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Goddess Bath Bomb

Goddess was invented by Jack Constantine after he saw the music video for ‘God Is A Woman’ by Ariana Grande. In her incredible video Ari is often seen bathing in beautiful milky purple, blue and grey waters. Jack wanted to recreate this in a bath bomb form, allowing us mere peasants to feel like Ariana aka a goddess in our own bathtubs. If you haven’t seen her video yet, go watch now. Seriously.


Lush describes this bath bomb as having precious ingredients fit for a true goddess. This is probably in relation to the Oudh Oil that makes up a big portion of the scent. Oudh Oil is derived from an agarwood tree being infected with a certain type of mould. The tree reacts by producing a resin called Oudh. However it’s not that simple, as not all agarwood trees get affected by the mould and not all affected trees actually produce the resin. This complicated process means that Oudh is one of the most expensive oils in the world and is actually more expensive than gold by weight!

The design of this bath bomb is really quite special, it’s so unique and has quite a magical vibe which suits the concept and scent well. The pastel tones on the lower half of the bath bomb are a good reflection of the waters from the music video and the silvery shimmer makes Goddess even more beautiful.

While the main scent here is sweet and floral with the top ingredients being Jasmine Absolute, Osmanthus Absolute and Rose Oil, there’s a muskier note which adds a complex almost spiciness to the product from both Sandalwood and Oudh Oils. It gives an overall rich, elegant and seductive scent which is again, really unique and really well suited to this particular bath bomb.


Once she got fizzing, I marvelled at how quick layers of cloudy white and deep purple waves dispersed over the water’s surface while a pastel lilaac colour overtook the bottom reminiscent of the music video. I honestly think Lush have done a great job of recreating Ariana’s beautiful bathwater.

Once the bomb had fully dissolved I was left with the opaque purple water from underneath which was filled with silver lustre which looked amazing itself. A lot of the time you can end up disappointed once a bath bomb has finished it’s ‘show’ but this was certainly not the case here. The water was also incredibly soft thanks to gorgeous nourishment from Cocoa and Shea Butters as well as rich Argan Oil.

Behind the Shea and the Argan are tales of women’s cooperatives in Ghana and Morocco where these ingredients are hand processed to be fairly traded for Lush, so it’s only right that a bath bomb named Goddess holds stories of strong women.


A little negative is that sadly the smell doesn’t stay with you for too long, it’s practically non existent when you’re actually in the water and once you’re out it turns into a really subtle light fragrance on your skin. Personally I would have loved it if it had stayed as strong as it is to start with.

Overall I felt so strengthened and empowered after this experience, as if I was reborn into a better version of myself. Of course I listened to Ariana’s whole Sweetener album whilst I was bathing which definitely helped but it was truly one of the best baths I’ve had in a long time. Although currently Goddess only featured as an exclusive at the Lush 2018 Showcase, I am certain due to popularity that Lush won’t hesitate in releasing more in the future. Fingers crossed!


Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Titanium Dioxide, Jasmine Absolute, Osmanthus Absolute, Rose Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Oudh Oil, Cream of Tartar, Fair Trade Columbian Cocoa Butter, Water, Cornstarch, Argan Oil, Fair Trade Shea Butter, DRF Alcohol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Tin Oxide, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Maltodextrin, Laureth 4, Eugenol, Limonene, Linalool, Perfume, Colour 77007, Colour 77491, Colour 42090, Colour 19140, Colour 17200, Colour 45410


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