Nebula – Lush bath bomb (Kitchen Product) – £12
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The Nebula bath bomb is the mummy of intergalactic bath bomb which has is described by lush as refreshing peppermint and neon colour’s with a hint of 80’s aftershave. I wasn’t around in the 80’s so I can’t deny or confirm this statement however I did get a hint of wood and mint which worked surprisingly better than I had anticipated. The ingredients list also displays grapefruit oil which I did partially smell. However I’m giving the smell a 3/5 because I like to smell the sweet lush scent on my skin hours after I have bathed with a bath bomb and with this I did not. 😔
Whilst Nebula isn’t one of Lush’s most intricate designs it’s a giant bath bomb! Seriously they could have made this product completely blue and I’d still give it 5/5!
In the water: 💥💥💥
This is what slightly disappointed me about this £12 beast, the outer shell dissolved beautifully and all the stunning colours spat out just as they would with any regular £3.50 bath bomb. Nebula just didn’t have that wow factor once it was in the water. In face the core of the bomb was a white sphere which was probably put in there as a filler but there could have been some colour too it? Not only did I feel that once in the water the bath bomb was slightly underwhelming the sad part is that I feel putting two regular intergalactic bath bombs (retailed at £4.25 each) into the water simultaneously would have given the same if not better effect. On the other hand this beautiful giant fuzzed for well over 8 minutes and was super relaxing to watch floating and dissolving into my tub.
After effects: 💥💥💥💥
As I previously mentioned the smell of this bath bomb didn’t linger on my skin for a long period of time but the reason I think it deserves 4 stars for after effects is that this bath bomb is seriously moisturising! I was actually shocked at how smooth my skin felt and I didn’t even bother using my own moisturiser after my bath it was just that good!
Anything to add?: if this kitchen product bath bomb is released again I will probably buy it because of the fact that it’s a giant bath bomb but if your looking to spend £12 at lush on bath bombs I would recommend buying several smaller ones as personally I feel they are more worthy of the money.
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