I wasn’t quite sure what I was expecting the Wizard Bubble Bar to smell like.
Yes, you can read the ingredients list and take a guess but when I do, do this for a Lush product, 90% of the time I am never right.
Just one ingredient could either dampen or heighten the scent of another ingredient. As much as inconsistency annoys me it’s what makes each and every Lush product addictively interesting.
I believe that the Wizard Bubble Bar was a Halloween product from a few years ago, I unfortunately didn’t get to try it back then so have had to wait for it to be on the Lush Kitchen menu on a week I had some spare cash.
I finally got hold of a few and now it’s time for me to tell you if it was worth the wait…
The first thing you notice about the Wizard bubble bar is its sparkly, cadbury purple hat, with a big yellow star attached. He is so stinkin’ cute! I just want to grab them all and keep them forever.
As lovely as that would be, Lush products are made to be used and it didn’t take me long to have one of them dissected, (strictly for bathing purposes, of course!)
Its scent is quite different from anything I’ve used from Lush before. It has fennel oil in which gives it a sweet yet spicy edge. In with the fennel oil is tangerine and juniperberry oil too, these add a slight fruity and woody element to its scent.
I really can’t put my finger on how I could fully describe it. It warm and magical. I love its scent, my boyfriend however turned his nose up at it straight away. You can’t please them all…
The Wizard Bubble Bar is the perfect winter product. When I’m cold and my joints and muscles are aching after a long day there is nothing better than slipping yourself into a Wizard bubble bath.
Its ingredients warms me up, relaxes my tired body and helps me wind down ready for a good night sleep.
It’s an incredibly moisturising bath product that I am sure my winter battered skin would thank me for if it could speak.
The smallest amount of the Wizard bubble bar creates copious amounts of fluffy white bubbles, there really is nothing better than slipping yourself under a blanket of silky, soft, bath bubbles.
Even writing about it now is making me want to go jump in a Wizard bath.
I’d recommend using the Wizard Bubble Bar over 2 baths.
The amount is however your choice entirely. As I said, a little of it goes a very long way.
Paired with other products you could certainly make it last over more than 2 baths.
Underneath the perfect blanket of bubbles is rich, cadbury purple sparkly water. It’s so enchanting to look at and my photo below honestly does it no justice at all. The Wizard bubble bar really does give you a magical bath time.
It reminds me of 2015’s Bar Humbug bubble bar although if I had to choose between the 2 I’d vote for Wizard.
People often ask me what I’d pair products up with so I have decided to start adding a few Lush cocktail ideas in my reviews.
With the Wizard bubble bar I’d recommend using it with 1 or 1 half of a Blackberry bath bomb alongside a splosh of Hot Toddy shower gel. It’s such a relaxing mix of products that always warms me up. Another good idea is to use it with Lush Oxford Street’s Satsuma bath bomb.
For something with such a complicated scent it is very versatile, if you think a product would work with it, try it!