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Lush World’s Smallest Disco Bath Bomb Review


It’s been a long time since I’ve done a post on Lush’s bath bombs. Mainly as I haven’t had them in over a year and second I haven’t tried anything new. But the other month I went to Lush at Mall of America, and I’m not 100% sure if it’s new for this holiday season but I saw the bath bomb called World’s Smallest Disco.

Here is the description of the bath bomb from Lush:

Start any holiday party off with a fizzy bang. World’s Smallest Disco spins right ’round in the tub to reveal a technicolor world of colors and crackling kernels of popping candy. Lime, grapefruit and cognac oils keep spirits bright and soothe seasonal sniffles so you can hit the scene looking, feeling and smelling your best. Party on, Wayne.


This bath bomb is 7 oz of product for $7.95.  And like the description suggests it is multi-colors with a blackened blue background. Once you hop in the tub it’s mixes together and is so dense you can’t even see your hand more than a few inches into the tub. But you may notice some staining on your tub or really just need some additional cleaning afterwards to get rid of the glitter.

What is your favorite bath bomb from Lush? Mine are currently between Butterball, Intergalactic, Dragon’s Egg, and The Experimenter. Yes, that’s several but I love those especially Butterball since it’s vanilla scented.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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