Golden Pear bath bomb

5 out of 5 star rating. see my 2 minute tub demo below.

Oh. My. Goodness.

Firstly, Golden Pear is almost too pretty to use. Thats why i bought six.

Or at least thats what I’m telling people 😉

Yes, its THAT good. It’s creamy, rich and fragrant.

I heard from a few people on my instagram who said they liked Golden Pear but would love it more if they didnt have to smell that initial somewhat odd first note. Trust me when i say there is no odd note in the Golden Pear bath bomb.

You’d be surprised at HOW good this smells. Please dont buy just one. You’ll be sorry.

Just like their Golden Pear soap, this bath bomb has a layer of cocoa butter sandwhiched in the middle of this golden, fizzing beauty.

Even though there is a slight dusting of gold on the outside of the bomb, the water isn’t glittery. So those of you who dont like glitter will enjoy this!

I love the peach golden colored water.

And the water is more opaque and its more moisturizing too, whivh my dry skin enjoyed!

In my opinion there’s nothing not to love about this bath bomb.

Here’s my 2 minute tub demo.

lush description:
If things turn pear-shaped, look to this fresh and fruity bath bomb to lift your spirits. Invigorating cardamom oil infuses the steam with notes of spiced fruits, while zesty Brazilian orange oil clears the mind. A reassuringly warm, woody aroma grounds this sweet pear, settling busy thoughts.

List of ingredients
Sodium Bicarbonate
Citric Acid
Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter
Titanium Dioxide
Laureth 4
Cardamom Oil
Brazilian Orange Oil
Sandalwood Oil
Cream of Tartar
Water (Aqua)
Fair Trade Shea Butter
Sodium Coco Sulfate
Dipropylene Glycol
Cocamidopropyl Betaine
Synthetic Fluorphlogopite
Silica
Tin Oxide
Coumarin
*Limonene
Perfume
Colour 14700
Colour 45350
Colour 77491

The Comforter bath bomb

5 out of 5 rating

See my 2 minute Tub Demo below

Lush has opened up a new store in the Harajuku area of Japan. At this new, special store Lush will sell 35-50 exclusive bath bombs. One of these exclusive Japan Harajuku store bombs is The Comforter.

The scent is supposed to smell like the popular ‘Comforter’ bubble bar and shower gel. Its a berryish scent made with black currant (cassis) and bergamot. These combine to make a lushious, slightly fruity scent.

Lush used to sell in store a Comforter shower cream and they currently sell a large pink and white swirly bubble bar. Lush also made an exclusive perfume and sold it at lush.co.uk once

Lush Description:

Fizzing fast to create fruity foam of purple, pink and white, this cloud-like ball of cassis will help you unwind before you hit the hay. A merry berry blanket of blackcurrant comforts and a burst of brightening bergamot oil refreshes and resets the mind. Meanwhile, soothing cypress oil ushers in a tide of comfort and joy.

It doesnt have the acrid note that some of the comforter products have. This bomb has nothing but a smooth, slightly sweet creamy cassis and bergamot note.

It seems to have an almost vanilla-like note as well.

The deep pink is gorgeous with the undulating, glittery sparkle.

ingredients

Tub demo

Honey I Washed the Kids bath bomb

3.5 out of 5 rating

See my 1 minute tub demo video below

Lush has opened up a new store in the Harajuku area of Japan. At this new, special store Lush will sell 35-50 exclusive bath bombs. One of these exclusive Japan Harajuku store bombs is Honey I Washed the Kids.

Its got a strong fragrance of bergamot, and orange oil and other goodies so that it winds up smelling like toffee. Its a very popular scent that Lush has used in many different bath bombs and othrr products in the past.

Lush used to sell a bath bomb in all their stores called ‘Honey Bee’ which was HIWTK scented. However it was discontinued in 2016. It was a pale color. It wasnt a bright yellow color like this Japan exclusive bomb.

This doesnt have any glitter. It has something in it that seems to be somewhat conditioning to my skin.

The scent is nice and strong.

When i compare it to the other exclusive bath bombs it isnt one of my favorites. But it is good.

if you like all things in this scent i would recommend it.

demo video

Kitsune

5 out of 5 rating

See my tub demo i recorded at the end of this review.

Here’s a pic i took of the tray full of Kitsune bath bombs for you.

