Wednesday 24 February 2016

Lush Intergalactic Bath Bomb Review

Hi Everyone!
Hope you all are well :)

In my last Lush related post I had said that it had been a while since I had the time to flake out and have a bath but I'm making it my mission to start having some 'me' time once again! I'm going to review the Lush Intergalactic bath bomb for you today and this absolutely amazing product has been sitting in my unit since last October, a complete and utter sin I know. Last Thursday I stayed in the Radisson Blu St Helens Hotel and I popped this in my bag to bring with me. There is nothing I love more than having a long soak in the bath, especially if it's in a hotel. I don't know what it is I can't explain why, all I know is it's always just pure bliss haha!

Intergalactic is probably one of the most interesting looking bath bombs that I have picked up from Lush to date. It completely lives up to its same, just look at the wonderful array of colours it boasts!

The description that accompanies this bath bomb is as follows:

"Ground control to major bomb. Prepare for take off as this awesome mix of peppermint and popping candy explodes in your bath creating a scent of an intergalactic 80's rogue. Launch it into the water to become the guardian of your own galaxy."

Intergalactic contains peppermint oil, grapefruit oil, vetivert oil, and cedarwood oil. The only scent from that list that I am not familiar with is vetivert oil but out of the four oils contained in this bath bomb the peppermint oil was definitely the most prominent scent.

Rather than trying to explain how this bath bomb performs I'm just going to let the pictures do the majority of the talking!

This bath bomb is a fizzer, it shoots and spins quickly making its way around the bath as it dissolves. As it's dissolving the bath bomb releases a rainbow of colours from pinks to greens to blues to yellows! It really is quite magical to watch.

Once the bath bomb has finished dissolving the bath water will have transformed into the most beautiful shade of blue. The other colours don't fade completely though you can still see them in the foamy layer that lies on top of the water. I didn't realise that this was going to be a glittery bath bomb or at least not to this extent. This bath bomb fills the water with gorgeous golden brown glitter particles which reminds me of the stars in the galaxy. A nice touch to this galaxy inspired bath bomb!

I love this bath bomb to pieces and it's one I know that i'll purchase time and time again. Not only for how it makes the bath look but also for how it left my skin feeling, it felt really soft and hydrated. The only other thing that I will say about this is that the glitter leaves behind a residue in the bath so make sure to rinse the bath afterwards as it will be easier to clean then!

I can't remember exactly how much this particular bath bomb was but I think it was around the €5 mark! Lush products are available from Lush stores nationwide :)

Until next time!
Eimear x


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