There is just something so moreish about the Lush products that are made into little creatures. Elsie the Giraffe (You’re Havin’ a Bath) is a brand new reusable bubble bar, never before been released, its cuteness has caused quite the stir. Elsie is a part of Lush’s 2017 Mother’s Day range and is the perfect Spring time pick me up.
Packed with a citrus medley of zingalicious ingredients grapefruit, lemon and lime. Not only does Elsie put a spring in your step but also refreshes all of your senses making you sparkle from the inside out.
Reusable bubble bars are slightly different to the normal bubble bars such as, The Christmas Penguin or Ultraviolet. With the normal bubble bars you’d break them up and run individual pieces under a running tap to produce bubbles.
Having a reusable bubble bar however brings a whole new meaning to making one product stretch over several baths. You don’t have to break a reusable bubble bar up, you simply run it under the tap holding its stick, until you have the desired amount of bubbles in your bubble bath.
Elsie The Giraffe (You’re Havin’ A Bath) Reusable Bubble Bar is a sharp, zesty and refreshing bath time treat. I think its scent is very similar to the Whoosh shower jelly although, some people disagree. Some say it’s more sherbet scented while others say it’s a hybrid of both the Whoosh and Refresher shower jelly. Even with this conflict of opinion. the one thing we can all agree on is the fact that Elsie is super zesty. If you are a fan of all things citrus then Elsie is a great choice for you.
For the first 3 times that I used Elsie I run only its head under the tap, it wasn’t until after my third time of using it that I noticed that it had actually started to show any sign of usage. It isn’t indestructible, it does however last so much longer than any other reusable bubble bar that I have tried before. I can easily get 6 or 7 bubble baths out of just the one Elsie and every single one of those baths have plenty of bubbles to relax under too.
Bubble bars are not a one trick pony, they also turn the water underneath the bubbles a different colour. For example, The Comforter bubble bar turns your bath water pink and the Green Green Bath of Foam bubble bar turns it green.
I tend to find that the reusable bubble bars aren’t as colourful as the normal bubble bars are. Although Elsie’s scent and the amount of bubbles it creates rocks my socks, the colour of the water is a little weak. With all the bubbles it however went almost unnoticed.
The Elsie The Giraffe (You’re Havin’ A Bath) reusable bubble bar is a fantastic addition to Lush’s Mother’s Day 2017 range, I do miss last year’s range though, Elsie is good but it’s not the Sunflower bubble bar.