I am pretty much obsessed with bubble baths, so I love going on a quest to track down the best bath goodies on the market. Lush’s Comforter Bubble Bar was on my radar after seeing rave reviews from several beauty YouTubers. I was eager to test out the chunky pink and white swirled bar for myself to see if it lived up to its reputation.
Claims: “When life is getting you down, crumble The Comforter under hot, running water for passionately purple water and creamy, comforting bubbles. This massive slice of vibrant fruitiness gives you the feeling of being enveloped in a warm hug and gently consoled by the friendly fruity aroma of a blackcurrant candy.”
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar (Potassium bitartrate), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Fragrance, Titanium Dioxide, Bergamot Oil (Citrus bergamia), Cassis Absolute (Ribes nigrum), Cypress Oil (Cupressus sempervirens), Limonene , Linalool, D&C Red No. 27, D&C Red No. 33.
Pros: Cruelty free and vegan. Turns bath water a pinky-purple color. Creates tons of long lasting bubbles. Moisturizing. Great scent. Enough for multiple baths. Permanent Line.
Cons: Pricey. Slightly difficult to cut.
The Verdict: The Comforter creates a healthy amount of long lasting bubbles and leaves my skin feeling moisturized. I enjoy its calming, yet playful scent and love bathing in the pretty pink water it creates. Although the price is pretty steep at $10.95 per bar, there is easily enough product for four baths. With a little work, you can cut the bar into quarters with a sharp knife. For those lucky enough to have a tub with jets, you may be able to squeeze six baths out of one bar.
The Comforter Bubble Bar has become one of my favorite Lush treats. I pick one or two of them up every time I pay a visit to my local Lush store. I have tried many bubble bars, and have enjoyed them all, but The Comforter is my hands down favorite. I am so glad that it is not a limited edition product!
Extra tip- Crumble or slice a portion of The Comforter and place it in a mesh pouch. Place the pouch in your dresser draws or closet to give your clothes a subtle, feminine scent.
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