I have heard many good things all over youtube about Lush’s “Butterball” bath bomb. What I have heard is not wrong. I like this bath bomb. I wouldn’t say I love it, but I like it. Initially, when I smelled it I was a little disappointed. It has a strong herby smell to it. I like more girly, flowery, sweet scents. But once you put it n the bath you get an interesting mix of vanilla, Shea butter, and the earthy herb scent. The name “Butterball” is very appropriate. It really feels like you are soaking in butter. (Not in a gross way) It just feels very creamy and soft and moisturizing. The moisturizer even hangs around for most of the day. I would defiantly recommend this to anyone dealing with extremely dehydrated skin. The after effects might be a little uncomfortable if your skin is in good shape. In conclusion, I give this a thumbs up… for dry winter skin. If you are interested, you can find it here.


❤️ Liz

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