Flower Power Bath Bomb – Lush Review

Flower Power is a bath bomb that has firmly found a place in my favourite bath bomb list. Originally released as a Lush Harajuku exclusive, I was very happy to find the Flower Power Bath Bomb at the opening of the Lush Liverpool store.

One of the things that I love the most about the Flower Power Bath Bomb is it’s quirky design. This bath bomb is wrapped in a Muslin cloth with makes it look a little different to the normal bath bomb. The Muslin cloth is used to collect a blend of flowers which are contained in the bath bomb. Once the bath bomb has dissolved the Muslim cloth can float around the water insfusing you bath water with its beautiful scent.

The scent of the Flower Power Bath Bomb is a beautiful soft floral scent. Containing honeysuckle, verdant meadowsweet and sunflower there is a full bouquet of florals contained in this bath bomb. I found this bath bomb very relaxing and refreshing.

Once in the water the Flower Power Bath Bomb is an exstremly quick fizzer and dissolves very quickly. The bath bomb leaves the water a slightly milky colour but is not a bath bomb that puts on a massive show in the water. Once dissolved I let the Muslim cloth float in the water to infuse the water with its lovely fresh scent.

Overall this bath bomb is beautiful and elegant. It felt like a really treat to use and the scent was so pretty. I would highly recommend trying this one out.

RATING: 5/5

PRICE: Β£5.95 (2019 price)

INGREDIENTS: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, honeysuckle, meadowsweet, sunflower petals, lime oil, rose oil, rosewood oil, dipropylene glycol, citronellol, geraniol, limonene, linalool,perfume

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

www.lush.com

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