28 February 2019

Kappa Bath Bomb

There are times when I find that Lush can be really predictable; they go through phases with certain product types or scents, and you find yourself already knowing what a product is going to smell like even before you've had a chance to give it a sniff for yourself. Yet there are also times when the company completely blow your expectations out of the water, and produce something that leaves you wondering just what exactly inspired such a creation to come about. 

Kappa Bath Bomb is one of those love or hate products: one that will leave fans very divided as to whether it's a really great invention, or a really terrible concept. For a long while after I used this bath bomb for the first time, I found myself sitting on the fence, unable to decipher how exactly I was feeling about what I had just experienced. However, I believe that I have come to accept the fact that I think I actually enjoyed the experience of this bath bomb in my tub, although there is a small part of me that feels that I may change my mind at some point. 

As far as design goes, this Japan exclusive is super cute and beautifully decorated. Painted a vibrant blue, with a green crown around the top and two huge googly eyes embedded into the surface, Kappa no doubt draws a lot of attention when sitting on the shop floor. Yet, I can imagine a lot of people wouldn't go as far as putting one in their basket, if only for the fragrance it offers alongside this.

Given that the key ingredient is cucumber powder, you probably won't be surprised to here that the main sent that this bath bomb gives off is one of cucumber as well. Yet while there is something crisp, fresh and rather light about the smell - as you would expect from the vegetable itself - there is also an underlying note of oakmoss and lemon which adds a little something extra. 

To my nose, it almost smells like cucumber has been mixed with an alluring floral aroma. This adds a natural sweetness to the mix whilst also padding out the overall smell so it's not quite as two-dimensional as you would imagine. To be fair, there is something a little odd about the smell of this bath bomb, but I definitely wouldn't describe it as being anywhere near disgusting.

What is great about Kappa Bath Bomb is the colour that it turns the water. After fizzing away quite quickly - and unfortunately sinking to the bottom of the tub in my case - the water becomes a rich, turquoise colour, unlike anything I've seen another bath bomb produce. The colour is so beautiful to look at that the bath bomb is worth buying just for that alone. 

Also impressive is the fact that while the scent is not overpowering, it's strong enough to stay with you throughout the whole experience, even when you use other strong-smelling products alongside it. Furthermore, the aroma stays on your skin, and indeed the bathroom, for a good thirty minutes after you have towelled yourself down.

Ultimately, this bath bomb took me a while to warm to, but only because the smell is something that some consumers may need to adjust to first. It not only leaves your skin feeling super moisturised and baby-soft afterwards, but it refreshes your senses at the same time, which is especially good before a long day at work. 

I would definitely recommend that you give Kappa as least one chance to shine in your tub, before you write him off as being an odd sock. Even if you use another product alongside the bath bomb to cancel out the smell a little bit, you'l find that this brand new bomb can definitely hold its own in the bath, and will leave you wondering what strange new scents Lush may decide to release next.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Cucumber Powder, Cistus Oil, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Oakmoss Absolute, Water (Aqua), Dipropylene Glycol, Methyl 2-Octynoate, Perfume, Colour 42090, Colour 47005, Colour 19140, Candy Eyes.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £5.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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26 February 2019

Coco Sugar Scrub Body Scrub

Without digressing too much information, I somehow managed to pick up a virus of sorts whilst travelling around India, which not only only left my internal organs dealing with the aftermath for nearly a month after arriving back home, but also completely dried out my hair, skin and nails in the process. I had to carry out some serious pampering in order for my whole body back to where it was beforehand, especially my skin. 

When visiting most of the hot countries I've been to over the last two years, my skin has shown me as being rather sensitive to the change in heat, and I developed areas of dried skin; cracked heels; and many other ailments, even if I've taken every step of precaution to keep my skin protected. When I returned home from my latest adventure, my skin was in dire condition, even for me, and I needed some serious help to get it back to where it needed to be.

Coco Sugar Scrub was one of the first products I turned to. Not only did its playful design cheer me up a little when I saw how bad my skin was looking at that moment, but the wonderfully creamy coconut aroma told me that this seasonal special would be moisturising as well as exfoliating. And I was not wrong.   

