If you have dry, sensitive or irritated skin, this is the bath bomb to replenish it. Once the cocoa butter pieces have melted, your skin will be coated by a light buttery film that smells good enough to eat. Ylang ylang is used in aromatherapy to aid in the relief of stress.
About 1 year ago
My go-to bath bomb, especially when I need extra moisture. Leaves a buttery film on your skin, smells natural and is cruelty-free. A home run from LUSH!
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About 4 years ago
this bath bomb was cheap and affordable. Good size as well. Smelt amazing when i put it in the bath, and fizzed really well.
I understand that this bath bomb is supposed to soften your skin but all it did was make my skin oily and slimy. I had to have another shower afterwards so that i could get a good nights sleep. I will not buy it again.
About 2 weeks ago
I love the way my skin felt after using this. I have seasonal eczema type skin and this was so soothing and left me very moisturised and not oily at all. Was a little dissapointed coz i was expecting bubbles but the water was so milky and moisturising and felt so soothing on my achy muscles. Pure bliss.
6 days ago
About 6 days ago
Not sure if I got one from a bad batch as previously this has been a hit for me, but this one barely fizzled and did not colour the water at all. It really had a bad smell that I couldn’t wash off myself no matter what I used and is still nauseating me the next day.
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