How cute is this little fella? I wasn’t sure whether to review this or not. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it. I sat and thought to myself ‘you can’t not put this cutie on your blog!’ So here we are, the cute little easter bunny is on the blog. I have a thing for Lush and a thing for animal shaped products. It has been a while since I reviewed anything from Lush and that’s really just because I haven’t been blown away by the things I have been using recently. I’m getting more organised with blogging, get back into the swing of things and planning posts etc. Soo much easier, so I may well review my other Lush items yet!
What Lush Say about Bunny
‘Follow this white rabbit to the bathroom for sweetly scented, skin softening bubbles. With the comforting smell of Fair Trade vanilla absolute, and filled with blue cornflowers to float through the water and surround you in the bath.’ – Lush
Ingredients & Scent
Apparently the tail and the eyes are candy. I wouldn’t advise eating them though. This contains coconut oil, known for it’s skin smoothing properties (more on that later). This also contains the dreaded sodium laureth sulfate to help it bubble up. SLS is known for it’s skin drying out properties. Boo to having SLS Bunny!
At first this smelt a little bit like snow fairy to me. I was disappointed when I broke bunny in half and put him in the bath, only to discover that it did in fact smell of vanilla and not snow fairy. Maybe I should have read Lush’s description.
I used half of the bunny in my bath because I have a small tub. It was sufficient enough for the size of my bath. I loved the smell and look of Bunny, but was left feeling a little disappointed with the results. No bubbles, lots of flowers and dry skin. The water turned a lovely pale pink colour and the whole bathroom smelled gorgeous. But this little fella made no bubbles. I thought that was the point of a bubble bar? Still I got in the tub only to be attacked by all the little blue cornflowers floating around my tub . After about 15 minutes these turned yellow/brown and looked as if someone had sprinkled dried grass in my bath. The water felt very soft and was nice to lie in, but after getting out the bath and drying myself off I felt more dry than normal. Maybe this little guy sucked all the moisture out of my skin. Who knows. He is darn cute though.
Price Point & Where to Buy
You can find the Bunny Bubble Bar in store and online from Lush for £3.25
I can’t help but be a bit disappointed by this. I expected oodles of bubbles. I don’t think I will buy this again, I have my eye on the Easter carrots so lets hope they fare better.
Have you tried Bunny or any of the other Easter offerings?