Set sail to the tropical island of your dreams. Lie back on the soft sand, the warm waters lapping at your feet, the breeze scented like tropical fruits. Climb into your bath and pop in this king of coconuts. Jelly leisurely spreads across the water, softening as it goes. Condition your skin with coconut cream and bask in the warmth that a cinnamon leaf undercurrent brings. Relax and refresh yourself in your own little piece of paradise.
About 7 months ago
I love this Jelly Bomb!! Smells amazing and make my skin feels lovely and smooth. I would definitely buy again
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About 8 months ago
Oh lush.... what are you doing?! I was so excited to try this, and I was oh so let down. I completely get the whole 'thai green curry' aroma that other people mentioned once it hits the water, which wasn't necessarily unpleasant but not really what I was expecting. Anyway, it took a good 10 minutes to fizzle out and left big white globules of gunk floating on the top of my water... reminiscent of bacon fat. Honestly, the whole experience was grim. Apart from the colour being the only saving point, this bath bomb has utterly baffled me. The consistency of the water was little to no change.Read More
About 1 month ago
Okay there is mixed reviews on this product and how wrong are the haters this product doesn't only smell beautiful but leaves your skin feeling beautifully smooth.
nice quick Fields with beautiful jelly instantly then after 10 minutes jelly mixes with the water leaving a lovely smooth bath water.
easy to clean off the bath.
what a brilliant jelly Bomb.
2 weeks ago
About 2 weeks ago
It is a lovely smell - coconut is my all time favourite - and my skin feels amazing after having a bath with this. But I was promised Jelly on top and??? It didn’t happen. A lady in lush told me I had to have the water really hot for it to react, so I literally just filled the bath with hot water in order to the best results and still not jelly. Disappointed about the jelly :(
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