Lush Blackberry Bath Bomb Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Melt / Type: Bath Bomb / Subcategory: Bath Melt / Bath Foam / Give your spirit the boost it needs with bergamot, frankincense & berries /
Newest Review: ... with other bath bombs and it makes the bath uncomfortable then. I've just checked the Lush website, as I'm trying to be more ... more
Customer Lush Blackberry Bath Bomb Reviews (35)
by - written on 07/04/08 (Very useful, 129 readings)
After my bad experience with Haagenbath, I still felt in the need for some pampering so headed off to my local Lush store to try a product I had not tried before. I told the assistant in the store the problems I had with Haagenbath, so she recommended the Lush Blackberry Bath Ballistic. It was one of the larger size (orange size) bath ballistics and cost £2.35. Admittedly, I could get bath products at a cheaper price, but there is just something about Lush products which keep me loyal. This ballistic is a violet rather than deep purple colour with the word BOMB etched on the top, and the scent is less blackberry and more parma violet sweets, which I absolutely love. It .. Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/08, updated on 03/04/08 (Very useful, 207 readings)
Again in Lush at Meadowhall. I was looking for holiday clothes but stumbled into Lush as usual. I looked around and saw my old favourites but something else caught my eye. Blackberry Bath Bomb. I thought I'll buy that and relax myself with a gorgeous bath before the holiday. The Bath Bomb was £2.35 and weighs 180g. So tonight, aching and tired from work, I decided to have a bath. While I wait for the bathroom to warm, I take the Blackberry Bath Bomb out of its paper bag and look at it. It's a purpely blue colour with the word BOMB engraved on it. I take another sniff like I did in the shop and my nose doesn't like what it smells like. Did the atmosphere of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I've said it before and I'll say it again - I absolutely love Lush. Despite their high prices I still consider it to be my favourite store and I regularly buy products from them in order to make my bath times more relaxing, keep all my senses tingling and my body looking, feeling and smelling its best! Like most, I was first introduced to Lush via their Bath Ballistics and I still often pop into one of my local stores to stock up on a few when I've been paid. I've tried a fair few and am on a mission to try them all. One of my all time favourites which I can't help but keep going back to is this Blackberry Bath Bomb. The bath bomb is a large ball, a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Late last year, I was shopping in Lush and stocking up on all my Christmas products. In the spirit of the shop, which prides itself on using recycled materials and minimal packaging, I brought in yellow bags to reuse. The assistant was impressed and said that I could choose a free bath ballistic as a thank you for being so environmentally concerned! Not one to turn down a freebie, I decided to pick a ballistic I had never tried before - the Blackberry Bath Bomb. Bath ballistics are bath products designed to fizz away in the bath, releasing colour, scent and essential oils. The Blackberry Bath Bomb has been around for a long time, which suggests that it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Although I prefer Lush's bubble bars I do on ocassions use on of their bath bombs. 'Blackberry bath bomb' is one which I am particularly fond of. The ballistic costs £2.65 and weighs in at 180g, which makes it one of Lush's larger ballistics. I've noticed that theyre downsizing a lot of their bath bombs into new 'cuter' sizes, and find this very annoying as I think you need a big one to really appreciate the effect and oils in them. The ballistic is a light purple/lilac colour and has the word 'bomb' imprinted on it in capital letters. It's very smooth all other it's surface and aside from the littereing the only bump is around the circle where the two sides ... Read the complete review
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