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Bath bombs are one of my great indulgences. There is just something so relaxing about a good soak
with ingredients in the tub that are beneficial to your skin and can make the process even more relaxing.
When Lulu Blossom sent me their Bombs Away Bath Bomb Powder to review, I was really curious to try
it out. I have used a lot of bath bombs, but never a bath bomb powder before. Lulu Blossom is a cruelty
free line with a lot of vegan options.

Claims: "Bath Bomb Powder is a treat every man, woman, and child should experience. It smells of Rustic
Amber and bold Parisian Lavender combined with Black Myrrh, Tonka Beans, and a hint of Egyptian Musk.
It nourishes the skin and is just plain fun in the tub."

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride (sea salt), Fragrance, Mica

Pros: Cruelty free and vegan formula. Sulfate-free. Very soothing formula. Light and relaxing scent. Light color.
Dissolves completely in the water. Comes with a scoop for easy use. Easy to close and store container.

Cons: Because it's baking soda based, this formula may be a little drying for some skin types. That being said,
it's nothing a good moisturizer won't fix!

The Verdict: I really enjoyed this bath bomb powder! It had all the parks of other bath bombs, without any of
the mess that they sometimes come with. The scent was really soothing and relaxing but not at all overpowering.
I used the Bombs Away Bath Bomb Powder in hopes that would help soothe my sore muscles after a hard workout
day and it definitely did the trick. I would suggest this product to other bath addicts as it's a great addition to any
soak it the tub.

Hey Belleza's

Right off the bat, I have to say that it was love at first smell with Lulu Blossom Dreamsicle Body Balm.

As soon as a received my May Ipsy bag, I could smell this product through the bubble mailer. I won't lie;
I honestly thought that something broke. But I thought wrong!

The smell is truly amazing; it smells like orange dreamsicle yumminess! After smelling this body balm over
and over again, all jokes aside I sniffed this product around 10 times before finally putting it down. I finally
noticed the packaging. most of you know by that that I'm a SUCKER for packaging.

Seriously! How cut is the pin-up model on the label?!

The Lulu Blossom Dreamsicle Body Balm is made with four all natural ingredients!
It can be used on your cuticles, cracked hands, feet and elbows. It also states that you can use it as a hair pomade to get any fly away under control. I even tried it out on my lips.

I decided to try using this on my cuticles, because they have been really dry, damaged, and begging for moisture. It's not like i've been neglecting them, it's just that the product I was using, just wasn't working for me.

I've been using this for about a week now, I apply it on my cuticles about 4-6 times a day. That may seem like too much, but that's how bad my cuticles were. Doing this, I've noticed a HUGE improvement in my cuticles and nails. They looks o healthy, they aren't dry, cracking or peeling anymore. My nails aren't dry, brittle and breaking or splitting as much as they used too. Oh, and it doesn't leave a greasy film behind.

The balm is very easy to use, since it soften with your body heat. I'm so happy with the Lulu Blossom Body Balm so far, and can't wait to see how my nails and cuticles are in another week.

One other thing that I like about this balm is that it has a twist off top. I know that sounds silly, but most tiny containers I've come across have pop off lids. Which I always find frustrating to use because either my nails get caught trying to open them, or I just can't open them at all.
BellezaKisses 5/5

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