Beauty

Lush Blue Skies Bubble Bar

Even though this doesn’t seem to be a new product, I’ve never noticed this particular bubble bar in Lush before. As soon as I saw it though, I was sold. After all, it has the same name as my blog — how could I say no?!

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Its full name is Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds which is kind of totally cute. It’s quite a big product so I decided I’d get two uses out of it although I had to get L to break it in half for me because it’s pretty hard and solid (I probably also just need to work on my upper body strength!).

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With a pretty blue and white swirly pattern, it has quite a strong, deep and exotic smell. Containing patchouli and frankincense, it’s designed to calm and relax.

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To start, I popped half the bar straight under the running water. It foamed and created lots of frothy bubbles, tinting the water a pale shade of blue. It was taking quite a while to dissolve so after a few minutes, I scooped out the remaining chunk and crumbled it up directly under the tap which changed the water to a brighter and more beautiful shade of blue. It looks especially gorgeous against the puffy white bubbles!

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Like pretty much all Lush products, this bubble bar feels so indulgent and leaves skin luxuriously soft. It’s not my favourite smell — I definitely prefer the sweeter rather than spicy scents — but I love the colour and overall effect. I felt so chilled out afterwards as well so it definitely done its job — perfect choice if you’re looking to unwind at the end of the day!

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