Shaped like a bunny rabbit, this coconut scented Easter release seems at first like an expensive investment. For something that is primarily sugar, the £4.95 price tag seems a little excessive - especially given how quickly some of Lush's previous releases have perished in the shower. However, I can safely say that this scrub appears to be made of steel, as I have used it a good four to five times so far and it has barely shrunk in size at all.

Featuring a combination of vanilla absolute, vetivert oil and benzoin resinoid, this season scrub supposedly shares its scent with Lush's Curly Wurly Shampoo. I say supposedly only because while it is very similar indeed, there is something about the smell that is reminiscent of the Salted Coconut Hand Scrub as well, which is a different fragrance altogether.

Either way, what you get here is a warming, sweet and creamy scent, with elements of both coconut and vanilla as the key components. Alongside this, the vetivert adds a slightly woody undertone, which grounds the whole aroma and gives it a little more of a sophisticated vibe about it. While definitely not a favourite of mine, I did appreciate how very different this was to the cocoa scrub.

To use this, you simply need to glide Coco Sugar Scrub across the areas that you wish to exfoliate: doing so in a circular motion to rid the skin of excess dirt and debris. Doing this outside the running water from the shower will definitely prolong the number of uses that you can get out of this. As an extra piece of advice for you, I found that if I left the scrub to be exposed to air for a few weeks before using it, the sugar hardened even more and I was able to make this last even longer. Patience definitely pays off!

Once you have massaged it across you skin, you'll need to store this somewhere in between uses, as it does tend to make a sticky mess if simply left on the side. If you 're someone who doesn't like the idea of this, you could opt to cut the scrub into pieces and simply use a smaller piece every time you fancied a scrub. You could also crumble the sugar scrub into a pot and use it this way as well.

What was amazing about Coco Sugar Scrub, much like Cocoa Sugar Scrub as well, is that it's such a coarse scrub: one that you can really scratch your skin with without breaking. The inclusion of the aloe vera then helps to soothe and cool your skin as well, so your skin won't be left irritated or red.

After rinsing the product off of my skin, I found that I was able to detect a gentle musky chocolate smell afterwards, although this was thwarted very quickly after I applied my body lotion. What I will say though is that the results stayed with me for a long time afterwards, and I noticed a considerable improvement in the condition of the skin on my arms and legs after only a single use. 

As I left my Coco Sugar Scrub to 'sit' for a few weeks, as well as making a conscious effort not use it directly under the running water, I have been able to get a good ten to twelve full body massages out of it, and I could probably have got a few more if I'd tried. This makes the price tag of this Easter special far more understandable, and definitely good value for money. I will definitely be buying a few more of these before the season is out.

Quantitative Ingredients: Granulated Sugar, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar, Potato Starch, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Perfume, Vanilla Absolute, Vetivert Oil, Benzoin Resinoid, Coconut Flour, Titanium Dioxide, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, *Coumarin, Colour 45380:2.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £4.50 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

Scent Family:
Coco Sugar Scrub Body Scrub
Curly Curly Shampoo

25 February 2019

Fix Vegan Protein Shampoo

During the showcase last year, one of the products I was most drawn to was the 'hair marshmallows': a brand new invention that felt as light as a feather, yet claimed to have all of the ingredients needed to leave your hair looking and feeling superb. After managing to secure the majority of the ones available, it didn't take me very long to realise that Lush were true to their word: these odd-shaped blocks were the perfect remedy to my hard-to-please hair. 

After disappearing from the showcase in a matter of minutes, I assumed that this would be the last I would see of these bars. That was until a couple of months ago, when Lush released four completely different ones through the Lush Labs section of their website.

What I will start by saying is that there is definitely a difference in the consistency of these new designs. Although still as light as a feather, there is something a little more sturdy about both Fix, and the other three variations. After arriving home from the showcase, I was gutted to find nearly all of my marshmallows were in pieces, and it was a nightmare trying to store them between uses. However, these new editions need only be stored in a container and they wont leave a stain, or crumble as soon as the bar makes contact with water.

Out of the four new protein bars, Fix was definitely at the top of my list to try, despite the fact that it had been designed for those with lighter coloured hair - much like Daddy-O, which it appears to share its scent with. It would definitely be interesting to pair this up with the liquid shampoo, as I can imagine it would work wonders if the two were used in unison.

