Golden Egg Shower Gel from Lush

The Golden Egg Shower Gel is a brand-new, limited-edition, Easter product that first became available in the UK at the start of March 2023. Interestingly, Golden Egg isn’t the first shower gel that Lush have released in its scent. You’ll recognise its scent if you’ve ever tried the It’s Raining Men/Honey I Washed the Kids shower gels before.

The difference between the Golden Egg and Honey I Washed the Kids shower gels (apart from the sparklingly obvious) is that Golden Egg is vegan. I am so happy for all of the vegan customers that now get to try this shower gel, it’s been something Lush customers have been asking for, for a very long time.

As you can see from the photographs I have included in this review, the Golden Egg shower gel is the most sparkly shower gel Lush have ever released.

The Golden Egg shower gel is liquid gold, just looking at how bright and sparkly it is in the bottle is mesmerising. The Golden Egg shower gel contains bergamot and Brazilian orange oils, its scent is simply delicious. It’s a sweet honey-like fragrance with hints of caramel. Some products I have reviewed that share its scent are the Shoot for the Stars bath bomb and most recently the Golden Angel bubble bar.

This truly beautiful shower gel isn’t as thick as the other most recent shower gels to have been released by Lush so I recommend giving the bottle a good shake before using it.

Golden Egg shower gel comes out of the bottle easily and a little amount of it goes a long way. You only need the smallest amount of it to wash your whole body. Seeing it so sparkly in your hand, I wouldn’t blame anyone for using a little more than is necessary! I recommend lathering the Golden Egg shower gel up slowly to get the best out of it, it isn’t incredibly foamy, but it cleans your skin with ease.

The Golden Egg shower gels scent really shines through when it comes together with the hot water and steam of your shower. Unfortunately, the scent doesn’t last for very long on your skin after use, BUT it does leave my skin clean, appearing brighter, feeling softer and is also actually quite hydrating.

If you have read my review on the Love shower gel, you’ll know how disappointed I was for all of the UK customers that couldn’t get it in a bottle (Lush UK decided that the UK would only be offered the sphere options). I am thanking the Lush gods that Lush decided to scrap the spheres as I’d have been devastated to miss out on this bottled shower gel.

There has never been a more beautiful shower gel from Lush. It looks, smells, and feels magnificent. It wouldn’t surprise me if Lush decided to retire the Honey I Washed the Kids shower gel only to replace it with the Golden Egg shower gel. I know some people think I’m crazy for getting so excited over a shower gel but it really is so good, I cannot recommend it enough!

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Author: Lulu

Hello, my name is Lulu and I am a 33 year old with a very unhealthy obsession with Lush Cosmetics. I mostly blog about Lush but I also do posts that touch upon disability, mental health and invisible illnesses on various other social media platforms. If you can read this then I guess I should thank you for visiting my blog, I hope to see you again soon! :)