Temple of the Sky Bath Bomb from Lush

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!


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Turmeric Latte Bath Bomb from Lush

The Turmeric Latte Bath Bomb first came out back in 2019. At the time it was one of the many limited-edition bath bombs released in the celebration of 30 years since the invention of the bath bomb. Since its initial release, it has become a main line product and is still readily available at the time of writing this review.

As someone who doesn’t consume caffeine in any form whatsoever, I cannot personally vouch for this bath bomb being just like an actual turmeric latte. I have however heard from a very reliable source that its scent is very similar to a turmeric latte but with ‘an extra super-sweet twist’.

The Turmeric Latte bath bomb contains a long list of carefully selected ingredients; Each have been put together in the perfect quantities to create warm and inviting, velvety-smooth, turmeric latte-like bath water. All you have to do is simply plonk the bath bomb into your bath water – which is a lot less effort than making a fancy latte if you ask me!

The main ingredients in the Turmeric Latte bath bomb are tonka absolute, benzoin resinoid, vanilla absolute, coconut milk powder and turmeric powder. I know that many of Lush’s customers were over the moon to find out that the Turmeric Latte bath bomb contained coconut milk as it means it is 100% vegan.

As soon as the Turmeric Latte bath bomb hits the water you are greeted with an explosion of white and golden bubbles. If you like bath art then look no further… The Turmeric Latte bath bomb floats around the water surface creating swirls of delicate bath art, the shimmery golden bubbles are truly magnificent.

The subtle turmeric latte scent fills your bathroom as the bath bomb slowly dissolves. The Turmeric Latte bath bomb is a really slow fizzer so sit back, relax and watch its shimmery golden show.

Once the Turmeric Latte bath bomb has fully dissolved the water left behind is a beautiful shade of shimmering gold; It rivals the sparkly water created by the Golden Slumbers bath bomb which (if you’ve experienced both) you’ll know really is impressive.

My photos included in this post do the bath bomb no justice at all. It looks and smells absolutely gorgeous throughout your whole bath and makes for a truly extravagant-bathing-experience!

What really impressed me about the Turmeric Latte bath bomb was just how moisturising it is on your skin. I find most Lush bath bombs to be somewhat hydrating but Turmeric Latte leaves my skin smooth and soft to the touch, it would normally only usually appear and feel so hydrated if I also used a body lotion.

If you’re looking for a subtle scented bath bomb which is bound to impress, I would definitely recommend the Turmeric Latte bath bomb. It ticks all of the boxes for what I like in a bath bomb!


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Twilight Bubble Bar from Lush

 

The Twilight Bubble Bar was on the very top of my list when Lush UK did their latest bubble bar drop. Sharing its scent with the first Lush bath bomb I ever tried, Twilight, I couldn’t help but use it first.

Just looking at the Twilight bubble bar makes me want to book a sunny holiday, created with 3 tropical-sunset-colours jammed together and decorated with a seaweed palm tree, it simply demands to be used in a fancy bath tub somewhere exotic…

Sadly due to the current restrictions of Covid-19 this isn’t possible BUT a 30 minute bath with this little beauty brings you pretty close to a level of relaxation you can normally only achieve by spending a lazy day on a sun lounger, bestselling book in one hand and an ice cold drink in the other…

This dreamy bubble bar contains benzoin resinoid, tonka-absolute and both lavender and ylang ylang oils making it the perfect bubble bar to reach for to help you wind down after a long day.

Size wise, the Twilight bubble bar is quite small BUT don’t let that put you off of trying it, I got 2 ridiculously-bubbly bubble baths out of just one Twilight bubble bar. I think if I wasn’t so greedy I could have easily spread it out over 3 (possibly 4 at a push) baths, it is excellent value for money.

While you don’t have to use the seaweed-palm-tree part of this bubble bar, sticking it in the water with you does add a slight softness to the water, much like the Big Blue bath bomb. The warmth of the water breaks down the seaweed adding a slight silkiness to the bath water, while there’s not enough to make a huge difference it is worth trying.

