Calavera Bath Bomb from Lush

Fangirls, I found a new favorite bath bomb, and it’s one I’ll never be able to use again. Calaveras was a part of the holiday exclusives released in the UK, and it was a part of my final order from the company before going on my no buy.

Calaveras is a white bath bomb with a couple spots that look like it could get some serious color out. Even seeing the streaks, I had no idea it would be so intense! I even called my boyfriend in to check out the highlighter colored streaks coming out of this bath bomb.

Scented like calacas (lime candies) Calaveras is creates a beautiful, bright, and soothing bath. I was blown away by a sudden understanding of “no filter needed;” this bath bomb resulted in a highlighter green bath that truly mystified me. Not only was it beautiful, but it was incredibly softening, and I felt so wonderful when I finally got out.

I am torn by this bath bomb, because I am (of course) upset that I only purchased one, but I’m so glad that I did purchase it. I remember hemming and hawing before placing my order, about whether or not I needed another bath bomb (I didn’t need it, that’s for sure). I am quite glad that I got to try it, and that I have a similarly scented shower cream to use, now that the bath bomb is gone. If you keep up with Lush Exclusives, and you see Calaveras in there, I urge you to buy it. It was like no bath bomb I’ve ever used.





















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About Emily Althea

Emily is a 20-something Fangirl in love with too many fandoms. You can find her on Twitter (@DoTheFangirl) and Instagram (@emilyfangirls).
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