Royalty

5 out of 5 rating. See my Tub Demo video of it that I recorded for you below

This is a Lush Cosmetics bath bomb made exclusively for the New Lush Japan Naked ship opening at the beginning of the new year.

Jack Constantine was kind enough to give me one of each of the six exclusive bath bombs. However i had already bought two when i was at the showcase. So i have one left for a Giveaway!

Here’s a Bathtub Demo of it that I recorded for you

Royalty bath bomb is made with jasmine and vanilla. the lush person at the Creative Showcase told me there was also sandalwood in it.

A Gold Crown. What’s not to like?

The scent of Royalty reminds me of The Lush ‘Vanillary’ scent except this adds sandalwood.

See my tub demo of Royalty that i recorded below.

I don’t know if they add condoning things in this bath bomb but it definitely seems to be more conditioning than most lush bath bombs. The water almost becomes milky.

There is a beautiful gold shimmer in the water. Not too much though.

Princess Bomb Bomb

3.5 out of 5 rating

This is one of three different style of Lush Holiday bath bomb. Having quite a different shape, this bomb is in two parts, a head and a torso. Lush has introduced a santa, a snowman and a princess in this style.

They can be somewhat unweildy if youre not aware that the head isnt attached to the body.

Upon investigating these bombs ay the lush creative showcase i promptly dispatched a head while many people watched as it’s lone head rolled across the floor evetyone stifling a laugh.

Princess is pink and yellow, having a yellow bath homb head and a larger mauve colored torso.

Its definitely a much bigger bomb than regular Lush bokbs so take thst into consideration when looking at the price.

This bomb is a fast fizzer though it dpestake longer to fizz away than most fast fizzers because of its size.

Lush creator said lush made princess with a new scent. Its a lovely powdery light floral. A young floral scent. I quite liked the way my skin smelled long after getting out of the tub and drying off.

There’s something about this proncess bomb that is unnerving, perhaps because it looks like a doll, and sometes dolls can be kind of creepy lol. My petsonal creepiness aside i think this bomb will be very nice for young people to use because its kind of interactive.

I enjoyed using it but i dont think id buy another one.

Here is a demo video i recorded of Princess Bomb Bomb in the tub.

The World’s Smallest Disco

This is a fedtive bomb for the Holidays. This one takes out all the stops. It’s black first of all, and it has bright pink, green, blue and yellow discs of color that dissolve and form little puddles of bright day glo color against a sparkling pallette of black.

The bomb has a nice citrussy scent of lime and grapefruit.

Its a bit of a clean up, nothing too henious but there is some cleanup involved.

The black and multicolored glitter look like a million tiny mirrors floating through the water. Mesmerizing.

Perle De Sel

4 out of 4 rating

This years Snowcake product is a bath bomb called Perle De Sel. I was glad to see this replacement of the traditional snowcake Christmas bomb ‘Lush Pud’. I quite like this all white version vs. the brown of the previous years.

Perle De Sel has a lovely bit of gold nuggets in the outside middle of the bomb.

Snowcake is a very mild scent, having almond benzoin and rose together makes a light nut comforting scent.

Ludh has made many products throughout the years in this scent and this years product is an elegant version in my opinion.

As it dissolves a lovely shade of aqua blue spews out of the bomb making the water shimmer with blue and silver sparkle.

Absolutely beautiful.

I would but another one but i wouldnt stock up on them.

Cheery Christmas

5 out of 5 rating

£3.95 (uk and converted to $5.15)

This is a pretty, new snowflake shape for Christmas. A bright pink color and it has some blue inside as well. Its not a large bomb, its more on the medium/small size.

The scents is a new one, as Lush states its made with lemon, buchu and currant.

It smells brightly, fruity to me, but not in a citrus way, more in a berryish way. I thought this smelled somewhat familiar but couldn’t put my finger on it. But after asking lush i was told its a brand new scent.

I used Cheery Christmas bath bomb in my bath along with the Lush blackberry and currant Scrub scrub scrub. I figured since yhey both have berries in them they would go nicely.

I like the blue and pink combination of the bath bomb colors in the tub.

The end result is a different shade of purple, almost a mauve color, with silver sparkle.

Gorgeous!

I bought two more Cheery Christmas bath bombs when i placed my secondLush Christmas order.

Lush description: Outside, snowflakes fall to the ground, creating a picturesque postcard landscape, untouched and unspoilt. Against the back drop of a winter dream, Sicilian lemon oil refreshes and rejuvenates putting a smile on the face of all who bathe here. Pop this bundle of joy in the bath and allow the intricate pattern to take shape before your eyes. Lay back, feel relaxed and enjoy the festive season as blackcurrant-scented buchu oil spreads the cheer.

After all, ’tis the season to be jolly.

Heres a pic i took of a bath i took with two bath bombs, one of them being cheery christmas bomb.

List of ingredients

Natural Ingredients 
Safe Synthetics 

*occurs naturally in essential oils

Here is my recorded tub drmo video of Cheery Christmas in the water.

Holey Night

5 out of 5 rating

I like the play on words.

The scent of this bath bomb surprised me. Its not citrus. Its got rose and sandalwood. It leaves a beautiful floral scent on my skin long after my bath is over after ive dried off.

I recorded this display full of Holey Night bombs at the Lush Creative Showcase event.

Holey night is made with soya milk powder which makes the water a creamier texture. Its quite softening on the skin.

I like the creamy pink and blue foam.

The end result is water with a turquoise hue and silver shimmer.

See my tub demo below

Eyeball

I have two Eyeball bath bombs. see my recorded tub demo below

One i got from a Lush store. And one i got from Lush Uk mail order site lush.co.uk

Ive had the one i got from a Lush store in the uk on Sept 22 for two weeks. To me it didnt smell that exciting. In fact, it almost smelled sort of blah with maybe some lavender.

However, im SO glad i decided to order another one from mail order. Because THAT one was an entirely different story scent-wise.

Oh my GOD the gorgeousness of this pretty and yummy scent….this smells so familiar.

I looked it up on thesite to see look at the ingredients. As i read the ingredients on the site it dawned on me….this Eyeball bath bomb has the Lush SOFTY bath bomb scent!!!! YES. Thank you so much Lush.

The irony of this gorey eyeball having the pretty ‘Softy’ scent is wonderful. Lush also made a bubnle bar one Christmas called Hedgehog, with that same softy scent.

This scent is made with orange oil, lavender, ylang ylang and rose. Basically everything that is good-put together in one bomb.

Its both ‘pretty’ and ‘yummy’. I can smell the ylang ylang and the rose primarily, which is a GORGEOUS combination in itself. But then comes the wafting of the orange oil note to give it that ‘Lushious, sweet, fruit’ note. Then, comes the bright herbal pop of lavender to lift the whole combination up.

Heavenly. One must absolutely have a fresh one from mail order, otherwise youre in danger of getting a blah one, or God forbid, the even more rare one that smells like furniture cleaner, which i have had in the past as well.

A good, very fresh one is a 5 out of 5 rating.

An older one thats been sitting in the store for some days can be a 2 out of 5.

I pray you get a great one folks, its heavenly.

Here is a tub demo video i recorded for you.

These products below were made in the same blend.