Lush Floating Island Bath Melt Review 

After seeing so many Lush product reviews amongst the blogging community, it was only a matter of time before I had to try it for myself! I’m by no means a beauty blogger & have no intention of regularly reviewing products etc but I couldn’t not share this.

I have to admit, I find the amount of choice in the Lush store slightly overwhelming & will probably stick to online shopping in future but this is all down to my anxiety so that’s OK.

I knew I wanted to try a butterball bath bomb so I grabbed 2 of those after reading Jordanne’s review on Life of A Glasgow Girl. 

Unfortunately, as I browsed the rest of the bath bombs I realised I wouldn’t be able to buy any as they’re all full of glitter – something I’m allergic to! I have a terrible reaction to glitter on my skin so I was a bit disappointed.

Just as I was about to take my butterballs & leave, I spotted these tiny glitter free Floating Island Bath Melts – they smelled creamy and looked cute so I grabbed one and left. The bath melts have got Shea butter, cocoa butter, extra virgin coconut oil, almond oil, sandalwood oil, lemon oil & fair trade vanilla pods.

Obviously, as soon as I got home I set a bath running and added the bath melt. I could instantly see the oil released into the water and it has a lovely subtle smell of cocoa butter & vanilla. I also noticed a piece of vanilla pod or two floating in the water (and no glitter in sight)!
I chilled in the bath and could feel the oil coating my skin which I love as I know my skin is being treated to the natural moisturising it deserves. When I dried off, I didn’t feel as moisturised as I expected so wasn’t sure if it had done as much as I hoped…. (a lot of reviewers don’t like this oily coat but it’s perfectly normal and good for your skin!)

…Until this morning! My skin is as soft as a baby’s ass I promise you! From head to toe my skin feels brand new and I can’t stop stroking myself (get your minds out the gutter lol). I recommend this bath melt to anyone who wants some skin r&r or who’s skin needs some love after too much sun or just wants to feel how soft their skin can be after just one bath – I will definitely be bulk buying these bad boys from now on!

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  1. roseamyh says:

    Great review! Are you allergic to plastic glitter or specifically lush glitter? If it’s plastic glitter lush uses one made of seaweed but I know a few people who get reactions from that.
    I’ve not tried the bath oils, I’ve had Ceridwen’s Cauldron bath melt & would definitely recommend but I usually use it with my favourite bubble bar too (a French kiss) – I don’t believe either use glitter 🙂

    1. Unsigned, Emmie says:

      Hmm I have no idea? I know glitter they put on clothes and carnival costumes are a problem for me? Guessing that’s probably plastic glitter? That small stuff that gets everywhere and you find weeks later in the carpet?

      I don’t even know what a bubble bar is – that’s how new I am to Lush LOL! Going to browse their website and see what I come across.

      Emmie xo

      1. roseamyh says:

        Yeah most glitter is plastic 🙂 basically you run bubble bars under the tap (or put them in a sieve under the tap, I find that works better) and they produce bubbles & colour like bubble bath 🙂 you can cut them up and get way more uses out of them than most bath bombs so I find that they’re better value for money 🙂

        1. Unsigned, Emmie says:

          Oh OK. Those bars sound interesting so I might try them!

          1. roseamyh says:

            They’re definitely worth a try! I think there are more without glitter than the bombs too 🙂

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