June 30, 2016


Lush Oxford Street is truly worth a visit if you haven't been and one of the main reasons why I end up there all the time is because they often have exclusives that you won't be able to find in your local store. This is one of the bath bombs I picked up about a month ago and it's taken me this long to finally use it. I was saving it for a much needed special bath and it certainly didn't disappoint. 

Called the Sacred Lotus Bath Bomb (£3.95) starting with it's appearance, this bath bomb is one of the most delicate I have ever seen Lush make before. Not only is the bath bomb itself delicate in structure, they have made it feel like a fragile flower that will bloom in the water. Much more subtle in scent than most of the Lush bath bombs, this one has a light floral fragrance of neroli and jasmine, which together create a calming ambience. I don't always love an over powering scent if I just feel like relaxing.

Once I finally got it in the water, the white rounded bath bomb that holds the delicate flower together, started to fizz quite quickly whilst the amazing purple petals and yellow centre slowly began to colour my bath and break away from the base. The purple petals seemed to take a while to completely finish which I loved about this product, as sometimes it's nice for a bath bomb to not be over in seconds. The white base happened to leave quite a softening foam on the surface of the water, whilst the petals covered my bath in a purple haze. After a while it all mixed up to leave a bath full of purply pink shimmery water.

I loved this bath bomb and for me, I love to use something in the bath that keeps me calm and centred. This product did just that. It was wonderful watching the whole thing unravel like a flower. Apart from the delicate nature of this product and the fact that I held it like a baby on my way home to stop it from breaking, I would certainly buy this again!

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox


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