Lush Twilight Bath Bomb4.5.13
Hey good-looking! Another Lush Bath Bomb review? I just couldn't get enough of them when I went back home. Seeing as the weather ...
Another Lush Bath Bomb review? I just couldn't get enough of them when I went back home. Seeing as the weather has just started to get a lot warmer (15C is warm around here), I doubt I'd would be having another bath soon. Nonetheless, I have reviews of a couple of bath bombs up my sleeve, so don't you worry!
This is the first time trying out the famous Twilight bath bomb. The reason why it took me so long was because I wasn't a massive fan of the scent when I smelled it in the shop. So that kind of put me off picking it up. However, being a blogger that I am. Once people rave about it enough, I just have to have it. Twilight is one of Lush's many large bath bombs. The outer appearance of this bath bomb is muted pink with the stars and moon pattern which is very fitting to its name.
Seeing as Twilight is one of the most popular bath bomb which has been highly recommended by many people. My hope for this bath bomb was rather high. Even though, I enjoyed using this bath bomb. It was lovely but I don't feel like it would be something that I would go out of my way to repurchase it.
Unlike other bath bomb that I have tried from Lush, this one is different because it took forever to dissolve. Furthermore, as it's dissolving it also created a little layer of foamy bubble. This is one thing which I really like about this bath bomb because it's something which I missed from using normal bath bomb. My bath bomb came with something extra though...a shard of plastic which was quite sharp. I suspect that it's from the mould for the bath bomb.
As the bath bomb continued to fizz away, you'll see that this bath bomb has 2 layers. The pinky outer layer and bright blue inner layer which combined to make lovely purple water, which you can't really see until all the foamy layer disappear.
With two different colours bath bombs inside one already, this bath bomb still hasn't finish because this bath bomb also has iridescent glitters. I mean WHAT!, they seriously packed the goodies into one bath bomb, didn't they? As for the scent, it's something that I could describe as lavender, however, I think that it smell a hella a lot better once it's in a bath form. I would recommend this for a relaxing night-in, especially good for de-stressing after exam periods too. I've heard that it's good for people who have problem sleeping but as an insomniac, I don't think that it helped me that much. Would I recommend this? Well, it wouldn't hurt to try it out to see how you get on because some people really love this. Personally, I just think that it's okay, I still would rather buy myself The Comforter Bubble Bar.
You can get Twilight Bath Bomb here for £3.20 each.
Have you tried Twilight Bath Bomb?