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March 11, 2008

Lush Efferverscent Bath Bomb — 'Without exaggeration, the best bath of my life'


So wrote Hannah Schardt in her March 9, 2008 Washington Post review, which follows.

    Lush Effervescent Bath Bomb

    This enormous bath fizzie should by rights be a tough sell in these troubled economic times: It's the size of a fist, is good for only a single bath and costs about what I pay for a bottle of wine.

    As I sank into my bathtub and dropped in Lush's Geo Phyzz, a thrifty little voice in my head wondered whether I could reserve half for another bath. Thankfully, I found that voice easy to ignore, and I settled in for what was, without exaggeration, the best bath of my life. The bath bomb fizzed away, emitting a stream of bubbles and a luscious, woodsy scent. The water soon turned the color of a swamp, which could have been off-putting but just added to the feeling that I was bathing in a natural hot spring — minus the bugs and the exhibitionists.

    The bubbles lasted several minutes, and even when they stopped, I was left relaxing in my warm, murky haven, my skin soft and smelling like cypress. Bliss. Maybe a $7 bath actually can be a bit of a bargain.



Apiece, $7.15.

March 11, 2008 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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I guess you have to bathe in it to believe it. From here they just look moldy.

Posted by: Milena | Mar 12, 2008 12:08:46 AM

$7.50, a piece? You're pulling my leg, right? How about $2.75 for ones that are not full of strange chemicals?


Posted by: Rocketboy | Mar 11, 2008 6:37:55 PM

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