This is my Lush Intergalactic Bath Bomb Review.
This bath bomb now costs £4.95 which is a price increase of £1 from when it was first released. It is pricey for what it is, but you can half it, if you want to get more for your money. I don’t tend to half bath bombs, so I don’t know if it would impact your end result.
Once this hits the water it fizzes away, and blue foam covers the surface with glitter pouring into the water. Within a matter of moments, pinks and yellows start to appear and it’s the most beautiful combination.
Now for the only thing I don’t like; the scent. This has a very strong peppermint scent that isn’t for me. Intergalactic contains: Peppermint oil, grapefruit oil, vetivert oil and cedar-wood oil. The scent is also very strong and I could still smell it in the bathroom hours later.
Overall I really love this bath bomb. Even though the scent isn’t my favourite the effect it has on the water overpowers it. The end result of the deep blue with the endless amount of gold glitter is simply beautiful. Even if the bath did need a good rinse afterwards to fully get rid of all of the glitter.
That was my Lush Intergalactic Bath Bomb Review!
What is your favourite Lush bath bomb?
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