Lush Review | Karma Bubble Bar

I can’t say a single negative thing about this product. Lush’s Karma bubble bar is incredible and leaves me feeling like a witch or a fairy, or anything else that we could consider completely magical. The product itself looks beautiful. It’s deep purple, bright orange and is topped with glittery gold, that adds just enough glitter to the bath to make is enjoyable.

I was able to get 3 baths out of this product, but if I didn’t get over excited with my first bath (and use almost half of the bar) then I’m sure I would have managed a couple more too!

Karma Lush Bubble Bar Review

If you’re a fan of Lush, I’m sure you know the Karma scent – lemongrass, patchouli and orange. It’s one of my favourites, and that earthy, witchy smell is insane. Paired with my Karma soap, this was one of the nicest baths I’ve ever had. It relaxed me to the bones.

Karma Bubble Bar Lush Review

Freshly run with a deep purple colour

Karma Bubble Bar Lush Review

Those bubbles though… Quality not quantity

It doesn’t produce as many bubbles as a lot of other bubble bars I’ve tried, but that’s a positive for me – although I love bubble bars, I don’t like bubbles getting in my hair or making the whole bathing process overly difficult. Baths are supposed to be relaxing, after all! Instead of bubbles though, Karma has colour and feel in its favour.

Karma Bubble Bar Lush Review

The final result, once the bubbles had settled

It produces an absolutely stunning deep purple, not too different from the shade of the actual outer product. The bubbles, in contrast, are super white.

Overall, it’s a completely lovely looking bath. 

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So pretty! Have you ever tried the Karma bubble bar?

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-Morgan

 

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