This has the Candy Fluff/Melting Marshmallow Moments scent.
see my 3 minute Tub Demo/Review/video below 😊
I would rate this a 5 out of 5 rating
At first i was kind of on the fence on whether or not to buy this bath bomb. I bought all the other Easter 2021 bombs from Lush but this one didn’t excite me on first glance. But on the second time i looked at a picture of it on the Lush website i changed my mind and put this in my cart along with the others.
So glad i did. I’ve always loved the Honey I Washed the Kids scent. And the bath bomb just looked super cute when i realized they were all separate pieces.
I love multiple piece bath bombs from Lush because there are always different color combinations that make certain final colors in the tub water.
The Owl and the Pussycat is a poem by British poet Edward Lear. It’s also the title to a funny old movie with Barabara Streisand.
The scent is kind of sweet pink, fruity but spicy.
This has the Floral scent of Lush Santa’s Grotto bath bomb.
I didn’t expect to like this. With the exception of it being a pretty flower. I liked that part very much.
I almost didn’t buy it though because i’m getting bored with the reusable type of Lush bubble bars that we’ve been seeing. I miss the regular squishy type of Lush bubble bars.
However when i smelled it i fell in love with the fragrance. It’s the same lovely floral scent of the Lush ‘Santa’s Grotto’ Christmas bath bomb from two years ago. And it’s a different scent. It’s not a scent that lush has used before in other things.
Whenever Lush creates a new floral i get excited.
This didn’t make as many bubbles as the other reusable bubble blowers that i’ve bought from Lush. I don’t know why. But i did enjoy bathing in it.
It doesn’t color the water, and there is no sparkle.
How to use: Hold under running water for mounds of bubbles or blow through for an airborne bubble show. When you’ve whipped up enough bubbles, pop on the side to dry for next time.
How to store: With three distinctly floral essential oils, keep out of direct light and somewhere cool until ready to bloom in bubbles.
This has a lovely rose floral fragrance. It’s made with rose oil. It’s a gorgeous deep rose pink color. And it has gold bath melt hearts embedded in the bath bomb. Perfect for Valentine’s Day
This is new for Valentine’s this year.
The scent of red roses, nourishing golden cocoa hearts and a spoonful of popping candy for the heartbeat. That’s a whole lot of love to bathe in. £5.95 / €7.50 each
A Rose Jam-scented, cocoa butter packed fizzer that’ll send hearts racing for the tub.
Bathe in love with this Valentine’s bath bomb. Rose Jam scented with moisturising golden hearts and a spoonful of popping candy for the heartbeat. What’s not to love?
How to use: Run your bath and climb in before dropping this sensual treat into the water for a heartwarming soak. Feel good knowing the rose absolute is sourced from our regenerative rose project in Pakistan.
Smell familiar? This beating bath bomb shares the scent of the Rose Jam collection.
How to store: Keep in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to soak in sensually sweet scents.
There are so many things to love about this bath bomb. The design, the color, the scent, the features.
It’s a slow fizzer which i like because i don’t like when bombs fizz and dissolve too quickly.
I like watching them slowly spin around the tub because sort of meditative for me. And i like picking them up and stuff.
up for the vote for possible inclusion in the Lush Feb 2021 subscription box.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sea Salt (Sodium Chloride), Perfume, Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale), Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Cypress Oil (Cupressus sempervirens), Palmarossa Oil (Cymbopogan martini), Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), Red Golden Glitter (Polyethylene terephthalate, FD&C Yellow No. 5, D&C Red No. 7, FD&C Red No. 4), FD&C Red No. 4
This has scent of Flying Fox shower gel. Lots of honeysuckle, ylang ylang and not too noticeable jasmine. It’s similar to the Lush ‘Lust’ perfume. I don’t like the scent whatsoever , *raises right hand* I cannot finish a bath with this. I’ve tried it twice just to make sure. I usually try things at least three times, but no can do. It’s apity because visually, it’s strikingly gorgeous. The Youki Hi from the UK especially, are covered (on the outside only) with a bunch of golden glitter, and dark red salt. I don’t like Flying Fox shower gel either, and this ballistic was made to have the same exact scent as flying Fox shower gel.
LT description: Our Chinese New Year celebration Ballistic is named after one of the world’s three most beautiful women ever, a Chinese woman called Youki-Hi, according to Japanese tradition. It as Yuka’s idea; she works for Lush in Japan. It has the gloriously sensual, jasmine flower fragrance of Flying Fox and is regally decorated with gold sparkles and red sea salt – that’s sea salt dyed red not salt from the Red Sea in the colours of Chinese dragons which dance along the street for new year parades. The other two most beautiful women, so legend has it, were Cleopatra and Onono Komachi, a Japanese storyteller. Perhaps one day they will have their own commemorative Bath Ballistics too. (It’s pronounced ‘you-key-hee’ not ‘you-key-high’ except by Mark.)
This is a super large bubble bar. It’s like two or three regular Lush bubble bars. It smells just like the Lush Snow Fairy shower gel. Like pink buttery candy. Recently Lush has added lime oil to Snow Fairy to lend some acidic quality to the sweet vanilla scent.
It’s got white shimmer on the outside of the bar. I used half in my bath.
This is a bubble bar in the same design of the popular ‘Brightside’, ‘The Comforter’, Blue Skies & Fluffy White Clouds’. Only this one is bright pink! And it has the popular ‘Snow Fairy’ shower gel scent.
Here are some other Snow Fairy Lush products from past Christmases. If you’ve tried any one of these you know what this bubble bar will smell like.