CHILDREN and young people at Claire House were treated to a smelly sensory experience this week as staff from the Lush Spa Liverpool visited the Bebington-based children’s hospice.
Lauren and Hannah, staff from the store on Whitechapel in the city centre, spent an afternoon creating bath-bombs with the children at Claire House, all of whom suffer from life limiting medical conditions.
The smells and texture of the products stimulated the children’s sense of smell and touch, and everyone got a home-made bath bomb to take home, the perfect Christmas present.
Sian Marland, Play Therapist at Claire House Children’s Hospice, said: “Thank you so much to Lauren and Hannah from Lush for coming to see us.
‘‘They really understand how stimulating these products are for the children and young people and bring loads of lovely things for them to smell and touch.
“We often do massage or aromatherapy in the play room to help the children relax and it’s great to have Lush come in and take this up a level.
‘‘The children have all taken one home as a Christmas present for someone special as well which is perfect.”