Best Lush bath bombs – the top six picks to treat yourself to

LUSH is well known for its bath-bombs, so much so that they’re almost synonymous.

There are plenty of great bath bombs on the market, and the best from Lush make your bath fizz with vibrancy, colour and good vibes – adding a luxurious yet fun element.

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This year, Lush is celebrating 30 years since the first bath bomb was created.

Since then, it’s sold hundreds of millions all over the world, and gained some heavyweight celebrity fans along the way.

Stars that have been spotted buying bath bombs over the years include Leonardo DiCaprio, Gwyneth Paltrow, Johnny Depp, Britney Spears, Julia Roberts, and Kylie Minogue.

Hillary Clinton was even spotted bagging one in Covent Garden when she was the First Lady.

So fans are in good company – here we check out the UK’s six best selling Lush bath bombs, and find out what the fuss is all about with the

75 variations to choose from.

1. Dragon’s Egg

1. Dragon's Egg
  • Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb, £3.95 from Lush – buy here

Breathe a little fire into your bath with the UK’s favourite bath bomb, Dragon’s Egg.

Watch golden ‘flames’ streak across the water as lemon and bergamot oils cleanse and uplift while jasmine absolute soothes your mind, and your skin.

A little splash of popping candy adds extra fizz to the fun, too. Go on, be the mother of dragons.

2. Intergalactic

2. Intergalactic
  • Intergalactic Bath Bomb, £4.75 – buy here

Blast your bath off into space with an interstellar bomb that leaves the water looking all sorts of cosmic.

Funky pinks, purples and blues mix with refreshing peppermint to boost your mood, while restoring vetivert oil relaxes and rejuvenates. Warming cedarwood also works to tone and balance.

But never mind that, just look at those vibrant neon colours. We love the Guardians of the Galaxy vibe. Dive in and lift off!

3. Goddess

3. Goddess
  • Goddess Bath Bomb, £5.95 from Lush – buy here

Purple reign! Relax into silvery, lilac liquid luxury with this shimmery jasmine-scented bath bomb of beauty.

Fair trade cocoa butter and shea butter mix with a skin-softening slick of liquid gold argan oil for a trio of moisturising marvels.

The shea and argan are created by women in Ghana and Morocco, empowering local female workers, too. Because we’re all Goddesses.

4. Sakura

4. Sakura
  • Sakura Bath Bomb, £3.75 from Lush – buy here

This bath bomb is bloomin’ lovely.

Infused with calming mimosa and jasmine oils, there’s also lemon oil and orange flower to give a nod to the delicious scents of spring.

Inspired by the pretty cherry blossom in Japan, this ball of optimism evokes the joyful feelings the first signs of spring bring.

5. Twilight

5. Twilight
  • Twilight Bath Bomb, £3.95 from Lush – buy here

You’ll float into a deep sleep after bathing in this snooze-inducing bath bomb.

Designed to help you drift off, it’s infused with calming lavender, often used to help aid sleep, while benzoin and tonka make it feel like you’re washing in a milky malt drink.

The colours are also dreamy, with shades of the setting sun turning into a shimmering deep purple as the dark sets in. Night, night!

6. Sex Bomb

6. Sex Bomb
  • Sex Bomb Bath Bomb, £3.95 each from Lush – buy here

Get in the mood for love with a sensual bath bomb that’s seductive and scent from heaven.

Jasmine is an ancient aphrodisiac, and also eases stress and anxiety, helping you to relax.

Meanwhile, clary clears your mind and ylang ylang soothes your worries for a tantalising soak in the tub.


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