Smell wise, the inclusion of both the violet leaf absolute and rosewood oil gives Fix a naturally sweet violet aroma. A little grassy, yet naturally sweet at the same time, this limited edition is like a tame version of Kerbside Violet. There is something slightly warming and woody about the aroma; but equally there is also a delicate floral aroma that stops this from being overly strong or sickly.

To use, you simply need to wet your hair and then massage the whole bar across your head, very much like you would a bar of soap across your skin. Fix begins to lather up immediately and will coat your hair with a layer of thick, fragrant lather to massage across your head and scalp. You barely need to use this before you'll have enough to cover your hair in its entirety, so it's worth doing this out of the way of the running water so that you can preserve the product for longer.

Once on your hair, you can use your fingers to massage it around, as you would do a normal shampoo, before rinsing it out and using a conditioner as per normal. If, like me, you fancy stepping away from using conditioner for a while, this protein shampoo bar will leave your hair looking and feeling really clean and crisp to the touch. 

While not particularly moisturising, at least not to my hair, I did notice a huge improvement in my split ends after the first few times of using it. There was something about my hair that made it feel stronger, a more resilient, and this was most noticeable when I returned from being in India and found that this was the only shampoo bar that made a difference to my dried-out mess.

What was great about Fix was that the inclusion of the lemon juice really did both leave it feeling soft, and offered up a delicate shine to my hair, which I find really difficult to achieve with most products. Furthermore, I found that I barely had to use any of the protein bar to get the results that I wanted. This meant that a single block, while initially expensive, actually lasts many months - perhaps even a little longer than one of Lush's regular cylindrical shampoo bars.

Overall, I have thoroughly enjoyed using Fix Protein Shampoo and I am definitely glad that I stocked up on a few of these before they disappeared from the website. If these make their way into a store near you, I would highly suggest that you pick up a sample and experience it for yourself: it's a great way to restore and replenish your hair in a new and exciting way.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Coco Sulfate, Glyceryl Stearate, Aquafaba, Roman Chamomile Flower Extract, Marigold Flower Extract, Propylene Glycol, Water (Aqua), Ethyl Macadamiate, Perfume, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Arginine HCL, Leucine, Fresh Organic Lemon Juice, Guar Gum, Rosewood Oil, Violet Leaf Absolute, Ylang Ylang Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Cetrimonium Chloride, Behentrimonium chloride, Alpha-Isomethyl, Ionone, *Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, Geraniol, *Linalool, Colour 60725.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £15.95 for 250g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

24 February 2019

Floating Flower Bath Bomb

It was during my first ever Valentine's Day release that Lush brought out the original Floating Flower Bath Bomb. This was the year of vibrant pink for the company, and this particular bath bomb was no exception: a vivid flower-shaped ballistic with layers of pink, orange and green. While not my favourite by far, it was definitely a factor that kept me interested in Lush after this point, and I was glad to see it re-released a few years later in the Lush Kitchen. 

Fast forward to 2019 and Lush chose to bring out another bath bomb called Floating Flower. With absolutely nothing in common to the original release, this latest addition is far more subtly beautiful to look at, and the fragrance is perhaps one of the greatest, not delicate floral aromas that the company have produced in years. 

Containing fresh chrysanthemum as the main ingredient, this limited edition Mother's Day bath bomb offers a gentle but very prominent floral aroma. If you're looking for something natural smelling, and something so naturally sweet that it brings tears to your eyes, this is definitely the one for you. Alongside this, the inclusion of lavender oil adds a beautiful herbal layer underneath, that just helps to thicken out the natural smell of the flowers. 

I'll be honest and say that I couldn't really tell you why this bath bomb made such an impression on me: it's not as if I am a huge fan of floral smells. Yet, there is something so natural life-like about the aroma of Floating Flower, that I couldn't help but fall in love with everything that it had to offer me.

In the water, the bath bomb sends gorgeous rivers of pastel blue across the surface, while the cocoa butter decoration on top delivers an extra boost of moisture to indulge your skin with. You only have to bathe in the water for a matter of minutes to feel the difference this latter component makes to your body, and my skin felt super moisturised and nourished afterwards.

