Geode 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. The scent is very reminiscent of the more recent and popular Peachy bath bomb from the Valentines day range. Description taken from Lush – ‘This precious geode is formed from mineral-rich salt and antibacterial sodium bicarbonate, drawing out impurities from the skin to leave it feeling thoroughly cleansed. As it cracks open with popping candy, pearl lustre escapes like fragments of agate and the water turns an eye-catching gold and pink colour. Lavender absolute and bergamot work in harmony, leaving your mind crystal clear.’
Ginger Ninja 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. It’s part of the Ginger scent family. Description taken from Lush – ‘Hidden inside this stealthy ninja lies an abundance of highly skilled ingredients working undercover. This balancing bath bomb will help you to keep a cool head no matter what life throws at you, while sharp Sicilian red mandarin and enlivening bergamot oil will leave you feeling quick-witted and alert. Swiftly fizzing around your bath, Ginger Ninja leaves a trail of copper lustre. Warming ginger gives a powerful punch, before this cunning bath bomb disappears in a flash of popping candy!’
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.’