Let me start this off by saying that it is a very ballsy move to take pictures while hovering over a bathtub of water. The whole time I was being super careful and afraid of my camera falling in... Also, it's really hard getting pictures when the steam from the water keeps fogging up your lens. But then again, I guess part of being a blogger is the guise of being cool, calm, and collected while in reality you're freaking out and struggling like there's no tomorrow.
When I dropped Sparkler in my bath, the water turned bright yellow. The core of Sparkler is a deep orange, so that was a pretty neat surprise! It also smells really nice, like floral with just a hint of citrus. Lush says it shares the same fragrance as Rose Jam, though Sparkler's scent isn't as strong as the shower gel.
Anyway, back on topic - Can we talk about the glitter in this one?? So. Much. Glitter. From Christmas cards to baths - I LOVE GLITTER.
In the end, I think this one was just ok - I would use it again, but nothing about it blows me away. The fizzing part was a lot of fun to watch though, and it makes my bath water super pretty. I guess I expected it to leave my skin feeling softer and it didn't deliver in that department. It did however, leave a really nice scent on me for most of the day (and the washroom!).
Even though Sparkler didn't wow me as much as I thought it would, I'm super excited to try its sister bath bomb, Northern Lights. Both these bombs are limited edition products so while they're sold out online, they might still be available in-store.