Lush Diary #49 | Pink Pumpkin | Halloween Collection

I’m a little bit late to still be talking about halloween products, but seeing as they’re still available on the Lush website, and probably in shops too, I take the little time I have left to tell you how good they are.

As I was saying in my overview of the Lush Halloween collection, I fell head over heels in love with Sparkly Pumpkin (the orange version of Pink Pumpkin) and that’s why I was so excited to try Pink Pumpkin*.

Pink Pumpkin is a little pink pumpkin (you wouldn’t have guessed that on your own, would you ?) covered in glitter. But not just any glitter. It’s either unicorn skin glitter or mermaid scales glitter, I’m not quite sure.

Look at the picture below:

In any case, you can be sure that no unicorn or mermaid were harmed in the making of Pink Pumpkin.

Pink Pumpkin is a bubble bar, so you have to crumble it under running water to create heaps of bubbles. Personally I always use half of one so that I can two baths out of each bubble bar. I find that it gives enough colour, scent and makes enough bubbles. However you can totally go all out and use a whole one.

As per usual, the amount of bubbles doesn’t disappoint. Lush does bubbles baths really well and their bubble bars create mountains of bubbles that last really well.

The bath water unsurprisingly turns pink. The intensity will depend on how much of the bubble bar you used. Pictured is a tub full with half a pumpkin.

As for the scent, it’s somewhere between floral and spicy. I still can’t describe scents to save my life, but it smells great, believe me.

Finally, the thing that stood out to me were the rainbow bubbles. I tried to take pictures of it, but it’s quite hard to do and you can hardly see it, unless you look very closely. But in real life, each bubble reflects a little rainbow and that looks amazing in the bath tub.

I don’t know if every lush bubble bar does that, but I’ve never noticed it before so I’m not sure.

Oh and one more very important thing which I almost forgot: this bubble bar left my skin feeling super soft ! Usually with bubble bar I feel like I really need to apply some moisturiser on my skin after the bath but not with Punk Pumkpin.

All in all, I’m really happy with Pink Pumpkin. Like her big sister Sparkly Pumpkin, she will give you a bath full of bubbles and smells great. Compared to Sparkly Pumpkin, the scent isn’t quite as bewitching however the moisturising effect more than makes up for that.

What about you ? What do you think of Lush’s pumpkins ?


*produit offert pour considération

  • oh sounds lovely ! I never tried this one but I did tried the sparkly pumpkin big sister, which is one of my fav. 🙂

    • They’re both really really nice ! But maybe the original one is even better =)

  • It sounds so tempting!! It’s been ages since I took a bath, but this winter I am firmly decided to claim my right to the bath tub at least once a week! LOL so I’m taking down notes, and pink water, delicious scent and soft skin, they all sound great to me!

    • I hope you’ve bought one 🙂 It might not be available anymore.
      If you need any help, don’t hesitate to ask, or check out my Lush Diary page dedicated to all the bath bombs I’ve tried 🙂
      I hope you’ll manage to have a bath each week !

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