4 out of 5 rating
This bath bomb was made in the “Calacas” fragrance. having the same neroli, frankincense (olibanum), lime. It smells perfumey, resinous, a tad sweet, and citrussy with lime.
It’s name refers to the Mexican ‘Dia De Los Muertos’ holiday. We drink a fruit punch that Lush tried to reproduce in scent when they made the Calacas fragrance.
The ones made earlier had a super bright red/pink color and yellow. the more current Enchanters are more light orange and light yellow.
A 5 star bath bomb. It can stain the tub so i add a squeeze of shower gel to the bath when i’m filling it up, which breaks the surface tension which keeps the color from forming a ring around the tub. I learned that from Lush many years ago. The newer ones aren’t as saturated with colored foam as the original Enchanter bombs but it’s still pretty and smells great. 4 out of 5 rating.
Below is a video demo and review i made of the enchanter.
Below is My Calacas scent family photo. Lush has released a body spray and a lotion a couple of years after this photo was taken. 😊 For a total of 14-15 Lush Calacas scented products of different types.
My Tub Demo Video