Dinosaur Bombshell Egg

5 out of 5 star rating

This year Lush United Kingdom and Lush North America have released their yearly Dinosaur Egg, onky this year theyve made it into a bombshell type. The bombshells are Lush bath bombs that are two halves of different colored bombs that go together and usually have something inside. The last few Easter holidays what was inside of them was a fun bar shaped like a little green dinosaur. This year however, lush has a bubble bar inside that is shaped like a little green dinosaur.

Dinosaur Bombshell Egg

It’s scent is made the same this year with fruity grapefruit & bergamot oils as well as the sweet and yummy almond essential oil.

“If you’re looking for a Jurassic bath, the rapturous fizz and crackle of this Easter treat is a T-rrific choice! Grab your prehistoric surprise before you pop one or both bath bomb halves in the water and enjoy a legendary sherbert-scented soak. Inside you’ll find your own little dino bubble bar, ready to be crumbled under running water for an eruption of bubbles. A dino-mite encounter with grapefruit and popping candy is sure to provide roarsome refreshment.”

How to use: Use half of your egg at a time or throw the whole thing into a full bath to unleash a fizztacular display. The dinosaur inside can be crumbled under running water to create perfectly prehistoric bubbles.

I use the bubble bar after ive filled it half way and after the bath bomb has dissolved. I hold the bubble bar under the falling faucet water and watch as this creates bubbles in the water below in the tub.

How to store: Keep it in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to re-discover a Jurassic world of delights.

I love multi colored components of my bath goodies, because i like to combine colors to make other colors. For instance the blue half and yellow half combined make a pretty shade of green water.

I would recommend the Dinosaur bombshell egg. You can get three baths out of it if you use each component in seperate baths. 🙂

Temple of the Sky

5 out of 5 rating, for looks and scent.

See my 3 minute tub Demo Video below.

In addition to the new ‘‘Flight’ bath bomn, here is a review and a couple of shots of Lush ‘Temple of the Sky’ bath bomb, exclusive to the @lushjapan store in Harajuku and on the Uk website. Smells like oranges. Its made with lon and orange oil.

This is one of two favorites of mine out of the latest six new Japan/Uk Lush bath bombs. The other four dont have quite the oomph Temple of the Sky and Flight have in my opinion.

Finalky a decent orange Lush scent. The orange in this is nice and strong and lasts the wjole bath. Thats another thing about this Temple in the Sky bomb….it fizzes for a long luxurious time.

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Lush Bath cocktail

I wanted to go for a red and purple color scheme. Seey 6 minute tub video below.

As i searched my lush collection i saw some thungs that fit the bill but noticed they all had geranium in common. I decided to use them:

1 new exclusive Lush ‘Ladybird’ bubble bar.

1 new exclusive Lush ‘Roller’ bath bomb.

1 squeeze of some Lush ‘Yummy Mummy’ shower cream (same scent as roller).

1 squeeze of some new Lush ‘Prince Charming’ shower gel.

The roller has a strawberry, caramely tonka, orange, and geranium scent.

The Ladybird bubble bar has a mint and geranium scent. Minty floral.

The shower gel has a geranium, pomegranate fruit, rose and marshmallow root scent

The Yummy Mummy has the same strawberry, orange,.caramelly tonka and geranium scent as Roller bomb.

I chopped up the bubble bar for the asmr people and also to get it to a fine consistency so it would dissolve in the seieve without me touching it…even though sometimes i like squishing it up in my hand.

I added the squeeze of each shower gel on top of the chopped up bubble bar in the seieve.

I added the bubble bar mixture first to see what color it made the water once it was dussolved for bubbles.

The water was a reddish orange.

Then i added the Roller bath bomb. Roller is my favorite Lush bath bomb of all time

You can see why i like this bath bomb in my pics below 😊

Soon the bath bomb dissolved and the purple water mixed with the red water and became a dark purple water with sparkles.

I woukd definitely recommend this combination of Lush products for a colorful and delicous smelling bath.

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Flight

A Lush Harajuku bath bomb Made with the Yummy Mummy scent.

5 out of 5 rating.

See my 4 minute Tub Demo Video below.

Its the same scent as Lush ‘Yummy Mummy’ shower gel and ‘Roller’ bath bomb and body sprayit smells like sweet strawberry and oranges. See below for more ingredients.

I think the bath art this makes is some of the most stunning that Lush has ever made in a bath bomb. Purple, blue, green, yellow….WoW.

It also has light blue colored glitter which is rare to see in a lush bomb if you think about it.

It has little shiny pieces of red salt embedded into the top.

It ultimately creates a cobalt blue water.

Gorgeous!

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Magic Rabbit bath bomb

5 out of 5 rating.

See my 3 minute Tub Demo Vidro below.

This bomb has paper ears. It’s Super fruity with Davana oil and Tonka bean oil.

It smells like peach, berries and vanilla to me.

This is a gorgeous bomb. So whimsical. Its a new bomb this Easter with a new shape. The black turns to a deep purple in the water. There is no sparkle in the water.

its a slow melty fizzer which i like bevause i can watch it for a long time as it fizzes in the tub. It crackles with popping candy as it dissolves in the tub.

The vivid red from the hat’s stripe is so striking against the purple. This is a wonderful bomb for bath art.

The water looks blackish purple after its all disdolved. It didnt stain my tub or anything. It was quite easy to simply rinse once with my shower spray. Just don’t hold it in your hand as it dissolves as it will stain your fingertip.

Im glad i bought two. I would highly recommend this bath bomb.

Here’s a video i recorded of it in the tub before i hopped in.

Love Locket Amazeball 2020

5 out of 5 rating

See my 2 minute tub demo video belo

This year Lush brought back the popular Valentine love locket bath bomb. However this year both the design and the scent are different.

This year lush designed the love locket in the new ‘Amazeball’ design, which is a hollowed out design filled with a bath bomb top, and miniature, multi colored bath bombs inside the hollowed out area.

Also, this year Lush made it in the popular ‘Yummy Mummy’ shower gel scent. Its a caremelly strawberry scent made with strawberry, orange oil, and tonka bean.

My favorite Lush exclusive ‘Roller’ bath bomb is in this scent too.

The Love Locket is a bit larger than regular lush bath bombs.

Primarily pink with blue accents, the tiny heart-shaped bath bombs inside are blue, yellow, green and pink.

The end result is a mauve colored, sparkly water that smells like strawberry.

“Don’t lock your love away, release it in a spectacle of strawberry-scented swirls. This amazeball is the key to a great bath, so unlock your heart’s true potential with a good soak in the tub. Full to the brim with tiny bath bomb hearts, you’re sure to be all a flutter thanks to uplifting orange and cosy tonka.

You’ll love this if you like:
– Super soaks, bright colours and a heart full of giddy joy.
 Strawberries and Cream bath bomb or  D’Fluff shaving soap.
– Treating yourself or the ones you care for to a big, blissful bath.

Benefits:
– Tonka absolute has a comforting sweet fragrance, adding a snuggly embrace of warmth to this strawberry-scented treat.
– The uplifting note of Brazilian orange oil adds a drop of sunshine to your bath, as well as boosting your mood.
– The addition of cornflour ensures that this bath bomb is extra softening for the skin.

How to use: Bust the lock off this amazeball by removing the stopper and shake as many of the little bath bombs into the tub as your heart desires, allowing them to tumble in and fizz away. Feel free to indulge with the whole thing at once, or keep the shell for another time. Why not put a love note inside for that special someone to find as they soak?”

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