Now that winter is in full swing I have to pull my socks up to review all of the new Christmas stock starting with one of my favourites so far, the Snowie bubble bar. I am still not ready for Christmas decorations but Lush Christmas stock is always VERY WELCOME!
Last year’s winter seemed to last forever… I can’t quite believe how fast this one is going.
Halloween has been and gone, October was a blink and you missed it month. Where did all the time go?
When I found out that Lush were bringing out a Frozen scented bubble bar this winter I was so, so excited. Although Snowie is slightly odd looking according to some, I can’t help but love him and on first sight all I wanted to do was grab every single Snowie Bubble Bar, ready to take them home.
The first time I came across the Lush scent that is Frozen was in the Frozen bath bomb, back then it was a Lush Oxford Street exclusive and I had to ask my friends and family to post me them by the gallon.
Frozen was for a very long time my favourite Lush scent, it still is one of my favourites I have however collected a few more faves along the way.
The grapefruit and neroli oil used in the Snowie bubble bar work beautifully together. Neroli oil is actually scientifically proven to increase the levels of serotonin in the brain, AKA the happy hormone. The bubble bar’s scent is both refreshing and uplifting, paired with a Frozen bath bomb it makes one crazy, good bath cocktail.
Snowie was designed as a tribute to the late David Bowie, even those that aren’t a fan of his can see the link. What an icon he was, every time I see the bubble bar a David Bowie song starts in my head… Which is a nice change from the Frozen bath bomb’s ‘Let it Go!’
The smallest amount of Snowie creates mounds and mounds of fluffy white bubbles. The water underneath those bubbles isn’t very colourful, it appears quite milky white which isn’t a bad thing at all.
The water becomes so much softer and hydrates my dry, winter-tired skin beautifully.
Sometimes too many bubbles annoy me because of all of the popping going on, I however feel like I can lay back and relax in a Snowie bath, its scent is just so relaxing and lifts bad moods, helping me feel cool, calm and content.
Don’t be put of by its smaller size either. I manage to get 3 very overindulgent, bubble baths out of just the one.
I hope they bring this bubble bar back again next year as I think it’s a wonderful addition to the Frozen scent family, a Frozen shower gel or jelly to pair with it next year would make it even better… HINT, HINT @Lush 😉
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5 thoughts on “Snowie Bubble Bar from Lush”
It’s not frozen themed.(The blue one, yes, NOT Snowie) Its Davie Bowie themed. *face palm*
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I haven’t used the term ‘Frozen themed’ once.
Frozen is the name of the scent that the Snowie bubble bar is, which is the same scent as the blue bath bomb (Frozen)
Happy Happy Joy Joy Conditioning Hair Perfume and Shine so Bright Hair Balm are also a part of the Frozen scent family. The Frozen scent is the ‘theme’ only the bath bomb is Frozen inspired.
Lush Cosmetics do so much more than just mix random essential oils together hoping for the best. They master scents. Once a scent is mastered, over a very long period of time (sometimes years) they create an abundance of products that share that mastered scent. Snowie being one of the ones that is ‘Frozen’ scented, not ‘themed.’
Yes, Snowie the Bubble Bar IS a tribute to the late ‘David’ Bowie, not Davie Bowie… I have also mentioned this in the above review (which you obviously didn’t read before commenting…) *Supersonic face palm*
If you still don’t understand the term of Lush-scent-families, feel free to click on my Lush Lingo page in the tabs above, I’ve broken it down to the basics as I know how confusing it can be 😀
Have a fantastic day Melanie 🙂
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