5 out of 5 rating. See my tub demo video below to see it in action!
I’m so intrigued by these new Lush Christmas bath bombs called Amazeballs. ‘Holly Golightly‘ (green), ‘Snow Fairy‘ (pink), ‘Fly Me To the Moon’ (platinum ufo), and ‘Don’t Let the Bells End’ (yellow).
It was hard to decide which one i wanted to use (and demo) first. I chose Fly Me To the Moon….since i live in New Mexico after all. 😉 When you take the top off its got purple bubble bar/bomb powder mixture inside.its scent is similar to ‘Nevermind the Ballistics’ from Christmas 2017. Its made with lime, orange and frankincense.
I like the platinum shimmer on the outside of it.
I also like the purple bath bomb/bubble bar combo powder inside that is partcular to Fly Me to the Moon.
You can either sprinkle the powder under running water and it will become frothy or you can put the whole rhing in the tub with the powder inside of it.
Its a slow, foamy fizzer. Once it starts dissolving It turns into something that looks like dessert. Like vanilla blackberry ice cream.
It also has glitter in ghe water.
I like everything about this bomb. The design. The innovation. The colors, and the scent. And the performance.
Lush has introduced 54 new bath Bombs that customers will choose their favorites from. And depending upon the customers Lush will keep those favorite bath bombs on the retail online store site and in stores.
Originally Lush had made 89 new bath bombs for their 20 year anniversary of when Mo Constantine made her first bath bomb. Lush introduced tgese 89 bath bomvs first at the Liverpool Lush Spa store opening. This new store is the largest Lush store in the world currently and has 300+ new Lush products. I have a list of those thst im building on another page for the Lush Liverpool store.
Lush also introduced 54 of these 89 bath bombs at their new concept store in Harajuku Japan. I have a blog page on that as well.
I was able to buy approx 40 of these. I have recorded bath water demos of them and have taken photos of them in action in the tub.
I’ll start adding the names of these bombs on this page now. and i’ll have links to the bath bombs page with the video, description, and review.
5 out of 5 rating. See my 2 minute recorded bath demo of it below.
This beautiful bath bomb is one of five butterflies that Lush has made for the grand opening of tge Lush Liverpool Biggest store in the world, and for the opening of the New Lush concept store in Harajuku Japan.
Shijimi is to promote sleep and relaxation, being made with lavender and chamomile.
It smells like the Lush ‘Ickle Baby Bot’ bomb.
Shijimi has layered blue and black colors and light glitter here and there in just the black part.
This is a slow, foamy type of fizzer.
While its not my favorite of the five butterfly bombs it is the best one for sleepy time.
I would suggest this bomb, especially if you like lavender.
here is a 2 minute tub demo of Shijimi Butterfly in my tub.
5 out of 5 rating. See my 2 minute bath demo video below
A subtley sweet lavender and chamomile scent. An Herbal but slightly sweet scent.
Its great to promote relaxation and sleep.
I asked how to use it and was told that it goes in wrapped because when the bath bomb dissolves lots of lavender and chamomile flowers are left in the bag so it acts as a tea bag for soaking in the tub.
It’s makes the water a gorgeous, jewel-like purple color. No glitter.
My skin feels soft but not overly moisturized.
Deep Sleep makes for Very luxurious feeling.
I soaked for a long time in this awesome bath. I love this bath bomb.
I love how dramatic it looks while being relaxing at the same time.
I would recommend buying one. In fact i would recommend buying two if budget will allow.
Lush is making available today the ‘Turtle’ jelly bomb. I love it! It’s made in the same pine, Cypress, sandalwood and seaweed scent as their retro ‘Geophyzz’ bath bomb. So cute. They have little agar agar bits inside them to represent their plight with pollution in our oceans from waste.
In my photo below are the Mama Turtle above and baby turtle below her.
Here is a video recording of my tub demo of these.
Review: This ballistic was discontinued about as quickly as it came out. Loads of people liked it on the forum but I guess it just didn’t sell at all and was pulled a few months after introduction. It smells like the perfume Ginger, highly floral rose but it has a strong lemony top note also. I wouldn’t normally like this combo but Lush also includes Sandalwood, Mimosa (like is in 17 Cherry Tree Lane soap and Sakura ballistic) , and also some red mandarin oil. So while i don’t hate it, i don’t love it either. It’s quite strong when fresh and the red mandarin orange oil and sandalwood is covered up by the fresh ginger and lemon scent, but when this ballistic mellows a bit it’s lovely. It makes bright yellow water. 3 stars.
Lush Times 2004 Description: How about a jolly bathtime adventure with lashings of ginger and lemon? Drop into a pre-run bath for a refreshing ginger fizz and lemonade experience.
Here’s a video i made of this bath bomb in the tub