LUSH bath bomb haul

Hey everyone! 

So today I bring you an exciting lush haul filled with a few online exclusives! I recently popped over to the lush website to restock my bath bomb collection and I thought I’d try a few online exclusive bombs that I haven’t had my hands on yet and can’t wait to try! 

I’ve done a lot of lush haul posts and reviewed a few but I thought you’d all be interested in this haul because of the new goodies! If you see anything below you’d like me to review then just let me know and I’ll be sure to do a post on it! 

Metamorphosis bath bomb £4.25 ahh the famous metamorphosis BLACK bath bomb. It isn’t everyday you get to try a grey/black coloured bath bomb but I think it’s the uniqueness that entices it in the first place. Well that and the black lustre glitter on the outside! I love me a glittery bath and I can’t wait to try this one out and see what exciting show it produces. I’ve heard the inside is bright pink…

Think Pink bath bomb £4.25 so think pink isn’t an online exclusive and I’ve actually picked up two of these recently because they’re a revamp of an original bath bomb lush used to produce. He old think Pink was small but sweet but did lack a little bit of excitement and there new one isn’t letting it down so far. It’s super sparkly and smells just like sherbert which is why I had to buy two, I can’t wait to see how this one turns out! 

Cyanide Pill bath bomb £3.95  half of me feels like no one should be putting anything called ‘cyanide pill’ in their bath but the other half of me is super excited to see this one in the tub. It’s super bright yellow and apparently is filled with sparkle so what’s there not to love? The name just adds some extra excitement into the mix.

Guardian of the Forest bath bomb £4.25 I think this one is one of my favourite smelling bombs from this haul. There’s an earthy smell to it but it’s super gorgeous and I can’t wait to try this one out. One of my favourite coloured baths is a green one so I think I’m gonna love the end colour of this in my bath and I can’t wait! 

Ylang Song Bombshell bath bomb £4.25the last kitchen exclusive I picked up was the ylang song bombshell. I don’t normally go for the florally bombs but I did like the sound of ylang ylang and peony and thought this might be a lovely one to relax with. I have a sneaky feeling this is gonna be one where you end up bathing with lots of flower petals but I’m totally okay with that. 

Blackberry Bath Bomb £3.50 and finally I picked up my old favourite and faithful blackberry bath bomb. This is my all time favourite lush product and I will never tire of using it time and time again. I love the scent and the fact it lasts on my skin and there’s the added bonus of it reducing anxiety and tension. I just LOVE it. 

And that’s everything! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and don’t forget to head over to my new Instagram (SandyStefBlog) and follow me there too for extra nit bits! 

Love, S x


5 thoughts on “LUSH bath bomb haul

  1. OK, so I have a hard time with Lush products because I used to eat shaving cream as a kid…….And I know that’s been 20 years, but I’m afraid I will just be sitting in the bath, running a blackberry bath bomb under the water and my childhood self will be like ” come on, what’s one little bite? Remember the shaving cream?


    1. This is possibly the most interesting comment I’ve ever received😂 I strangely understand it though, some of the lush bits definitely look and smell good enough to eat; if you’ve ever spotted creamy candy bubble bar – that one is definitely one that smells like it would taste fantastic! I suppose you have to tell yourself: girl, it might look and smell like it would taste good but in the end it won’t and there’ll be immediate regret…just like with the shaving cream.

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