Top 5 Lush Bath Bombs


As people who know me and read my blogs would know, I am a big lover of Lush bath bombs and bubble bars. So I thought I would share my top 5 lush bath bombs in no particular order from the permanent range. I’m sure I have lots I like from each seasonal range, for instance I want to try nearly all the new Easter range. I didn’t want to talk about something from say Valentines day or Christmas that you can’t buy or go smell at the moment! They aren’t the cheapest bath products you can buy but I think they are worth the money. Purely for the excitement I get of watching them fizz in the bath, change my bath water pretty colours, the pretty design of them and of course the amazing variety of scents! 


This is the perfect bath bomb to use in the evening before bed. The main scent of this bath bomb is lavender and malt,  lush describes the malt scent as ‘benzoin and tonka call to mind a milky caramel malt drink’ which is why I think I like this so much. It’s not too floral even though lavender is the main scent,  you also get a hint of sweetness making this a really pretty scent. Lavender is known for its sleep inducing properties, so this bath bomb is exactly what you need if you want to relax. Its pink on the outside but once you pop this into your bath it fizzes and around and creates a multi-coloured fizz in your bath, then leaves your water a deep purple colour!

Blackberry Bath Bomb

I only recently tried this bath bomb, it never really appealed to me as its one of the simpler looking bath bombs lush do. I can honestly say I LOVE this so much!  The scent of this is amazing its a blackberry and musque scent, its super feminine but not too sweet and sickly! The smell of this really fills the room and lingers on your skin for ages, this bath bomb is also meant to be super relaxing and relieve nervous tension and stress, perfect for an anxious person like me! It might not look very exciting but it smells amazing and once its done fizzing around your bath, you will see a piece of saying ‘BOOM’ which is a cute and quirky touch and your bath is left a pretty purple colour!


Another bath bomb that looks plain on the outside but smells delicious and leaves your skin moisturised! The smell of this is very clean, fresh and subtly sweet, it contains cocoa butter, vanilla and musk! The best bit about this bath bomb is the chunks of cocoa butter that are released into your bath as it fizzes around. You can feel the moisturising residue on your skin in the bath and it leaves your skin feeling soft and moisturised without being greasy!


This bath bomb looks like a little lilac flying saucer with rose gold dust sprinkled on top.  It’s so pretty and the scent is just as pretty and girly. It’s very fruity and sweet, with grapefruit oils, bergamot oil and almond oil. It has popping candy inside so it crackles and fizzes when you pop it into your bath, slightly more exciting than your regular bubble bath, I think you’ll agree!


This is a new favourite of mine, lush says this is perfect if you need to improve your mood or put you in the right one wink wink (naughty!). The scent of this bath bomb is beautiful it’s  a really sexy and feminine scent as the name would suggest. It contains  jasmine absolute,  ylang ylang and clary sage oils! This is definitely a very floral smell and its very strong, which I really like as it fills the room with its smell and lingers on your skin. Of course you can’t fault lush for their bath bomb designs and this one doesn’t t disappoint.  It’s a pink and purple two-tone colour with a cute rice paper flower that floats and dissolves into your bath, what more could you want!


What are your favourite Lush bath bombs?

Anna x

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