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!’
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.’
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.’
Splash 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.
Description taken from Lush ‘Feeling blue? Toss this fizzer into the tub and make a splash! As it dissolves into a calming azure hue, the inviting scents of neroli and lime beckon you in. Dive in and brace yourself for a refreshing citrus wake up call, then bask in the vivid ice-blue waters until you’re ready to take on the world.’
Shijimi Butterfly 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’s another butterfly design by the talented Gary Shears!
Description taken from Lush ‘When sleep feels out of reach, let this marbled butterfly take you under its wing. Sink deep into its swirling blue waters and flutter on the gentle breeze of calming lavender and chamomile. Feel your eyes wander lazily over the hypnotic waves of color, then land in a serene state of mind, ready for the blissful cocoon of a restful night’s sleep.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Chamomile Blue Oil (Matricaria Chamomilla), Lavender Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia), Cream of Tartar (Potassium Bitartrate), Water (Aqua), Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Dipropylene Glycol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, *Linalool, Fragrance, Iron Oxides, Blue 1 Lake, Blue 1.
Original price: £3.95 Vegan: yes Size: Availability: Harajuku Exclusive 2019 Scent family: My rating:
Sushi 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.
Description taken from Lush ‘When your skin needs some sustenance, roll into the tub with this fizzer for a creamy, uplifting soak. Sink into soothing, opaque waters while the zesty Brazilian orange and Sicilian red mandarin oil work their wonders on your tired senses. A moisturizing middle sits in the center of this bomb, ready to bestow rich hydration for a silky-soft feeling all over.’
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Corn Starch (Zea Mays), Talc, Glycerine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Brazilian Orange Oil (Citrus Sinensis), Sicilian Red Mandarin Oil (Citrus Nobilis), Water (Aqua), Titanium Dioxide, DRF Alcohol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, *Limonene, Fragrance, Iron Oxides, Yellow 5 Lake, Blue 1 Lake, Red 4.
Original price: Vegan: yes Size: Availability: Harajuku Exclusive 2019 Scent family: My rating:
Youki Hi is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store but has also been released as a kitchen exclusive. It will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine.
Description taken from Lush ‘ Jasmine lovers rejoice! The scent once found in our beloved Flying Fox Shower Gel is back in bath bomb form. This glittery fizzer is filled with the floral scents of not only sensual, heady jasmine but also ylang ylang, palmarosa and gardenia oils. The grounding scent of cypress oil balances the floral bouquet, while real sea salt and cream of tartar gently soften skin. Bathe in a shimmering garden oasis with this sensual treasure. ‘
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. ‘
Yokozuna 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. When I first received my package of exclusive bath bombs, this one definitely was the strongest smelling. I immediately recognised that delicious and mouthwatering sea salted caramel scent – the scent of a soap with the same name. This is yet another cute invention by the talented Gary Shears and he based it on a sumo wrestler. Take a look at the photo gallery below to see the prototypes that were made before deciding on the final design! Yokozuna is the highest rank a sumo wrestler can achieve before they are deemed the master of champions. When Yokozuna bath bomb hit the water I immediately noticed that it was a fast fizzer. The colours spewed out across the surface but it didn’t create much bath art. This was designed that way because the average length of a sumo fight is 4 seconds. I was a tiny bit disappointed to find that the scent wasn’t very potent when being used but the coarse sea salt flakes made up for it in regards to the effect it had on my skin. Before a fight, sumo wrestlers throw salt into the air to purify and cleanse the fighting ring.. hence the bath bomb containing red sea salt. I could smell the bath bomb on my skin after getting out of the bath for quite a few hours which is odd considering it was weak in the bath. I probably wouldn’t try again unless the formula was tweaked a bit, but it’s definitely a lovely bomb.
Description taken from Lush ‘ Wrestling with worries? This deceptively sweet bomb is here to ease your troubles. While you disrobe, our heavy-hitting fizzer fills the water with its burnt umber hue and coarse sea salt to soften skin and uplift the senses. The scent itself is a battle of contradictory fragrances that meet at a happy medium: from the ultra-floral ylang ylang oil to the softly sweet tonka and vanilla absolutes—plus a bit of clove leaf oil for added kick. Hit the bath hard and sweat it out with Yokozuna. ‘