The Snow Fairy Bath Bomb


I am a HUGE fan of Lush’s jelly bombs

Yet I’m just not a fan of Snow Fairy which, I know, is unlike a lot of Lushies.
Snow Fairy took a lot of work to melt down and I had HOT water in there. I know they’re slower, to begin with, but this one was very VERY slow. After a while I ended up holding it under the water, swishing it around the water of the tub, and mushing up the pink chunks of jelly. It was the only thing that was going to work or I was going to either be left with chunks or a cold bath.


Melting, melting, slowly melting


While in the bath, the milky creamy off pink jelly aspect reminded me of bathing in Pepto-Bismol. Like all jelly baths, it DID make my skin incredibly smooth and soft. That’s pretty much where the rating comes from.
The smell is…not something I really am a fan of. It reminds me of those rubber masks you’d get at Halloween that smells something akin to “sweet rubber”. It smelled better once the scent was on my skin after I got out of the bath but, even then, it was only marginally better. I tend to like sweet, sugary scents, but this one just didn’t match up.

I loved the glitter in the water (I love sparkly water!) but the actual color of the water could’ve been a little more vibrant like I know their water can be. In fact, it was pretty dull, which was surprising.

I’m rating this one a 2. It’s not my favorite and probably not something I would purchase for myself again. It didn’t do really much to improve my bath and didn’t really do anything to help out with my fibromyalgia symptoms (no more than what a regular Epsom salt bath would’ve done)

Sorry Lush! You’re on the right track, but it’s just not there.


(I was not paid or compensated in any way for this review, nor will I receive compensation from Lush if you order the item through their site.)