29 January 2019

Bunny Bomb Bomb Bath Bomb

Last Christmas, three brand new bath bombs made an appearance that caused a bit of a stir amongst the community when they first arrived. Snowman, Princess and Santa Bomb Bombs caused a mild annoyance for some fans, because of the fact that the novelty 'two bath bomb design' meant that the only way you could try these three limited editions out, was if you paid the hefty £9.95 for the privilege of doing so. While many consumers often buy multiples of their favourite seasonal releases, those who have a tight budget were unable to justify spending so much on a bath bomb that they may not particularly enjoy twice.

This year's Easter range sees two more of these concepts being unleashed into the world, which suggest that perhaps the aforementioned three Christmas ones didn't sell too badly after all. Bunny Bomb Bomb is a brand new 'double' bath bomb that has, as the name clearly reveals, been shaped into a bright pink rabbit, with a couple of candy eyes to bring it to life. While not the cutest bunny I have ever come across, animal fans will no doubt love the chance to bathe with, what I would describe as being, a fragrant Roger Rabbit.

Sharing its scent with the Honey I Washed The Kids range, this bath bomb is definitely a sweet and decadent addition to your bath tub. Offering a warm, rounded note of honey, wrapped in a bouquet of orange oil, Bunny Bomb Bomb smells like something you'd want to eat. Alongside this, it has an almost toffee-like note to it, as well as there being a delicate musky scent that finishes it off.  

Although the HIWTK fragrance is noticeably a little more subtle in this format, the recognised key notes that make this scent family so special are definitely still there, and fans of other products with the same smell will no doubt appreciate this release very much. In fact, while one of my favourite bath bombs, I have sometimes found the aroma of Shoot For The Stars to be a little too overwhelming for my liking, so this offers me the same experience but at a more delicate level. 

As it comes in two pieces, it's recommended that you use each bath bomb in a separate bath, especially if you're trying to conserve your Lush products. Each bomb will offer you a wonderful display of pink in the bath tub, and the HIWTK scent will linger in and around your bathroom for the most part of the bath. What's also awesome about this bath bomb is that the fragrance stays on your skin and your hair, long after you towel yourself down.

In the bath, Bunny Bomb Bomb is a very fast fizzer - turning your water into a haven of pastel pink within a matter of seconds. The fact that this limited edition also contains a shed load of popping candy also means that a gentle soundtrack of crackling accompanies you throughout your experience. I found that this helped me to feel more relaxed, and I appreciated the little extra touch that Lush went to with this one. 

While the bombs tended to sink fairly quickly, in my experience, the fragrance and silky soft water meant that I left the bath feeling and smelling simply wonderful afterwards. My hands and face felt like velvet, and the rest of my body looked far healthier than it had done so beforehand. Although I'd have perhaps preferred the choice of buying a single bomb, this seasonal special is definitely a great choice for those who want to top up their Honey I Washed The Kids collection.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Popping Candy, Titanium Dioxide, Bergamot Oil, Ho Wood Oil, Brazilian Orange Oil, Water (Aqua), Dipropylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, Citronellol, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 14700, Colour 17200, Candy Eye.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £9.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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