LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb Review, Demo: I was quite hesitant to pick this one up, for one it looked no fun, two, it is comparatively smaller than the rest of the LUSH bathbombs, three, vanilla buttery scents are not really up my alley.
I picked this one up and gave a sniff , decided to give it a try . Today I am reviewing one of the most loved bathbomb from lush called “butterball “.
About LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
It may look unassuming, but don’t let that fool you: this fizzer is nothing less than a little slice of bathing heaven. Pop it into your tub and lie back among a dreamy vanilla scent and a blanket of creamy, buttery froth. Hot baths can leave your skin feeling dried out, but Butterball’s generous flecks of fair trade organic cocoa butter keep every inch of your skin soft and hydrated.
How to Use LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
Fill your bathtub with warm water, drop in the bath bomb and lie back to enjoy its lovely color and gorgeous fragrance.
Ingredients in LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
Sodium Bicarbonate Citric Acid Fair Trade Cocoa Butter (Theobroma Cacao) Synthetic Musk Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga Odorata) Fragrance
Price of LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
$4.95 for 3.1 oz in USA
£2.95 for 90 g in UK
A$5.95 for 90 g in Australia
In Detail LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb Review, Demo and My Experience
The product comes in a paper bag with necessary details on it.
Butterball is a white ballistic with brown specks of cocoa butter. It weighs only 87grams.. almost half the size of most of the bombs they make. The dry bomb smells of sweet vanilla and cocao butter, slightly floral, subtle sweet and not too sickly sweet. I was pleasantly surprised by the smell, I dint think I would like it when I picked it up.
This is a boring bomb but does wonders for the skin, you don’t always need over the top glitz and glam, sometimes simple things do great job and leave you in awe.
If you are looking for a bathbomb that leave you moisturized and plump skin then this is it!
You can tell by looking at the bathbomb that’s theres gonna be no show! It a simple white bomb with brown specks, plop it in hot water, the bomb starts fizzing with the pleasing fizzing sound, and you can see flecks of cocoa butter emitting from the bomb and melting in the water, and brown buttery goodness floating .
“goodness for the skin, not very pleasing to the eyes”. It looked like I was soaking in greasy water. The bomb dissolved in like a minute. It left the water slightly milky with melted butter floating around. This bomb makes the tub really slippery.
I was very tired and had back pain, sore muscles and sore feet when I decided I want to relax and chose this bathbomb from my bomb stash.
Ylang ylang oil one of the ingredient in it is used in aromatherapy to treat stress and depression, as well as relaxing the nervous system, and relieves anger, panic and fear. Cocao butter is soothing and softening in properties
Did it work?
The bomb sure did relax me and took away the soreness from my body and I had a sound sleep.
My body was left replenished with moisture and had a beautiful scent that lasted overnight.
This bath bomb is tiny but mighty! jam packed with all the cocao butter goodness ,this will keep you hydrated for days after..
There was a slightly greasy residue left after I pulled the drain but nothing that I couldn’t get off with spraying down the tub with really hot water.
LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb Demo
Pros of LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
- Subtle sweet scent
- Loaded with soothing cocao butter
- Moisturizes skin for days
Cons of LUSH Butterball Bath Bomb
- No fun
- Unpleasant to soak in
- Makes the tub slippery
- Leaves tub residue
- Fill the tub half way with really hot water to dissolve the buttery bits in the bomb.
- Only use this one when your skin really needs deep moisturization.
- Always be cautious when getting in the tub.