Tuesday, January 05, 2016

Organique Bath Bomb

If you're looking for an alternative to a Lush Bath Bomb, check out Organiques Bath Bomb. I was given one to review and I have been very pleased with it!

There was a lot of choice in the shop, but I decided to go with the Pink Raspberry Bath Bomb. It smells really nice, sweet but not too overpowering, and it's pink! Perfect for us princesses.

The bombs are £3.45 each, which aren't too expensive. From my knowledge, they are cheaper than Lush Bath Bombs. I know that Lush doesn't test on animals but I don't think all of their products are vegan friendly. So if you're a vegan, definitely check out these bath bombs! They come in loads of different colours and scents - check them out here.

Dropping it into the bath, the bomb started fizzing instantly. Within a couple of minutes the whole bath was pink and smelt delightful. As soon as I got in, I could feel how moisturising the water was.

I spent a good 30-40 minutes in the bath with some Christmas tunes. My housemate decided to come and do some colouring whilst I was in the bath, overall an enjoyable experience!

My skin has been left feeling really soft, moisturised and smelling divine. It's a soft sweet scent with a hint of floral. Not too overpowering but you can definitely smell it if you go to smell your skin. The smell even clung onto my towel afterwards!

I've been really pleased with this bath bomb! Have you ever tried one? 

Thank you for reading!

Love, Gweni xxx

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