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Monday, 4 March 2019

Lush Goddess Bath Bomb | Review

I have seen Lush Goddess bath bomb quite a lot the past couple of months as many bloggers mention it and  I have seen it quite a bit on social media. I really wanted to know what the hype was about this unique shaped purple bath bomb. Apparently, the scent is so popular that Lush now have a range of Goddess products including soap and perfume. 

Anyways let us get on with the post, shall we?
 Design
A unique shape that's curved and ombre shades of lilacs and purple. It has to be the first lush bath bomb of this particular shape, I love it. 

Scent 
 I have to say the hype is well worth it with this bath bomb, it smells heavenly. Its key ingredients are 'Oudh Oil', 'Jasmine Absolute', 'Fair Trade Colombian Cocoa Butter' and 'Sandalwood Oil'. For me its the perfect blend of woody and floral scent, it's heavenly. I love the scent so much I am tempted to buy the perfume version of this.

In The Bath
When I put this in the bath ( eventually... LOL I love taking photos ) it actually floated around the bath instead of the usual just sinking to the bottom of the bath. It fizzed slowly in the bath for a few minutes giving spirals of lilac and purple until it melted to make the bath a milky lilac colour.

The bath water smelt heavenly and I could definatly smell the Oudh and jasmine. It was a lovely scent that just floated around the bathroom gently without being overpowering it was actually relaxing. 

I loved the feel of the water too, it felt like silk and almost milky, not sure if that makes sense but if you try this bath bomb you will know what I mean. I did feel like my skin was softer and more moisturised after using this. The smell was actually on my skin till the next days following afternoon ( until my next shower).

Cruelty-free and Vegan-Friendly  🐰

List of ingredients
Sodium Bicarbonate Citric Acid Titanium Dioxide Jasmine Absolute Osmanthus Absolute Rose Oil Sandalwood Oil Oudh Oil Cream of Tartar Fair Trade Colombian Cocoa Butter Water (Aqua) Cornstarch Argan Oil Fair Trade Shea Butter Synthetic Fluorphlogopite Sodium Coco Sulfate Tin Oxide Cocamidopropyl Betaine Maltodextrin Laureth 4 Dipropylene Glycol *Eugenol *Limonene *Linalool Perfume Colour 77491 Colour 42090:1 Colour 45430:1 Colour 42090 Colour 19140 Colour 17200 Colour 45410
I can see what all the hype is about with the Goddess range because it is just gorgeous! I love the combination of smells it has especially the Oudh and jasmine, they are a match made in heaven. I like the shape of the bath bomb too because instead of sinking it just floats and fizzes around the bath until completely melted into beautiful lilac water. 

I am actually going to buy more of these soon because they are that nice!
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Goddess is available in the following
🌸Perfume Oil
🌸Perfume
🌸Soap 
🌸 Solid Perfume
🌸 Wash Card


Have you tried anything from the Goddess range at Lush?

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  1. great post you shared, and your review really matter for me as i am your regular visitor and always looking around new things, thanks for the tips and review.

    Regards,
    Prabhu...

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  2. The color is nice. The pictures looks silky smooth. And it looks like it really starts moisturizing your skin. Great product.

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  3. I am of two minds on Lush. On one hand, it's really hard to pay those prices and feel like it's Justified, but on the other hand they do make amazing products.

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  4. Nice article. I haven't use this one before but after reading your review I will try it and also their perfume.

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  5. I have never tried to use a bath bomb but I think I need to try this to give more relaxation and freshness in my every bath. Nice review!

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  6. I wanna try a bath bomb nowww! lol! looks so cool & fun.

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  7. I love the look of this Bath Bomb. I would love to try a Bath Bomb one day. Yet to try one.

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  8. I want to try a bath bomb...I have never heard of this kind of bath before...

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  9. This looks amazing. But Lush is far away from me and I rather use batyh salts from the local drugstore.

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  10. I loooooove a good bath bomb. The shape of this one is super unique, and I am really digging the colors, too. So fun!

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  11. I need to top up my bath bomb basket, I think that calls for a trip to lush soon! Thank you for sharing this I love the shape of this bomb!

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  12. This sounds great! I'll have to remember to pick one up on my next Lush shopping spree. I haven't used any of the Goddess products yet but I love the colours its left in the bath.

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