2.5 out of 5 rating
I like the original floating island bath melt and i wish they would have kept that style and this one. That one was more foamy and creamy. However, i will say that this new bath oil style is more moisturizing than the original cupcake style Floating Island.
Floating Island has a lemon and sandalwood scent. It’s the same scent as the lush bath melt of the same name. Lush also made a shower smoothie with this scent called “Whitewash”. The scent in this bath oil is stronger, really nice. It’s a subtle scent though, don’t expect a big bold fragrance. Very very moisturizing to my skin in the bath. This is great for people with dry skin.
A round, solid bath oil. Since April 2015 this has only been available if you lived in London and could go to the new Oxford Street ‘superstore’. Now it is available on the lush.co.uk site for anyone to buy no matter what country we live in.
Here’s a video demo i made of the Floating Island bath oil in the tub
‘Gourmet soap’ These soaps are soft like Movis soap. They are more moisturizing and have more butters and fine ingredients. Also, they use ingredients from ‘Masai’ for the ‘Masai Lather” soap for instance to give back to the local community commerce in these regions of the world.
Click on a soap name below to watch my video demos of each of these gourmet soaps
Masai Lather – Dark brown
Mallorquin – toffee colored, made with almond milk, almond syrup, and ground almonds.
Olive Tree – Green softening facial soap with olive oil
See my video demo of the Violet nights bath oil below.
Violet, sandalwood, vanilla, ylang ylang.
A former ‘Cosmetics To Go’ company product, which Lush introduced back in 2011, and again in the Lush Kitchen in 2014. Lush is making for us once again in Nov 1 2015 in their online Lush Kitchen.
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Here’s a Video of Violet Nights that i made on my YouTube channel, go forward to 13:40