Once fully dissolved, the smell lingers in and around the tub: offering gentle waves of fragrance every time you move around in the water. The scent is definitely not what I would call potent by any means. However, it is strong enough that you'll be able to detect it on your skin, and around your bathroom, for a good hour or so afterwards.

There is something rather old-fashioned about the scent of this: something that makes you think of the little old lady that lives down the street from you. Yet there is also something so light and refreshing that makes it a very modern-smelling bath bomb as well. 

Ultimately, Floating Flower wasn't a bath bomb that I was expecting to like, and yet I ended up falling in love with it very much. This would definitely fair well being released as a regular bath bomb, as the appeal of the aroma would make it a popular seller for certain. I can only hope that it makes a reappearance again, as I would love to buy a few more to enjoy in the warmer months. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Titanium Dioxide, Laureth 4, Fresh Chrysanthemum, Lavender Oil, Almond essential oil, Almond Oil, Water (Aqua), Dipropylene Glycol, Perfume, Colour 42090.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £5.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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23 February 2019

Hair Necessities Liquid Conditioner

Ever since I started buying from Lush, I have always maintained that they've never offered much in the way of conditioners for vegan customers. While it took me over two years to work my way through their range of solid and liquid shampoos, I was finished with their conditioners within the first few months, and I've always strayed to other companies because there was nothing that supported my hair over a long period of time. 

For this reason, you can imagine my excitement when a selection of brand new colourful bottles appeared online during last month's Lush Labs release: Five brand new, all-vegan conditioners for me to try and convince me that I could finally move back to Lush for almost everything cosmetic-wise.

Unfortunately, I picked Hair Necessities as my first choice, and I'll be honest and say that I have been rather disappointed with the results of my hair so far. That's not to say that what I have found using this over the last two weeks, is a good representation of what will happen to everybody's hair. However, my experience using this was not what I'd hope it would be.

Firstly, the smell of this conditioner is very sickly, and there were times when I wasn't always in the mood to use something so potent in the shower. Featuring maple syrup and sweet potato as two of the main ingredients, the smell you get from the bottle is probably very close to how you'd imagine it would be.

Super sweet and rather sultry, there is something rather foody about this smell, yet the inclusion of the jasmine absolute adds a floral layer that makes the fragrance of this rather odd. Customers have compared it to the likes of Butterball and Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful. However, I would describe it as being closer in scent to the likes of the Snowcake family, if the Benzoin Resinoid decided to take over the world and triple in scent.

Luckily, the scent of this does dampen down once you've applied it to the hair, and the smell you get after you've rinsed it from your locks is far nicer and a little more tame. As my latter statement suggests, the aroma of this does linger on your hair for many hours after you've used Hair Necessities, which is great for those who enjoy the conditioner.

Apart from the smell, this limited edition is supposed to work well with those who have rather weak, dry, thin hair; or a combination of the three; and are looking for something extra special to thicken and strengthen the hair; add shine and moisture back into your locks; and help to prevent split ends from reoccurring or getting any worse.

As someone who has rather thin, brittle and weak hair, Hare Necessities sounded like a dream. Unfortunately, after using this every other day for about two to three weeks, I found that my hair appeared even drier than before, and my ends didn't improve at all when it came to how brittle they felt beforehand. 

Having recently began to use another conditioner before this one, I had noticed that my hair was beginning to feel softer and smoother to the touch. It was also beginning to look slightly more voluminous, although it was in the early stages of doing so. After using Hair Necessities for only a matter of days, this softness and shine disappeared, and my hair looked and felt limp. I was no longer able to wear my hair down without the 'frizz' taking over: the impact that I noticed was hugely disappointing, and two weeks after beginning to use this Lush Labs release, I had to stop and try something else. 

Ultimately, everybody's hair is going to react differently to the products released from Lush, and I certainly wouldn't want anyone to be put off buying a product when it could work wonders for them. Unfortunately, Hare Necessities just didn't work for me at all, and I would hate for anybody's else hair to appear as lifeless as mine did - especially as I had worked so long to get mine to be where I wanted it to be. 

