Moon spell is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store but will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine. It comes in two halves and they fit together to create a full size bath bomb. I first thought this product would have been lavender scented but on first sniff it was rather subtle and just smelled like generic candy.. almost like a weak scented love boat bath bomb. The ingredients don’t reveal much in regards to the scent apart from brazilian orange oil.
The pink half of Moon Spell is actually a jelly bomb! When in the water, the jelly created was quite delicate and not thick or gloopy like other Lush jelly bombs and there was even tiny little hearts if you looked carefully. It dissolved within a few minutes and didn’t leave any residue around the bath tub. The blue half of Moon Spell was completely solid. It would sink whenever I let go until it started to dissolve and shrink in size. The trail it left on the surface of the water reminded me of the core of Thundersnow bath bomb from Christmas 2017. Check out the pics to see what I mean!

Description taken from Lush ‘ Are you waning or waxing? This double-sided bomb balances things out with a blend of blue and pink that can be used separately or together. Moisturizing carrageenan extract soothes and hydrates dry skin, while Brazilian orange oil tones and brightens. Let your half moons dance and fizz across the surface of the water as they swirl to form one beautiful purple hue. ‘

Demo!

Ingredients:
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Carrageenan Extract (Chondrus crispus), Brazilian Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis), Water (aqua), Glycerine, Gum Arabic (Acacia Senegal), Titanium Dioxide, Dipropylene Glycol, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Hydroxy propyl methylcellulose, Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 42090, Colour 17200.

 

Original price:
Vegan: yes
Size:
Availability: Harajuku Exclusive 2019
Scent family: unknown
My rating: 3/5

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