Another day, another Lush review. In today’s post we’re going to be talking about the Snow Fairy Jelly Bomb. It definitely seems like the whole Jelly idea hasn’t taken off as well as they’d hoped, as I’ve seen nothing, but mixed reviews. I love Snow Fairy, so I knew I had to give this one a go.
The jelly bombs cost £4.95, so they are more expensive than the Bath Bombs, but that’s probably because these have the added ‘jelly’. These are definitely better for a treat, as the price is a little higher.
Let’s get into my Blogmas Day 17: Lush Snow Fairy Jelly Bomb Review!
The Jelly in this one, didn’t seem so bad. When I used The Big Sleep, there was a lot of chunks floating around, but this one had barely any. Which might be a good thing depending on where you stand on the whole jelly aspect.
This has the classic Snow Fairy scent that a lot of people seem to love. The best way to describe it is that it is very sweet.
Once in the water it slowly fizzes away leaving frothy white and pink behind. After a couple of minutes you can start to see a thin layer of jelly over the top, but it was nothing chunky. This was a very slow, and I waited for what I thought was part of the bath bomb to dissolve, but it turned out to be the only chunk of jelly in the water.
That chunk in the middle is a big bit of jelly
I do think this one contains too much white. I mixed the water to get the true colour, as everything sat on the top and the water hadn’t changed. When it did change it left a very pale lilac behind… which confused me. I really thought this was going to be a strong pink colour, not a really pale lilac.
I can’t say this jelly bomb has wowed me, as it wasn’t what I was expecting at all. For £4.95 I thought it would give a stronger colour. I’m glad I tried this, but I won’t be trying it again.
That was my Blogmas Day 17: Lush Snow Fairy Jelly Bomb Review!
Have you tried any of the Jelly Bombs?
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