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30 June 2013

Fluffy Egg Bath Bomb


We all know that Lush are a kind and caring company. They support the eradication of animal testing; they do everything in their power to be more ecologically friendly; and their staff always provide the friendliest and most helpful retail experience on the high street. And to top it all off, they know the types of products that both Lushies and 'normal people' (haha!)  go crazy over. Which is probably part of the reason why they have released the 'Fluffy Egg' as part of their Easter range over the last few years. 

If you're a normal person, who doesn't feel the need to buy a zillion of each Lush product and store them like they're going out of fashion, this is probably an item you'll want to get your hands on as soon as they're released. Why, you ask? Because it shares the same scent as Snow Fairy!

Lush know that Snow Fairy is one of their most loved scents. So rather than making fans wait a whole year for the Christmas range to come back, they can now top up their favourite scent mid-way through the year. If you're like me - strange, a little loopy, and slightly OCD with my Lush collection, you probably already have 25 bottles of Snow Fairy locked away in your cupboard for fear that you'll run out one day.
Fluffy Egg is an adorable pink Easter egg-shaped bath bomb finished off with a beautiful floral decoration. It's gorgeous - smelling of candy-floss and bubblegum - a girly scent that will win over even the harshest of critics. The smell is strong yet not overpowering and the scent definitely lingers on skin afterwards. 

It fizzes quickly and leaves a pink explosion in its wake. When I dropped it into the bath, it fizzed beautiful and immediately turned the bath into an elegant and inviting, bright pink delight. The water stays a vibrant shade throughout your entire bathing experience, and leaves your skin feeling radiant and soft. Its fragrance is very uplifting and stimulating, helping you to feel fresh and energised after a long soak. It is also quite a youthful scent too so perhaps wouldn't be suited for someone who likes a mature smelling bath bomb. 

Ultimately, this is a great alternative to those who don't appreciate chocolate gifts at Easter, whether that's because of allergies, dieting or simply because you don't like chocolate. I would definitely choose one of these over a chocolate equivalent any day. 
I only bought two this year as I wasn't sure what to expect. However, I know I'll be stocking up on this if Lush bring it out next Easter. Here's hoping...

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Synthetic Musk, Benzyl Benzoate, Colour 45410, Colour 14700, Colour 17200, Candy Flowers.

Vegan?: Yes

2015 Price: £2.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2011.

Scent Family:
Best Washes Wash Card
Bubblegum Lip Scrub
Candy Fluff Ballistic
Candy Fluff Perfume
Candy Fluff Dusting Powder
Fairy Dust Dusting Powder
Father Christmas Bath Bomb
Fluffy Egg Bath Bomb
Godmother Soap
Lush Mechanic Cold-Pressed Soap
Magic Wand Bubble Bar
Melting Marshmallow Moment Bath Oil
Mmmelting Marshmallow Bath Melt
Pink Easter Egg Ballistic
Snow Fairy Body Conditioner
Snow Fairy Lip Tint
Snow Fairy Liquid Perfume
Snow Fairy Shower Gel
Snow Fairy Solid Perfume
Snow Fairy Sparkle Massage Bar







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  2. I was wondering if anyone knew when the Easter products will no longer be available online/in stores? Thanks!

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