Champagne Supernova

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LushChampagneSuperNova

LushChampagneSupernovawater

 

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Ammonium Laureth Sulfate, Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Cognac Oil (Vitis vinifera), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), *Limonene, *Linalool, Paper Confetti, Colour 45410.* Occurs naturally in essential oils.

Description: Celebrate with a champagne cocktail bath: orange & cognac essential oils and a parade of pretty paper. Drop into a warm bath for fizz and fragrance.

Review: This has the immediately familiar, Sparkling grapefruity scent. It’s the same scent as the Christmas favorite “Christmas Party“. I am one of very few, who doesn’t really like the scent. It’s a pretty ballistic, but that’s about it. The ballistic is visually striking and has a techni-color quality. This is one of lush’s “slow dissolving” ballistics, which means it lasts your whole bath, unlike Lush’s regular ballistics which fizz and dissolve in about 10 minutes. This ballistic disperse multi-colored confetti as it dissolves, in every color of the rainbow, and then some. The confetti floats down to the bottom of the tub in look colorful and whispy. The ballistic also has some pink melty stuff in the ballistic itself which as you can see makes a beautiful pink spiral pattern as it melts. Then it started….it started spinning round, and the reason for it’s name became clear to me. It’s trails of foam and the spinning and the colors in the middle from the paper looked like a SuperNova. For those of you who don’t like cleaning bit out of the tub, this ballistic is not for you. It was worth it to me as it was so pretty I had  to try it at least once.

 

Notes: Champagne Supernova ballistic has the same scent as Lush’s “Christmas Party” ballistic, Lush’s “Champagne Snow Shower” jelly and Lush’s “Bridal Bouquet” ballistic.

Notes: Champagne Supernova’s name was later changed to Supernova.

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