Christmas Party

(2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) (fizzy grapefruity soda.  It’s the original “Champagne Snow Showers”/”Celebrate” scent)

UK

VEGAN

 

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Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, mixed confetti bright stars, perfume, gardenia extract, orange oil, cognac oil, lime oil, red stars, irridescent glitter

 Review: This has become one of Lush’s staple Christmas ballistics . It’s been out almost every Christmas I can remember because it’s so popular. It is a cousin of the ballistic “Bridal Bouquet” which was made to smell like Christmas Party ballistic. Christmas Party smells like an orange fizzy soda to most people. I just don’t like the scent. The ballistic itself is gorgeous. It has different sized foil stars that are pink, purple and orange. It has glittery sparkles of gold and various other colors, and it also has pieces of irridescent paper confetti and a few larger, colorful, paper stars.

Lush Times 2004 description: Our snow white Christmas Party Ballistic is filled with multicoloured stars; it smells like a cocktail of Cointreau and champagne and has a hint of cognac essential oil to help the party go smoothly. Bathe before, after or, if you like it that much, instead of a Christmas party.

 

“Submerge yourself in glitter and while stars sparkle and twinkle the Fabulous cognac and lime scent fills your senses with its sweet, spicy, heady scent while softening your skin. After stepping out of this bath, you will feel and smell irresistible and the beautiful scent lingers.” Pamela Sirkin.

 

From the 2003 Yuletide LT:

Our bright white Christmas Party ballistic is filled with multicoloured stars; it smells like buck’s fizz and has a hint of cognac essential oil to help the party go smoothly. Bathe before, after, or instead of a Christmas party.

 

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