Karma Yantra is a large flat bath bomb that shares the same scent as Karma – the most classic and well known lush scent!
Description taken from Lush ‘Soothe your soul with Karma Yantra’s balancing blend of earthy patchouli and woody pine. Orange and lemongrass oils round out its lingering scent to uplift your mind and eliminate your woes, while spicy elemi oil offers an ingrained sense of peace. After this meditative soak, you’ll step out the bath ready to spread kindness and positivity.’
Bewitched bubble bar is a pretty recent addition to the halloween range at Lush and has since become a staple to any lushies halloween haul. It has the complex sultana of soap/blackberry bath bomb scent which is both sweet and complex. It’s very hard to explain this scent without actually smelling it for yourself. It may look obvious that this product creates black bath water but this truly does make the water opaque and a perfect base for any halloween bath cocktail. The bubbles are super fluffy and the fragrance is strong in the water. I have found myself pairing this product with many other bath bombs as it is so versatile. Despite the price increase in 2018, I think it is still worth the money.
Agbogbloshie bath bomb was a product we saw from the 2018 Lush Summit. The summit is an event heavily focused on charities and campaigns that cover a huge range of issues across the world. Agbogbloshie is the nickname of the commercial district in the capital of Ghana. A place where automobile and electronic scrap is collected; it is also alleged that it is part of the unethical exportation network for the environmental dumping of electric waste from industrialised nations. Basically whether these claims are true or not, it is still a highly hazardous place for residents and workers due to the burning of said e-waste. There are huge concerns about human health in the surrounding areas and this bath bomb was created to draw attention to these issues.
Onto the actual bath bomb, this was quite the popular product at the Summit in 2018 down to the design and the scent. Apart from stating the glaringly obvious that it is shaped like a phone, it also smelled like Calacas! A truly popular scent throughout the Lush community, this meant it sold out faster than most of the other exclusives at the event. When used, it would slowly fizz and created a thick layer of foam on the surface of the water. Check out the photos and videos below to see how it performed and looked like in the water.
Ne Worry Pas 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 was also a lush kitchen exclusive back in 2015. It has a really subtle and creamy violet scent which works really well to help relax in the bath. I only used this specific bomb pictured in January 2019 and considering it was made 3 and a half years ago, it really did perform quite well! Just check out the demo down below to see what I mean. My skin was left so soft after using this product and if it were ever to make an appearance again, I would definitely jump at the chance to buy more.
Description taken from Lush ‘When your worries have got the best of you, hop into the comforting embrace of Ne Worry Pas. This sweet and comforting jasmine, bergamot and cedarwood bomb isn’t scientifically proven to be the closest thing to a human hug you can get, but it’s pretty close. Drop it into the water, sink in, and let its skin-softening, floral blend envelop you in total relaxation. ‘
Lucky Cat 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 also made an appearance at the new naked store in Manchester.
It is quite a small sized bath bomb which on first impressions, I was a little disappointed with. People had been saying it was Sex Bomb scented however since I’ve had it in my possession, it’s definitely part of the ‘Ghost’ scent family! It’s a lovely botanical blend of jasmine, neroli and ylang ylang which is punchy yet quite subtle. Some floral scents set off my headaches (like Eyeball bath bomb from Halloween 2018) but this one is actually really lovely. Unfortunately, the lovely lustrous pink appearance is only an overspray whilst the inside colour leaves a lot to be desired. When this bomb hit the water I was actually really impressed and whilst filming the demo I couldn’t help but think WOAH. As soon as it started to fizz it created a bunch of foam and reacted with the bubble bar I had used in the water. There wasn’t much bath art however the fragrance really did smacked me in the face, I didn’t really mind all too much. Upon closer examination, I noticed cute little cellulose stars in the centre which really adds to the cute aspect.
Description taken from Lush ‘ Feelin’ lucky? This pink kitty beckons you to the bath with its botanical scent. Fizzing fast into fluffy fuchsia waters, Lucky Cat’s multi-colored stars burst from the center, waving in good fortune and leaving you feline fine. With a classic, botanical blend of jasmine absolute, neroli and ylang ylang, this is one fresh and floral kitty that’ll leave you feeling brand mew. ‘