While the smell lasts a long time, and the sentiments behind the ingredients are promising to read, this limited edition just didn't work for my hair type. Perhaps used alongside another, more powerful conditioner, this may have merits for those looking for something a little less intense on the hair from time to time. But as a regular conditioner, I cannot imagine this supporting the hair over a longer period of time.

Quantitative Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Maple Syrup, Sweet Potato Puree, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ethyl Macadamiate, Propylene, Glycol, Perfume, Behentrimonium chloride, Almond Oil, Hydrolyzed Wheat Gluten, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Cassie Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Cetrimonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £8.95 for 100g, £17.95 for 250g, £29.95 for 500g, £50.95 for 1kg.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

22 February 2019

Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb

Back in 2016, Lush released a bombshell that was set to leave a lasting impression on the community: the Rose Bombshell Bath Bomb. Scented with the Ro Argan family, this limited edition Mother's Day exclusive was not only beautiful in smell, but the design and way it functioned in the bath was also mesmerising to watch. 

Forward to 2019 and the company have chosen to release the bath bomb once again, but this time in the form of an extra large egg: packed full of coarse sea salt to give you an even more softening and skin-nourishing experience. If you're looking for a bath bomb that will give you an amazing experience from beginning to end, this may be the one you want to invest in.

As I mentioned above, Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb offers the same scent as every other product in the Ro's Argan fragrance family. This new design, which is featured as part of the Mother's Day range, is a potent and very powdery floral aroma - one dominated by a dry but naturally sweet rose fragrance. Alongside this is geranium, which helps to elevate and expand the overall floral smell and offer its own blend of floral sweetness as well.

Alongside this, the inclusion of the lemon oil adds a very delicate note of lemon to the mix as well, which gives Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb a wonderful combination of rose and fruity lemon. While far more powdery than the likes of Rose Jam Shower Gel or Ro's Argan Gourmet Soap, this bath bomb still has the elements of these products that give it a slight 'jam-like' smell overall.

Although the aforementioned bath bomb was great for its simplicity, and very effective at softening the water and offering you a very moisturising experience, this latest update brings about a very visually pleasing and all-rounded better experience by far.

As soon as this Egg hits the water, both pieces begin to froth and fizz, sending out thick waves of pink and white froth across the surface of the water. Within seconds, the whole tub is full of bubbly, colourful, and certainly very fragrant froth that not only paints the water a beautiful pastel pink colour, but leaves a lasting impression on your nose. If you're looking for a bath bomb that'll stink out your entire bathroom, this one may be your best pick. 

After a good few minutes of bubbly and frothing, the bath bomb dissolves to leave a thick, creamy blanket on the surface, and water that is so moisturising that you begin to notice how wonderful your skin feels after only being in the tub for a matter of seconds. 

In the middle of the Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb you'll find a generous helping of coarse sea salt and a handful of beautiful dried red rose petals. Once the bath bomb has dissolved, the salt gets to work at clearing out your pores and infusion your skin with essential minerals; while the rose petals paint the surface and add a little extra special twist to the overall experience.

What I will say is that this limited edition can definitely hold itself across two separate baths, so the price tag seems slightly less intimidating if you split it in two. The amount of salt you get will easily give you two quality baths from the product. Having said this, you may need to watch out where you store the product as the salt is easily spilled, and petals tend to wither a little when left exposed to the air. 

However, Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb offers an incredible bath of colour, moisture and fragrance, and you'll be able to smell and feel this on your skin afterwards, and for many hours later. Fans of this scent family will revel in this latest release for sure, and those that enjoyed using last year's Rose Bombshell Bath Bomb will no doubt appreciate the little upgrade that it has received this year.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Coarse Sea Salt, Soybean Flour, Titanium Dioxide, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Geranium Oil, Rose Absolute, Rose Oil, Dried Red Rose Petals, Water (Aqua), Propylene Glycol, Dipropylene Glycol, Citronellol, Coumarin, Geraniol, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 14700, Colour 17200.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £12.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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17 February 2019

Stegosaurus FUN Egg Bath Bomb

I've said this in the past when Lush have released dinosaur-inspired goodies during the Easter season, that there is something rather tongue-in-cheek about the company linking the prehistoric creature to the Christian religion. Rather purposely or not, there is something in most people that inspires an interest of some kind in these fascinating creatures.

