Think Pink has undergone a huge transformation. The flowers are long gone, and the price has gone up. It now costs £4.25. The size of the product has increased too to make up for the jump in the price. I will admit that I overlooked Think Pink in its previous form; if I wanted a pink bath I’d use Sex Bomb simply because it’s bigger.
This is my Lush Think Pink 2017 Bath Bomb Review.
Think Pink contains: Vanilla Absolute, Tonka Absolute, Neroli Oil and Lavender Oil to name a few. This makes for a musky bath with the vanilla, but it has the added sweetness with the Neroli. It’s definitely a gorgeous scent that is a lot stronger than its former form. The lavender is barely noticeable, which I love as I find that too much Lavender can wreck a scent.
This bath bomb is a slow fizzer, and leaves trails of hot pink across the water along with a froth of white, which makes for gorgeous bath art. You also get a little bit of silver glitter, but not a crazy amount to leave you dripping in the stuff.
In The Water
The end result is a deep pink which is a truly beautiful colour. There is also a little bit of white froth, but it doesn’t last for long. The scent also doesn’t linger, which is a bit of a shame.
I will definitely be picking this up again, as I love everything about it!
I also included this bath bomb in my last haul!
That was my Lush Think Pink 2017 Bath Bomb Review.
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