Same scent as the current MMM bath melt. It’s a derivative of Lush Snow Fairy scent, it’s called the Candy Fluff scent. It’s a very sweet, pink and an ever so slightly spicy note.
When Lush made Melting Marshmallow Moments bath melt in 2004 it was pink and looked like a Cupcake.
Then in 2014 when Lush Uk opened the first Lush Superstore on Oxford Street London, they redesigned the bath melts and called them bath oils. And the giant pink cupcake because much smaller and became pink and yellow.
In my photo below It’s in the lower left amongst the other Oxford Street products.
It’s not frothy and creamy like the original cupcake design, it’s more like an oil that sits on top of the water and looks pretty having some shimmer in this new design. I like the new design but i’m not gonna lie, i liked the cupcake version more.
A new bath oil “Melting Marshmallow Moments’ may sound familiar to you. That’s because there is already a bath melt in all stores with the same name.
It’s a beautiful shimmery pink and yellow disk.
I was surprised that it didn’t color the water or have as much glitter as the other new Lush bath oils. However it has a good amount of scent in the bath and the almond oil and cocoa butter was moisturizing to my skin.
I think i like the Melting Marshmallow Moments bath melt more than this new solid bath oil. Mostly because it makes more of a show in the bath.
Not my favorite bath oil from Lush Oxford Street but it’s so pretty one can’t help but buy at least one.
Lush description: Sweet treat for silky skin.
Moisturizing marshmallow oil whipped up with cocoa butter and almond oils.
Here’s a video demo i made of the new Melting Marshmallow bath oil fast forward to 5:00