With the bubble bar being 3 different colours, the colour of the water underneath the blanket of bubbles differs depending on how much and what parts of the bubble bars you use. A good mix of all 3 colours (see above photo) will give you sunset-pink water.

Bubbles come quick and fast when the Twilight bubble bar is held under a running tap, there’s nothing like laying back surrounded by tonka-absolute and lavender scented bubbles. Yes, we’ve had what seems like a million Lush products that share this bubble bars scent now BUT I don’t think I’ll ever grow bored of Twilight.

I have my fingers crossed that soon we will be able to actually use this bubble bar somewhere exotic and not just have to use our imagination, it’s a true luxury Lush product that I have throughly enjoyed using and reviewing! 😊


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Abracadabra Bubble Stick from Lush

The Abracadabra Bubble Stick is one of Lush’s newer reusable bubble bars, it was released in the UK earlier this year alongside several others to celebrate the anniversary of the invention of the bubble bar, 30 years ago.

Abracadabra shares its scent with the Blackberry bath bomb and Sultana shower gel. The Blackberry/Sultana Lush-scent-family is one of my all-time-favourites so I always make sure to buy everything that is released in its scent.

Using any product that shares a scent with the Abracadabra bubble stick before bed really helps me get a good nights sleep. Sleep is something I have always struggled with so anything that helps me drift off easier is gold dust to me. Making a magic wand shaped product with this incredible scent couldn’t be more appropriate in my eyes, as it really is magic!

Containing bergamot and frankincense oils, the Abracadabra bubble stick is the perfect blend of ingredients to be around when you need to wind down and chill out. The frankincense offers a sweet yet gentle woody aroma while the bergamot gives it a delicate citrus-fruit edge.

Reusable bubble bars are slightly different to the normal bubble bars, you don’t have to break a reusable bubble bar up and use it in pieces, you simply run it all under the tap as shown in the photo below.

Once you have the desired amount of bubbles in your bath simply place the bubble bar out of the way where it can be left to dry ready for when you next decide to use it. It says on the Lush website that you can get 3-4 baths out of just the one Abracadabra bubble stick. I am however super greedy and always over indulge spreading it over just 2.

As soon as you hold the Abracadabra bubble stick under the tap, the water starts to turn a beautiful shade of purple while a steady stream of fluffy white bubbles begin to build up on the waters surface.

I wish I had a shower head attached to my bath as blasting the bath water with that is a much quicker way of getting bubbles when it comes down to the reusable bubble bars. If you have one, I strongly recommend giving it a go if you really want to go to town with the quantity of bubbles! if not, a good swirl of the water with your hand works great too.

After just a few minutes of holding the bubble bar under the running tap, the bath will be ready for you to get into. The dark purple water it creates is super inviting, you can almost feel the stresses of the day leave you as you slowly sink yourself in.

The fluffy white bubbles hang around right up until it’s time to pull the bath plug out, as does its relaxing scent. It leaves my skin soft, hydrated and appearing brighter. The bergamot and frankincense fragrance stays on my skin for the best part of the next day too.

Overall I really do love the Abracadabra bubble stick, I find the reusable bubble bars to not always be on par with the ordinary ones but Abracadabra has really impressed me, I’m really glad that it’s currently (at the point of writing this review) a main line product.



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Tengri Bath Bomb from Lush

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Originally the Tengri Bath Bomb started out as a Harajuku store exclusive. It however became available from Lush’s UK website in early 2020. It has a brand new scent that reminds me of a mixture of the Dragon’s Egg and April Showers bath bombs, it’s beautifully uplifting.

I don’t know much on the inspiration or story behind the Tengri bath bomb but it represents a dragon. Although you have to look at it very close to make the dragon out; The blue bit is the dragon, spiralled around the white bit of the bath bomb. It almost looks like a boa constrictor getting ready for its lunch.

