1 February 2018

Inner Truth Bath Melt

In 2018, you would assume that humans have developed enough intelligence to accept each other for our differences, and not discriminate against others when things don't conform to what someone deems as the 'correct' way to live. Unfortunately, too many people are still being verbally, physically and mentally bullied by those who lack the compassion for equality.

In North America, the transgender community suffer from the highest level discrimination than anywhere else, and some of their basic human rights are being discarded and replaced with violence, intolerance and harassment. 100% of the proceeds made from the sale of Inner Truth Bath Melt is being donated to various causes that are working to advance the rights of transgender people across the globe - in the hope that education and funding can reinstate a freedom that shouldn't have been questioned and taken away to begin with. 

One of the biggest bath melts to date, this beautiful vibrant pink and blue heart is big enough to be split into at least two separate baths. However, this limited edition is simply too gorgeous to cut into two, and the whole purpose of the cause suggests that consumers should perhaps appreciate this as one lavish, united bathtime experience.  

What I loved about this bath melt was the smell. Containing a large dosage of orange oil, this wonderful heart-shaped release offers a sweet, fresh and very uplifting fruity smell. While I was expecting it to be a little stronger on the nose, the scent definitely intensifies a little in the bath water, and while it's quite a basic aroma overall, there is something rather soothing about the fragrance it offers. I actually quite enjoyed the subtle but present smell of this one, although it would probably be thwarted quite a lot if you were to include a bath bomb or bubble bar alongside it at the same time. 

Disappointingly, this bath melt is too heavy to stay on the surface by itself so it sinks as soon as you let it go. This isn't much of a problem for those wanting its scent and moisturising properties because these are still effective in the water. However, bloggers who wish to get the perfect shot and those who enjoy the theatrics of watching Lush products dissolve in the bath may be a little disheartened (pun intended) by the result.

Despite its size, Inner Truth is not as moisturising as many of the bath oils that the company offer. Instead, it works very similarly to the old Mmmelting Marshmallow Moment Bath Melt - in that it dissolves slowly, produces a creamy, milky consistency and softens the water without making it feel oily or greasy. 

What I loved about this bath melt was that it made my skin feel really smooth and well-pampered afterwards, and even helped to soften my hair a little as well. Furthermore, a gentle orange-eque smell lingered on my skin for a short while afterwards, even though I didn't think it was particularly strong to begin with in the bath.

Overall, this represents a great cause, looks incredibly beautiful and has a simple but very lovely smell to contend with. It left my skin feeling smooth and soft, and was the perfect remedy after survivng twelve hours of flying. I would love to get my hands on a few more of these and I hope they become a permanent feature in Lush stores across the globe.             

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Almond Oil, Limonene, Water, Bergamot Oil, Brazilian Orange Oil, Sweet Wild Orange Oil, Orris Root Powder, Propylene Glycol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Citral, Linalool, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 42090, Colour 42090:2, Colour 14700, Colour 17200. 

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £5.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

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