After the first glitter hateful bath bomb incident with one of Onyx Bathhouse’s bath bombs, I decided to give them another shot.
I’ve listed below some of the positives and negatives of this experience.
- This bath bomb had a strong yet subtle scent that I could pick up even before tearing the packaging away. It was a pleasant scent and paired with the design of the bath bomb, I certainly felt as if the sugary theme they were going for was a success.
- The design alone reminded me of candy and aesthetically it was very pleasant to look at as I’m a huge sucker for colors and texture.
- It left my skin feeling very soft.
- The scent faded away as soon as the bath bomb dissolved into the water. It still smelled pleasant but it was barely there.
- No amazing colors or effects to report. The water turned a flat, matte pink and even then it was too light to call it pink.
I enjoyed Onyx Bathhouse’s Sweetheart Sprinkles – Strawberry Cupcake. It adequately matched the theme they were going for and the scent was one that I found myself trying to constantly catch a whiff of. I was a bit disappointed at the lack of color change but I still consider this a positive purchasing experience.
Will I purchase from Onyx Bathhouse again? Yes. I like their creativity and it’s always fun to try to review bath bombs.
On an added note, this is what I said on my last review of an Onyx Bathhouse product.
“For a product to register in my mind, it either has to be very colorful (pastel-like) or smell amazing.“
And they incorporated both this time around.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored review. I bought Onyx Bathhouse’s bath bomb with my own money and remained genuinely honest.