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HELLO! Are there any other littles who love bathbombs, bubble bars, and everything that is lush cosmetics? Because i'd love to just gush over favorite products and talk about how nice they are!

Or maybe help a Daddy find a nice treat(or bribe) for their little one's bath time?

 

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I've never used lush. I want too.

 

I kinda sometimes make my own stuff. Like I'll make a fancy milk bath and things. :3 You use coconut milk and you can make a mixture that's good for a few baths, you store it inside of your fridge. 

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My absolute favorite isa bubble bar which is called The Comforter: Not only does it makes my bath pink (!!!) but it also smells like heaven:

 
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I've always wanted to get some Lush bath bombs but I'm way too cheap! However, reading this thread prompted me to google "diy lush bath bombs" and wow do these look good! If any littles are into crafting/baking with their daddies/caregivers, these look like fun :)

 

 

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I adore Lush!
I'm a regular at my store. xD (They like to show me the new stuff they get in every time we go in and they all know me by my name ;w; it makes for a super shy Batty sometimes.)
I pretty much love all their stuff, but I've only used bath bombs, soaps, lip scrubs, and body lotions. All smell amazing and the lip scrubs are so yummy.
I had the big Santa head bath bomb (can't remember the name of said bath bomb at all) from this past Christmas and when I used it... OH MY GOD!
My bath water turned this green-teal color, smelled amazing, and it was super moisturizing.

 

@Kitten Cupcake: I remember reading a post that asked the same thing you're asking on tumblr once. I would like to tell you, yes they are safe to use, and you don't have to use the whole thing. You can break it up into smaller pieces with a hammer.

 

Ps. @Babygirl: Those tutorials look super fun. :3

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I love ALL things to do with baths! Unfortunately, for the past 8 years, I've been living without a bathtub. *sob* So I would love to use lush bath bombs, but I would have to order some and wait until we took a vacation where we stay in a hotel. :\

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@Kitten Cupcake: I remember reading a post that asked the same thing you're asking on tumblr once. I would like to tell you, yes they are safe to use, and you don't have to use the whole thing. You can break it up into smaller pieces with a hammer.

 

 

 

Oh thank you! I will have to buy them as I take baths a lot and they would be fun~

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Oh thank you! I will have to buy them as I take baths a lot and they would be fun~

You're very welcome!

They are super fun, and so wonderful smelling!

Also you should totes try their bubble bars! I hear they are amazing!

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I wish my bathtub wasn't so small Q~Q. I'm thinking about making bath bombs once I get some coconut oil. So for all the future pen pals, you might already know what you're getting. I'm also working on making my own cosmetics :3

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I love taking baths and I like using Lush bath products. I've only used Bubble Bars so far but I'd really like to try Bath Bombs.

I've tried Creamy Candy Bubble Bar and The Comforter.

 

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From last time I used The Comforter, + my bath buddies ^^

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What are bubble bars? I wonder how they differ from bath bombs since in the picture it seems to have also changed the bath water color.

 

Yes it changes the bath water color, it smells very good, and it makes bubbles

I never tried bath bombs so I'm not sure about the differences. 

But when you use the bubble bars you only break a piece of it (so you can use one bubble bar for several baths) and then you must put it under hot running water. 

 

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I've been curious about these for a while, like are they really safe and stuff? D: They look so big!

 

They are expansive but you don't have to use it all at once! On the photo I only put 1/4 of this bomb and as you can see it was already very opaque and it still smells very strongly:

 

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They are expansive but you don't have to use it all at once! On the photo I only put 1/4 of this bomb and as you can see it was already very opaque and it still smells very strongly:

 

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oh wow so you can like take it out too?!

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They are expansive but you don't have to use it all at once! On the photo I only put 1/4 of this bomb and as you can see it was already very opaque and it still smells very strongly:

 

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It looks like a cake hehe

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I really, really, really love the Creamy Candy bubble bar. It smells like cotton candy and is super fantastically pink.

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I love ALL things to do with baths! Unfortunately, for the past 8 years, I've been living without a bathtub. *sob* So I would love to use lush bath bombs, but I would have to order some and wait until we took a vacation where we stay in a hotel. :\

That is a travesty!! Bubble baths are freaking great. I don't think I could go without one at least every other month.

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Bath bombs and bubble baths are great! I love the Dragon's Egg bath bomb and Sunny Side bubble bar best. They're both so glittery and they smell like Lemon Heads! They're all pretty safe; Lush uses both natural ingredients or safe synthetic ingredients. The only downside I think is that some of their bath products contain sugar, which isn't great unless you want a UTI. But I love their bath bombs and bubble bars. They're great!

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I've always wanted to get some Lush bath bombs but I'm way too cheap! However, reading this thread prompted me to google "diy lush bath bombs" and wow do these look good! If any littles are into crafting/baking with their daddies/caregivers, these look like fun :)

 

 

Ah, thank for the DIY! Do you think the food dye would stain your skin/ the tub though? 

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