Lush Karma Bubble Bar Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Newest Review: ... are swirled into a spiral shape like a candy lollipop. The texture of the Karma Bubble Bar is like slightly moist sand at a ... more
Customer Lush Karma Bubble Bar Reviews (14)
by - written on 19/12/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I recently went into my local highstreet LUSH store with £15 on a giftcard to spend. I am a regular shopper at LUSH so understand that their products are usually quite expensive. I therefore was aiming to buy the cheapest bath treats in the store so I could get as many different items as I could. However when I saw this Karma Bubble Bar I knew I had to have it regardless of the cost. It is £3.15 for one cupcake sized product and was the most expensive thing I purchased. The bright colours and distinctive fragrance were very appealing. The Karma Bubble Bar is a product which you add to your bath in order to create lots of foam. Bubble bars at Lush tend to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Karma Bubble bar This simple pinky orange and golden orange coloured bubble bar in a sort of rounded mound shape with a slight golden coloured whirl through it. The shape is not the one in the photos as that is an older model, the new one is a sort of rounded lump. This scent is one of the oldest ones from Lush and was even in the old 'Cosmetics to Go' range but not in a bubble bar as these are newer inventions. I bought it as I just love the wonderfully exotic patchouli and orangey scent of Karma and I have both the perfume and cream in this scent as well so just had to have this to go with the set. This is a plain bar with no fancy glitter or hidden ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
After buying this for my friends birthday, after being recommended by the Lush staff, I decided that I like the smell so much that I'd buy one for myself, as I wanted something abit different from Lush and the Karma Bubble bar smells and looks more unique compared to other products, I just hope it is as good as it smells! The Karma Bubble bar is roughly the size of my hand, 100g and is oval shaped, but with a flat base. The bubble bar looks quite big, defiantly to big for one bath, but the texture is quite crumbly, so it is easy to break of bits for the bath, so you can have a more Karma bath. The bubble bar is a light orange colour, with a swirl of darker ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Karma Bubble Bar is one of Lush' older bubble bars using one of their most unique but popular scents. The bar is one of the larger-looking of the bubble bars and is a round sort of shape. It's two shades of orange swirled around each other and looks quite inviting. To use, you crumble as much as you want to use (for most bubble bars, about a third, for the bigger ones about a sixth, usually) onto the bottom of the bath then start to run the water. As the water hits the crumbs (get them as small as you can for maximum bubbles!) they turn into lovely, foamy bubbles. I used a full one for my first Karma bath, since I was in an indulgent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Lush's Karma bubble bar has been part of their bubble range for a good few years now. It has been consistant with its price which has always seemed to stay at £2.95 per bubble bar. Looks wise, I have never had a Karma bubble bar look like the one pictured. Mine had always been slightly raised and round in shape instead of the flat slice you see in the Doo Yoo picture. Colour wise it is a mixture of different tones of orange and it has a very strong scent. You don't have to put your nose too close to get a whiff of the orange, patchouli, pine, lemongrass and elemi it is made up of. Some people do find Karma a little bit headache inducing and the scent is very ... Read the complete review
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