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The Tengri bath bomb contains a rather peculiar selection of ingredients; It’s a mixture of calming lavender, uplifting lemon myrtle, grassy and fiercely floral violet leaf absolute and super refreshing eucalyptus oil.

They oddly all work brilliantly together, I like that it’s a product with lavender oil in that doesn’t make you sleepy. Just one sniff of Tengri leaves you feeling refreshed and energised, something I’m not used to when lavender is involved!

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As soon as the Tengri bath bomb comes into contact with the bath water it begins to hiss away, sending white foam and light blue bubbles across the waters surface.

A burst of lemon-and-violet-fragrance starts to fill the room. The Tengri bath bomb begins to spin, fizzing away rather quickly. I’d have liked it to be around for a little longer but the quicker it dissolves, the quicker you can lay back, take a deep breath and relax.

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When I first used the Tengri bath bomb I had no idea that its insides were purple. What I thought was going to be a simple display of blue and white bubbles soon became blue, white and purple.

I personally wouldn’t have minded a little more bath art from the Tengri bath bomb although the scent and silky soft bath water that it left behind well made up for the lack of it. My skin felt just as soft when I got out of the bath and its light and refreshing scent stayed with me for the best part of the rest of the day too.

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My skin feels super-soft and hydrated after using Tengri, it gives you just the right level of hydration too, I am not left feeling at all oily. It’s perfect.

My favourite thing about the Tengri bath bomb is that it’s a lavender product that puts a spring in your step instead of making you sleepy. I have really enjoyed Tengri’s scent and I hope that Lush decide to use it in other product formats in the future.


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Mermaid Tail Bubble Bar from Lush

Mermaid Tail Bubble Bar

The Mermaid Tail Bubble Bar started its Lush life as a Harajuku, Japan store exclusive. It is however at the time of writing this review currently available from Lush’s UK website alongside a mountain of other bubble bars released in celebration of 30 years since the bubble bar was invented.

I’m always honest in my reviews and my first thought upon receiving the Mermaid Tail bubble bar was that it was quite small for its price. At the point of ordering, I was completely unaware that the Mermaid Tail bubble bar also had a bath-melt part. The blue detailed fin is in fact a bath melt, learning this made me a little happier about this products higher price.

The Mermaid Tail bubble bar shares its scent with the Baked Alaska soap and the Mermaid bath bomb, it contains lemon myrtle, ylang ylang and grapefruit oils so has quite an in-your-face citrus fragrance, if you’re looking for a product to wake you up, SEARCH NO MORE.

To my nose, the grapefruit oil is the most noticeable ingredient in Mermaids Tail, its scent is incredibly sharp, demanding your full attention.

Ordinarily I’d use a bubble bar this small all in one bath however after taking its scent-strength into consideration, I decided to break the bubble bar up, spreading it over 2 baths. I’m so glad I did this as I think my eyes would have started watering had I used it all together!

The first time I used the Mermaid Tail bubble bar I took the bath melt out of it, putting it to one side. Using just half of the bubble-bar-part of Mermaid Tail turned the bath water a beautiful shade of light purple, copious amounts of bubbles floated upon the waters surface too.

When it came round to using the other half of the Mermaid Tail, I decided to use the rest of the bubble-bar-part and the bath-melt-fin. The light purple water I experienced before was now a calming, pastel blue. I thought using the bath melt would stop there from being so many bubbles, I was wrong. I was extremely surprised that such a small amount of bubble bar could create so many bubbles.

I’d definitely say that the bath melt part of this bubble bar was the strongest scented part of it; Its scent lasted right up until the last drop of water went down the plug hole and then lingered in the air for a few hours after. The water was smooth and pearlescent, leaving my skin feeling soft and hydrated.

Once I had got out of the bath I felt full of energy, its refreshing fragrance stayed on my skin for the best part of the rest of the day too, putting a spring in my step.

