And Who Will We Be Scaring Today? | Lush Halloween Range 2017

As you probably already know, I absolutely love it when Lush releases one of their limited edition ranges. That’s why when I had heard that they had released their Halloween 2017 range, I of course had to hop onto their website and check everything out. Well after checking everything out, I eventually bought the Monsters Ball Bath Bomb, and the Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Lush say about both of these amazing Bath Bombs.

The Monsters Ball Bath Bomb.

Eye spy with my little eye, something beginning with BOO! This monster mash-up of Lime and Neroli Oils is a sure fire way to get the party started. Toss into a hot bath and watch it go. Olibanum Oil relaxes and leaves you feelin’ Franken-fine all night long.

The Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb.

If there’s something in your nightly bath, who you gonna call?
Launch this slimer into the water and let the gooey Seaweed Gel ooze across the surface, softening your skin as it goes. If you’re feeling ghoulish, the uplifting Tangerine, Grapefruit and restorative Litsea Cubeba Oils will have you in high spirits in no time.

A bright hot pink spherical bath bomb with a white bath bomb inside it that has a black coloured pupil embedded into it to resemble an eye ball, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Monsters Ball Bath Bomb.

The Monsters Ball Bath Bomb.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as I thought that it’s blend of Lime, Neroli and Cocoa Butter kind of reminded me of the Yankee Candle Vanilla Lime fragrance, but with a little bit more of a stronger Citrus note to it.

What it did in my bath.

I really liked what this did in my bath, as once it hit the water, it fizzed and hissed for a second or so before releasing streams of beautiful Blue and Pink all over the surface of the water that eventually blended together and turned my entire bath a gorgeous sparkling Purple colour. I also noticed that after I had gotten into the bath that the Cocoa Butter centre had dissolved, and had left little blobs of Cocoa Butter all over the surface of the water.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as it left my skin feeling both gorgeously soft and intensely moisturised without leaving it feeling greasy. I also really liked that it’s delicate sweet Lime scent lasted on my skin for a good couple of hours after I had finally gotten out of the bath.

A bright yellow coloured spherical bath bomb with some hexagonal detailing and a ghost engraved on the top of it, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb.

The Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb.

It’s scent.

I absolutely loved it’s scent, as I thought that it’s blend of Tangerine and Grapefruit kind of reminded me of the scent you get whenever you peel a Satsuma.

I would really like Lush to release more products in this scent, as I thought that it was absolutely delicious. But I have a feeling that it’s only going to be around for a short while, as they also have the Tree’d Bath Oil in the Christmas 2017 range that also has the same scent.

What it did in my bath.

I really liked what this did in my bath, as once it hit the water, it fizzed and hissed for a second or so before releasing streams of vibrant Green and Purple all over the surface of the water that eventually blended together to create a very psychedelic looking bath. I was a little disappointed with it’s Jelly though, as I found that this only released about a teaspoons worth of Jelly into my bath. Which given that it was meant to be a Jelly Bomb, was pretty annoying.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as I really liked that it left my skin feeling incredibly soft and moisturised without leaving it feeling greasy. I also really liked that it’s scent lasted on my skin for a good couple of hours afterwards too.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Monsters Ball Bath Bomb a nine out of ten, and the Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb an eight out of ten. I really liked the Monsters Ball Bath Bomb, as I loved it’s delicate sweet Lime scent, what it did in my bath, and especially it’s results, but I would have preferred it to have smelt a little bit stronger. I also really liked the Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb, as I absolutely loved it’s sharp Citrus scent, what it did in my bath, and it’s results, but as I said, I was a little disappointed that it only released a tiny amount of Jelly.

If you would like to check out any of the Lush Halloween range 2017 for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local Lush store, or you can find the entire range online here.

Both of these Bath Bombs are part of the Lush Halloween range 2017, which is a limited edition range, so if you do want to check them out for yourselves, make sure you pick them up before they’re gone.

Have you tried any of the Lush Halloween range 2017 yet? What did you try? What did you think of it? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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