Bath, Bath Bombs

Rose Bombshell Egg Bath Bomb

I was absolutely gutted when I heard that Rose Bombshell Bath Bomb wasn’t making a reappearance this year for Valentines Day. It was a normal sized, Rose Jam scented, pink bath bomb with a beautiful floral design and hidden rose petals inside, and one of my all time favourites. However, when I saw that instead they were bringing out a super sized egg version, I was beyond excited!

Rose Bombshell Egg is fairly impressively sized. It’s easily the largest bath bomb currently available and also one of the most expensive, priced at £14.95. Although that seems like a lot of money, it doesn’t seem as bad when you realise that you can get two good baths out of this product. The bath bomb is comprised of two hollow halves tied together with a string of raffia, and is filled with dried rose petals and large pearls of salt!

As mentioned, it smells the same as the Rose Jam Shower Gel along with the rest of the scent family and contains Rose Oil and Absolute, Geranium Oil and Lemon Oil sourced from Sicily. It’s a very fragrant, powdery aroma of fresh flowers, with the Rose and the Geranium both having sweet and floral tones, and the Lemon Oil adding a delicate refreshing and uplifting undertone. It’s a unique and intoxicatingly sweet scent and was one of the first ever fragrances I fell in love with from Lush.

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For a full effect and to fulfil my Rose Jam heaven dream I used the whole entire egg in my bath. Each half started fizzing fairly loudly as soon as I popped them in, floating on the surface and sending out billows of pink foam across the water. Before long the whole bath had turned this vivid pink colour and the petals had dispersed throughout, looking gorgeous. The scent had really taken off by this point and filled my entire bathroom, a subtle one she is not.

I eagerly jumped in and immediately felt how soft and creamy the water felt. The dissolved Sea Salt and the vast amount of Sodium Bicarbonate from the giant bomb had obviously softened the water and imbued it with cleansing benefits. Rose Bombshell Egg also contains Soybean Flour which, when in contact with water, creates a rich softening milk. Furthermore, both Rose and Geranium are known to have soothing effects on the skin, so would help calm any irritation or redness you may have.

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After arguably one of the best and most fragrant baths I’ve ever had, I got out and dried myself off to find my skin gorgeously scented and ever so soft to the touch. I still felt the need to lightly moisturise after but I couldn’t stop feeling my silky smooth skin.

In conclusion, I know it’s a lot to pay for two baths (let alone one) but I honestly think it’s worth it. It felt so luxurious and special, looked so beautiful and I really didn’t want it to end! I’m going to HAVE to get a second one for a special occasion some time!

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Have you had a chance to try this wonderful limited edition yet? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Ingredients

Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Coarse Sea Salt, Soybean Flour, Titanium Dioxide, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Geranium Oil, Rose Absolute, Rose Oil, Dried Red Rose Petals, Water, Propylene Glycol, Dipropylene Glycol, Citronellol, Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 14700, Colour 17200.

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