The Temple of the Sky Bath Bomb was first released back in 2020 right before the UK went into its first lockdown, currently it is still available to purchase but sadly it won’t be for much longer as it is being discontinued to make way for new bath bombs. With it going so soon, I have left doing this review a little late but better late than never!
Back when the Temple of the Sky bath bomb first came out it was released alongside several other bath bombs, one of those being the Tengri bath bomb. At the time of writing this review the Temple of the Sky bath bomb is the only bath bomb out of the small selection that came out then, that is still available to purchase.
I am a little shocked that Lush have however recently decided to discontinue it soon. I thought it had been selling well, it’s still plastered all over Instagram within the Lush community so it really was a surprise to hear of its demise…
I think what first makes the Temple of the Sky bath bomb so popular is its intricate attention to detail, it’s a round shape with a golden border, inside the golden border is a golden Japanese style temple surrounded by brilliant blue sky. It’s a real piece of art, almost too beautiful to put it into water just to let go down the plug hole.
The Temple of the Sky bath bombs ingredients are all things zingy; Containing both Sicilian lemon and sweet wild orange oils, its yet another zesty-sweet, citrus scented bath bomb that is perfect for awakening all of your senses!
As soon as the Temple of the Sky bath bomb touches the water and array of yellow and turquoise foam sizzles out of it. A thin layer of silky soft foam slowly spreads across the waters surface as it slowly bubbles away. The colourings of the Temple of the Sky bath bomb when it first goes in to action really reminds me of one of my all-time favourite bath bombs, Golden Wonder.
Temple of the Sky is a really slow fizzer giving you plenty of time to admire the bath art it creates. I say this in almost every bath bomb review I write but my photos do not do this bath bomb justice, it’s so, so beautiful in the water. The colours are just like a brilliantly sunny day, blue skies and golden sun beams. My bathroom has never felt brighter.
The water left behind is a beautiful shade of turquoise-green and is full of shimmery gold lustre, I can happily sit in the bath swishing the water back and forth watching the shimmer dance around right up until the water gets too cold for me to be in the tub anymore. If you love bath art the Temple of the Sky bath bomb is a must try product for you.
I adore the Temple of the Sky bath bomb and am extremely sad to see it go into retirement. The bath art it creates, its scent and how soft it makes your skin feel afterwards is amazing, it’s a perfect product. I just hope the new bath bombs that Lush bring out to fill the gap that the Temple of the Sky bath bomb is leaving live up to Temple of the Sky’s standards, it’ll be a hard bath bomb to beat!