Cruelty-free beauty brand Lush has just released its Easter-inspired range of bath and shower products, which includes 16 eggcellent vegan products.
Cruelty-free beauty brand Lush has just released its Easter-inspired range bath and shower products. Fans of Lush’s 2017 Easter collection will see some old favourites like Golden Egg, as well as exciting new creations such as the mint-chocolate scented Cream Egg Bubbleroon.
This time around the collection consists of 16 handmade, 100 per cent vegan products spanning everything from classic bath bombs and bubble bars to shower gels and soaps.
Lush has described its new limited-edition Easter range as “fun, colourful inventions that will bring out your inner child with their whimsy and uplifting ways.”
Eggcellent Easter products
Ranging from classic carrot and egg-shaped bath bombs to bubble bars, the collection is both cute and colourful and is guaranteed to add some fun to your bath. The most eye-catching product of the collection is perhaps the ”Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt” made out of synthetic mica, and will add a dash of sparkle to your day.
The Cream Egg Bubbleroon is one of our top picks from this year’s offering because, not only does it fill your bath with bright neon water, but it also smells like mint chocolate. Made from Fair Trade organic cocoa and Fair Trade shea butter, it leaves your skin smelling sweet and feeling super-soft.
If you prefer your bath time to be dominated by warm scents then the Poisson D’Avril Bubble Bar is the one for you. This little fishy is bursting with cinnamon leaf, spicy black pepper oils and woody oakmoss, while simultaneously filling your tub with bright orange bubbles.
Whilst not all of Lush’s products are vegan (although the majority of their new launches are increasingly suitable for vegans), Lush is dedicated to fighting animal testing, and often campaigns against the farming and trading of fur. The company celebrates the achievements of others who are working to find alternative options to testing on animals in an annual celebratory campaign, where they award a prize to influential people in areas such as science, research, and campaigning.