I was extremely excited about this bath bomb mainly because of the shape, as it’s so different to other bath bombs. Plus it’s cheaper too, as it’s £2.95 compared to the standard £3.95+.
This is my Lush Rocket Science Bath Bomb Review!
It is very similar to Intergalactic, considering they have the same theming and colouring. If you find Intergalactic to be a bit much with all of the glitter, then this is such a good alternative, as it does contain glitter, but not enough to stain your bath and leave you covered for two weeks. In fact you can barely see it.
It also contains little stars, but these seemed to disappear quickly.
Scent wise this is on the fresh side. It contains: Sicilian Lemon Oil and Bergamot Oil. The scent is on the citrus side, but it isn’t overpowering.
Once in the water, it starts to turn the water a really gorgeous shade of blue. Then colours of yellow and pink disperse too. The only downside I find with this is that it takes ages to dissolve, like the jelly bomb that I reviewed it took a good ten minutes and even then it wasn’t fully dissolved.
In The Water
I can imagine this being a great bath bomb for kids considering the fun shape and the bright blue colours. It’s also great for those that like blue baths. This didn’t stain the bath either, so you don’t need to wipe it afterwards.
Overall this is a really great bath bomb. It still delivers beautiful colours at a lower price than the other Lush bath bombs.
That was my Lush Rocket Science Bath Bomb Review!
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