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 2 years ago
This is my favorite bath bomb. It's amazing combined with HIWTK soap and a Scrubee. I hope this one sticks around.
About 9 months ago
This one is my favourite. It smells amazing (better when in the water and on the skin than beforehand when dry)- and makes skin amazingly soft and lovely-feeling. It is also a little cheaper than some of the others so I can stock up on them without guilt. Sometimes I don't feel like a heavily scented bath bomb (such as if I have a headache and need to relax my muscles), so this is my go-to, as whilst it smells great, it is not strong.
2 months ago
About 2 months ago
This bath bomb gave a really subtle and delicate yellow tinge to the bath, which isn't over the top and artificial like the other bath bombs. It did take a while to break down but the cocoa butter pieces it breaks off are so moisturising for the skin and the ylang ylang gives a sweet floral scent that isn't too overpowering.
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