Crazy Train Bath Bomb – Lush Review

I always seem to love the Lush Father’s Day releases. Although the Father’s Day Range always tends to be quite small there is always some super products in the range.

The Crazy train is my favourite designed bath bomb out of this years Range! The bath bomb is shaped like a tiny little train and boasts a brilliant colour range of blue and pink. I always like a bath bomb that looks a little different to the norm and crazy train is just perfect.

The scent of this bath bomb is also wonderfully containing neroli,orange flower and vetivert is a has a smoky, uplifting orange scent that is very comforting. I am a huge fan of scents that are a little more smoky and earthy and this is definitely one of my favourite scents.

Once in the water the Crazy train bath bomb is a lovely slow fizzer, as it bobs across the surface of the water it creates a bright blue foam with swirls accross the surface of the water. As the bath bomb continues to fizz a stunning bright pink is added to the mix creating some beautiful bath art.

Hidden in the funnel of the Crazy train is a tiny scroll of paper which you can add you own personal message, which will be reavealed as the bath bomb dissolved.

Overall I am a huge fan of this bath bomb, the design is so unique and the scent is beautiful. This is a great bath bomb not just for dads but for everyone!


PRICE: £5.50 (2019 price)


INGREDIENTS: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, neroli oil, orange flower absolute, Sicilian red mandarin oil, vetivert oil, water, cream of tartar, titanium dioxide, sodium coco sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, synthetic fluorphlogopite, dipropylene glycol, tin oxide, benzyl alcohol, citral, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool, colour 14700, colour 42090, colour 17200, colour 77491, colour 15850:1, colour 59040

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


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