Flowering Tea Bubble Bar from Lush

I finally tried another of my UK products that I’ve been hoarding, and I liked it a lot more than I anticipated! Flowering Tea is a bubble bar from Lush, which means it’s something you use while the water is running instead of when your bath is full. It also means that it’s meant for multiple uses, so there’s no dang reason for me to hoard it.

I bought Flowering Tea while we were in London because I thought there’s nothing more British than buying an exclusive UK bath product that is tea related. I’m not typically a fan of floral scents, nor am I all that much of a tea fan. But I bought it because that’s the kind of “can’t miss an exclusive ever” girl I am.

When I used this the other night, I expected to be overwhelmed by floral notes. I expected it to be terrible, for me to whine, and have a bad time, and then to post a negative review. Luckily I was wrong! This smelled floral, but not in an overwhelming way, and it was great.

Now, I want it to be known that I didn’t take a super deep bath; it was pretty shallow because I have a new tattoo that can’t go underwater yet. That may have had something to do with the scent not being overwhelming. But I’m actually really excited to take  deep bath in this. It creates lovely white bubbles, and your bath water turns white as well. It also has little flowers in the thick bit, and that’s just so dang cute! I didn’t use much of it, but they were starting to come out. It will be lovely when I used bigger chunk of it.

Overall, I really enjoyed Flowering Tea. It was full of lovely scents, oils to help my mood and skin (rosewood, neroli, and orange flower, I’m looking at you), and was a genuinely beautiful bath. I’m excited to use this more, and hoard my bubble bars less. If you’re looking to try this one out for yourself, you can order it here!













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