Fruity Giant Bombshell bath bomb is a new Harajuku exclusive that is being released in the uk to celebrate 30 yers since Mo Constantine invented the first bath bomb. We actually previously saw it back in 2018 at the showcase and lush oxford street for a limited time.
This two part bath bomb contains dried lemon, lime and orange slices in the centre and is scented with sicilian lemon, cassia and bergamot.
Description taken from Lush – ‘Zesty, sweet-scented citrus slices swirl in sunset-coloured water, bringing you back to lazy summer evenings with a lemonade in hand. Brightening bergamot adds a cheerful ambience to your soak, while cassia oil works as a natural cleanser, leaving your skin feeling reinvigorated and refreshed.’
Flower Power bath bomb is a new Harajuku exclusive that is being released in the uk to celebrate 30 yers since Mo Constantine invented the first bath bomb.
Description taken from Lush – ‘A herbal blend for your head, shoulders, knees and toes – Flower Power is packed with petals and wrapped in biodegradable muslin. When dipped in warm water, the fresh flowers begin to infuse, creating a mellow but cheerful bouquet. With aromatic honeysuckle, verdant meadowsweet and soothing sunflower, this bath bomb will help to calm and clear your skin. Once you’re done, you can pop the muslin wrapping in the compost.’
Figaro Figaro bath bomb is a new Harajuku exclusive that is being released in the uk to celebrate 30 years since Mo Constantine invented the first bath bomb.
Description taken from Lush – ‘Change your tune with a bath bomb built for crooners. Laden with soothing natural ingredients, Figaro will strike a (vocal) chord and leave you shouting “encore”. A herbal quartet of peppermint, sage, thyme and eucalyptus oil release aromatic steam, helping you to find your voice again. Step out ready to take centre stage.’
Fairy Jasmine bath bomb was brought back for the 30th anniversary celebrations for the first ever bath bomb invented by Mo Constantine. It’s part of the silky underwear family and contains vetivert, jasmine and ylang ylang. All That Jas is another bath bomb from Lush that has the same scent but without any of the lustre. According to LushaLot’s blog, this jasmine fueled beauty first made an appearance in 2006! Description taken from Lush – ‘It’s the glitter things that count, right? So run yourself a sparkle-filled soak and let jasmine, vetivert and ylang ylang cast their spell. As floral, fairy dust-infused waters soften skin, you’ll begin to feel your batteries recharge – as if by magic! *No fairies were harmed in the making of this bewitchingly shimmering bomb.’
The new Deep Sleep bath bomb is part of the 30th anniversary celebrations for the first bath bomb created by Mo Constantine! This one is full of lavender and roman chamomile flowers which is why it is contained within a biodegradable muslin cloth. It has a very strong true lavender scent. Slightly herbal, slightly sweet but definitely not the same as the Twilight/Sleepy scent family from Lush. I would say it is closer to A French Kiss bubble bar scentwise. Description taken from Lush – ‘Wide-eyed and struggling to switch off? This soporific decoction will help you doze off. Lavender and Roman chamomile flowers are wrapped in biodegradable muslin, infusing in the warm water to create a hypnotic blend. As lavender balances, neroli alleviates worries, clearing your mind until you begin to…Zzz.’
The comforter bath bomb was created to be one of the community favourites back in 2018. It was then made a harajuku exclusive for 2019 and has been released across the UK in certain stores to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first bath bomb. The classic comforter scent has been around for a long time from Lush. It contains bergamot, cassis and cyrpress which creates a perfectly mouthwatering blackcurrant scent. We have had this scent in many products before.. the comforter bubble bar being the most popular and well known one. Many lushies were sad to see the comforter shower cream discontinued back in 2017 so it’s not surprising that this bath bomb has been the centre of attention since it was released. . . Description taken from Lush – ‘Fizzing fast to create fruity foam of purple, pink and white, this cloud-like ball of cassis will help you unwind before you hit the hay. A merry berry blanket of blackcurrant comforts and a burst of brightening bergamot oil refreshes and resets the mind. Meanwhile, soothing cypress oil ushers in a tide of comfort and joy.’
Chocomint bath bomb – which used to be called haagenbath when previously released in the Lush Kitchen! This creamy pink beauty smells just like mint chocolate chip ice cream. It will be released throughout the UK as part of the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb invention celebrations. Description taken from Lush – ‘Ice cream is best enjoyed by the tub-full, and this mint-chocolate ice cream inspired treat is no different. Pop it into your bath and luxuriate in the creamy, skin softening waters infused with spearmint, cocoa butter and almond oil. Whatever your reason for craving the sweet stuff, be it a breakup, make-up, pick-me-up or a perk me up, there’s #NoJudgement here – just a comforting hug of mint chocolate deliciousness.’
Calavera bath bomb has been a classic for quite a few years now. We have seen it in the Lush Kitchen a couple of times and it is usually released around Halloween time but the most recent was as part of the community favourite in 2018. It will be released across the UK as part of the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb invention celebrations. It contains delicate little marigold petals which appear from the neon green spewing core. It is part of the Calacas/Day of the Ded scent family – if you’re not familiar with these products then you may recognise it from Monsters Ball bath bomb from more recent Halloween seasonal releases. A gorgeous combination of olibanum, lime and neroli oils create a mouth watering lime gummy bear scent. Description taken from Lush – ‘If you’re feeling a little… dead, a soak in a Calacas-scented cauldron of spicy olibanum, lime, and neroli oil is sure to revive you. Lift your spirits and sink deep, deep down into warming waters alive with dancing souls, or are they marigold petals? You decide.’
Bom Perignon bath bomb has been seen in the past in the lush kitchen. The scent is somewhat citrusy.. similar to champagen and ever so slightly more sophisticated than a regular citrus product from Lush. It doesn’t create any bath art but makes the water look milky. This was made an exclusive in Harajuku when the bath bomb store opened and is now rolling out to certain UK stores in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb invented by Mo Constantine. Description taken from Lush – ‘You deserve the finest things in life – by the litre-full! So pour yourself a bathtime cocktail of mood-boosting grapefruit and tangerine oils, and let champagne-scented waters raise your spirits! Cheers to that!’