted by a spectacle of blue, green, orange and yellow swirls. Its cheerful citrusy scent was also rather pleasant.

Lush's chick 'n' mix bath bomb

 

After trying all of these products, my favorite is the Golden Egg bath bomb melt. It really lived up to its hype and then some. I'd use it every day for the rest of my life if I could.

The Chocolate Easter Egg soap does come in a close second, though. Leaving me smelling like a sugary confection all day long, I will attempt to get as much out of this guy as I can before I use it all up.

 

Speaking of Lush items you need to try, HERE are all the reasons you should start using their self-preserving collection.