This fruity favourite has returned - Pick this berry when you need to untangle knotted thoughts. Fizzing into lovely lilac waters, Blackberry Bath Bomb has a sweet but earthy fragrance, setting your feet firmly back on the ground so you feel more rooted. As it is released into the water, woody olibanum covers the skin in a soothing slip, hydrating and softening. Found in essential oils such as lemongrass and neroli, limonene adds an uplifting, clarifying kick, working in harmony with cleansing bergamot. Sink deep into the steamy water and let your worries dissolve.
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About 2 years ago
Definitely one of my favourite lush bombs. It smells incredible, not exactly blackberry scented, much better than I expected. Not sweet fruity, but woody/musky fruity, hard to explain but an amazing smell that appeals to men and women. At a lower price it is equal in quality to the more expensive bombs. It does fizz quickly and doesn't put on...
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About 3 years ago
This is such a beautiful bath bomb. it makes the water amazing and leaves skin so soft there is no need for moisturiser. Thank you lush for your endless amount of bath time fun. P.S why dont lush make candles????!!!!
About 1 month ago
As lush enthusiasts, myself and my baby brother do not get into a bath unless there is some fizzy magic going on inside and it is safe to say the Blackberry Bomb is our favourite. The colour and smell of the bath is incredible and my favourite part is the smell that remains in your bathroom and on your skin afterwards - the result of amazing and pure ingredients.
Will rant about this bathbomb all day long but not enough stores stock it !!!
1 day ago
About 1 day ago
The smell is lovely and the colour is very pretty. For some reason this bath bomb left my skin so dry it was insanely itchy. I’m not sure if I got a dud or it’s because of my sensitive skin but either way, it was pretty horrendous. Not sure I would recommend for sensitive skin. I’d like to think it was a fluke. Very strange.
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