I’ve had this bath bomb since it came out near christmas, but I never got round to using it untill the other day. I was a little put off by the smelll of this bath bomb, which I will come to later, and the colours aren’t all that pretty to me. But boy was I wrong to judge this bath bomb on its looks and initial smell. I’m learning more and more as I get into Lush that things end up chnaging and developing in the bath water, or in the shower, and I need to be more open to smells and things I think that I might not like.
Lets start with the smell of this bath bomb, it smells very floral, like Jasmine. Which is something that I honestly don’t like. I have never liked floral smells unless its been something like lavender which is about the only floral smell I can deal with. I think this bath bomb shares its smell with the Silky Underwear range at Lush, though I could be wrong about that.
The colours of this bath bomb are light green and a pinkish colour with some white on the outside. These colours combine with the colours in the centre to create bath water which is dark purple. I think the centre of this bath bomb was a more dark pink to purple colour.
I can’t really say much about this bath bomb other than it was released at Christmas time, it smells like Jasmine and other floral elements. The colours are wonderful, and complement each other really well, and create beautiful coloured bath water. I probably wouldn’t buy this again if it came out this year as the smell just isn’t for me, even though it does smell nice, but it took me a long time to accept the smell before I used it.