Here’s a video below that i recorded of the tray of them at the Lush Creative Showcase in England.

Here’s a picture of mine.

see my tub demo i recorded for you below.

i like the theme of this Kitsume bath bomb. Kitsume means Fox in Japanese. I like what Kitsume signifies, and its cute, looking like a cross between a cat, a shell and a fox.

In some cultures in japan it is a fox spirit which has magical powers.

It has a very citrusy scent. not sweet in any way. it reminds me of the Lush cheer up buttercup bath bomb scent.

It makes the water a lovely peach color. And there is also a gold sparkle. not too much sparkle, it’s minimal.

This bomb fizzes very fast and furious. really fresh!

It doesn’t have skin moisturizing properties in it.

All in all i love this bomb. i would buy another one or two.

heres a video demo

Candy Mountain Yule Log

4 out of 5 rating

Yeah, this isnt Snow Fairy scented firstly. Just wanted to get that out of the way.

This is Creamy Candy scented. Lush makes a bubble bar year round called ‘Creamy Candy’ in stores. Well every Christmas Lush makes a christmas themed Creamy Candy bubble bar and calls it ‘Candy Mountain.

Historically its looked kind of like a unicorn horn shape.

This year however, Lush has re-designed their Christmas Candy Mountain. It looks quite different. It has more of a laser cut mountain design. I like it, its more refined than past years Candy Mountain.

The reason people confuse this with snow fairy is because the two scents creamy candy and snow fairy/candy fluff are similar, but yhey are different and made with different scent ingredients such as synthetic musk and vanilla in varying degrees. Snow Fairy/Candy Fluff adds clove bud leaf.

This Candy Mountain has extra skin conditioning ingredients in it, moreso than other Lush bubble bars.

I recorded a 1 minute tub demo of it for you below

Goddess (formerly God is a Woman)

5 out of 5.

Made with the Lush ‘Zen’ soap scent. I describe the scent more in my video and review below.

This bath bomb was originally created by Jack Constantine for Ariana Grande after he saw her video for her song ‘God is a Woman’.

In my video demo of mine in the tub below i also recorded a video of the giant one that was on display at the Creative Showcase event. I got real close so you can see the foam spewing out!

Jack mimicked the gorgeous muted colors of blue, lilac, gray, silver, green in the video within this bath bomb.

Also striking is the ethereal nature from silver and lavender shimmer powder.

Its scent is a combination of earthy,green and floral. It smells like it looks if that makes sense. I think Jack did an excellent job of creating the feel and vibe of Ariana’s video into this bath bomb’s look and scent.

initially this was going to be given to folks who bought tickets to attend the 2028 Lush Creative Showcase in Manchester England.

On the second day they were selling these along with the other exclusive items in the holiday products area. so that was nice that anyone attending eventually had a chance to purchase one.

naturally i purchased as many as i could fit in my bag so i could bring back for my friends and fellow bloggers who didnt get one.

Magic Crystals

i would rate this a 4 out of 5 rating.

This is a moisturizing, scrub cleanser.

Initially i rated it a 5 out of 5 but i will say that because of what a couple of my followers have stated, it’s best not to get this in sensitive areas as it can burn/sting quite a bit.

So because of that i changed my rating to 4 out of 5.

It’s still a great above average product.

Initially i thought this was some kind of scrubby shower soap, like a scrubbe smoothie. But upon using it in my demo i discovered that its not meant to wash with.

One washes first then uses this after rinsing your soap or shower gel off. Then you rinse it off. Its conditioning. Its very conditioning compared to rub rub rub.

This isnt a fine exfoliation, its a coarser consistency, so just fyi that as i know some of you don’t like a coarse scrub.

here is a video i recorded where i demo how to use it.

It diesnt smell particularly herbal considering there is a good amount of sage in here. I only smell mint. Its not extremely sweet.

Magic needn’t only be cast with a flick of a wand or a twitch of a nose, magic can come in a tub in the bathroom.

Hop in a hot shower and let the warm water dance across your skin before scooping out a handful of this scrub.

Warming and stimulating aniseed oil accompanies fine sea salt and Epsom salts to brighten, buff and polish skin while fresh rosemary and sage infusions cleanse and tone. Rinse off and let menthol crystals, peppermint and spearmint oils to leave cool tingles up and down your skin like the remnants of magic recently cast.