Lush Pop In The Bath Bubble Bar Review

As part of my Lush Father’s Day Haul I picked up a Pop In The Bath Bubble Bar and I had some mixed results on this one.

The funny thing is when I ordered Pop in the Bath I thought it was going to be purple with a blue flower but I got a blue one with a pink flower which was fine, just peculiar.

The second odd thing about this bubble bar was that it’s extreme soft, almost like play-doh. Now I’ve tired about 20 bubble bars from Lush and this is my first experience with a soft one so I’m not sure if this one is just softer or this is just an anomaly.

The good news is that it performs just like a regular bubble bar. It had lots of creamy bubbles and smells like citrus (lemon and mandarin) which I love. It also leaves the tub will a pretty dark blue-purple water.

Overall I like Pop in the Bath  but next time I’m in the store I want to check these out. Has anyone else every gotten a soft bubble bar?

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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6 Responses to Lush Pop In The Bath Bubble Bar Review

  1. Perhaps it was really super fresh? Mine are always a little dried out – not crumbly, but not the Playdoh you’re describing either. Odd. I do always find that nothing I get from Lush (the free-form stuff like bubble bars) actually looks like it does on the website, though! I’ve gotten some seriously janky looking critters over the years!

  2. I think I just reviewed this myself and I didn’t think it felt like playdoh. But I bought mine in store. Maybe it’s really hot and just got a little soft during it’s travel to you??? Mine was pink with a blue flower on it too.

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