Overall I am quite impressed with the Mermaid Tail bubble bar, even though it’s small it served me 2 perfectly bubbled baths. Something I wasn’t expecting upon seeing its size. I also love the addition of the bath melt, I never normally have time to use bath melts but have made a mental note to try use more now as I really enjoyed the one included in the Mermaid Tail bubble bar.


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Sleepy Bubble Bar from Lush

Sleepy Bubble Bar

The Sleepy Bubble Bar started its Lush life as a Harajuku, Japan store exclusive. It is however at the time of writing this review currently available from Lush’s UK website. Released alongside a mountain of other bubble bars in celebration of 30 years since the bubble bar was invented, Sleepy has been one of the most popular sellers of them all.

The Sleepy (aka Twilight) fragrance is one of Lush’s most popular so this bubble bar being a best seller was no surprise to me at all.

Sleepy’s bath bomb equivalent Twilight was actually my first ever Lush bath bomb so its scent will always mean a lot to me. A few years ago the Mum in a Spin bubble spinner was released, it too shared a scent with the Sleepy bubble bar. If you enjoyed the bubble spinner then you’ll adore the Sleepy bubble bar as it’s on par size-wise with the, The Comforter bubble bar. It’s HUGE making it excellent value for money.

This cloud shaped bubble bar contains benzoin resinoid, tonka-absolute and both lavender and ylang ylang oils making it perfect to use just before bed. A very small amount of the Sleepy bubble bar goes a very long way too, with it being so big I cannot express how happy the fact that a little goes a long way makes me!

I normally break my bubble bars up and throw a few of the pieces (see above photo) into a sieve, I then run the contents of the sieve under the baths tap, remembering of course to put the plug in first! 😉

As soon as the water comes into contact with the bubble-bar-pieces its sweet-lavender-scent fills the room. At the same time, the bath-water starts to turn a beautiful shade of purple and lots of fluffy white bubbles also begin to appear; It doesn’t take very long at all for the bubbles to form into a blanket-like-layer upon the waters surface.

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You can easily get 4 generously bubbled baths out of just the one Sleepy bubble bar with no hindrance to its quality. I will be very surprised if Lush do not make this bubble bar a part of their permanent line once the 30 years of the bubble bar celebrations are over.

I am over-the-moon impressed with the Sleepy bubble bar, its scent remains on your skin even the morning after using it and it really does help me wind down of a night time. I love the Sleepy scent and totally recommend using the Sleepy shower gel and Sleepy body lotion alongside the Sleepy bubble bar.

If you’re looking to have a luxurious and relaxing bath then Sleepy bubble bar needs to be top of your list of things to chuck in the tub with you!



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Rainbow Bubble Bar from Lush

Rainbow Bubble Bar

The Rainbow Bubble Bar started its Lush life as a Harajuku, Japan store exclusive. At the time of writing this review it is currently only available in the UK within a Lush gift set; This makes it a little bit harder to get a hold of BUT with the 30 years of the bubble bar celebration due to start, I suspect that it will soon be readily available for all. 🤞

Apart from its bright colours, the first thing that struck me about the Rainbow bubble bar was its larger size. Its design is very similar to a previously-released, retro-Lush-product the Ultra Violet bubble bar. Which is also rumoured to be making a return for the 30 years of the bubble bar celebration!

Containing a blend of benzoin resinoid, lemon myrtle and Sicilian lemon oils the Rainbow bubble bars scent is sweet and uplifting. Its scent is fabulously fruity yet subtle; Strangely it really smells of raspberries. I’ve never been very good at describing scents but Rainbow smells like a bowl of fresh raspberries with a splash of lemon; it is deliciously moreish to say the least!

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To use the non-reuseable bubble bars like the Rainbow bubble bar,  I either crumble, or break them up then stick the bubble bar pieces (like the photo above) in to a sieve and let the running bath-water trickle over it. I find this the most effective way to use the single use bubble bars. This method is the best way to ensure none of the bubble bar gets accidentally wasted and through trial and error, I have found that it makes the most bubbles!

