Green Coconut

See my demo video below 🙂

The scent of this is full on coconut. It’s Very creamy. And VERY moisturizing. And certainly less clean up than my Dark Arts jelly bomb was. Though the Dark Arts was more fun, this was more yummy, nourishing and relaxing if that makes sense. It’s not the same scent as Yellow Submarine, that’s a fruitier coconut. This is straight on coconut. 
First up, don’t be shy and throw yourself into Green Coconut; a Jelly Bomb with a totally tropical scent. As coconut cream flows into the water it creates a rich jelly that refreshes the mind and leaves your skin feeling silky smooth, while cinnamon leaf oil stimulates the circulation to give you a radiant holiday glow.



Set sail to the tropical island of your dreams. Lie back on the soft sand, the warm waters lapping at your feet, the breeze scented like tropical fruits. Climb into your bath and pop in this king of coconuts. Jelly leisurely spreads across the water, softening as it goes. Condition your skin with coconut cream and bask in the warmth that a cinnamon leaf undercurrent brings. Relax and refresh yourself in your own little piece of paradise.

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

Rocket Science

See my demo video below. This has a bright, lemon citrus fragrance. 

What a gorgeous bath bomb. The interesting thing is that this bomb makes various dimensions of things happening. If one were to look at the water one could see layers; multi colored stars on the very bottom. 


Then there is a multi-colored chunky glitter later above the stars.

Then there’s a layer of silvery sparkes  above that.

Then there is the blue, pink and purple colored foam layer from the fizzing bomb. 

Gorgeous. 

Here’s the 3 minute demo 

The smells is nice, but nothing earth shattering. But the looks of this bomb in the water makes up for it.

I give this a 4.5 out of 5 rating. 

Think Pink

5 out of 5 rating See my video tub demo below, cose up to see the silver glitter. This is the newly redesigned 2017 Think Pink bath bomb. 

I gathered all of my Lush think pink products that thI’ve collectethroughout the years. 

My think pink lush tote

My Lush Times 2006 think pink catalog.

Funny Face fun bar from the Lush Summit.

Pink Custard jelly which was made in the think pink scent, Limited edition dother’s ay 2017.


This is such a pretty bath bomb. It smells of vanilla, neroli, lavender and tonka bean. The first time I tried this I didn’t really like the tonka bean at all. I don’t But after using it again, wow, it’s fruity, and girly, and a tad foody, all at the same time. The orange-y neroli note is there, the creamy but not too sweet vanilla, the bright lavender. 
This makes water that is a pretty medium dark pink. The original one had candy hearts and tiny heart confetti made out of Soap. The redesigned 2017 version  has silver glitter and is a 200g size instead of the 100g size.  

Lush Times 2006 Description: Darlings, this is the ultimate in fuchsia pink baths. Four candy flowers top this marvel of utter pinkness and, as it fizzes furiously, it unleashes a shower of pink confetti into the bathwater. We’re using our brand new favourite tonka bean essential oil because it smells so wickedly fabulous, darlings! It also helps you to get in touch with your deeper emotions. Do be careful whom you meet for lunch just after you bathe! We don’t want to go eleasing our deeper emotions all over the starter and upsetting the other ladies, or do we? 

Ingredients: Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Lavender Oil,  Tonka Absolute, Vanilla Absolute, Neroli Oil,  Silver lustre


Thundersnow

5 out of 5 rating. See my demo video below. 

Out of 300+ Lush bath bombs, Thundersnow is in my top 20 Lush bath bombs of all time list. 

Thundersnow is an actual phenomena that’s rare, when there’s a thunder storm while it’s snowing. 
It was available exclusively at the 2017 Lush Summit in London. 

Rumoured to come back for Christmas.


Here’s a demo video I recorded of it in the tub wow!