Lush Easter Review: The Immaculate Eggception Bath Bomb
Hey everyone! Another Lush review for you today! So last year I reviewed a lot of these same products but thought I would still review them this year just for updated photos. Its amazing how much better I have got and can't wait to see how I have improved next year!
Today I am reviewing the very exciting Immaculate Eggception! This huge Easter Egg bath bomb costs a whopping £6.95 but if its any consolation - it is huge! By far one of the biggest bath bombs I am to encounter!
So I re-read last years review here and this year I did some things differently based on last years review.
First of all, The Immaculate Eggception, can be cracked like an egg into two halves, the point being that you can get two baths out of it! A great idea but last year I remember thinking one half just wasn't enough so I used the whole thing this year and have to say I really enjoyed it! The smell was long lasting and lingered throughout the house. It stayed on my skin and made for a really enjoyable bath. I picked up the pink one since last year I got yellow and the bath turned an amazing shade of bright pink - perfect for us girly girls. The best part was I found it didn't stain which in my books is always a plus. The last thing you want after a lovely bath is to be cleaning the sides with your marigolds on!
Inside these fun huge eggs is a hidden surprise! You get a mini bath bomb shaped like either a Easter rabbit or chick! Last year I got the bunny, so I was quite happy to find a little yellow chick inside this one! I saved this for another bath so I guess you could say for £6.95 you do get two baths (still very expensive though!)
The scent is lovely - Lush describe it as chocolatey and I can definitely see that but its also very limey and uplifting. Its a lovely scent and even just being in the packet waiting to be used it filled my room with its gorgeous aroma.
Overall its definitely a fun bath bomb which is worth buying if you fancy yourself a little treat. Its also 5p cheaper than last year so rejoice! I'd recommend the pink one over the yellow one just because... who doesn't like a pink bath! I always find yellow baths a bit strange anyways! This is a limited edition product for Easter and can be purchased online here or in your local lush store for £6.95
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