I managed to get 3 very generously bubbled baths out of just the one Rainbow bubble bar, I am confident that you could however spread this product out over more than 3 baths. Although I feel as if 3 baths showed it to its full potential. A little amount of the bubble bar really does go a long way making it fantastic value for money.

The Rainbow bubble bars scent lasts throughout the bath as do the bubbles. The water underneath the blanket of fluffy white bubbles is a bold and very inviting shade of orange, it is a very similar colour to the water you get from the Brightside bubble bar. The water is also silky smooth to the touch and is really moisturising without being at all oily, a trait I always love in a bubble bar!

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If you’re looking for a bath product that leaves you feeling happy and refreshed then the Rainbow bubble bar would be perfect for you. A good soak in a Rainbow bath leaves me feeling ready to take on the world. Once out of the bath my skin is fairly hydrated too, my skin is however normally very dry so the Rainbow bubble bar might be even more hydrating on other peoples skin.

Overall I am really impressed with the Rainbow bubble bar, we have needed a raspberry scented bubble bar for ages; If you miss the Mumkin bubble bar then you really do need to try Rainbow! Not only does my skin feel good after using Rainbow but its gentle fragrance stays on my skin for the rest of the day too. I have my fingers crossed that this bubble bar is a part of the 30 years of the bubble bar celebration as I’d love to stock up on a few.



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Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds Bath Bomb from Lush

Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds Bath Bomb

The Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds Bath Bomb was first introduced to the Lush Community as one of the Harajuku, Japan store exclusives. It then went on to be an exclusive at Lush’s flagship store in Liverpool too. At the time of writing this review, it is now also available from Lush’s UK website and in selected UK stores.

Unfortunately, to make room for new products some have to eventually be discontinued. With Lush UK’s HQ now refusing to use their social media channels, it has made it very difficult to sort the fake news from the cold, hard facts BUT now that the ’30 years of the bath bomb’ celebrations are nearing an end, Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds is one of the bath bombs rumoured to be leaving.

If true, whether or not the Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds bath bomb will still remain in the Liverpool and Harajuku stores is another fact that has yet to be confirmed.

If you’re a frequent Lush customer you may recognise that there is also a Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds bubble bar.

The bubble bar equivalent of the Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds bath bomb (which for the purpose of this review I am now going to name just ‘Blue Skies’ to save us both a bit of time! 😉) is a staple Lush product. Available online and in stores all over the world, it is hugely popular. The introduction of a bath bomb that shares its same scent therefore sent a ripple of excitement through the Lush Community.

The Blue Skies bath bomb shares its cloud/berry-like shape with the, The Comforter and the updated version of the Blackberry bath bombs. Containing patchouli, frankincense and cinnamon leaf oil the Blue Skies bath bomb is described on Lush’s website as ‘peace-inducing’.

I find it really difficult to describe scents, the most prominent ingredient in the Blue Skies bath bomb just like its bubble bar equivalent is the patchouli. As a huge fan of both frankincense and cinnamon I am a little disappointed that my nose can’t detect either ingredient, if I had to describe the bath bombs scent with just one word I would choose peppery.

As soon as the Blue Skies bath bomb hits the water you are greeted with a gentle hiss, blue and white froth bursts out of the bath bomb as its peppery scent fills your bathroom.

Blue Skies much like the aforementioned The Comforter bath bomb is a very slow fizzer. Although the bath art wasn’t anything to write home about, I did get a few photos of the pretty bubbles that the bath bomb created as it slinked around my bath.

Even once Blue Skies is in the water my nose still cannot detect the frankincense and cinnamon leaf oil, my body does however feel the cinnamons skin warming properties. A good long soak in a Blue Skies bath left me feeling chilled out and my muscles completely relaxed.

I didn’t find the Blue Skies bath bomb particularly moisturising but my skin did appear brighter once I was out of the bath.

