Blogmas Day 11: LUSH Peeping Santa Bubble Bar

I love LUSH! And, there is no better time to shop at LUSH than at Christmas because their Christmas collection is always so good! I have a few favourites from the collection but a returning one has always been the ‘Peeping Santa’.

Peeping Santa is a bubble bar rather than a bath bomb. I prefer the bubble bars to the bath bombs as I feel that you get more for your money. I can get around 8 uses out of a bubble bar if I use it wisely! Another of my favourites (the Snow Fairy Wand) gives me around 10 baths which I think is amazing value!

But, lets get onto why I love this little fella!

 

I first used Peeping Santa last year when I was looking for some Christmas products to use over the festive season. I was actually looking for the Melting Snowman which was a previous favourite but unfortunately they no longer make this particular bubble bar! I picked up Peeping Santa as I was drawn in by how cute it looked! Then, I smelt it. It smells amazing! It smells like fresh sweet strawberries (not your typical festive scent!) which I loved!

When I use this in the bath it creates the most lovely bubbles. And lots of them! The whole bathroom was filled with the strawberry scent which I loved.

The bubble bar really reminds me of the festive treats you can make where a strawberry is cut in half and cream is in the middle of it – these are really easy to make and look like a lot of effort has gone into them which is great if you’ve left it too late to make something to take to a party!

What’s your favourite festive LUSH treat? Let me know in the comments!

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13 thoughts on “Blogmas Day 11: LUSH Peeping Santa Bubble Bar

  1. InTheShadeIvory says:

    Love the lush bubble bars,you can get so many uses out of them.I cut mine into quarters and get a big amount of bubbles from it ☺️

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