When I heard about the new Harajuku bath bombs, of which 54 out of 89 came to Europe, it didn’t take long before I spotted Lucky Cat. It’s pink, it’s a cat — enough reasons to buy it. (Not that I needed any reason at all, but okay) I’ve heard different opinions on this fizzing cat, especially about its effect in the bath. It’s slightly smaller than the average bath bomb, but knowing Lush, that doesn’t have to mean anything. Off to the bathroom, we went!
If you’re curious about this bath bomb, make sure you continue reading.
“It’s been 30 years since Lush invented the bath bomb, and we’re celebrating with our biggest bath bomb launch ever! Starting on March 29, all these fizzers will be available online, and a locally-curated selection will be available in your favorite store.”
All bath bombs are vegan 💚
One of the best known fragrances of Lush is Honey I Washed The Kids. Products of this fragrance line contain the delicious scent of honey, vanilla and caramel. I have had almost all products with this fragrance, and every time I use them, I really enjoy the warm scent. I was therefore curious about the bath bomb with this exact same scent. So hop, from the shopping basket directly into the bath.
The Olive Branch shower gel is a product that has been in the Lush main collection for a while now. I have already bought this product several times now, due to the mere fact that I’m in love with the scent. When I saw that there is a bath bomb with this scent, I ordered it right away. I mean, what kind of monster do you have to be to let this one slide? If you’re curious, read on.