LUSH Bath Bomb // Twilight


I know that 24 Days of Wanderlust Girl is supposed to be Christmas and winter related posts, but what would be a festive night without a bubble bath? Plus the name "Twilight" just seems fitting for what the weather has been looking like outside- dark and gloomy, haha!

product review: Lush Bath Bomb Twilight

CLAIMS:

"sooth your body and mind. Our most relaxing bath bomb yet," I'm one of those people who love to take showers and baths in the evening instead of in the morning, and I can say that this really helps you feel relaxed and comforted. I can't say that it has helped me to sleep better, but I'd like to think that it does!

THE CLEAN:

Just what you would expect like feeling coming out of a bath. I've noticed that all of the Lush bath bombs I've tried have got rid of dead skin cells, as well as making your skin smell amazing. Just a tip: to try dry brushing your skin before getting into the bath- this way the dead skin cells don't build up in the moisturizing water as a light grey substance. You'll also feel so much cleaner when you get out!

SCENT & THE BATH BOMB:

At first I wasn't the biggest fan of the scent, as it was floral and kind of perfumey (if that's even a word!). I picked it up because of how delicate and light it smelled, as too much of a strong scent, even if it's my favourite, can be overwhelming. 

The actual fizz and colours it gave was probably my favourite part! It was that perfect mix between a quick fizzer and a long fizzer, foaming at the surface to create loads of colour. After the frothing was done, it fizzed for a couple minutes releasing a pop of blue from its centre. By the time I got in, my bath looked milky, with a dark purple underneath the white froth, with tiny specks of glitter glistening under the water. IT. WAS. GORGEOUS. Twilight is probably my most favourite bath bomb at the moment, because of how stunning the water looked!

OTHER POINTS:

- Because it looks pretty (why would you want an ugly looking bath bomb, I mean, let's be real)
- The silver glitter did not stick to my skin, but it did leave the bottom of the tub looking like a highlighter
- Kind of an expensive bath. These bath bombs are a one time's use

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