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Once Upon A Bathtime: Big Blue Bomb, Lush
January 23, 2013, 2:51 pm
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Big Blue Bath Bomb, Lush

I have an unhealthy confession to make to you all – I love salt. I love it on my chips and I love salted caramel hot chocolates, but most importantly I adore sea salt-based beauty products, so I just had to use Lush’s Big Blue bath bomb for my next Once Upon A Bathtime post (see my previous review of The Enchanter).


I know, I’m just teasing you…

Just one glimpse inside the packaging reminded me why I was so drawn to it in the first place – the blue and white shades reminded me of the sea and it smelt so good. The fact that it has lavender and lemon oils in it was a bonus – I love both of those ingredients. It also helped that the sales advisor gave it to me for free, as it was her favourite one. FREE + BATHILICIOUS – what could be better?!


Out of its cage and ready to go!

All things blue and beautiful was the theme of my bathtime experience, and so I made good use of two other Lush faves – Ocean Salt (facial scrub) and Rub Rub Rub (shower scrub). I had immersed myself in a room that even mermaids would be proud of!


She wore blueeeee velvetttt….

The Big Blue instantly transformed the water into my very own clear blue ocean. I thought of the people who had been jetting off to tropical islands this winter and smiled, thinking ‘take that, bitches, I’ve made my own holiday experience for less than £5, in the comfort of my own home’. It was a temporary antidote to my major envy.


Isle de Natasha

Looks like a postcard, right?

And my love affair with all things royal and cobalt didn’t stop after my bath – I carried on the party for one by lighting my all-time favourite candle – Lily-Flame Silent Night. Needless to say, I slept well.

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