Secret Arts (formerly Dark Arts)

See my demo video below showing all that crazy diamond water at the end. ❤️


3.5 out of 5 rating.

I might buy another one, but no more. It’s fun. The clean up really wasn’t as bad as I thought. I did have to use a shot of spray bleach but I was able to rub it off just by swiping it with hands, nothing too crazy.


The green coconut be is more nourishing and Yummy to sit in if that makes sense lol.

This has the Lush ‘Cinders’ scent.
When the muggles are getting you down and it feels like the dementors are looming, dabble in the dark arts with spicy cinnamon leaf oil and almond essential oil. Slytherin-to a hot bath and cast this spicy bomb into the water. Tendrils of black give way to love potion pink as thick, skin softening jelly spreads on the surface of the water. Soak in your personal invisibility cloak and revel in your moment of peace. Restore yourself before rising from the cinders, and be ready to take on the world once again.


Why not become a professor of Dark Arts? Sink into deep, inky black water and inhale a spellbinding Brazilian orange oil and spicy cinnamon leaf oil mist. As this mystifying Jelly Bomb fizzes it dissolves into a dark jelly which wraps around the skin, conditioning and nourishing it with mineral-rich seaweed and almond essential oil. Conjure up this enchanting soak and perplex witches and wizards with your bathtime sorcery.

I love the FEEL of the Slime. It’s downright good when you squish it if it wasn’t black and messy. I can’t wait to feel the feel the other, non-black ones.

I like the scent. Slight orange and slight cinnamon. Wish the cent was stronger.

It’s slippery Love the Glitter.

Looks like bubbling hot tar and smoke. With PINK inside!

I love the concept there’s some clean up involved afterward. I’d buy one more, maybe, but it’s not one I would stock up on.

I would rate it a 3.5 out of 5 bath bomb.

Sodium Alginate

Cornflour

Perfume

Almond essential oil

Brazilian Orange Oil

Cinnamon Leaf Oil

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