The Experimenter Bath Bomb
This has a really strong smell, which I must admit when it first arrived I wasn’t particularly keen on.
However I was so excited that it had finally appeared on the Lush website as its previously been a Oxford street exclusive.
As soon as it hit the water, the smell seemed to immediately change. Into more of a floral and musk type smell. It actually reminded me of Ylang Ylang incense sticks!
As you can see in the video, the second you drop it into the water, it gives off the most beautiful rainbow of colour. It also makes a crackling type noise which is something I haven’t experienced before from their bath bomb range.
Once it has disolved, the water is a deep purple. If you use a bubble bar alongside prior to putting the bomb in, the colours will rest on the bubbles and last a bit longer.
The smell remains on your skin once you are out the bath and have dried off. It also leaves a very light shimmer on your skin as it has some gold glitter in it, but nothing like the Pheonix Rising bath bomb, where it looks like you have bathed in a tub of glitter 😏
Would I recommend it?
Most definitely, it’s the most colourful bath bomb I’ve tried from their collection so far, in fact nothing quite comes close to it.
Kids will love it too because of how bright it is!
Thanks for reading, let me know if you have tried this in the comments below and what you thought of it!