Hot bath water can sometimes leave you getting out of the bath dryer than you think. Put moisture back into your skin with this ballistic, so you can lie back, enjoy a long bath and top up that hot water as often as you like.
This ballistic is another of Mo’s early inventions – but its small size packs such a large punch of vanilla and musk perfume and skin protecting cocoa butter that it remains a best seller today.
Fill tub with warm water, drop in the bath bomb and enjoy its lovely color and fragrance. Some Lush bath bombs contain flower petals and or other surprises. If you prefer not to have them floating in your tub, wrap the bath bomb in a nylon before use. To make your experience even more memorable, combine a bath bomb with a bath melt.
I am not a huge fan of bath bombs as apart from smell they only fizz and make the bath water soft but this smells gorgeous and also has cocoa butter in it so you do get a bit of skin moisturising as well as the creamy musky aroma.
Being Lush there is no packaging, no animal testing and mostly natural ingredients but this is quite expensive for its size and I struggled to get two baths from this so it is a treat product not for every day.
Smells lovely and makes the bath water soft and feel almost creamy
A fairly plain looking small bath bomb
Lush bath bomb that also moisturises but is a bit small in my view
This was one of my first lush purchases was so excited but was not very impressed as the basth bomb did not do so much just fizzed in the bath making it turn cloudy in colour no bubbles at all. The best part about this bath bomb was the scent of musk vanilla and cocoa butter.
If i was to use this again i would definatley combine this with a bath melt for a more moisturising soak in the bath.
not tested on any animals also
this bath ballistic whizzes around the bath when you drop it in giving of a nice vanilla scent and the shea butter moisturises your skin but i prefer bubbles so wouldnt really recommend this one im afraid