Lush’s Rose Queen Bath Bomb

This is the first review of one of the bath treats from my mini Lush haul that I posted about (here). Mini Lush Haul #2

The Rose Queen Bath Bomb is the one at the very top of the photo. On the Lush website, and in other bloggers photos, it is much brighter pink in colour than the one that I got. But as you can see, the inside of the bath bomb is quite pink:

Lush Rose Queen1

I picked this one for two reasons, the first being that I love rose scented bath products, and the second being that I was told that it was being discontinued, so I knew that I had to try it.

On the Lush website, here’s what they say about the Rose Queen Bath Bomb:

Full of blossoms, petals and a sensuous new rose fragrance, this one is a splendid, sophisticated bomb fit for a queen. When LUSH co-founder and Bath Bomb inventor Mo first dropped one of these in a tub to show everyone her latest invention, she asked if there were enough petals. Everyone said they thought there was plenty, but Mo went ahead and put lots more in to really spoil us!

As you can see from the photo, and read from the description, there are loads of petals in there.

Lush Rose Queen2

Now onto the bath! It fizzed up very quickly, turning the bathwater a lovely shade of pink, and filling the room with the gorgeous scent of roses. As you can see, there are petals floating in the water.

Lush Rose Queen4

The lighting over my bathtub is not the best, so next is a photo that the lighting has been tweaked slightly to try to give a better approximation of the actual colour of the bathwater:

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Overall I did enjoy this bath bomb. I loved the rose scent and the amazing moisturizing properties. I didn’t even need to use body butter afterwards! The colour of the water was pretty as well. My only complaint is all the damn petals! It was like there were petals and twigs and random other bits of plants and flowers that stuck to my skin when I got out of the bath. And worse, the amount of petals (and other debris) that I had to clean out of my bath after draining all the water!

I’d forgotten that I’m not a fan of bath bombs with petals in them. If you don’t mind bits and bobs floating around in your bathwater, then this is the one for you to try before they discontinue it. I’m glad that I picked this one to try even though I didn’t enjoy the mess of petals. Would I get this one again, no. Not unless they made a petal-free version.

Disclosure: This was part of a mini-haul that was partially paid for with a gift card from a friend, and partly paid for by me.

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

27 thoughts on “Lush’s Rose Queen Bath Bomb

  1. Oh this post cracked me up. I was thinking the petals looked so lovely and romantic, but I totally love your irritation at them sticking to your skin and having to clean them up, I would feel exactly the same 🙂
    xx Anne

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  2. I’m another one for whom Lush is kind of overwhelmingly fragranced – to the point that I’ve never bought anything of theirs! Their stuff looks gorgeous, though. Maybe I should venture in one day 😀 ❤ roses!

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  3. I have to say I don’t think I’d be a huge fan off all those floaty things either huni lol sounds a lovely bath bomb if they’d leave out the twigs and petals!! I recently tried the creamy candy bath bomb and it was gorgeous – smelt amazing and no floaties either haha Great review lovely 🙂 Karen xo

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  4. This is so cool, I’ve really tried a bath bomb because but after reading this I really want to try one. The pink color looks really relaxing. So do you put the whole bath bomb inside the bath water?

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