Lush Tisty Tosty Bath Ballistic Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Bath Salt
Newest Review: ... This does add some silky softness to the bath water although nowhere near as much as other Lush Ballistics do. Some of them ... more
Customer Lush Tisty Tosty Bath Ballistic Reviews (31)
by - written on 24/07/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
A few weeks ago I finally got around to trying every Lush Bath Ballistic currently available (a rather enjoyable task I have to say). Not willing to go without any more Lush baths until new Ballistics came out I've obviously had to go back to some old favourites. I'm really enjoying rose scented beauty products at the moment, I'm finding them a great match for this wonderful weather we're currently having. Keeping this in mind on my recent visit to a Lush store I picked up a couple of rose inspired Ballistics, one being Tisty Tosty. This beautiful looking bath product comes in the shape of a heart, a rather large heart at that. This fills up the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Whilst I was browsing through the aisles of my local Lush store on my last visit I was approached by a sales assistant who told me about a special offer they had going in the store that day. For £5 they were offering customers a facial and the chance to make and take away your own ballistic. As I'd been on my feet for several hours and was quite tired out this sounded blissful and I quickly snapped up the offer. The facial lasted about 15 minutes. Before starting I was asked about my skin-type and what products I used as part of my skin care regime. The assistant then suggested some products to try and started by cleansing my skin with (Ultrabland). She then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I fell in love with the idea of the Tisty Tosty when a Lush sales assistant told me about it. Lush made Tisty Tosty on the inspiration of a literary critic though she didn't saw who. It was based on a spell used to stir passions and bring love to you, depending on the state of mind of the caster. The caster of the spell had to be in a positive state of mind for the spell to work. I absolutely loved the idea that Tisty Tosty was based on a love spell and the sales assistant told me that the roses used in Tisty Tosty were the same ones which Cleopatra seduced Antony with. Whether this was true or not I was completely sold on the idea! The Tisty Tosty costs £2.95 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
This is actually one of the first bath ballistics I ever bought from Lush but for some reason I thought I had already reviewed it which is why Ive never written about it until now. I liked the idea of this one simply because it had rose petals in it and I thought that would make for a proper relaxing bath - in the end it did just amount to extra mess that had to clean up but more on that later. Now even though I do really like the ballistics from Lush I wouldn't say they are my favourite product by far because they don't really do anything except change the colour of the water whereas with a bubble bar you get the bubbles as well but even so I do try as many as I can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I received Tisty Tosty Bath Ballistic as a gift and was impressed by it's cute heart shape and the baby ruse buds that are encased in the bath ballistic. For any Lush virgins (a sin in itself!) a bath ballistic is dropepd into the bath when you have stopped running the water and are ready to jump in. Once released into the water it fizzes away, it can change the colour of the water, release essential oils and ingredients into the water to moisturise, nourish and lift your mood but they can also release other special things in the water such as rosebuds or glitter or even a special message! It contains Rose absolute and orris root to give a pleasant romantic ... Read the complete review
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