Lush: Frozen Bath Bomb

With the opening of the Oxford Street store, came a myriad of exciting new products for the Lushies to try. After watching countless reviews and mooning over the bath bombs in particular, I was so happy when some of them were launched nationwide in August. One of them was Frozen, this gorgeous pale blue creation, made to fit in with worldwide obsession with the film of the same name and it does not disappoint.

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The picture truly does not do it justice.

Boasting scents of neroli oil, rose oil and grapefruit oil, Frozen has an earthy, floral scent that at first sniff, I honestly didn’t like. The grapefruit didn’t jump out at me until it hit the water, only then did I fall in love with this product. I’ve tried this bath bomb a handful of times and have come to adore it. White foam blossoms as it begins to dissolve, rolling around the bath as it spills a deeper blue colour and an insane amount of glitter.

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It settles into a bright blue, the same as the centre of the whole bath bomb. The water is silky and moisturising; leaving my skin soft and lightly scented. Thankfully, with Lush bath bombs, the glitter hardly ever stays on your skin and instead washes down the drain.

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Watching Netflix in the tub is the only way to live.

This product has become an unexpected favourite. It’s absolutely gorgeous and I would 100% recommend it, especially paired with Outback Mate soap and Dream Wash Roulade (and maybe Ben and Jerry’s Baked Alaska).

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