Thursday, February 20, 2014

Lush Cinders Bath Bomb



I've got to write this post before I fall asleep. I've had a FULL day! Anyway, I just got out the bath so I figured the best time to write this is now.....


Lush claims:
Are your ugly sisters and evil stepmother annoying you?
Escape to the bath for an hour with Cinders
This is a bath bomb to evoke the feeling of sitting by a crackling fireside, drinking a glass of warm fruit punch. Cinders is designed to bring comfort at Christmas. Lie back, letting the water support your body, and listen to the fire as the smell of fruit punch fills the room.
Are your ugly sisters and evil stepmother annoying you?
Escape to the bath for an hour with Cinders
This is a bath bomb to evoke the feeling of sitting by a crackling fireside, drinking a glass of warm fruit punch. Cinders is designed to bring comfort at Christmas. Lie back, letting the water support your body, and listen to the fire as the smell of fruit punch fills the room.

So this is another cinnamon bath product from Lush. The first cinnamon bomb I used was Phoenix. While they both have prominent cinnamon scents, they are both completely different. Phoenix was apple pie smelling to me. This was more spicy cinnamon, when I first smelled it I thought I smelled some cherry too.

This one dissolved pretty quickly. It turned the water a pale yellow (snooze!) and had the crackling sound from the pop rocks. I've had bombs with them so I wasn't that excited about the popping noises.

It was a pretty light bath bomb. Didn't really linger or fill up the bathtub. 

As usual, the water felt like it was going to be really softening...and my skin feels ok when I get out the tub then gets progressively drier.

Ingredients:
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Coarse Sea Salt,Popping Candy, Perfume, Gardenia Extract,Almond Essential Oil, Sweet Orange Oil,Cinnamon Leaf Oil, *Cinnamal, *Eugenol,*Limonene, Colour 14700

Overall, it just wasn't that exciting. No recommendation!