This so far has to be the cleanest LUSH bathbomb I have used so far. It fizzed a long time and left my skin fragrant with the sent of cherry blossoms. The bathtub ring was minimal. I would love this scent in a solid to wear as a perfume.
This is one of my favourite Lush ballistics, second only to Youki-hi.
It turns the water a very pale pink and the scent lingers on your skin without being overpowering. It's fresh and crispily sweet compared to other floral scents which tend to be too musky and old-ladyish. My mother also completely adores this (I bought her a sakura gift box for her birthday), even though she doesn't usually like "smelly" things.
When I'm lying in the bath it makes me want to visit the cherry blossom in Kyoto very much!
The scent of this bath bomb was absolutely wonderful... Like a fresh blossom on a tree. I loved it, until I put it in the bath. I felt so sticky! For a minute, I thought it might have been the fact that I had scrubbed my bathtub earlier that week. But then I realized that I had taken a bath a few days before with a bubble bar and did not have the sticky feeling. So I was very disappointed in this bath bomb. I actually had to take a shower about an hour after I got out of the bath, just to get the sticky feeling off my body. Yuck!
This just might be my favorite LUSH bath bomb. This bomb just bursts with flower petals and has a light, springtime floral fragrance that is slightly powdery, but not cloying like the Sex Bomb or All that Jasmine bombs. Very delicate and feminine. I will say that flower petals in your bath is kind of like sex on the beach.... better in theory than in practice. The petals look lovely IN the tub, but not so lovely when you emerge OUT of the tub with flower petals stuck all over you and stuck all over your bathtub. Still, the 15 minutes in the bath with flower petals floating in your water makes you feel like a goddess. A goddess that won't have to spend an hour trying to scrub the flowers out of her tub, that is. All is forgiven.... this bomb is worth it!
I love the scent. I found it to be quite noticeable, but not overpowering. I used it with the 17 cherry tree lane soap - very nice, although I was unusually dry after the bath. My one complaint - the bath bomb is disappointing in color. My water was a purpleish gray. Blah.
love how this smells up my house, my skin, and lasts if i just use the 17 cherry lane soap (whicj lush discontinued.. the dumbdumbs!) i feel like a happy girl in spring.. even if it is murky fall..
I love this soo much. Smells bright- like a beautiful spring day with a hint of cherry blossoms. lovely. I toss one into my bath and I love the way it fizzes in the water. Put one underneathe your back and you get a light, tingly massage.
I got this free with a Lush order. Not my favorite of their bath bombs. It is a very strong floral. If you like floral scents, you would probably like this. But I prefer foody sweet scents.
Although this is not so strongly scented, it is really elegant. I agree with everyone who has called this the "grown-up" bath bomb; it feels very refined and lovely. I suppose if it were more strongly scented, it would not be so refined. I also have to say that this is the prettiest bath bomb. Most are nothing to look at, and the ones that they 'decorate' tend to be gaudy. This bath bomb is gently dappled...gorgeous!
Hmmm, I like this. The floral scent is crisp, not too strong. It's ok when it comes to moisturizing my skin. I don't love it, but sometimes you just want to try something new, you know?