6.3 oz. (200g) $4.75

Ingredients:  Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Fresh Avocado, Olive Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Bergamot Oil, Rosewood Oil, Perfume, Gardenia Extract, Green Glitter (Lustre holly sparkle).

 Review: Great medium strong tangy lime scent. I’ve heard people say (and I agree) that Avobath smells like “Fruit Loops” cereal a bit. It’s also more moisturizing than most ballistics because of the avoacado oils in it. A good morning ballistic because of the invigorating aroma of sweet lime. I think this should be a staple in everyone’s Lush ballistic stash. It’s a good one to give to guys too as it’s a gender neutral scent. Pretty subtle sparkle in the water.

Lush Times 2006 description: The Avobath (try saying it quickly) is a morning Bath Ballistic, scented with refreshing lemongrass, uplifting bergamot and stabilizing rosewood; just what you need to get you ready to face the world with your head held high. (It’s a bit glittery but not wildly so; you should be able to get away with this one on a work day. Try it at the weekend first if you.ve got a really straight boss.) Organic avocado (hence the name) and olive oil moisturize your skin as you enjoy your morning bathe, inhaling the lovely, fresh scent and splashing about in the bright green water.

So many people love Avobath that Lush has made many products throughout the years with the Avobath scent:

Avo Big Bath

Avobunny Egg





Luck of the Irish


Notes: I do love the combination of B Never’s “Serendipity Phyto Foam” (which is herby, lavender-y and also has lime) with Avobath ballistic. Also if you’ve ever been afraid to try Lush’s “Deep Forest Atmosphere” ballistic, combine it with an “Avobath”, it smells great together.


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