Monday 18 March 2019

Lush Peachy Bath Bomb | Review

Lushs Peachy Bath Bomb | Review
Damn this girl has had one rough week recovering from being ill on the weekend, I still feel rubbish but hey ho I decided to cheer myself up and have a Lush bath to help me relax. I decided to go for Peachy ( from the Lush Valentines day collection) as it's been sitting my bath bomb basket for a while now ( Plus I want to make room for more lush easter products lol). 

 Anyways let us get on with the post, shall we?

Lushs Peachy Bath Bomb | Review
It looks cheeky don't you think? I just love the peach emoji design, its fab! It not only has a great peach design but its a good size too and has the design on both sides which is nice to see. 
Now since its a peach, I am not surprised by the key ingredients in this at all. The key ingredients are as follows; 'Fresh Peach Juice' 'Grapefruit Oil' 'Davana Oil' and 'Elemi Oil'

In the Bath
Since this is a huge bath bomb I decided to lower it into the bath slowly to see the full effect of it and my goodness I am so glad I did. It gently started fizzing away and it had stunning bath art when it started to melt exposing a stunning variety of colour including; pink, peach and green. It went a beautiful vibrant coral like shade once it completed melted which looks beautiful as it also has sparkles inside it too.

Unfortunately for me, that's where the compliments for this funky looking bath bomb ends. The smell for me is just not right and I really don't think the combination of smells goes nicely together, it doesn't smell fresh, smells rather like a rather chalky fake peach sweet. Now I know everyone opinion is different but for me, it wasn't up there with my favourites.

The bath water did feel nice so it wasn't all that bad. It helped moisturise my skin ready for my body moisturiser after my bath.
Lushs Peachy Bath Bomb | Review
Cruelty-free and Vegan-Friendly  🐰

List of ingredients
Sodium Bicarbonate Citric Acid Grapefruit Oil Davana Oil Elemi Oil Tagetes Oil Fresh Peach Juice Cream of Tartar Water (Aqua) Titanium Dioxide Sodium Coco Sulfate Propylene Glycol Dipropylene Glycol Cocamidopropyl Betaine Tin Oxide Synthetic Fluorphlogopite DRF Alcohol Geraniol *Limonene Perfume Colour 77491 Colour 15850:1 Colour 45410:1 Colour 15985:1 Colour 19140:1 Colour 45410 Colour 19140 Colour 42090:2
Lushs Peachy Bath Bomb | Review
As much as I loved the bath art with this bath bomb, the fragrance just wasn't for me at all, unfortunately. I won't be rushing back to lush to repurchase this that for sure unless the change the formula then maybe.

On the price point, I do think its worth it as it costs £3.95 and it is a HUGE bath bomb and the design is pretty fun. Now even though it is not my favourite I am sure a lot of people will like this.
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Lushs Peachy Bath Bomb | Review

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