2 out of 5 rating
This is the most bitter thing I’ve ever smelled in a long time.
I wanted to like this because its so pretty.
Pink petigrain is supposed to share its scent with the Lush madame president bath bomb. Grapefruit and petigrain.
What in the actual…?
I said to myself ‘There is NO WAY my petigrain flower smells like madame president bath bomb’.
Firstly, i LOVE the scent of Madame President.
I bought six of them.
Secondly, i HATE the scent of this Pink Petigrain blossom.
When i got it out of my package my eyes lit up because of the pretty coral color and the flower shape.
But i recoiled back when my nose smelled it.
How do we explain that?
Maybe because some things melted in my order the scents combined strangely? Dunno.
I was so adament i said i dont even care if Mark or Jack C themselves tell me it is.
I have both Madame President bomb & Pink Petitgrain blossom bubnle bar side by side. NO.
I don’t know if i got a bad one or what but no. Just no.
Did my nose just all of a sudden after 17 years just say ‘April, i’m done.’? I’m not sure, but suffice it to say i dont like the bitter, unpleasant smell of this bubble bar, and i won’t be buying another one. I had to use something else with it because i couldnt stand the smell. How odd. I havent had a reaction to a lush product in quite sometime. But i guess i cant like them all. *Shrug*
Your mileage may vary.
For a couple of hours, lay back and indulge in pink waters covered in soft, fluffy bubbles. Calming petitgrain oil works its wonders on worries and cares, the woody scent evoking images of summer walks through citrus groves. Meanwhile, refreshing grapefruit oil lifts moods high above the clouds of the day, bringing with it memories of breakfasts taken on warm, sunlit verandas. Hold this flower under running water and let it spin and build bubbles before breathing deeply and allowing yourself to be transported away on a cheerful, summer breeze.