Friday, 27 December 2013

Review: Lush Lord of Misrule Bath Bomb

We have finally come to the end of my Christmas Lush reviews but I thought I'd do a quick post on my  most recent bath bomb addition- the Lord of Misrule, which is actually a Halloween product I think!

The Lord of Misrule bath bomb is a light teal/green colour with pink specks and a purple centre. As the bomb dissolves in the bath, it gives way to bright green foam and deep pink/wine coloured bath water. Like most Lush bath bombs, it has a subtle, sweet yet slightly spicy fragrance which I honestly have no idea how to describe. The scent itself includes fair trade vanilla absolute, black pepper and patchouli oil but don't let that scare you off as it really is a nice, relaxing scent. According to other reviews it also contains popping candy which is meant to pop and fizz in the water however I didn't notice anything so maybe it differs in each country.

Overall, the Lord of Misrule bath bomb wasn't my favourite of the huge amount of bombs I've tried recently but it definitely wasn't the worst. It's a gorgeous colour and smells amazing so money well spent! You can purchase the Lord of Misrule bath bomb online for $5.50.


  1. Love Lush bath bombs but they can be really over priced sometimes. Amazing post x

  2. The colours in the bath is very Christmas-y. I've ordered some ex-Christmas stock from Lush on special, cannot wait to get them!
    xxx Kat @ Katness

  3. Your bath looks so crazy! Both colours are so bright xxxx

    Verity | Life of Verity

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