It’s been a while since I took a bath, but last night I took a bath with the Lush Tisty Tosty bath bomb. In this post you can read about the Lush Tisty Tosty Bath Bomb Review.
Lush Tisty Tosty Bath Bomb Review
The Tisty Tosty bath bomb is an exclusive bath bomb, which was available for the Valentine collection. The bath bomb is a pink heart with a few dried roses inside of the bath bomb.
I let the water run and gently put the bath bomb in the water. The water instantly turns into a pink color.
The Tisty Tosty bath bomb produces no foam and there are no glitters in this bath bomb. Then bath bomb dissolves rather quickly and soon the heartshape of the bath bomb dissapears.
The bath bomb contains some rose absolute, which gives it a strong rose scent. Next to that, the bath bomb also contains some geranium oil and jasmine absolute. It gives this bath bomb a very floral scent. Altogether the oils leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth.
At some point the rose petals will float along the surface of the water, it is a bath with clear pink bath water with some rose petals here and there. To be honest I think that this looks rather plain, so I add a piece of bubble bar to my bath to add some foam to it.
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Sodium Bicarbonate | Citric Acid | Seven Rosebuds | Rose Absolute | Geranium Oil | Lemon Oil | Jasmine Absolute | Orris Root Powder | Water (Aqua) | Propylene Glycol | Linalool | Limonene | Benzyl Salicylate | Geraniol | Citronellol | Perfume | Colour 45410
With my added bubble bar, the bath has quite some amount of white bubbles, which I am very fond of. Note that the Tisty Tosty bath bomb does not produce any amount of foam, so the photo below is the result of Tisty Tosty and a piece of Lush bubble bar.
The Tisty Tosty bath bomb is currently sold out in the online webshop, but you can view the link here
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