If you are looking for a terrific gift idea for a bath lover or for your kids, take a look at Lush – you can find FUN there.
FUN ($6.95) is awesome! It’s a huge log of soap, shampoo, bubble bath, and modeling clay all in one. Talk about the perfect bath time treat.
Two times the fun!
FUN comes in four colors, and today I am reviewing two of them: Pink FUN and Blue FUN. Pink FUN is ambrosial-smelling amusement for kids and adults with a sweet tooth, and Blue FUN is serene and relaxing for nighttime forays into the bath. FUN creates the same fantastic bubbles as a bubble bar.
Pink FUN smells of vanilla and tonka. It isn’t cloyingly sweet, but it does smell like candy and sugary treats. The cellophane wrap is biodegradable, no surprise there! Peel back the wrapper but keep it, as you will want to wrap the FUN up for the next play time. FUN is a little sticky and totally mold-able - there is no end to the fun to be had at bath time. I was worried that the color might be problematic, but I am happy to report that FUN tints the water, not your bathtub or your towels.
Blue FUNBlue FUN smells like chamomile and lavender. It’s awesome for bedtime baths with a tranquil scent that lingers just long enough to nod off for the night. It is a more ‘mature’ scent than the Pink FUN, but kids still love this. When the FUN first arrived, my daughter asked what I would like her to make with it. Being a total smart aleck, I said, “Make the Eiffel Tower.” Much to my surprise…she did it!
A very fun Eiffel TowerAfter she created her Eiffel Tower, she used a bit of it for her bath. She held it under the running bath water and our tub was full of beautiful blue water and tons of bubbles. She also used it as a soap to wash her body, and as her shampoo. If you use this as a shampoo, just be sure to rinse well.
Annie with her Eiffel Tower
FUN is also available in Red (smells of oranges), Yellow (smells of vanilla), and Green (smells of lemon/lime). You can find a color for every member of your family, and these make wonderful little gifts/stocking stuffers. - Lisa