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For anyone who has not heard of lush or know little about them, they are a company specializing in bath, body and hair products for all different purposes, they also do facial cleaners spot control and simple moisturizers and a lot more. They are big promoters of recycling and encouraging people to buy products not tested on animals. Lush only purchase the best ingredients for their products making them suitable for all skin types with no harsh chemicals.
The Lush 'Butterball' some of you will be glad to know is in the normal range not the retro range. This means you can purchase this is the nearest Lush stall, online, over the phone or mail order. Unlucky for me the nearest Lush shop to me is in Lincoln which isn't to close especially just to go to Lush so I found it easier to always order from the website, I've never ordered any other way but I'd imagine if you rang up the phone bill afterward could be quite expensive, especially if you are ordering a lot and you'd have to of course pay the postage price.
With looks, this 'Butterball' ballistic is rather simple like a few others and isn't like the weird and wacky usually ballistics that come out of Lush. 'Butterball' is a round shape and only weighs 95g which is under half the weight of a usual bath bomb, they're also the size of your fist so this one is half the size of your fist making is seem quite small for the price of £2.30. The colour is a plain white creamy colour which looks like your typical moisturizing body butter.
The smell of the 'butterball is of vanilla, this is really overwhelming in a good way, I could smell it before I opened the box which was quite exciting! Although I wasn't quite sure what it would tun out like after using this in the bath because at the time of use I only had a fruit smelling body wash so wasn't sure if I would be a fruity vanilla smelling person or one or the other scent. But once the bomb wasn't in it's solid form the smell eased off a bit which I found quite disappointing as I would of loved to have a strong smell of vanilla on me, looking at again with the smell, it reminded me more of a scoop of ice cream and looked good enough to eat.
This 'butterball' has Sodium Bicarbonate in the ingredients which makes it fizz, crackle and dance in the water. this also has lots of chips in it which is filled with cocoa butter, and we all know cocoa butter is a strong skin softener and helps to reduce redness of stretch marks until almost gone and soften ups dry areas so if you are getting regnant or are pregnant I would strongly recommend this for you once or twice a week just to give your skin that little extra help to stay supple.
When relaxing in the bath with this ever so cute 'butterball' try not to get your hair in it because it feels quite greasy whilst wet because of the butter but after the bath makes your hair feel quite dry so I recommend you washing your hair before or after being in the bath with this, the cocoa butter works wonders for your skin and if you don't feel like it there's no need to moisturize after that bath because your skin feel gorgeous and radiant.