Blogmas Day 9: Review: Lush’s Star Light, Star Bright Bath Melt!

The Star Light, Star Bright Bath Melt from Lush was probably the thing I was most excited to try when I saw Lush’s Christmas collection this year that I hauled here. It just looked really different from the rest with the glitter and it smells really citrusy and uplifting which might not be ‘traditional christmas’ but I love it. And here is why…

Isn’t it a beauty?! I’m sat typing this with one of them next to me and it smells like Sherbet Lemons which is making me have all kinds of Harry Potter feelings.

I cut mine in half because this is a really big bath melt and at £3.30 each I’d like get a bit more for my money, and I found a little blue part inside that turned my bath water a really relaxing light blue. You could probably even get away with cutting it into 3rds or 4ths because it’s a very very powerful bath melt packed with Cocoa butter and Shea butter. But I used half to test it out and for really dry winter skin then 1/2 is good. A whole one might even be too much.

My only problem with this bath melt is the glitter. This was after touching it gently and after a bath? I was coated. Head to toe. In silver glitter. It took two showers before I was glitter free so I might be rinsing it off under the tap before I use it again. Or use it when I want to be glittery.

It melted really well in the bath, wasn’t too greasy and moisturised really well. I didn’t need lotion after which was great because I’m really lazy with that. But I do recommend keeping your hair up or rinsing it really well because I think this could make it a little weighed down. And rinse your bath after or you’ll end up scrubbing away for ages if it solidifies around your tub.

All in all I think this would be a great stocking stuffer or a treat for yourself to use maybe the day before New Years Eve to get a bit of shimmer going. I’m going to be stocking up because I think it’s really great. Definitely a new favourite of mine which is saying something because I don’t generally go for ‘fresh’ scents.

Have you tried Star Light, Star Bright? What did you think?

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