Roller Bath Bomb Oxford Street Exclusive

I never thought I would ever get round to using my Roller bath bomb which was so very precious to me, but I did just the other night and my god it was amazing.

Lets set things off with how this bath bomb looks. The top of the bomb is a melt which is purple in colour, sometimes dark purple and sometimes lighter purple it depends on which batch and how fresh the Roller is, as fresher Rollers tend to have a more vibrant colour melt. The bottom half of the bath bomb is a simple white colour, nothing fancy. The inside of the bomb is blue and pink in colour which combine to create purple.

When you first put this bath bomb into the water the while bottom part starts to foam, creating a thick white foam. once you let go the top melt part of the bomb bobs under the water as it is heavy. If you let go of a Roller right it will spin in the water but I couldn’t get mine to do that which was a shame, but I will try with my other melt top bath bombs (Never Mind the Balistics and Over And Over). After the water gets to the inside of the bomb the pink and blue colour starts to come out into the white foam and creates swirls of colour on the surface of the water.

After the bomb has completely dissolved the water is a lovely light purple colour, which is ever so slightly cloudy in colour too. The water is very soft because of the melt on top of the bath bomb which means the bath bomb makes the water very nourishing to the skin so you don’t have to use a lotion after your bath.

You skin will be left with a light strawberry smell which is very soft and light. The smell also fills the bathroom and the entire top half of my house and right down to the bottom of the stairs which I found very surprising considering that the smell of Roller isn’t all that heavy.

This was one of the best baths that I have had in recent days and honestly I love Roller so much, I wish I could get some more. Next time they come into stock online I’ll try and get some because honestly Roller is one of the nicest bath bombs I have ever used.

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Scrubee Body Butter Mothers Day 2017

Another review for you all, my first impressions and review on Scrubee Body Butter. This was brought out as part of the Mother’s Day range 2017 and stuck around until Easter.

Scrubee shares its scent with the Honey I Washed the Kids range, which includes a perfume, soap, shower gel, bubble bar, body scrub, reusable bubble bar and more. The Honey I Washed the Kids scent family if toffee and caramel scented. Scubee has that toffee smell but also has a hint of white chocolate in there too.

To use Scrubee you should wet your skin under the running water of the shower or in the bath then rub the Scrubee bar over your skin like you would do with a bar of soap, or a massage bar. Then I left the residue of the butter on my skin for a little while like you leave your conditioner on for a minute or two, then wash off the residue. When you wash it off you will see that the water will bead on your skin, like as if there is a waterproof layer on your skin, after a few rubs this will come off a little bit but not fully. However this doesn’t make you skin feel horrible or anything, it makes your skin feel really soft after you have dried off your skin when you get out of the bath or shower.

At first I didn’t like the feeling of the reside on my skin after I had used this body butter, although my skin did feel super soft after getting dry. The smell from Scrubee filled the entire upstairs of the house and to half way down the stairs too which I was very surprised at. The scent lasted on the sin for a good while too and my skin still feels soft now although I haven’t used my Scrubee for a few days now.

There is ground up coconut shell in the dark stripes of Scrubee which help to remove dead skin and the honey in the bar allows for nourishment of the skin. You can choose to use just the butter side or the scrub side of this bar, though after I had used it on just my arms and legs there was a rather large dent in my bar so a whole one wouldn’t last very long if you were going to use it every day.

Overall this product is really nice, and it is a shame that it is limited edition, I would love to see this become part of a permanent range at Lush. Hopefully they may bring it back next year or at another point this year, or even put it in the Lush Kitchen so people could stock up on them.

 

Lush Orders

Hey guys so I said that I would post about my recent Lush orders that were waiting for my at home when I got back from university. I had both a Valentine’s Day and an Easter/Mother’s Day order waiting for me

So from the Valentine’s Day Range of 2017 I purchased:

  • Cupid Bath Bomb
  • Ladybird Bubble Bar
  • Lovestruck Bubble Bar
  • Over and Over Bath Bomb
  • Unicorn Horn Bubble Bar
  • Two Hearts Beating As One Bath Melt
  • Prince Charmin Shower Cream
  • Kiss Me Quick Wash Card

And I already owned from the range

  • Lover Lamp Bath Bomb
  • Roller Bath Bomb

Everything else from the bath range I didn’t get as they were all rose scented which I don’t like. I also didn’t get the lip gloss or scrub as I already have a lip scrub I love, there was no point in me getting the gift sets as they contained the rose products which I don’t like, and Love Spell Massage Bar I didn’t buy as it is also rose scented.

Mother’s Day Order:

This is also the first year that I have used anything from the Mother’s Day range because last year I bought my mum a bottle of Yummy Mummy thinking that there would be some left that I could steal but she used it all.

  • Mum Bath Bomb
  • Ups-A-Daisy Bath Bomb
  • Baa Bar Bubble Bar
  • Elsie The Giraffe (You’re Havin’ A Bath) Reusable Bubble Bar
  • Ladybird Bubble Bar
  • Your Mother Should Know Bubble Bar
  • Pink Custard Shower Jelly
  • Scrubee Body Butter
  • Yummy Mummy Shower Cream

There were some issues with Baa Bar Bubble bar as the first one that I received was mouldy and I had to send it back but I managed to get a replacement very quickly. A lot of people have been reporting that their Baa Bar’s have been mouldy, but Lush are really good and were willing to replace the once that I have.

I bought Mum Bath Bomb in both colours that are available even though they are the same bath bomb just in different colours. They are very small I thought that they would be bigger than they are.

And I never managed to get a Mother Earth Bath Bomb as they were always out of stock on the website and the only other place there were available was Oxford Street.

Easter Order:

This came along with my Mother’s Day order, this is the first time I’ve used things from the Easter range at Lush and also some of the things from this list were bought for me as gifts for my birthday.

  • Chick ‘N’ Mix Bath Bomb
  • Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt
  • Which Came First?
  • Bunch of Carrots Reusable Bubble Bar
  • Chocolate Easter Egg Soap
  • Wash Behind Your Ears Shower Gel
  • Flopsy Face Wash Jelly
  • Carrot Gift Set

Chick ‘N’ Mix is a three in one bath bomb the same as which Came First, Carrot gift set contains Chick ‘N’ Mix bath bomb, Golden Egg bath bomb melt and a Carrot reusable bubble bar. I got the Carrot Gift Set, and Chocolate Easter Egg soap for my birthday along with another Ladybird Bubble Bar.

I’m planning on doing a review of the Carrot Gift Set sort of like an unboxing of the set with pictures and descriptions of the items and sort of my first impressions of the items before I use them in the bath, if that makes any sense at all.

I’m very excited to use all of these products and get reviews up of them for you, I’m also excited to get photos of them all when I gt the chance I may even use my good camera to get the pictures for my blog, though I wish I’d photographed them before I bagged them all up and put them away. I’ll do it when I sort my stash and change up my Lush storage as I have run out of space in my bedroom for it all, whoops.