Last night I took a bath with the Lush Snow Angel Bath Melt. In this post you can read about the Lush Snow Angel Bath Melt Review.
Lush Snow Angel Bath Melt Review
The Snow Angel Bath Melt is an exclusive bath melt, which is available for the Christmas holidays. Last year in december I bought the Snow Angel Bath Melt during the Christmas sale.
This bath melt is white, in the shape of an angel. The back of the bath melt is covered with golden glitter. I let the water run and gently put the bath melt in the water. The water stays clear at first and the Snow Angel begins to dissolve.
The Snow Angel Bath Melt produces a minimum of foam. There are a lot glitters in this bath melt. The bath melt smells sweet like marzipan and the water turns into a bit of yellow green water.
The bath melt contains some rose absolute, which helps you to relax. Next to that the bath melt contains fair trade organic cocoa butter, which helps to moisturize your skin. All together, Snow Angel is an interesting bath melt. It is actually one of the first Lush bath melts I ever used. Since it is a bath melt, you will see some oil in your bath water.
I am not sure if I like the Snow Angel Bath Melt much. The foam disappears very quickly and the Snow Angel hasn’t dissolved completely. At this point the Snow Angel doesn’t look like an angel anymore, instead it looks like a lump of clay. Therefore I hold it under the water to dissolve it completely, before I get in bath. The color of the bath water isn’t very appealing either.
After taking the bath you do need to rinse your bath, since the bath is completely covered with golden glitters.
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Sodium Bicarbonate | Citric Acid | Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao) | Laureth 4 | Fragrance | Cream of Tartar (Potassium Bitartrate) | Sodium Laureth Sulfate | Benzoin Resinoid (Styrax tonkinensis pierre) | Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) | Cassie Absolute (Acacia farnesiana) (Acacia Farnesiana Extract) | Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) | Water (Aqua) | Titanium Dioxide | Lauryl Betaine | Synthetic Fluorphlogopite | Iron Oxides | Mica | Benzyl Benzoate | Yellow 5
Although you can not buy the Snow Angel Bath Melt now anymore, you can still view the link of the item, click here
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