Friday, 22 December 2017

Lush Thundersnow Bath Bomb Review

Some bath bombs go into your bath and you don't know what to expect from it. Thundersnow was one of those bath bombs because the name sounded just weird. Now, I've used it I can totally understand the name. But more about that later...

So the ingredients on the website state this bath bomb:

Sodium Bicarbinate, Citric Acid, Popping Candy, Columbian Cocoa Absolute, Peppermint Oil, Water (aqua), Cream of Tartar, Titanium Dioxide, Gardenia Extract, Sodium Laureth Sulfate,  Lauryl Betaine, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Perfume ,Colour 42090, Colour 19140

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.

This bath bomb smelt like mint choc chip ice cream. Like not a cheap over powered mint ice cream but one of those classy posh ice creams which are less overpowering and more delicious...does that even make sense. It smells lovely if that helps.

Ahh back to what I said at the beginning. When I ordered my Thundersnow I didn't know what to expect and why it was called what it's called. So the name comes from the popping candy inside the bath bomb. It is designed so that the pops sound like thunder during the storm.

That mixed in with the blue-turquoise colour of the water and the white bubbles, which are like the snow flurries that we all saw a few weeks ago in the UK all wrap up into a lovely bath bomb experience which was very pleasant.

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