I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
Reusable Bubble Bar
Who doesn't love bubbles? Run your bath just right, hop in and have some fun. Swirl and swish this reusable bubble bar through the water to build your foam before using it to blow bubbles for no other reason than it's just good clean fun. Let the grapefruit and Sicilian lemon oils run riot, spreading cheer and happiness as uplifting lime oil makes you feel light and carefree. Blowing needn't be kept behind closed bathroom doors, as long as you have your bubble wand and some water, you have bubbles! Grab your favourite mug or jug, fill with water, swish and blow! No plastic, no waste, no worries
Swirl and swish this reusable bubble bar through the water to build your foam before using it to blow bubbles for no other reason than it's just good clean fun.
About 9 months ago
This bubble wand is brilliant! My kids loved it so much they’ve asked me to get them another one. It lasted them two long bath times, and although it did come off of the stick, we just popped it back on and continued with the fun. Will definitely be ordering this again.
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About 1 year ago
Really disappointed with this product, the smell is like a kitchen cleaning product, it's practically impossible to blow bubbles with and the bubble bar crumbled off the stick after 2 very short uses. Not to mention my son came out in hives all over the parts of him that had been submerged in the bathwater.
Definitely won't be buying again - the only positive thing about it was the bright green colour it turned the water!
About 2 months ago
My daughter (4) absolutely loves this! She chose it herself in the Lush shop after the assistant explained she could blow bubbles with it. Tons of fun, bright green bathwater and bubbles.
1 month ago
About 1 month ago
Who doesn’t like playing with bubbles. No matter the age. There is a sense of whimsical fun to blowing bubbles. Fill the bath tub. Wish this around to release the smell and the bubbles. Then get into the bath and swish and swirl it through the water and then blow out the bubbles.
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