These Are the 10 Best-Selling Lush Bath Bombs

Amy Lawrenson

Lush bath bombs are popular. We're talking seriously well-loved. How do we know? Well, at last count, Lush was selling 17 bath bombs every minute, and that's just in the UK. Impressive. So how did it all start? Well, Lush bath bombs are 29 years old, and they were actually created back in 1988 when Lush was a mail-order company called Cosmetics to Go. Co-founder Mo Constantine, OBE, invented these solid bath salts with mood-altering natural oils and skin-soothing butters as an alternative to the detergent-heavy products that were on the market at that time. The bath bombs that crackle, fizz and whirl around the tub, colouring the water as they go, have become a serious cult buy and something so utterly synonymous with the UK company.

Lush bath bombs also have some pretty surprising celebrity fans. Kylie Jenner is a fan sharing snaps and Instastories of her bath bombs from time to time. Courtney Love, Leonardo Dicaprio, Julia Roberts and Johnny Depp are among the A-list fans. Now, if you think these heavily scented bath bombs are a bit much, know that queen of all things natural and good for you, Gwyneth Paltrow, is a fan, with her bath bomb of choice being the Butterball (which ranks at a respectable No. 9 on the top-10 list). We called on Lush to share with us the top 10 best-selling bath bombs, which we've ranked from 10 to one in the gallery below. Keep scrolling to shop them now.

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