April 18, 2014

Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt Review

This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt

Remember that one time how I told you I loved me some sparkle and shimmer? Well the Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb brings a glittery explosion to your bath.

Holy cow!

The Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt combines two Lush inventions into one Lush bath treat! This is one part Bath Bomb and one part bath melt!

It’s rolled in a ton of glittery gold which scared the hell out of me. Honestly, as much as I love glitter I wasn’t sure I wanted to sink into a tub full of it and get it possibly up in my ahem lady bits and other unmentionable areas. I love this with a passion but the next time around leave out the glitter Lush. For one thing the glitter transfers onto everything and everyone. I highly suggest touching it as little as possible. It comes in a small bag so just open the bath and dump it into the tub without touching it with your hands. It does leave a lot of glitter in and around your tub so clean up is a pain! It doesn’t transfer nearly as much on my body as I worried about though so after stepping out of the tub much of it remained in the tub and not on me PHEW! That’s not to say I didn’t have some glitter on me….so be prepared for that!

Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt swatches

The unique thing about this bomb is it’s rolled in a smooth, creamy cocoa butter! So the exterior is a melt-y moisturizing butter which slowly melts down in warm water. The exterior bath melt encases a fizzing bath bomb center so as it melts down it’ll begin to slowly fizz and sizzle. Typically Lush Bath Bombs fizzle and sizzle out within a few seconds but is actually a slow fizzer so you get to enjoy it for a good 5-8 minutes as it slowly melts down. It’s smells like Honey I Washed the Kids so you get that gorgeous honey-toffee-vanilla scent!

It’s SUPER moisturizing! My skin was slick when I left the tub and the fragrance was strong and lingering.

I loved this bomb! It was amazing however, the glitter was a bit of a killjoy as after having a relaxing bath it wasn’t fun having ti sit around scrubbing the tub…!

Next time around skip the glitter Lush!

The Lush Golden Egg Bath Bomb Melt is a only available for a limited time this Easter so grab it now in stores or online at lush.com.

Tried it?

Do share!

This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

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  • Deb

    Happy Friday Muse! This post has been the highlight of my morning! I almost spit coffee out through my nose on the glittery lady bits part. You crack me up so much! I am still giggling thinking about getting out of the bathtub and my husband wondering what happened there. I will be laughing at this all day. And I’m with you: what’s up with glitter in your bath? Lush? Lush? I’ve accidentally bought a couple of their bath products before that contained glitter and didn’t realize it until it was too late. Can I be the only one that doesn’t want to put that much effort into cleaning the bathtub?

    • Isabella Muse

      Happy Friday! and Happy Easter ๐Ÿ™‚ hahahaha glad you enjoyed that dare I say I had glitter coming out of ahem A$$ ๐Ÿ˜€ haha….! It was a little scary for a sec there. Thankfully it isn’t as crazy once you get in the tub and out but the clean up is a PITA!!! I don’t want to relax in the bath and have to get out only to start scrubbing it! Defeats the purpose of having a relaxing bath jeepers! Hey, your husband might love it hehe! I love glitter but yeah, it can be overkill!

  • Andrea Hernandez

    Is this okay to use on people with sensitive skin…. eczema?

  • JG Hovey

    I just used one. Here is what I do whenever I use any oily product in the tub that makes it slippery (with or without glitter):

    I add shampoo or shower gel or regular bubble bath or whatever to the tub once I’m done and out, and run some more water to basically make a bubble bath. Then I drain the tub.

    For the glitter I just took my shower head, it all rinsed right out, no scrubbing needed. If there had been remaining oil I would have poured some cheap shampoo or bubble bath around the tub then used the shower head again.