This was my first bath bomb from lush and its probably my favourite. It lacks the cool effect of color or a strong fragrance like other bath bombs you can get from lush but it gives the best effect for your skin. I have never had such soft skin in my life after using this and so now i keep going back for it when ever i visit lush.
I'm currently soaking my feet in this and it feels great! I crunched it up and put a small amount into a bowl of hot water. I can feel the moisturizer getting into my feet and I plan on pumicing once I take them out. I don't consider it pricey because I'm only using it for the ankles down, but as a one time use, it would be too expensive.
It's amazing how this plain bath ball is my absolute favorite bath bomb! I didn't really know what to expect from Butterball. All I know is that I have dry skin, and love moisturizing treats for my skin. Immediately my body drank this up. It's filled w/shea butter along w/other moisturizers. I like how some of the butter was floating in my tub, so I picked them up and rubbed them all over me. The smell is amazing...slightly baby powder scent. My only caution w/this bomb is it will make your tub greasy so be careful getting up and reentering, I almost slipped...but if your skin is dry like mine, you will love Butterball!
I bought butterball just to try it because everyone raves about it and I simply had to try it out. I don't have dry skin, but I was interested anyway. This bomb smells of baby powder - I don't know where anyone gets the vanilla notes from. Truly, all I smelled was baby powder, which was pleasant. I combined it with the comforter bubble bar and if I smelled the bath closely, it smelled slightly of pez. I don't know why, maybe I don't use enough, but I rarely get any scent at all from the comforter. Anyway, I plopped it in and immediately saw a circle of white foamyness and touched it - pure moisturizer in that circle. I moved it around to distribute it around my bath and got in - I almost slipped! I always think, haha, slipping in the bath tub? Right. But seriously. Next time I use butterball, I'll be sure to get in first, wash up, then put in butterball. It's better too because then after you wash up and you already have some butterball on you, your soap will wash some of the moisturizing properties off. I will buy again though, as a luxury, because I like how it made my skin already feel lotioned when I got out. It also was a nice shave but the oils can clog your razor a little. Also, once my bubbles went away, I noticed oils at the surface of my bath..kind of grossed me out a bit, but I can deal. After getting out of the bath with this I felt ready to sleep immediately. I'd buy again, as I said, but it's not a 5/5 because it's not a staple. If I had dry skin, maybe it would be.
I love this wee gem of a product! It smells lovely not at all overpowering and the coco butter is great for softening the skin. I would only use about half of the butter ball per bath as with the whole ball my skin gets a little too greasy for my liking. Also when I wash my hair in same water it softens and conditions my hair however if I was to use a whole bomb my hair ends up looking greasy. I especially love using this in the winter when my skin gets a bit dry.
This really does soften your skin. It might not smell as nice as Lush's other bath ballistics e.g Honey Bee and So White, but it makes your skin so soft afterwards that it doesn't matter. I like to put 2 or 3 in the tub for the best effect.
Smells like a dreamy creamy vanilla that I could not help but fall in love with.
I typically hate sweet scent products, but since I started using lush, I love all things sweet :)
Although butterball smells like a soft dessert, it isn't overpowering. Makes your bath amazingly silky and your skin beautifully moisturized :)
I wish I could buy these in bulk because I freaking love it so much. One of the best baths I have ever had. I filled the tub with hot water, got in, and plunked the bath bomb in. I'm not sure exactly how long it took to fizzle out, but I had fun watching it. It fizzes a LOT and you can see the little chunks of cocao butter popping out of it and floating in the water. They then started melting into little oil puddles allover the top of the water. I soaked for a good 15- 20 minutes and felt so soft when I got out. It was awesome. The smell was very vanilla-y, but not in an overly-sweet-perfumy way. It left the tub ever so slighty oily, but I rinsed with clean water afterward and it all came off. Would recommend to anyone.
This has a nice soothing scent, I can't really put my finger on it but to me, it has a creamy , slightly buttery scent. It may be small but it's worth it. It has shea butter which float in the water and you can just take your fingers and rub them on your body. Very moisturizing and relaxing. Everything I pop into lush I must get this!
This is one I didn't want to try because it looked way too dull. Sex bomb and blue skies gaves you promises of a bath tub filled with cupcakes and unicorns, but this one is white circular ball BLEHHH. After using Lush products for a year (spending about 2 years worths of products though) I decided that I haven't tried this one and the sale people had mentioned in the past that this was an all time fave. So i put in my online order and just hopped out of the shower an hour ago. Definitely smoother skin, love the cocoa butter in it. I can actually see a significant amount of oil in the tub so the bath water was very tender.