I’m a bath lover, especially using colorful bath bombs. Taking baths is something I like to do about once or twice a week as part of my bedtime routine. It helps me relax so that I can fall asleep more easily and gives me much-needed me time at the end of the day. I recently received a bunch of Lush bath bombs as a gift, and I thought I’d share my thoughts on using each one, along with photos of the bath water color. I also included the prices in case you’re curious about any of them. Note: Lush is a cruelty-free brand.
Royalty ($6.45): This is the most extra bath bomb ever. It’s in the shape of crown and contains glitter. It’s also large. The experience is luxurious, although it does leave glitter all over your tub. Maybe you don’t mind? The scents are Jasmine, ylang ylang and sandalwood. I don’t think sandalwood is my favorite, but this bath bomb is fun. The resulting bath water color is glittery yellow.
Twilight ($6.95): I’ve tried this bath bomb the most of any other Lush product. It’s a good one to start with. This starts out pink but then releases the blue portion in the middle. It’s relaxing because it contains lavender. It’s perfect for before bedtime. The resulting bath water is light purple.
Melusine ($7.95): This turns the water a pretty green in a nice transformation and leaves some glitter on your tub. The water has a nice sparkle. If you love mermaid vibes, this is for you. It contains lemony litsea cubeba and bergamot oil with carrageenan extract and olibanum oil. I liked this one.
Yuzu & Cocoa ($6.95): This had a cocoa and citrusy scent to it. I liked the orange color to the water. There is not much to the water in terms of bath art. It’s simple but the scent is nice. I didn’t get a photo of the resulting bath water.
Turmeric Latte ($7.95): This had a spicy, warm scent. I will say the water looked like a not-pleasing color of yellowish brown at the end that I was grossed out by. It, too, had glitter. I would not use this one again.
Magic ($7.95): I liked the pretty blue/purple hue of the bath water. It has peppermint, basil and marjoram oils as well as rose absolute. The shape of the bath bomb is cool, too. Lush say, “a fresh parsley sprig floats on top of the water for an extra stroke of good luck.”
Do you enjoy using bath bombs? Let me know which are your favorite!
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