I am on my summer holidays at the moment which is rather nice because it means lots of lie ins and what I thought would be lots of time to put my blog first for once, however it has turned out to be busier than I have expected it to be with unplanned stuff so I have been struggling to find the time, hence this post is very over due. But nonetheless it is finally here! I went to Lush last week and I decided to pick some things up because I haven’t actually gotten anything from Lush in a while and they had some new products in which I haven’t tried before. I only picked up two bath bombs, however I might go back in because they have released some hair oil treatments which look super exciting and my hair could really do with some TLC.
I thought I would review both the bath bombs I got, obvs separately so we can appreciate the amazing brand that is Lush, and the first one I have tried out is Rocket Science. This bath bomb is smaller than the average Lush bath bomb and you can also tell that from the price as it is £2.95, the normal price for smaller bath bombs at Lush. However, saying that it is smaller is not true because it is one of the bigger bath bombs of the small ones… If that makes any sense… In other words you get a lot of bang for your buck.
I think this bath bomb is really cute with the whole space theme and it would also be sweet for kids, a bit like the robot bath bomb Lush do. Going back to it being small, that doesn’t mean it does give out a lot of its lovely scent. It is packed with zesty scents but also has a bit of a smoked or wood scent. The best way I can describe it is that it is a bit like bonfire night – being stood around the bonfire whilst eating lemon sherbet. I actually really liked it because it was refreshing and comforting.
I am really annoyed that in my bathroom there is really poor natural lighting so it makes it almost impossible to get a good photo of the bath art that the Lush bath bombs create, and plus I use this in the evening after work so it was getting dark. Although this bath bomb was a tad bit disappointing on the terms it didn’t have different colours to make funky bath art, but that didn’t stop it from releasing an array of beautiful teal colours to make the bath water turn a gorgeous deep blue. If you have ever used intergalactic, then it is very similar in terms of bath water-colour.
This bath bomb is a slow fizzer and I think mine fizzed for a good five to ten minutes so even though it is small it is mighty! If you only want to try a small bath bomb or you just want to buy any then this is really good because you definitely get good value for your money!
If you want to get this NOW then you can find it on the Lush store here.
Have you tried anything new from Lush lately?
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