“Golden Wonder” Lush Bath Bomb Review

I have a love-hate relationship with most seasonal lush bath bombs… I find a favourite smell or colour or experience and then after a couple of weeks they’re gone – generally for another full year!

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“Golden Wonder” is a Christmas bath bomb, shaped wonderfully like a golden wrapped present with a little bow. It’s very sweet looking and very sweet smelling, which is what attracted me to the product. I’ve tried a few seasonal bath bombs, and overall “Golden Wonder” couldn’t quite beat the beauty of “Lord of Misrule“, a Halloween speciality, but it came pretty close.

Golden Wonder Lush Bath Bomb

Because of it’s name and it’s golden exterior, I expected a gold and glittery bath water and I was right… for about 30 seconds. The golden glitter dispersed quickly around the tub, shooting out tiny little golden stars. They were such a lovely surprise, and I absolutely love unexpected additions to bath bombs – like the #VotesForAnimals note inside May Day, and the seaweed inside Big Blue.

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Once the exterior gold had fizzed away, it’s centre of deep blues and purples started to seep out into the water. Again, a lovely surprise!

I wonder if that’s why they shaped it like a gift…

For a moment, it started looking similar to “Intergalactic” because of the galaxy-like colours yet after a while they settled and left a lovely turquoise coloured bath water, and a strong and sweet fruity scent.

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How stunning are the final colours? Super stunning.

Honestly, it didn’t leave my skin feeling as lovely as many bath bombs do, but the mouth-watering smell and tiny little gold stars made up for it! It’s definitely more of a fun bath bomb, rather than one meant to smooth, ease, soften or relax.

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-Morgan

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