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Lush workshop for home educators




If there is one shop that my children absolutely love to go to , it is  definitely Lush. As soon as I heard that a local home schooling mama is organising a workshop there, we were all over the moon.

The workshop started at 10 am and lasted an hour. The children were able to see the ingredients that were needed to make a bath bomb . They made two different bombs in total. Mine especially were surprised to find that sea salt and sea weed were being used. They had lots of fun  mixing everything, seeing what goes in the process and making them. They also learned more about the Lush’s values and ethics -their stance on animal testing, recycling and packaging. Here are some photos of from our truly  Lush morning.

If you would like to organise one , all you need to do is email your local store. The informal workshop for schools and groups usually takes place  during a weekday and  lasts an hour, so they are not as long as a Lush party, which is usually between 1.5 and 2 hours.The maximum number of children allowed in the workshop are 10, minimum 8 attendees.

Lush also tailors for various sorts of events, whether it’s a child’s birthday or even a team building event. They offer packages such as Beauty School, Fun and Games, Happy Hour and Product making. For more information in regards to prices and what’s involved, please visit their website- Lush.

Happy Bath Bomb making!




Published by ivushka1985

I am a Bulgarian Muslim Home schooling Mama of 5, married to a a British Bangladeshi , residing in the South West of England. I blog about our home schooling adventures, travels, the ups and downs of motherhood , parenting books and children's book reviews.

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