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Here are a few last minute gift ideas for the moms. You can never go wrong with Lush Bath Bombs.

1. Twilight Bath Bomb – $5.95

Recreate the magic of a starry night in your bath water with clouds of lavender, ylang ylang and ovaltine to fight the demons of insomnia and soothe your stressed out body and mind. Our most relaxing Bath Bomb yet, Twilight is our gentle, reassuring hug for the bath to transform you from worn out to warm and fuzzy. It changes colour like the sky at dusk, from pinks to purples and darker still. Lay back in the comforting herbal waters to soak your troubles far, far away.

FEATURES
Herbal tonic: Lavender acts as nature’s melatonin to relax your mind for a more restful sleep.
Bedtime story: Take the bitter edge off of sleeplessness with sweet tonka absolute, vanilla’s saucier cousin.
Comforting and relaxing: Ovaltine is added for soothing, creamy bath water; our version of a warm glass of milk before bed.

2. Rose Queen Bath Bomb – $4.95

Lush thought it was time for a new floral Bath Bomb so they designed the Rose Queen. Full of blossoms, petals and a sensuous new rose fragrance, this one is a splendid, sophisticated bomb fit for a queen. When LUSH co-founder and Bath Bomb inventor Mo first dropped one of these in a tub to show everyone her latest invention, she asked if there were enough petals. Everyone said they thought there was plenty, but Mo went ahead and put lots more in to really spoil us!

3. Golden Slumbers Bath Bomb – $6.35

Remember how it felt to sleep like a baby? Neither did we before the invention of Golden Slumbers. Leave the sheep behind, and relax in the bath with this triple lavender and chamomile fizzer to unwind your restless mind and gently lull you off to sleep. Stress melts away in waves of lavender sprigs, lavender oil and lavender absolute that we put into each handmade Bath Bomb. Trying to keep your eyes open after a bath with this golden beauty is a feat; you’re better just to give in and go off to bed.

FEATURES
Soothing cure-all: Soak away your cares, stress and concerns in our herbal Bath Bomb and watch insomnia go down the drain.
No more counting sheep: The triple helping of lavender is soothing and relaxing on your mind and body.
Calming chamomile: Believed to be calming for the mind, body and soul, and soothing for both the emotions and skin.

4. Phoenix Rising Bath Bomb – $6.95

This new Bath Bomb is a tribute to their belief that great things can rise out of the ashes, just like the mythical Phoenix. Royal purple and gold-dusted, with a cinnamon stick in the centre, this gorgeous bomb sinks to the bottom of the tub when you toss it in, and slowly rises up, fizzing out a spicy apple and cinnamon scent.

FEATURES
Spicy and fruity: The Phoenix has a refreshing orangey twist to lift your spirits.
Baby, it’s cold outside:Perfect for warming up in the tub on a crisp autumn or winter night.
Sparkling cinnamon fizz: The spicy scent of cinnamon is excellent for stimulating tired minds and bodies.

5. Mrs. Whippy – $5.95

Inspired in scent and shape by real soft serve ice cream, Mrs. Whippy has a calming effect on skin that is feeling dry. A rather sophisticated sweetie, invite Mrs. Whippy to join you in your warm bath and watch her slowly fizz, releasing creamy, soya milk powder (yes, it’s vegan!), to soften your bathwater and soothe your skin. An indulgent, relaxing soaker; make sure you leave plenty of time to enjoy her sweet berry fragrance and comforting effects.

FEATURES
Vegan milk bath: Soya milk powder softens the bath water, making it milky and gentle on dry or sensitive skin.
Berry delicious: Buchu oil has fruity notes and gives Mrs. Whippy her fresh, berry fragrance.
Bathe like an Egyptian: It’s reputed that Cleopatra indulged in milk baths to keep her skin soft too.

Thanks Lush for giving us some smell-good, feel-good ideas for Mother’s Day. We love our bath bombs!!!

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1 COMMENT

  • Mindy Nguyen on May 14, 2012

    OMG i loooooove the rose queen bath bomb, I use it whenever I want to treat myself! Best present ever!!!

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