It’s finally time for me to do another Lush review, it feels like it has been a little while since I’ve sat down and reviewed anything from Lush, I have so much new stuff to review and with them releasing all of the Holiday stuff, I’m probably going to have a bunch more, I’m really not sure when I’m going to find time for it all but I’m sure I will, it just might be a little late. But for today I am reviewing the Pink Bath Bomb from Lush.
This is the new and improved version of the Pink bath bomb, I want to start out by saying this, I never did get around to trying the old formula of this, I hate the smell of Snow Fairy shower gel but I do love it in all other forms, so I’m not really sure why I never picked the old one up, but I didn’t so I can’t really compare the two. Wish I would have tried one now but I did not. Just wanted to get that one out of the way so it wouldn’t be a question later.
Anyway, let’s get right on into this big ol’ ball of pink fizz. This bath bomb is very pretty, it’s a bright pink shade and it has some silver luster on the outside, it looks like a very feminine bath bomb. The thing about this bath bomb in terms of appearance is that while I think it is kind of pretty, it’s nothing exciting, some bath bombs just look fun and exciting and this one doesn’t give off that vibe at all.
Now, I just talked about how the outside of this bomb isn’t exciting and the thing about this one is the inside isn’t either, some bombs fizz out and have hidden colors in the center, this one does not, so it’s pretty much exactly what you would think you’re getting. This does end up leaving the water a really pretty, soft pink kind of shade with a bunch of sparkle in it. I love the look but I’m just saying it’s not super exciting.
Now, I’m going to move on to the feel of this bath bomb in the water, I think this is standard in terms of moisture. All Lush bath bombs that I have ever used leave my skin feeling soft and feel soft in the water, but some do so more so and this just doesn’t happen to be one of those that blew me out of the water in terms of moisture.
Now, we’re going to get into what I think is the most important part of any bath bomb and that is the scent, the scent is the part that you’re going to enjoy the most, even though pretty colors and glitter are pretty nice.
This one smells like the grown up adult version of the old pink bath bomb, like it still has a little bit of sweetness to it and vanilla, but it smells more… grown up. This has a little bit more of a floral kind of smell to it, I might even say a little bit musky. It’s not bad, it’s not my all time favorite scent but I can for sure see the appeal in this scent. It’s not very out there, it’s not very floral, it’s just a really well-rounded scent.
This bath bomb is vegan, so for all of those who only use vegan-friendly products, this is one of lushes many vegan bath bombs.
This bath bomb features vanilla absolute, tanka absolute, lavender oil and neroli oil, just to name a few of the ingredients in this bath bomb.
This is also one of the larger bath bombs now and it retails for $8.95, which is a little bit up there but I also know that you can cut most bath bombs in half and get more bang for your buck.
Overall, I like this bath bomb, I think it’s nice and I like the smell, however it’s just not my favorite bath bomb that I’ve ever used. It is very pink though and that is something that I quite enjoy.
What is your favorite Lush bath bomb?
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