When I heard that I was going to be given an opportunity to bathe in the bath tub with a Stegosaurus, the child in me did a little leap for joy, and the adult in me envisaged what ten year old me might have said had I been given the chance of using this after seeing Jurassic Park for the first time. Yes I was perhaps far younger than I should been when seeing this movie initially but my interest in dinosaurs has never left me.

As with the three other FUN Egg Bath Bombs from this year's Easter range, Stegosaurus FUN Egg is easily my favourite variation of the duo-colour combinations. Sporting a pink and purple design, this one shares its scent with the Brontosaurus FUN Egg as well: the only difference being the piece of dinosaur-shaped FUN featured inside.

One half a pastel purple; the other a pastel pink, this limited edition Easter bath bomb is aesthetically delightful, and super fun for adults and children alike. While the Stegosaurus was never my favourite dinosaur (I was much more a raptor and T-Rex girl!), I think that the design is well executed, and works super well in the tub.

Aside from the egg itself, this bath bomb comes with a blue dinosaur-shaped piece of FUN in the middle, which you can remove and use in replacement of your usual shower gel or jelly; or you can crumble under the running water at the start of your bath and create a mound of fragrant bubbles to enjoy alongside this seasonal special bomb.

What is great about this limited edition is that it's very easy to use this across two baths, as each half works beautifully by itself, and creates a good solid colour in the water. The FUN Bar is also enjoy to use across multiple baths, so this too can be halved with ease. While the initial price tag may deter some consumers from trying this one out, when used across two baths, the cost doesn't seem as excessive.

This particular egg contains a combination of grapefruit and bergamot, so the scent I detected was an uplifting, fruity fragrance, with a subtle grassy note underneath. Strangely, I found that the piece of FUN was actually stronger in scent than the bath bomb, and this heeded an almost earthy, floral note that I recognised as something else, but couldn't put my finger on what it was. 

Lush describe this as being peach, strawberry and violet-scented, but I do feel as if this may be a little misleading, given what I experienced. I wouldn't say that this bath bomb was as fruity as this description suggests, although it is definitely lovely. Instead I would describe this as being quite a grounded, and slightly musky, sugary-sweet aroma. The violet element is certainly more prominent in the piece of FUN, which is perhaps why I was able to detect the grassy notes a lot more. However, the bath bomb itself didn't display much in the way of violet, so consumers who dislike fragrances with this component would probably still enjoy this release.

What was impressive was how Stegosaurus FUN Egg performed in the tub. Fizzing immediately upon contact with the water, this Easter special coated the entire surface with a gorgeous display of purple and pink, settling down to offer a stunning shade of pastel purple to enjoy throughout the bath. Furthermore, I almost jumped out of my skin when the popping candy began its theatrical cracking whilst the bath was dissolving. These sound effects carried on long after the bomb had fully dissolved, and just added a little extra bonus to the whole experience. 

As if this wasn't enough, the inclusion of the almond oil meant that the bath bomb turned the water into a haven of creaminess that moisturised my body within minutes of settling into the water. While in no way oily or greasy, you can definitely feel the difference between the water that this bath bomb creates, and that of a regular bath bomb.

While I wasn't really able to smell much of this bath bomb on my body afterwards, my skin felt silky smooth and super moisturised. Having said that,  the FUN bar itself did leave a wonderful smell that I was able to detect almost two hours later, so that more than made up for it. Furthermore, I didn't need to lather up with a body lotion to nourish my skin, and the faint sheen that I noticed on my legs after my bath carried on giving throughout the most part of the day. 

Despite its price tag, Stegosaurus FUN Egg offers you everything you could possibly want in a bath bomb: a visual display; sound effects; beautiful colours; multiple uses and versatility; and wonderful moisturising qualities - not to mention the cute little added bonus of a dinosaur-shaped piece of FUN to set your inner (and outer) child ablaze. This one just has to come back again next year!

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Cornflour, Talc, Popping Candy, Glycerine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Titanium Dioxide, Grapefruit Oil, Bergamot Oil, Almond essential oil, Water (Aqua), Gardenia Extract, Dipropylene Glycol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 77007, Colour 77742, Colour 42090, Colour 45410, Candy Eye.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £8.50 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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