Heya Aspiring Gurus!
I indulged in a bubbly Lush bath. This time, I broke a piece off of the Comforter (I broke off 8 pieces in the beginning and still have 3 more baths of this left!) and as the bath was running, I crumbled it under the water pressure. I sort off just let it melt in my hand as the water goes over my closed fist. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to dissolve, but I find that this way gives me the most bubbles. I still have a good amount of bubbles after an hour and have to drain them down the tub. 😦
This is what the comforter looks like and yes, it was HUGE for a bubble bar. I like that you get the value for your money at Lush. You get an even better value if you order of the UK site and don’t mind waiting two weeks to a month for your order.
As you can see, that is a ton of bubbles and the water was a lovely shade of baby pink. I didn’t get a picture of that though. Next time, I promise I will. Sometimes, I am too busy enjoying life that I forget to take pictures. I relaxed with my kindle reading a really good book that only took me three or four hours to finish (so three to four tubs. lol). I have three books waiting to be reviewed, so I am going to at least finish one review. I’m hoping to have it uploaded some time this week!
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This one sounds really good. And A LOT of Bubbles. Every time I use a bubble bar I get maybe half of that, and they’ve all popped. I must not be using enough.
Do you let it melt in her hand over the running water? Maybe I have better water pressure?
Usually I would get it wet and then rub my hands together under the water as it made bubbles because that’s what they would show in the demos on their site. Maybe I should try your method instead.
You might get more bubbles. I’ll make a short video on it. A demo, if you will.