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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Review | Lush Northern Lights Bath Bomb

What They Say | "Escape into relaxation with this bath bomb that gives an impressive display no matter where you are in the world. As the ends fizz away, the middle slowly dissolves to reveal blue and neon green, turning your water into a calming jasmine and ylang ylang-scented swirling night sky scattered with stars."
What I Say | Wow, just look at those amazing pictures of the bath bomb in action. Doesn't it look so pretty.
The Northern Lights Bath Bomb is part of Lush's Bonfire night range and as soon as I saw a little clip of this beauty in action, I knew I had to have it.
The bath bomb is a lovely purple and it's initial colour when it hit the water was purple but then, out of no where there was yellow, blue and pink. This was such a fun bath bomb to watch as it fizzed and swirled around my bath tub.
I'm rubbish at describing scents (and I'll probably say this in every Lush review) but it smells so nice. Such a sweet but fresh scent that lingered on my skin and in the bathroom for a good time after.
I would definitely recommend picking up one of these before they sell out and I also think this would be such an exciting bath time for a child.
Where To Buy | Lush
Price | £3.50
Rating | 8/10

Have you tried Northern Lights?

Emily x 

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  1. This looks amazing - did you manage to get two baths out of it?

    Rachel | Beauty & The Bird

  2. This looks so pretty! I'm definitely picking one up when I go home for Christmas and have access to a bath :) xx


  3. That's so pretty!

  4. This looks amazing! I need to get my hands on this! x

  5. Your photo's are great, I just posted my review too. Seriously one of my favourites. Have you tried Sparkler yet? Lucy | LucyyWrites

    1. Thankyou! I haven't tried Sparkler yet, but I reckon I'm too late now?! x

  6. I've been using fizzy things similar to this but without the coloring in my bath.The whole reason I like them is because they sit on the bottom of the tub and the bubbles are relaxing when they hit your skin.Can you do that with the Lush bath bombs as well?Are you supposed to let them dissolve before you get in the bath?


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