Sunday, 3 April 2016

Beauty Review: Lush's Divination Reusable Bubble Bar!

When I posted my Lush Oxford Street Exclusives Haul I knew the first product I wanted to try was the Divination Reusable Bubble Bar because it smells like Parma Violets (the best smelling but worst tasting sweets) and I could make all the Professor Trelawney references while I was using it.

It matched the book too well not to use it!


The first time I used it, the bronze glitter-y coating mixed with the purple underneath to make a mauve but after that it was a lovely deep purple. It lasted five baths which, for its size is pretty impressive, and they were all full of bubbles. The string makes it easy to hold under the water while your bath fills, although it does drop off it near the end. You can definitely smell the scent when you're in the bath but it doesn't linger on my skin- it never does for me.

It's £5.95 but if you can get yourself down to London or if it pops up on Lush Kitchen then I really recommend it since it lasts so long! 

“From now on, I don't care if my tea leaves spell 'Die, Ron, Die,' I'm chucking them in the bin where they belong.” 

Have you ever tried any of the Lush Oxford Street exclusives? Do you think you'll try to get your hands on this?

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