Friday, March 28, 2014

LUSH Rose Queen Bath Bomb

Hey y'all!  Today I have a review of Rose Queen bath bomb from LUSH.  If you follow me on Instagram, then you've seen the pictures.  A few weeks ago a friend & I went to our local mall for a day of shopping.  She went to get the last of her free birthday goodies from a few places and I went specifically for LUSH.  We both walked out with stuff, though I only snagged 4 bath bombs.

Until then, I'd only tried Butterball and even got more of it because I love it so much.  I grabbed 2 others, and Rose Queen was one of them.

Lush Rose Queen

After a full day of shopping, I needed a bath.  I have a HUGE garden tub, so I don't cut mine in half like a few people I know do.  I plopped this into the water as it ran and it did its thing.  I noticed that the water started looking kinda hot pink, then got lighter.  In fact, the picture below seems a little lighter than it was in real life.

 I relaxed and had some music going while I read on my Nook.  As you can see, there are bits of flowers in this bomb.  I even picked up a few of the stem-y looking pieces and could smell something floral on some and something citrus-y on others.  It was a lighter fragrance than I expected.  I could smell it on my skin until I took a shower the next morning and it wasn't overpowering.

I think if I were to get this specific one again I'd buy 2 and use them at the same time.  I'm trying to slowly try new things so I want to work my way through the selections.

This and other bath bombs can be found at your local LUSH store or online(and some are online only) at & retails for $5.25 for a 3.2oz ball. 

INGREDIENTS: Sodium Bicarbonate , Citric Acid , Fragrance , Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) , Cistus Oil (Cistus ladaniferus) , Labdanum Resinoid (Cistus labdaniferus) , Golden Needle Lily Petals (Hemerocallis fulva) , Amaranth Flowers (Gomphrena globosa) , Apple Blossom (Pyrus malus) , Honeysuckle Flowers (Lonica Caprifolium) , Blue Mallow Flowers (Malva sylvestris) , Larkspur Flowers (Delphinium consolida) , *Citral , *Citronellol , *Limonene , *Linalool , Benzyl Alcohol , Benzyl Salicylate , Geraniol , Hydroxcitronellal , FD&C Red No. 28

1 comment:

  1. Great review! It turns the bath water into such a pretty pink :)


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