This bath bomb was released as an Oxford Street exclusive, but it’s now available everywhere. Which is typical, as everything seemed to become un-exclusive just as I was able to visit the London store.
Let’s get into my Lush Yoga Bomb Review.
In all honesty if I hadn’t seen photos of this online before visiting the store then I probably wouldn’t have picked it up. That is mainly because of how plain it is. It’s easy to assume that this bath bomb would be one of the plainer, simpler ones, but that is not the case. I do wish they had done something with the outside, but it’s what’s in the centre that matters.
Once Yoga Bomb hits the water it slowly starts to fizz leaving trails of yellow and orange behind.
In The Water
It doesn’t take long for the other colours to appear. Colours of purple, green and blue erupt from the centre spilling out to leave a foamy surface. One thing that is slightly disappointing is that these colours do not impact the end colour.
The smell is also incredible, as it contains: Sandalwood, Ho Wood Oil and Oilbanum. It’s woody and very relaxing, and I really like it. It’s unlike a lot of the other scents Lush offer and it’s a nice change.
The only thing I dislike about this bath bomb is the end result. Yoga Bomb has made me realise that I much prefer something like Think Pink or Intergalactic. Yellow is probably my least favourite bath water, it’s just so unappealing to me. Saying that I did enjoy the glitter and it rinsed away easily once I was done and I didn’t have to spend ages cleaning.
There we have it, that my Lush Yoga Bomb Review.
Do you have a favourite Lush bath bomb?
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