I initially had no idea why this bath bomb from Lush Cosmetics was called a Frozen bath bomb. Frozen in colour, yes, and theme – and no, it’s not just my Disney-fried brain making the connection here; in the description of this bath bomb on the Lush website, there’s all sorts of references to “Let(ting) It Go” and “enjoying the most magical soak in the kingdom” – but the scent? I was expecting mint, or something sort of mentholated. This smells like citrus floor cleaner, at times bracing and not altogether natural.
So I didn’t enjoy the scent all that much (I actually like very, very few of Lush’s scents) and my poor guy came dented and dinged all to hell and back (which has virtually no bearing on the bath bomb’s performance, although I like it when my pretty bath goodies are actually, you know, pretty) but once it hit the tub, it exceeded my admittedly rather low expectations.
What a stunner! Erupting into a mass of pale, creamy bubbles, this Frozen bath bomb quickly cracked open, unleashing a torrent of dark turquoise water sprinkled with champagne-hued mica dust. Once the big show was over and done, an act that took but a few minutes (a pretty average amount of time for a bath bomb to break down) this bomb split into two neat halves, the shimmery little islands spiraling off to different ends of the tub to float among the icy blue, glitter-dusted water.
So the water’s an icy blue and it’s called a Frozen bath bomb – is that all I got for ya? Well, then, right as I was about to step into the tub, I noticed that the creamy white bubbles floating along the surface of the water had formed themselves into fine swirls around and in between the little trapped clusters of shimmery mica dust. The resulting look is fine skirls of snow drifting across a frozen pond, and it’s so beautiful! A truly gorgeous effect, those bath time Frozen fjords.
Really one of those bath bombs where the payoff came long after the big show – glad I glanced down before destroying this lovely, unintentional bath art by sticking my foot through it!
Shame about the scent, though – if the smell of this bath bomb were a bit more in line with its otherwise fantastic themeing, it’d be a solid 10 of a bath product. $8.95 at Lush.ca, and, as nearly always, vegan-friendly.
8 thoughts on “Frozen Over: A Mini Lush Review”
Love this one! Makes the water so glittery X
Totally! It was pretty awesome – even just laying there all still, the glitter was still swirling around. Very cool.
That looks amazing!
Thanks very much! It was quite nice, actually. Hopefully the smell will be somebody else’s cup of tea. 🙂
You can’t go wrong with a bath bomb that results in pretty blue water!
No, you cannot. Certainly beats water the colour of bong water.
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