Lush Secret Garden Bath Bomb - Review

Saturday, 14 March 2015

I was given the Secret Garden Bath Bomb as part of the goody bag at the Mothers Day and Easter Blogger Event in Lush Cardiff. It looked great, the colours are vibrant and the smell is quite floral. I don't really use bath bombs that often so I was looking forward to having a change in routine.

When I first put the bath bomb in I was quite shocked by the colour of the water. It instantly turned a very dark green colour and looked really murky. That soon changed though and as it started to create more bubbles the water changed to a nice bright green. 

The scent isn't something I would usually choose as I prefer fruitier smells but again, it was a lovely change. The only downside, I would say, is the bits of flowers that were floating around the bath. They eventually either got stuck to me or just made a mess in the bath after the water drained which I wasn't a massive fan of. 

What are your favourites from Lush's Mother's Day and Easter launch?

Abi xo


  1. This sounds great! I'm always a bit apprehensive though when using bath bombs with confetti. It always feels like a good idea at the time but the aftermath is annoying!
    Great review
    Leanne xx

  2. Looks so pretty! I got my Mum this for Mothers' Day! Abi :)

  3. This sounds and looks so lovely! You can never go wrong with a lush product!
    Rachel Coco

  4. I love the look of Bath Bombs with confetti but I go agree with you it makes a mess. I have seen the Bunny Bath Bomb and it looks so cute.