Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Lush - Fun


Leo and I were invited along to a rather playful event back in November.

Lush kindly opened their lovely perfumed doors to a mass array of parenting bloggers so that the children (and of course the parent’s…Okay mainly the parent’s) could have a play with their new product. FUN.

What do Lush say?
'Well, the first thing you will want to do with your Fun is get it out of its biodegradable wrapper and start having fun making it into models and shapes. There are so many ways to wash with Fun. For body and hair, just pinch off a small bit, hop in the shower or bath and lather from head to toe. Use as a bubble bath or to hand wash your clothes by crumbling a small chunk under the hot running tap. When you've finished having Fun, please store your bar back in its cellophane'

Leo and I met up with the lovely Bex over at The Mummy Adventure and her little one Dylan, so that the kid’s could enjoy each other’s company. Both the boy’s head straight for the table with all of the different coloured FUN layed out ready to be played with…and began eating it.

In unison they scrumpled up their little faces and began to cry, because even though it smells good enough to eat. It isn’t. After this both Leo and Dylan did not want to eat or drink anything else in the fear that it may possibly be soap, but of course that didn’t last long and they were soon trying their luck with the FUN again.

Us Mummy’s seemed to grasp the play factor to be had with the FUN over the toddlers, at 15 and 16 months back in November they were a little bit too young to understand what to do with it. But looking around the room all the grown ups and the older children were having a wail of a time, constructing all sorts of fantastic colourful creations.


Leo and Dylan became more interested when it came to smashing the creations back up, and we were soon left with marbled FUN with all sorts of bright colours.

Let’s not forget though that FUN is not just to be sculptured with. Oh no. You can then wash with your creations; the FUN dissolves in water producing a lovely bubble bath. It can be used to wash your hair, hands, and face, everywhere!


Disclaimer: We were invited along to a demonstration at Lush Covent Garden where we got to have a hands on play with the FUN. We were provided with nibbles and a goody bag for being in attendance, however all views and opinions expressed are completely honest and my own. 


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