Sunday, 30 July 2017

✧Review✧ Lush: Blackberry Bath Bomb

I used the Lush Blackberry bath bomb last night and thought I'd do a first impression and little review. Starting off, the bath bomb was £3.50 and is rated 4.5 on the Lush website.


This bath bomb smelt absolutely amazing although I didn't really think it was like blackberries.
The bath bomb turned the water purple (my favourite colour) and smell of this bath bomb wasn't too heavy either but it still smelt really nice. There was also no glitter, which I personally prefer.

In this bath bomb there are 11 ingredients which are sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, bergamot oil, olibanum oil, limonene, hexyl cinnamal, butylphenyl methylpropional, colour 42053, colour 17200.
Olibanum oil aka frankincense apparently slows down the breathing and gives a feeling of wellbeing Another ingredient called bergamot oil is used in aromatherapy for nervous tension, depression and anxiety and is relaxing, uplifting and antibacterial.

Luckily this bath bomb didn't stain the bath which I've unfortunately previously experienced so that is always a plus and my skin felt really nice afterwards. In the middle of the bath bomb there is also a little surprise, haha. This is definitely a new favourite Lush bath bomb for me, although when I checked the website it said it was leaving soon which is a bummer.

P.S -
I initially had a video of the actual bath bomb in the bath but it didn't work when I put it on the blog post and it was HD anyway so next time I'll get a picture for you guys when its actually in the bath. Sorry :)

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