I have another delicious Lush product up for review: the Golden Egg bath bomb melt!
(This was kindly sent to me for review :D).
(Yup, you read that right...it is a bath bomb and a bath melt all-in-one!)
Here is what Lush has to say about the Golden Egg:
"Creamy honey-toffee luxury
Your Easter egg hunt stops here! This spectacular new invention has combined a Bath Bomb and a Luxury Bath Melt to create (drumroll please…) the Bath Bomb Melt! The creamy, moisturizing cocoa butter exterior encases a fizzy Bath Bomb center, and the whole egg is dusted in a delicate golden luster. Even better? This new invention has the classic honey-toffee fragrance of our best-selling Honey I Washed The Kids soap. Wherever your Easter egg hunt begins, make sure it finishes with a Golden Egg bath!"
First off, look at how beautiful this is!! :D
The is soooo sparkly! But the sparkles are made out of mica (both iron oxides and synthetic fluorphlogopite, which is a synthetic material based on fluorine, silicate and aluminium), instead of the traditional glitters that many products use. This means that it is much better for our environment as it is made from magnesium aluminium silicate sheets stuck together with potassium ions, vs. plastic (which never breaks down).
As this is a bath bomb within a bath melt, the outside of the egg is more soft and will melt if handled (so be careful!!).
This has a lovely Honey I Washed the Kids scent, but it is not at all overpowering when used in the bath. :)
Time to watch it work!
Leaving a trail of sparkly goodness!
The outer shell melting into the water.
A pile of gorgeous golden/copper bliss!
A few minutes in, and the bomb was still this big!! :O
I love how there is a thin layer of foam over top.
Lovely golden colour:
Wowee!! This is a real beauty! :D
I asked my sister if she would like to try the Golden Egg out for me, and here are her thoughts:
Scent: Very lovely and not too strong; the classic sweet honey-toffee fragrance of Honey I Washed the Kids soap.
Water: Smooth (softened) and very sparkly. While it shows some of the sparkles in the photos above, apparently there were so many more in the water, and they looked really beautiful! :D
Skin: Soft and moisturized, and not left with any greasy film. Very slight HIWTK scent.
Other thoughts: when she came out of the bath, her skin had a lot of lovely mica scattered over it, and when she was telling me about her review in the kitchen, I could see the sparkles catching the light.
It looks really pretty, but do note that you will have a lot of mica on you, so if you are not a big fan of having a shimmer on your skin, you may want to give yourself an extra rinse or two with plain water before leaving the bath.
The time it took for the egg to vanish was around 10 minutes!!! :O This is by far the longest I have ever seen a bath bomb/melt take to dissolve, so that is pretty awesome! :D
There was a lot of mica left in the bath after the water drained out, as our bath is very flat on the bottom and doesn't have a tilt to help facilitate drainage. So, while the mica is easily washed away from the sides with water, it takes a bit for it to actually make it down the drain. XD
She gives this two thumbs up (or a 10/10), and would definitely use it again!! :D
What are your thoughts on Lush's Easter collection this year? I think that they have done a fantastic job, and I am really glad that I was able to try these awesome products out!! :D I always look forward to their holiday collections, and seeing what they think up next.
Have a wonderful night!!