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Lush So white Christmas bath bomb

Just over a week ago I posted a Lush Christmas bath bomb haul after I decided to treat myself to some of the products from their Christmas range. After my trip to Alton Towers Sunday before last, that involved an awful lot of walking, my legs were really sore so the following Monday I decided to have a bath and try out one of the bombs. It took me a good few minutes to try and decide which one to go for, but as it was cracked and I was slightly concerned that it would break I chose So white.

Lush So white Christmas bath bomb

Lush So white Christmas bath bomb

Lush So white Christmas bath bomb

As I said in my haul post this one contains bergamot and neroli oil, rose and orange flower absolute and it smells of crisp, sweet apples. 

This is a heavy bomb so when I dropped it into the bath it plunged straight down to the bottom. It began to fizz and started to release a light foam/small amount of bubbles. I knew this is supposed to have a rosy coloured centre but after a couple of minutes I hadn't seen any sign of this. I couldn't see the bomb because it was at the bottom of the bath under the foam it was producing but I think it took so long because this bomb takes a long time to fully dissolve. I'd say it probably took at least five minutes, if not more before it was all gone. Eventually I started to see signs of a rosy colour. Although it didn't start to release a rosy coloured foam the water just started to change colour. My camera wasn't coping with trying to pick up the rosy coloured water but you can just see it in the bottom picture. By the time it had fully dissolved the bath water was a very pretty rosy pink colour. Unfortunately I couldn't really smell the lovely apple scent you got from the complete bomb and after a few minutes of sloshing around a bit the foam on top of the water disappeared, so I was just left with a pink coloured bath.

I didn't notice that my skin particularly benefited from using this one, but I did have a little accident and made the bath too hot and was more concerned with trying to cool down a bit rather than checking how soft my skin was! Would I buy this one again? I'm afraid not as I think it's too expensive for a little bit of foam/bubbles and pink water.

Have you tried So white?

 
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8 comments:

  1. I like colourful baths so I will be giving this one a miss. Would love to try the shower gel offering though.


    Dannie x
    www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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    1. It's pretty expensive for what it offers really. For £3.50 I'd want singing and dancing! x

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  2. The scent sounds delicious - if the bath bomb isn't that strong maybe the shower gel would be a better bet xx

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    1. It's such a lovely scent from the actual bath bomb. My bath does hold an awful lot of water though so it may have diluted a bit too much. I like the sound of a shower gel version though! x

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  3. Ah this looks gorgeous! Need to go to Lush now!

    Laura x
    www.laurahadley.co.uk

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    1. You definitely do when they have their Christmas range in! x

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  4. I was so tempted to try this one out but doesn't really seem to be worth the price tag - I think I'll go for one of the more excting Christmas bath bombs on offer instead! :)

    Rachel | Beauty & The Bird

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    1. I still have all the others in my haul to use so I'm hoping some of those will be a little more exciting x

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