Time for yet another bath bomb review, I feel like I will never be finished with these because by the time I am finished the holiday season will be around, not that I mind because that gives me reasons to take baths. Anyway, today I am focused on this fun little sweet smelling bath bomb, so let’s slip into the bath and see how this one goes.
My focus for today is on the Honey I Washed The Kids bath bomb from Lush Cosmetics. This one will run you $6.95 and comes in at weight of 6.7oz, it is also vegan despite the name.
This bath bomb features lots of great ingredients such as fair trade organic cocoa butter, Brazillian orange oil, bergamot oil, gardenia extract, extra virgin olive oil, organic castor oil, and aloe vera extract. This one is packed full of lots of great things, which I do love.
I do like the look of this bath bomb, I think it is simple while also being a little bit interesting. It is a yellow bath bomb with bright orange hexagon bath melts that remind me of a honeycomb, which I would guess it the point.
I will say that while I like the look of it I still don’t know why Lush keeps making yellow bath bombs, this one isn’t so bad but it is still not my favorite color to bathe in. So, as you might expect when this one is gone and dispersed throughout the water it turns it yellow, a brighter and slightly green-leaning yellow, but still yellow and not my favorite to bathe in.
Now let’s talk about the smell and feel in the tub, the real reason why we pick up bath bombs and use them. The scent of this is a Lush cult favorite and classic, this is the Honey I Washed the Kids scent if you didn’t already guess. This has a sweet toffee-like scent to it and I really like it. It is sweet and weirdly very comforting.
As for the feel in the water, this one was super moisturizing as to be expected since it does have multiple tiny little bath melts lodged into it, but still, it is super moisturizing. I left the bath feeling like I didn’t need to apply lotion and sometimes that is nice, it almost saves a step. The scent doesn’t really linger on the skin and it doesn’t stay in the water as long as I might want it to, so this is a softer scent I think.
I do like this bath bomb but I am not sure that I would purchase it again, there isn’t anything wrong with it but I just don’t think it is my personal cup of tea, however if you like the scent then I think this would be a fantastic one, especially in the colder months of the year.
What’s your favorite bath bomb from Lush?