Lush Sakura

20 May 2014

Lush Sakura
Whenever I head into Nottingham, Lush is always on my list of places I want to visit. I mostly order online from the Lush website, but for me Lush isn't just about the products and the Lush experience at home. Going in store gives a whole other experience, and I love having a look at all the latest products and deciding what to try next. On my most recent visit, I was looking over the bath ballistic when I spotted the super pretty Sakura (Lush,£3.25) A white bath ballistic spotted with pink, blue and green, topped with green salt crystals. Lush describe Sakura as a celebration of Spring in a bath bomb, bursting with a floral fragrance that is really heavenly; definitely one for the Lush fans who prefer softer scents. With calming Mimosa, Jasmine Oils, Lemon Oil and Orange Flower, it's the perfect scent for an evening bath, helping you to wind down. I popped this under a running bath last night, and instantly the scent left my bathroom smelling like paradise, adding a touch of pale pink to my evening relaxation. This is one I'll definitely be repurchasing! 

What's your favourite Lush bath bomb?

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  1. AnonymousMay 20, 2014

    I love this bath bomb! It's really delicate and so relaxing.

    My own favourite is Ne Worry Pas, as I absolutely adore anything violet scented and it's so soothing. Really want to try the badger one! So cute and a good cause!


    Amber Ablaze

  2. This just looks so pretty! Sounds like the smell is up my street too... Need to visit Lush again :)

    Alex | PinkElephantBlog

  3. I love Lush bathbombs! Such a treat when you're feeling blue :) x

  4. AnonymousMay 20, 2014

    this sounds so lovely , love the way it looks too
    very tempted to try it :) will check out lush tommorow
    Melissa | The Inked Blonde

  5. this looks so great! I used my first ever lush bath bomb yesterday and loved it! so fun but I still prefer the bubble bars
    Allison from

  6. I recently popped into Lush and picked up a few treats! I saw this one but wasn't sure about it, may have to give it a go next time! :) x

  7. I ve never tested lush products!
    But I d love too!
    Have a fab weekend my dear!

  8. I haven't really bought any bath products from Lush for years now as they're a little out of my price range but as it was for such a good cause I did buy one of the May Day badger bath bombs. It's not a spectacular one in terms of turning the bath a pretty colour or having a strong scent but it does work really well on your skin. I've currently got excessively dry/bordering on eczema skin on my back and when I came out of the bath it was so soft and smooth and soothed x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty