Ever since I noticed just how many chemicals are in kids bath products I have been on a mission to find better healthy and fun options.
I stumbled across Lush products about a year ago at Christmas and have been hooked on their bath line ever since.
I was on Magazine Street in New Orleans last week and was THRILLED to find they had a store front there.
We LOVE going into Lush stores. I love the smell of the place and how nice everyone always is. The kiddos love the variety of items they can pick from. What's better is that they are 100% vegetarian. Which is great for sensitive skin.
Lately, we have been all about the reusable bubble bars. This time however, the kids wanted to try out the regular bubble bars.
They chose the pyramid shaped Karma bubble bar. It's cool 'cause you can crumble up a piece under water and it naturally creates a really good amount of bubbles. We can get a couple uses out of it...so that's worth it for me.
It smelled great too...the combo of patchouli, sweet orange and pine really made the house smell great when we used it. Plus, the essential oils made the kids skin really soft.
Luka LOVES bath bombs so he took a little while choosing before finally settling on a robot shaped one.
Danika was looking for a bubble bath that would make the bubbles change color. She asked...but no luck (maybe next time babe ;)). It did make the water purple, and she liked that, but colorful bubbles probably would have made it better, lol *wink *wink Lush.
How cool is this soap guitar:)
So if you're looking for an all natural bubble bath option...consider giving Lush a try. You can find them at www. lushusa.com
Oh, I will say, if you're concerned with smell and your kiddo, these products aren't bad. Luka can be pretty intolerant when it comes to smell, but these products he loves and the smell doesn't bother him at all. It really is a great destresser for him.
If you have any questions, feel free to let me know below and I will do my best to answer them or find someone who will.