Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb – Lush Review

This Easter Lush have released the most beautiful, luxurious and romantic bath bomb I have ever tried, it is also possibly the largest bath bomb I have ever seen from Lush before.

The majority of the years Easter bath bombs come in the form of an Easter egg design. They are also very large in size and rather expensive. The Rose Bombshell egg is the most expensive in the range coming in at a massive £12.95!!!!!!!

The design of the Rose Bombshell Egg is brilliant and I love that it really is an extra special bath bomb. I’m just not sure if it really is worth the massive price tag.

Sharing its scent with the much loved Rose Bombshell Bath Bomb that has made an appearance in several Valentine’s Day ranges. This Egg has a gorgeous romantic floral rose scent. I’m not usually a huge rose or floral fan but I just adore this scent. The aroma is very sophisticated and fresh!

This giant egg bath bomb is made up of two halves which means you can get two bath out of this product and is held together (very poorly, be careful your filling doesn’t fall out) by a raffia bow. Inside the two halves is a filling of sea salt and rose petals which really is wonderful. I do however feel that maybe this idea would have been better suited for a Valentine’s Day product.

Due to the large size I decide I would only use one half for my bath, also because I couldn’t bring myself to use a £12.95 bath bomb all in one go. The one half however was more than enough for me and you could easily have broken this in half again. Once in the water the Rose Bombshell egg fizzed away creating a gorgeous baby pink foam which completely covered my bath. I then used the entire filling (again you could easily save half of this for another bath) scattering it across my bath.

The cleansing sea salt makes the bath time very relaxing and added a spa like scent to the bath bomb and the beautiful rose petal just created a stunning romantic bathing experience. What I loved the most about the Rose Bombshell egg was the milky texture of the water which felt super luxurious and softening on the skin. The scent was extremely strong from just using one half and lasted my entire bath. I was even able to pick up on the scent on my skin for the rest of the evening.

Overall although I feel this bath bomb is very very expensive it really is beautiful and very luxurious. If you wanted to treat a loved one this Easter or an extra special treat for yourself this is defiantly the product.

RATING: 5/5

PRICE: £12.95 (2019 price)

INGREDIENTS: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, coarse sea salt, soybean flour, titanium dioxide, Sicilian lemon oil, geranium oil, rose absolute, rose oil, dried red rose petals, water, propylene glycol, dipropylene glycol, citronellal, coumarin, geraniol, limonene, perfume, colour 45410, colour 14700, colour 17200

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

www.lush.com

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