When I went into Lush after their 30th anniversary release, I didn’t really know what I wanted. I had it in my head that I was going to buy the Kappa (which I did), but I had no idea what else was coming home with me. But when I smelled Magma, I knew I wouldn’t be leaving without it.
Can we stop for a minute, and just appreciate how dang cute this bath bomb is, please?
As I’m sure many of you are aware, Lush released a TON of products last week; it was their biggest launch ever! There is an incredible selection of new items, and they definitely have reason to celebrate, because it’s the 30th anniversary of Lush inventing the bath bomb! One of the products that came out with this launch is the Kappa, and I wanted it to be my first one that I shared with you, because Kappas have some really neat mythology to them.
Last year, my incredible friend Paige got me some lovely self care products for Christmas. One of those items was a massive black bath bomb from BeYOUtiful Bath Bombs, a store in Spokane, Washington. I recently had the pleasure of trying it out (after cutting it in half), and wow, what a soak!
Alright, we know I love a good bath, and I love a good Lush product. Once again, Lush has stayed the game with Rainbow Worrier, and once again, I can’t repurchase it.
I’m not going to lie to you, Fangirls; I did not like this bath bomb. It put on a pretty dang good show, but I realized that I should have done my research before ordering this from Lush UK. This bath bomb was not for me, but some of you may like it.
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.