Considering it’s been nearly a year since my last bath bomb review, I thought it was time to add another one to the mix. Today’s review is on Goddess, a bath bomb inspired by Ariana Grande’s music video for God is a Woman.
Goddess was originally available at the Lush Showcase, but soon got put on the website. I’m still not 100% if it’s permanent, but I think it is.
Let’s get into my Lush Goddess Bath Bomb Review!
First things first, the price. This is one expensive bath bomb. Goddess costs £5.95, which is a lot for one bath bomb. You could split this in half, but it is dipped on one side, one of the baths may not be that great. It could be brilliant, but I’m not sure. I know, I’m so helpful.
This bath bomb smells great, it contains: Oudh Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Sandalwood Oil and Fair Trade Colombian Cocoa Butter. It’s not the strongest scent Lush have on offer, but it’s still there. It’s floral from the Jasmine, but at the same a little bit musky from the Oudh and Sandalwood. In the bath I thought it was very faint, and not really there, which was a bit of a shame.
In the Water
Goddess is a fast fizzer with a limited colour scheme. Having a limited colour scheme isn’t really a bad thing, it’s just not something I expected for £5.95. As soon as this hits the water it fizzes with purple, white and, well… purple.
It is a really pretty bath bomb, and if you like purple then you will love this. It leaves the water a deep purple colour, and the cocoa butter really helps to moisturise the skin.
Overall this is a lovely bath bomb. It looks beautiful before the water and whilst in it, which is exactly what we want from a bath bomb. I don’t think it’s worth the price tag, but the Ariana Grande correlation has probably bumped the price up.
Will you be trying this bath bomb?
That was my Lush Goddess Bath Bomb Review!
Thank you for reading!