Overall I do enjoy using the Blue Skies bath bomb, its scent family just isn’t a favourite of mine. Patchouli is always a Russian-roulette-ingredient for me as sometimes it does trigger my migraines. Blue Skies bath bomb however didn’t!

Pushing its scent aside, I do always feel completely relaxed after a Blue Skies bath. If you love the peppery Lush fragrances then I’d definitely recommend giving this bath bomb ago.



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Figaro Figaro Bath Bomb from Lush

The Figaro Figaro Bath Bomb was originally one of the 54 Harajuku, Japan store exclusives. At the time of writing this review, it is now available from Lush’s UK website and in chosen UK stores. I picked mine up back in March from the new flagship store in Liverpool, UK.

Unfortunately there are rumours currently circulating within the Lush Community that say that now the ’30 years of the bath bomb’ celebrations are nearing an end, Figaro Figaro alongside several other bath bombs will be leaving and being put into Lush-product-retirement.

Whether or not the Figaro Figaro bath bomb will still remain in the Liverpool and Harajuku stores exclusively has yet to be confirmed.

The Figaro Figaro bath bomb is one of Lush’s smaller sized bath bombs. It is roughly the same size as the Butterball bath bomb, making it the perfect size too sit snuggly in your hand.

The first thing I noticed about the Figaro Figaro bath bomb other than its smaller size was its Fig-fruit shape. Those not familiar with the fig have described it as a tear drop while others a miniature pear. Regardless, there hasn’t been a bath bomb with its shape before making it really stand out from the crowd.

The Figaro Figaro bath bomb has quite the ingredients list, a list that is so long that when looking at it written down on paper it’s virtually impossible to predict its scent. Containing aniseed, chamomile blue, eucalyptus, fennel, lavender, Brazilian orange, peppermint, sage and thyme oils you’d think Figaro Figaro would have a scent strong enough to blow your head off, its scent is however quite the opposite of a head-blower-offer!

I was expecting a highly intoxicating scent from Figaro Figaro but its fragrance is actually a very subtle herbal one. I have seen that not everyone within the Lush community are mad on Figaro Figaro scent, I do however like the more subtle scented products sometimes and for me Figaro Figaro made a nice change.

Upon hitting the water the Figaro Figaro bath bomb hisses away, deep red bubbles spill out of it as well as a smaller amount of purple, yellow and green. Its herbal scent remains subtle but the show it puts on in the water puts many other Lush bath bombs to shame.

Figaro Figaro is definitely a bath bomb to go for if you’re a fan of bath art like myself. I was left mesmerised by the bright colours coming out of it. Considering how small Figaro Figaro is I was not expecting anything like this from it at all!

While I have no knowledge at all when it comes down to anything opera I recognised Figaro Figaro’s connection to it straight away.

Once the bath bomb had fully dissolved the water was left a bright and inviting shade-of-ruby-red. It wasn’t until it had all dissolved that I noticed it had a hidden paper note inside of it. I opened it up and found the below song lyrics on it! (see below photo)

When I read these words out to my mum while talking about me reviewing the Figaro Figaro bath bomb she knew exactly which opera song the song lyrics were from, ‘LA, LA, LA, LA’ing’ the tune back at me straight away.

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For such a small bath bomb I was surprised at how silky it left the bath water. My skin lapped up the ingredients and what I thought was going to be a calm and relaxing bath actually turned out to be rather energising. While I was definitely feeling more relaxed in its waters I did feel a spring in my step upon getting out of the tub.

I really enjoyed the Figaro Figaro bath bomb, the hidden note inside of it made it all the more interesting and I actually learnt a thing or two about the opera because of it. Lush used to have hidden notes like this inside of their Fizzbanger and original Blackberry bath bombs and I must say I miss them. They just seem to add something to the experience that I love.

I will be sad to see this bath bomb retire but understand that some have to eventually leave to make way for exciting newbies!


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