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This year’s top Easter picks

Easter is around the corner. Children and adults alike are gearing up for the traditional Easter egg hunt however this celebration is no longer only for chocolate and confectionery brands. Beauty Easter eggs and beauty limited edition products have hit the shelves in recent years. Here we have rounded up some of this year’s Easter specials.  

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Source: Lush

British handmade cosmetic brand Lush launches a collection featuring a range of bath and body care products which are designed as Easter characters. The collection includes individual items such as The Easter Bunny bubble bar, Down the Rabbit Hole body scrub and its bestselling Flamingo Egg bath bomb as well as gift boxes.

Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel
Source: Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel

With Easter coming up, Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel introduces its signature Peep-a-Boos to Hong Kong. The set contains six little marshmallow chocolate chicks nestled in real eggshells. Gently crack away the eggshell to reveal a dark chocolate egg with a fluffy marshmallow chick inside, with a center of gooey salted caramel and cookie bites.

Source: Rituals

Home & body cosmetics brand Rituals launches three limited Easter Gift sets : The Ritual of Mehr, The Ritual of Sakura and The Ritual of Karma.  The sets are packaged in an egg-shaped box, and include a shower gel, a hand balm, a travel size  perfume and a lip balm. 

Fortnum & Mason
Source: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason presents its seasonal selection for Easter featuring fresh food feasts, spring-inspired hampers, chocolate eggs, teas and biscuits. The house’s handmade Easter eggs are crafted exclusively for Fortnum’s by master chocolatiers in Wales.

Paul Lafayet
Source: Paul Lafayet

To welcome the arrival of Springtime, Paul Lafayet launches the limited edition “Chef Bunny Macaron Gift Box”, featuring three sets of 12 pieces of macarons. The house also offers limited Easter decorations for selected cakes.

La Maison du Chocolat
Source: La Maison du Chocolat

To celebrate Easter in a delightful way, French chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat launches a collection crafted by Chef Nicolas Cloiseau. The highlight of the collection includes the Cracking Chick and The Craquant Gift Boxes.

Source: Godiva

Belgian chocolatier GODIVA releases a variety of chocolates and gift boxes this Easter season. The collection features a spring flower-shaped tin box and a bunny-shaped tin box in addition to an Easter Egg covered in sparkly beads and sequins, that includes 20 pieces of carrés.

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Source: Venchi

Italian chocolate brand Venchi celebrates Easter with a wide range of chocolate eggs including the Chocoviar and the new Brutto &Buono chocolate eggs. Taking another major step towards sustainability, the chocolatier managed to reduce the consumption of virgin plastic for its packaging by 6 tonnes compared to last year.