Lush Cobweb Bath Bomb (Exclusively Online) Tantalizing black sugar bath bomb made with our ever popular black pearl scent to calm you down after a night of frights. This mighty bomb is a major stress reliever (as long as you’re not scared of spiders).


This awesome looking bath bomb has the great “Black Pearl’ scent.  It’s a “Black Pearl’ bath bomb, but in a cool cobweb shape.  And it has silver glitter.  The grey water looks kindof like the bath water after one uses “The Experimenter’ bath bomb, but not as dark.




Ingredients:  Black Sugar, Lavender absolute, Chamomile oil, Olibanum oil, Myrrh resinoid, Silver Lustre sparkle.

This is not a citrus nor candy scent.  It’s kind of like mixing Jingle Spells ballistic with Waving Not Drowning ballistic with a slight dusting of black currant thrown in.

Lush also made a Black Pearl ballistic (which came first),  and then next was a soap called ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. I enjoy the black pearl fragrance.  These two are also in this Wiki.

And Men would like this scent too as it is a unisex fragrance.

 Here’s a couple of photos i took of all the lush products with the same ‘Black Pearl’ scent. 


$4.95  See my video of Cinders below
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Coarse Sea Salt, Fizzy Candy, Perfume, Gardenia Extract , Almond Oil, Sweet Orange OilCinnamon Leaf Oil ,



Lush Times: Our brand new Cinders Bath Ballistic is the colour of a glowing ember and it crackles like warming wood fire, like the one that Cinderella slept by in the fairy tale. When Mo made this lovely little Ballistic, she added popping candy so it also makes a sound like burning logs. As you lie in the bath listening to your Ballistic fizzing, you’ll be able to hear little crackles too! It was inspired by a bottle of Glug, the Christmas beverage that Mika from Lush in Sweden brought us, so we scented it with cinnamon and orange smell like a warming, yuletime drink. It started life called Glug, but with its colours and sound, Cinders seemed like the perfect name.

Review:  I Love this!  I love the scent.  It’s subtley orange, smokey, spiced with cinnamon.  The pop rocks inside sound like a crackling fireplace.  This was so popular that Lush UKers asked for a Cinders perfume and Lush sold this as a forum member only perfume.



Here’s a video i made of Cinders in the tub

Christmas Party

(2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) (fizzy grapefruity soda.  It’s the original “Champagne Snow Showers”/”Celebrate” scent)









Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, mixed confetti bright stars, perfume, gardenia extract, orange oil, cognac oil, lime oil, red stars, irridescent glitter

 Review: This has become one of Lush’s staple Christmas ballistics . It’s been out almost every Christmas I can remember because it’s so popular. It is a cousin of the ballistic “Bridal Bouquet” which was made to smell like Christmas Party ballistic. Christmas Party smells like an orange fizzy soda to most people. I just don’t like the scent. The ballistic itself is gorgeous. It has different sized foil stars that are pink, purple and orange. It has glittery sparkles of gold and various other colors, and it also has pieces of irridescent paper confetti and a few larger, colorful, paper stars.

Lush Times 2004 description: Our snow white Christmas Party Ballistic is filled with multicoloured stars; it smells like a cocktail of Cointreau and champagne and has a hint of cognac essential oil to help the party go smoothly. Bathe before, after or, if you like it that much, instead of a Christmas party.


“Submerge yourself in glitter and while stars sparkle and twinkle the Fabulous cognac and lime scent fills your senses with its sweet, spicy, heady scent while softening your skin. After stepping out of this bath, you will feel and smell irresistible and the beautiful scent lingers.” Pamela Sirkin.


From the 2003 Yuletide LT:

Our bright white Christmas Party ballistic is filled with multicoloured stars; it smells like buck’s fizz and has a hint of cognac essential oil to help the party go smoothly. Bathe before, after, or instead of a Christmas party.


Christmas Carol


Limited Edition

130 g £2.25 (for 1)

 Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Iridescent Glitter (Polyethylene terephthalate and Acrylates copolymer), Perfume, Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale), Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides), Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Colours 18050, Colour 61585.

Lush 2006 Description: Christmas Carol turns the bath water into a fragrant pool of fairy sparkles scented with three of the most sensual essential oils known to man (and woman) especially jasmine – queen of the night. You can even put her on the Christmas tree until you are ready to use her up.

“Very girly scent, very sparkling glitter!” Beate, Aachen, Germany.

 Review: This is a Lush “Fairy Jasmine” ballistic, but in angel form for Christmas. This is a such a pretty stocking stuffer. Turbo Bubble, Alkmaar soap or Silky Underwear are made with the same scent.

Christmas Angel


Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric acid, Cocoa butter, Soya Milk powder, Almond Oil, Laureth 4, Perfume, Spearmint oil, Cocoa powder, Colour 77891, 18050

Review: This is a Haagenbath ballistic, in angel form. It’s wonderful just like Haagenbath is. They make great Christmas stocking stuffers too. I just think they’re cute. I’m a sucker for shaped ballistics. I feel like i get more “bang” for the buck. And the ballistic makes a creamy foamy lather on the surface of the water. Yummy.

Choco Bun


Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Vanilla Absolute (Vanilla planifolia), Mimosa Absolute (Mimosa tenuiflora), Cocoa Absolute (Theobroma cacao), Aloe Vera Extract (Aloe barbadensis), *Coumarin, *Isoeugenol, Perfume * Occurs naturally in Essential Oils

Lush Times Online: An entirely guilt-free chocolate bunny! (Get ten of them while they last.) Drop it (and yourself) into a warm bath and enjoy the fragrant fizzy froth.

Chocolate Santa


Ingredients: 2825 Chocolate Santa £3.25 Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Vanilla Absolute (Vanilla planifolia), Mimosa Absolute (Mimosa tenuiflora), Cocoa Absolute (Theobroma cacao), Aloe Vera Extract (Aloe barbadensis), Propylene Glycol, Hydroxycitronellal, *Coumarin, *Cinnamal

Lush Times Xmas 2008: A Santa we can all believ in. Chocolate. Santa. These are two words to cheer up any average day and make it absolutely wonderful. Of all the many Bath Ballistics Mo has invented over the years, the Chocolate Santa has got to be in the top five at the very least. At Lush when we do chocolate, we use real cocoa absolute made from cocoa beans, not some mere chocolate flavouring. Believe us, this makes all the difference. With his blend of sweet vanilla, delectable mimosa and with a dash of skin soothing aloe vera, Chocolate Santa is this Yuletide’s most luxurious of special treats. make sure you buy enough because everyone is going to want to “borrow” one from you.

Review:  This is such a cute ballistic for Christmas.  The points i’m giving this bath bomb is all for looks.  It doesn’t smell like chocolate to me.  While it has an innocuous scent, it’s not particularly yummy.  It doesn’t color the water.  So i’ll give this 3 *** stars, and all of that is for the look of it because it’s so cute.