Supertramp bubble bar

Supertramp bubble bar was made with the Supertramp shower gel scent.

The Supertramp shower gel is made from 2 Lush products mixed together; ‘Smaragadine’ phyto foam bath (a cosmetic to go product) and the old classic ‘Tramp’ shower gel.  It’s a mossy, woody dark green scent.  This has patchouli and peppermint, rose, lavender and orange, petigrain, sandalwood and ginger.

Here’s a photo i took of it, and below is a link to a youtube video i made of supertramp in the tub.

I cut it in half and use half per bath as this is a big, heavy bar.  Watch the video for a look at whst it does in the bath ⬇️

 

 

Don’t Rain On My Parade

See my video of it below.  One of the new lush shower gels  which have come here to North America.  These 3  shower gels including Lord of Misrule, Don’t Rain on my Parade, and Beautiful,  debuted at lush new “Superstore” on Oxford Street in London.

 

This Don’t Rain on My Parade below shower gel is a teal, blue colour. Scented with blueberry juice, vanilla, cassie, voilet leaf, ylang ylang and sandalwood.

similar to Ultraviolet but sweeter like their “Tuca Tuca” massage bar, and ‘Violet Nights’ bath oil.

Here’s a video i made of it where i discuss the scent of Don’t Rain on my Parade and the other two shower gels in more detail 🙂

250g (8oz) £9.50 (17.50)

Here’s a “family reunion portrait” of all the Lush products throughout the years which have this same scent.

 

 

Pumpkin soap

Lush Time Xmas 2008: You’ll want a whole one, but be warned; it’s even heavier than a real pumpkin and it’s not hollow inside. Probably best to get yourself a manageable slice or two. Mo’s new soap is a lovely creamy pumpkin coloured affair with a scent that she borrowed from the gorgeous Almond Buttercream: sweet wild orange, lime, mandarin and spice cinnamon. (If you’re northern, like Emma from training and Auntie Pamela, and could only have a turnip for Halloween when you were little, this more than makes up for the childhood deprivation.) It’s only around for Halloween so get yours before All Hallows Day.

Here’s a picture of my Pumpkin soap back then. It’s a 100g piece that Lush were selling via the website.   The big slab of soap that they sold in the store that Halloween looked like the below photo.  I LOVE these soaps, the smell is great.

Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Glycerine, Rapeseed Oil; Sunflower Oil; Coconut Oil (Brassica napus; Helianthus annuus; Cocos nucifera), Fresh Organic Orange Juice (Citrus Aurantium dulcis), Pumpkin puree (Cucurbita pepo), Sodium Hydroxide, Perfume, Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus Aurantium dulcis), Mandarin Oil (Citrus nobilis), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), Cinnamon Leaf Oil (Cinnamomum cassia), *Eugenol, *Limonene, Titanium Dioxide, Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), Colour 45350, Colour 15510, Pumpkin Seeds (Cucurbita pepo)

 

Day of the Dead perfume

Lush Uk made these perfumes for forum members only in 2010, give or take a year. It came before ‘Calacas’. This Day of the Dead perfume was one of the first few lush products with this lime and neroli scent, and the name changed to ‘Calacas’.

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Sparkly Pumpkin

See my video of it below.  

5 out of 5 rating 


 

Lush Description: At the end of a long day, pop this Sparkly Pumpkin into the bath. As you crumble its golden shimmeryness under running water, you’ll feel instantly re-energized. An uplifting blend of juniperberry, grapefruit and lime oils will fill the room with an enticing, cocktail-like punch. And as you sink deep under the glittering gold water, you won’t be able to keep from smiling – probably because this little pumpkin is made to make every day bright.


This has the scent of the “Lush” soap called “Mr Punch”.  It has a fruit punch smell, and i LOVE it.
 

Here’s Mr Punch soap

 

Here’s a video i made of the Sparkly pumpkin in the bath.

 

 

 

Jingle Spells

See my video of this below

Review: A Christmas ballistic that I’ve been hooked on since I first tried it in late 2001. A slight Licorice scent to me, because of the fennel I guess, and that’s what makes it a different scent.  It has a lovely fruity note to it as well (the tangerine). It smells enchanting to me.   It turns the water purple and has silver and black foil stars inside for added effect. Lush claims that the herbs and plants in Jingle Spells helps when you over imbibe with drink during the holidays.

It smells magical yet feminine because of the ylang ylang.   I think I’ve had about 25-50 in total throughout the years.

Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, twinkling stars

Lush products that share this scent are;

Jingle Jelly

Magic of Christmas Fun bar

Red Rice soap

Wizard bubble bar

Lush Times 2002 Yuletide description: Jingle Spells was last year’s Christmas ballistic bestseller, so we decided to leave it just exactly the way it was; why mess with success? It still has little stars in it and it still smells of juniperberry (the ones they make gin from) and revitalising tangerine with fennel, which smells a bit like aniseed, but not too strongly, plus beautiful floral ylang ylang blossom. Jingle Spells is a magically refreshing, detoxing bath; we recommend it as a Christmas hangover cure (but with out po-faced caps on we’d also like to recommend that you don’t drink too much as it’s very bad for your skin).

Notes: See Jingle Spells (star-shaped)

Video

Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, colours 61585 & 18050, twinkling stars

Description: This is the Star-Shaped Jingle Spells that was in the Lush Christmas 2006 gift called “Wishing on a Star”. Same great fruity, fennel Jingle Spells scent. Still helps in time of too much partying.

 

 

Review: A Christmas ballistic that I’ve been hooked on since I first tried it in late 2001. A slight Licorice scent to me (because of the fennel I guess), a lovely fruity scent (the tangerine), and a Juniper/Gin (some Gins are made with juniper berries). That’s what I smell when I sniff this enchanting ballistic. The smell lasts once the the water too. It turns the water purple and has silver and black foil stars inside for added effect. Lush claims that the herbs and plants in Jingle Spells helps when you over imbibe with drink during the holidays. I love having one with an Icon bbs and it’s absolutely decadent and wonderful. It smells magical yet feminine because of the ylang ylang, but there’s not alot of ylang ylang in here which is good in my opinion. I truly Love this ballistic. If you like a light sort of licorice smell you’ll probably like this. I think I’ve had about 60-75 in total throughout the years.

Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, colours 61585 & 18050, twinkling stars

Lush Times 2002 Yuletide description: Jingle Spells was last year’s Christmas ballistic bestseller, so we decided to leave it just exactly the way it was; why mess with success? It still has little stars in it and it still smells of juniperberry (the ones they make gin from) and revitalising tangerine with fennel, which smells a bit like aniseed, but not too strongly, plus beautiful floral ylang ylang blossom. Jingle Spells is a magically refreshing, detoxing bath; we recommend it as a Christmas hangover cure (but with out po-faced caps on we’d also like to recommend that you don’t drink too much as it’s very bad for your skin).

Notes: See Jingle Spells (star-shaped)

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