Every year Lush bring out their seasonal favourites and this year I was lucky enough to receive two of them from my sister , one of which is this amazing Golden wonder bath bomb.
I know some of you may have already seen these but for me it was something totally new considering I have never actually used any product from this brand , although many of you tell me to give them a try.
I know its ludicrous, like what beauty blogger has not bought tons of their products already? Well me!
I will explain to you why that is.
I absolutely love bath products, especially when it comes to gorgeous oils , soaps and bombs but when I decided to walk into the first store I had ever come close to last September , I simply got a headache from the multiple scents and I frankly could not bring myself to stay and buy something .
To be honest it must have been an earthy day as everything I looked at or touched had wooden, musky, soilish and herbal scents to them.
To me , this is not what I had expected and so I walked out empty handed and a little disappointed.
I had seen so many people share their reviews on the products that I was hoping to see some amazing colourful and beautifully scented bath bombs especially and in honest truth I ran out without looking because the aroma of the place put me of.
Fortunately for me though, my sister sent me this lovely surprise after she realised she wasnt a fan of bath bombs after all and of course I was not going to refuse.
Not been an overly used spender of Bath bombs , I always suspect that bath bombs are small and round and this gorgeous golden present shaped surprise is the absolute opposite .
It is big and square with a shimmering golden dust over it with a lovely white bow on the top.
This gorgeous gift shaped bath bomb has a spectacular wonder of colours and scents and right as you shake it in your hands you can hear there is a little extra special surprise in the middle of that fizzing delight.
I do not want to spoil the fun yet but I will tell you that It’s filled with sweet orange, lime, and cognac oils along with gardenia extract which enhances the senses and has you gasping with excitement.
I originally brought this out last night because I had been struggling with an aching pain in my leg which was caused by poor circulation and this bath bomb was aimed to aid circulation .
What Lush Say about their product -
''A pass the parcel gift –
Each layer has something different to offer.
This is not for a quick bath because it takes its time, this bath bomb.
Its layers of golden lustre, dazzling colours and soluble gold stars are a wonder to behold.'
I felt incredibly greedy last night and although this could have given me two baths of loveliness, I simply wanted to bath in all its glory and see it do its amazing magic in my tub as it was made to do so.
So lets add this baby to the water and watch its progress!
What surprises me the most is that this huge fizz bomb of fun actually only costs less than £4 and to me it is a little under priced for what you get although Ii am not complaining.
That really does say a lot coming from someone who hates spending lots of money.
As soon as the bath bomb is placed into the water, it immediately releases the most amazing aroma of citrus orange .
The bath begins to sparkle as the golden lustre releases from the solid block which then turns into a whirling bubble mass which then makes its way around the tub leaving a mermaid effect as the colours burst out of the centre .
Sliding gently into the water, I find myself embellished in a thick feeling liquid that is silky and smooth on the skin.
My skin feels amazing and the oils nourish my body instantly , I simply did not want to get out of the bath , I felt at ease and so relaxed .
So I do not usually enjoy bath bombs , but wow is this baby now going to be making it to my every Christmas list from now on, what a treat, what a surprise and what an amazing experience it left me with .
You can see more products on their Lush.co.uk online store
Is it bad I want Christmas to come already so I can buy some more, what do you think ?