So I jumped on the Jelly Bath Bomb hype. I purchased Marmalade along with alot of other lush products when I was having a bit of a splurge.
It took ages to fizz and had a lovely fragrance however the jelly appeared in lumps on the surface of my bath – not quite sure how this is supposed to moisturise?
I wouldn’t purchase this again it was £5 pounds ish and I’m not quite sure it lived up to expectations.
This bad boy was a slower fizzer and turned my water the colour of tropical lagoons! The scent was pretty subtle and the water had a nice shimmer to it. I bought it because it looked fun – not the best bath bomb I’ve had (I like a strong fragrance) so I probably wouldn’t buy it again.
When in Liverpool who can resist a yellow submarine. This beauty realised so much glitter which made for a lovely sparkly bath. The fragrance was more subtle than I’d have liked.
A bit of a disappoinment for me! A long time fan of lush bathbombs this one fizzed incredibly quickly. It did however leave an unusual, almost citrusy, smell behind and turned my water a delightful shade of green.