Big Blue Bath Bomb from Lush

Big Blue Bath BombWhen I first started to go into Lush I wasn’t at all familiar with any of the products, I didn’t know anything about their ingredients or their uses. I spent a considerable amount of time examining, asking questions and sniffing all of the products that were on offer but was so overwhelmed that I just ended up jumping in head first.

The Big Blue bath bomb had always caught my eye in the shop, the visible seaweed within it however always made me change my mind at the very last minute, maybe next time I’d pick it up. I would always choose another one over it, always. Quite soon into my Lush journey I started to participate in online Lush forums etc, it was there that I heard about the Big Blue bath bomb, apparently it is great for muscle aches, muscle aches are the story of my life so after that much appreciated advice, I decided to finally pick one up, seaweed and all.

I am one of those women who are ridiculously squeamish, in the sea I am always the first to scream when something touches my leg. Putting a bath bomb with seaweed in my bath tub was therefore going to be a challenge.

As soon as I put the Big Blue bath bomb into the water its soothing scent filled my bathroom. Curiosity always gets the better of me and I always take the bath bomb out of the water mid-fizz just to have a look. Upon first use of the Big Blue bath bomb I instantly regretted taking it out of the water. All I could feel was solid, scratchy seaweed, my inner squirm erupted from me and I squealed so loud that my boyfriend (now husband) came running into the bathroom to see if I was okay.

Once I convinced myself that it really was JUST seaweed, I put it back into the bath, it was a little strange at first but I did get used to it. The warmth of the water slowly softens the seaweed so it isn’t scratchy and hard for very long. As the seaweed softens the sea salt in it dissolves too, together both ingredients make the bath water silky smooth, I was surprised at how relaxed I was considering I was surrounded by seaweed completely naked…

The question that everyone asks is, what happens to the seaweed? At the end of the bath I tried to be clever and catch all of the seaweed the same way as I do the flower petals in the Ylang Song or Rose Bombshell bath bomb, it didn’t work. There was however no blockage problems when it came to pulling the plug. In spite of this I would still advise people thinking of using Big Blue on a continuous basis to try to space the baths out.

Failing that, there is in fact an easy way to solve the danger of a potential seaweed and plug hole problem. Some people place the bath bomb in a stocking before putting it in the bath.

This way you still get the benefit of the bath bombs ingredients while also stopping the risk of loose seaweed going down your plug hole.


In regards to Big Blue helping with aching muscles I am sad to say that it is not as good as the Geo Phyzz bath bomb. It is however a good substitute to the very rare Geo Phyzz bath bomb.

Big Blue is well worth a try, I do however always now use it in a stocking, just in case.

I also recommend trying (if you’re using Big Blue in the stocking) using the stocking like a sponge once all of the bath bomb has dissolved. The seaweed in it is fantastically moisturising as well as super soothing for dry skin. This trick only really works once though, chuck it out at the same time as you empty your bath, as tempting as it is to use it again and again it’s not nearly as good once it has gone cold and I imagine it gets a little smelly after a few hours…

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This post was originally posted on this website on the 30th of May 2015. I have been slowly updating each post on this blog as with time my photos have improved(ish) as has my product knowledge – Lulu @ Lush Upon A Time

Author: Lulu

Hello, my name is Lulu and I am a 30 year old freelance writer with a very unhealthy obsession with Lush Cosmetics. I mostly blog about Lush but I also do posts that touch upon disability, mental health and invisible illnesses on various other social media platforms. If you can read this then I guess I should thank you for visiting my blog, I hope to see you again soon! :)

18 thoughts on “Big Blue Bath Bomb from Lush”

  1. Great review – I’ve yet to try any of the Lush bath bombs but always tempted to give them a go, was in last week and really wanted to get one but it was so busy there was hardly room to move so left with a lip scrub instead lol Must get trying them out 😀 Karen xxx


      1. Oooh I didn’t realise you could use their bath products more than once!! I thought you dropped it all in at once… just as well you said or my house would’ve been coming down with bubbles had I not have realised!! lol Their range is lovely – I need to pop back up on a quiet day and have a good look around the store 🙂 X

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    1. I try and go once a week but have had so many hospital appointments lately & I’ve been too tired, visiting Lush is currently my favourite thing to do, I’m bath bomb crazy, hopefully one day I can study again and learn how to make my own! 😍💕

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      1. awww babes xxxx i’m so sorry about the hospital stuff – i know that sounds weird from someone u have never met – but – i wish you only health and happiness xxx yes – Lots of Tubs are good for the body soul and mind xoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
        Big smooch and Have a gorgeous night xxxx and Get your man to make that sieve – so You can have that bath bomb every night xxxxxxx


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