Thursday, 14 December 2017

Lush Secret Arts Jelly Bomb Review

When I recently asked some of my YouTube friends to pick some of their favourite Lush products for me to buy and try out,  I got some very intriguing choices.

One of the most intriguing products that I purchased was the Secret Arts Jelly Bath Bomb.

This was my first experience with the newly famous Jelly Bombs. I thought I would write my thoughts.

The ingredients as listed on the website are as follows...

  • Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sodium Alginate, Cornflour, Perfume,Almond essential oil, Brazilian Orange Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Water (Aqua), Titanium Dioxide, Dipropylene Glycol, Laureth 4,Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, Eugenol, Cinnamal, Limonene, Colour 77491, Colour 77266, Colour 17200, Colour 16035, Colour 60725.

  • All ingredients in this product are vegan as it is stated on the website and in store and of course none of the ingredients are from suppliers that test on animals.

    With the three essential oils being Brazilian Orange, Cinnamon Leaf and also Almond essential oils, it is designed to be warming and rejuvinating. However with the bath bomb I had the scent was very light and not overly strong, which was a disappointment.

    Firstly if you want to watch the exprience, watch the demo.
    This bath bomb was a "slow burner" in that it took a while to get going when it was dropped in the bath, probably down to the jelly outside which makes the bath bomb insides more difficult. For me I'm all about the show with a bath bomb and this one just didn't have that, it didn't have that magic.
    Whilst in the bath I didn't feel like I was in a bath of slime which was something I was worried about but the bath bomb left me sitting with little black blobs which felt very unusual to the touch.
    The least enjoyable part of the whole experience was the part after I pulled the plug. This is because after I had got all the remains of black slime off my body I then spent the next 20 minutes cleaning and scrubbing my bath clean.

    Long story short, it was nice for a novelty product but not worth the effort afterwards.

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