Bewitched Bubble Bar – Lush Review

Halloween is one of my favourite times of year, I love all the decorations the sweet treats and dressing up in fun outfits. I also love it because of all the fabulous products that Lush release for Halloween.

This year (2017) Lush have released the wonderfully cute Bewitched Bubble Bar. This bubble bar is quite small in size (at a push you would be able to get two baths out of this product), but is shaped like the face of a black cat which is perfect for a Halloween themed product.

If you are a fan of Lush you will recognise the scent of this bubble bar to be the same as the much loved Blackberry bath bomb. The scent is very sweet and fruity and almost has a slight bubble gum element to it. If your a fan of sweet products such as Snow Fairy you are defiantly going to love the Bewitched Bubble Bar.

I snapped my bubble bar in half to use and found it very easy to crumble under the running water. It instantly turned the water a deep spooky black coloured. The bubble bar didn’t create a vast amount of bubbles but this may have been as I only used half. I was pleasantly pleased however to find the scent really came to life with the warm water and the bathroom was filled with its sweet fruity scent.

Overall I really liked the Bewitched Bubble Bar, the scent is gorgeous and I absolutely love it’s cute Halloween theme.

To watch my video about the 2017 Christmas range click here.

SCENT: 5/5




PRICE: £4.25 (2017 price)

INGREDIENTS: Sodium bicarbonate, cream of tartar, sodium laureth sulfate, lauryl betaine, cornflour, perfume, bergamot oil, olibanum oil, titanium dioxide, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, limonene, linalool, hexyl cinnamal, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Tin Oxide, colour 77266, colour 77491, colour 47005

Please contact lush for a full, accurate and upto date ingredients list.


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