06 December 2012

Review: Twilight bath bomb by Lush

Winter is here and it is freezing cold outside. I am someone who only starts feeling happy and warm when there are at least 30°C outside. In order to stay warm in winter I love to take a hot bubble bath every now and then and recently I used one of Lush's gorgeous bath ballistics for it: Twilight.

Now, even if you are not a fan of the movies or books I think you should give the Lush version of it a try. It smells delicious and is large enough to use it twice. Trust me, I tried it.

Now, the ballistic itself is pink from the outside and has a moon and stars on it. You pop it into the water and it starts to dissolve and foam a bit. After a while the pink layer will be gone and you will be left with a blue bath bomb. What I did was to remove it from the water at this point. I put it aside and let it dry. The water in my bath tub was now pink and simply smelled delicious.

The next time I took a bath I used the remaining blue part of the Twilight bath bomb. It still smelled great but not as strong as before. The water was all blue and glittery which was probably supposed to be the vampire part of this experience.

I must admit that I was a bit disappointed of the bubbles because I loooooooove love love bubble baths and the product barely produced any. Well, I guess that's their nature...

Picture taken from the official Lush.co.uk website

Name: Twilight Bath Bomb
Company: Lush
Price: 3.20 GBP
Pro: smells fantastic, big enough to use it twice
Contra: the glitter can be a bit annoying. Also if you want a lot of bubbles you should look for something else.

Total rating: 4/5

I enjoyed both hot baths very much and will probably buy the Twilight one again, even though you end up being a bit glittery afterwards. But it simply smells way too good not to buy it again, so all in all, if you want to treat yourself with something special from time to time, I can really recommend it !

I hope you get the chance to try and see for yourself soon !

Enjoy the cold season and stay warm and healthy :)

So long~



  1. Hi Sasu, you could easily try and make your own bathbombs oder bathmelts;

    It's an easy-going way, you can add colours and flavours as you want and I'm sure you are going to enjoy them.
    Moreover you'd save a lot of money ....


  2. danke für dein Kommentar :) und ja ich weiß was du meinst. Ich glaub das ist aber fast immer so - wenn man wo wohnt, sieht man es mit ganz anderen Augen :) Nichtsdestotrotz ist London ohne Zweifel eine tolle Stadt würde ich sagen :) Darf ich fragen woher du bist? Lernst du Deutsch oder bist du aus Deutschland?

    Viele liebe Grüße