Tuesday 8 December 2020

Lush Christmas Haul - Angels Delight - Blogmas Day 8

Despite umm-ing and ahhh-ing as to whether or not it was worthwhile buying a bungle of bath bombs from the Lush Christmas range, I have to say I’m very glad I did. Having spent an obscene amount of time scrolling through their website unable to decide what to get, it was so much easier (and cheaper) to just get a set.


Not being able to see, smell and inspect the bath bombs in store was a little bit of a hindrance, but this has meant I’ve had the chance to try out a few bath bombs I wouldn’t necessarily have gravitated to, but have really enjoyed using.


Today I’ll be talking about the Angels Delight bath bomb, a rather vibrant pink bomb from the Christmas collection. Here is what Lush have to say about it;


So sweet, this bath bomb brings a classic Lush Christmas experience to your bathroom. Plastic-free gold lustre adds a sprinkle of magic.


The website describes this as having a candy scent with orange and tangerine oils to give a little boost to winter abused skin. I have to say I was quite pleased to find that despite being smaller than some of the other bath bombs, especially those from the regular range, this one has a lovely strong scent. In fact, it was this bath bomb that I could usually smell when I passed them in their little storage basket in my beauty room.


You can grab this little bomb for £3.50, bringing it in line with the standard pricing for Lush. Perhaps even slightly lower when you think of the price of Winter Garden or the iconic Snow Fairy.


If you saw my review of Bat Art from the Halloween range, you’ll know that I’m not a fan of loads and loads of glitter. I don’t mind glitter at all, but Bat Art simply had too much. Angles Delight on the other hand has enough plastic free glitter to make for a beautiful bath, but not so much that it’s overwhelming.


One thing I will mention, that was a little disappointing what the appearance of the bath bomb. If you look at the photo I took of my bath bomb and compare it to the image on the Lush website, you’ll see a massive difference in quality. Obviously, Lush are going to pick the most attractive bath bomb to use for their website, but the clean, crisp lines, and tranquil expression of the moon simply weren’t present on my bath bomb. This doesn’t appear to be due to transit damage either, and is just how the bath bomb is. Although I suppose that’s the risk you take with ordering online – you don’t get to pick your own.


From the moment I first laid eyes on this bath bomb, I was pretty sure it was going to stain my bathtub pink, and I was 100% right. A blast with the showerhead did nothing to dislodge the pink colouring, which meant I had to clean down the bath properly, so bare that in mind if you aren’t a fan of having to clean up after your bath bombs.


All in all I enjoyed using this little bath bomb, but it’s by no means my favourite out of everything I’ve tried so far, and with the inconvenient staining it left behind I don’t think this is one I will be repurchasing.


Have you tried anything from the Lush Christmas range? What was your favourite?



  1. Ooo, this bath bomb sounds lovely. I love the colour of it. I've not got anything from lush in ages, this angels delight one would go down a treat.

    Jordanne || Thelifeofaglasgowgirl.co.uk

    1. Its a stunning colour! Even more so in person I think! I did a massive haul a month or so ago, so I'm pretty stocked up at the moment!

      Em x


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