Lush Butterfly Ball Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Bath Bomb / Contains essential oils. / Type: Bath Melt/Foam / Subcategory: Butter / What it does: enrichses, destresses, / Honeysuckle scented for a sweet-smelling and relaxing bath treat /
Newest Review: ... glad I tried this product, but I don't think it's one I would regularly purchase. I would be more inclined if it didn't have ... more
Customer Lush Butterfly Ball Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/01/10, updated on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I've just had a new experience - I've just lost my Lush Bath Ball virginity! Despite the legions of Lush fans on Dooyoo and the many good reviews I've read, I've just never got Lush. I had some soap from there once and wasn't very impressed... and someone once bought me a bath ball years ago. Unfortunately I left it on the bathroom shelf and it got damp and ruined, so I never got a chance to use it. Anyway, whilst stashing away all my new Christmas smellies recently, I came across a Lush bag in my beauty cupboard with a pink and white bath ball that I had totally forgotten about (a present last Christmas) - I decided to use it in the next bath I took. I will add ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/08, updated on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Unfortunately Lush have discontinued this bath bomb for a while to make room for new products - please bring it back lush!! The butterfly ball is the ultimate in girly luxury the ball is a purply/pink colour and when you pop it in your bath it eventually disolves and turns your bath into a pale pink bath containing petals and a glittery butterfly - sometimes even two butterflys in the balls that I have had. Children love it too and get that excited look when they see the butterfly. My son usually only likes things for boys but he loves this ballistic as he likes to scoop the butterflys out. Butterfly bath ballistic contains jasmine flowers, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/08, updated on 26/08/08 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I am getting into Lush in a big way at the moment but when I ran out of gorgeous bath treats I just couldn't justify a trip out to the shop as I don't have one locally so I decided to give online ordering a try. Normally I buy a lot of things online as I like the convenience but prefer to buy things like this in a shop so that I can smell them first. My parcel arrived from Lush and I was dying to open it so dived in and started smelling all the things that I hadn't tried before. The butterfly ball was a last minute addition to the order (thanks people at Lush who took the order out of the pickers hand and added this to it!) as I had forgot to order ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/08, updated on 29/05/08 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Unbelievably, considering the amount of time I spend reading reviews, especially Lush reviews, when I'm stood in Lush in front of the huge selection of bath bombs my mind goes blank as to what is supposed to be best. I decided, since I was spending a fair amount (eeek, how do I explain this to the other half, I only went in for a shampoo bar!) that getting a bath bomb wasn't going to make a huge difference to the over all total, so decided to treat myself. I was being a fairly good girl and looking at the cheapest options, which were this, Butterball and Waving Not Drowning all at £1.95 each. As to whether this is cheap or expensive really depends how you look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09, updated on 09/01/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I am not that familiar with Lush products anymore and haven't bought any for some years now. However, for my birthday a few weeks ago my dear sister-in-law sent me a Lush parcel containing 4 different products including this one (I've not tried the other 3 so won't be reviewing them yet). After running a suitably hot bath, I grabbed the butterfly bath bomb from the box as it looked quite appealing. Half pink and half lilac with bits in. I read the label in the box telling me the bomb contained jasmine flowers, cornflower petals, larkspur flowers, everlasting flower absolute, ylang ylang oil, sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and fabric ... Read the complete review
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