Description: Our Rose Jam shower gel with its sweet, addictive scent is back by popular demand. With a vanilla pod infusion, goji berry juice and vitamin rich, nourishing argan oil, this shower gel is truly indulgent.
Here is a photo I took of all the Lush Rose Jam products
People who love Rose Jam Bubbleroon and Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner will love this too as we use the same floral, fruity-smelling combination of Turkish rose absolute and geranium oil.
An International Giveaway, for anyone in any country, including US, UK, Canada, Australia, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, France, etc…I will send anywhere and pay the shipping costs, (unless it’s silly expensive then i may ask for help).
One winner (chosen by random number generator) will win the below 12 Lush products, which made a debut at their new Superstore on Oxford Street in London a couple of weeks ago. And there a few ‘Lush Kitchen’ online exclusive items. And there might be a couple of other little surprises in there too. 🙂 I’ll announce the winner here on October 10.
TTIP that Dirty Deal down the plughole with a people power shower made of rose and bergamot oils, housed in a box designed by Vivienne Westwood and her Climate Revolution. All profits from the sales of this flowery showder will go towards European grassroots groups fighting TTIP (The Transatlantic Trade And Investment Partnership), a series of secret trade negotiations which threaten our democratic rights. Pour a little of this silky kaolin and coconut oil showder into your hands and lather up in the shower for a frothy, fizzing cleanse and very vibrant surprise. Showders, and trade deals, are not always what they might first seem…
Join the fight against corporate greed by signing War On Want’s petition here.
Here’s a short 5 minute video of how to use it
I enjoyed washing with this. When combined with water and damp skin, the scent is a pretty and bright rose floral. turns from pink into a light purple kaolin and coconut oil. I know some of you are afraid of using things that might stain, but as you can see in the video, it rinses off clean, no color on my skin and none on my white sink.
Has the ‘So White’ scent. This was a soap that Lush sold in Christmas of 2010.
There are two pieces (one green and a smaller red ) soaps, a doll-shaped ‘Cinders‘ bath bomb, and a doll-shaped, and a So White bath bomb. all nested inside of each other, like a real Russian Matroyshka Doll.
I ordered some so will be able to demo and review in a few days.
Nightwing jelly $6.95 3.5oz
For dark nights
A fang-tastically fruity jelly to put the bite back into bathtime. When the dark night rises, seek the fruity candy-scented salvation of this aloe vera and lime juice jelly and cover yourself in a sweet, carrageenan lather. For an extra stimulating hit, use it fresh from the fridge or freezer. A hint of vitamin E-rich carob syrup delivers extra nourishment to the body and adds to that deliciously fruity perfume.
Glycerine , Water (Aqua) , Sodium Laureth Sulfate , Propylene Glycol , Fresh Lime Juice and Aloe Vera Gel Decoction (Citrus Aurantifolia; Aloe Barbadensis) , Carrageenan Extract (Chondrus crispus) , Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia) , Carob Syrup (Ceratonia Siliqua) , *Citral , *Limonene , Red 33 , Blue 1 , Iron Oxides . *Occurs naturally in essential oils
Description: This bath bomb, named after the ruler of the Pagan Feast of Fools, has a strange and magnificent fragrance created by Gorilla Perfumer Simon Constantine. This bomb will slowly dissolve to reveal a wine coloured centre, with the added sweetness of the world’s first fair trade vanilla absolute, perfectly balanced by the earthy scents of black pepper and patchouli oil.
The design of this bomb is inspired by the paper hats you find inside Christmas crackers, which were originally based on the crown the Lord of Misrule would wear whilst he presided over the court. Arriving at Halloween, the Lord of Misrule will be gracing us with his presence until the first signs of spring.
Here’s a video of Lord of Misrule bath bomb in the tub
This has the same scent as the Lush “Mr. Punch” soap from the past years. This bubble bar makes a Beautiful orange colored water and orange sparkles. See the video (link below) of the Sparkly Pumpkin in the bath 🙂
Lush Description: At the end of a long day, pop this Sparkly Pumpkin into the bath. As you crumble its golden shimmery self 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.
Here’s a a video i made of the Sparkly Pumpkin bubble bar in the bath
Such a yummy scent
I don’t know if this necessarily smells like Egg Nog, but it is yummy. The smell reminds me of Creme Brulee. That kind of carmalised sugar smell. It’s not drying, nor is it moisturizing, it’s somewhere in the middle. I like to use this soap in a bath with Yog Nog Fun bar for bubbles, and a Butterball bath bomb. Scrumptious!
Other Lush Items in this Yog Nog scent are
Yog Nog bath bomb
Yog Nog liquid perfume
Yog Nog solid perfume
Yog Nog Fun bar
Here’s a video i made of the Yog Nog soap and other things in this Yog Nog scent
In 2013 Lush made “Soot Ball” bath bomb, “Pumkin” bubble bar, and “Lord of Misrule” bath bomb (for the first time). The following are some photos and videos I took of my soot ball and Lord of Misrule bath bomb.
Here’s the Cobweb bath bomb which was made during this Halloween
Ghost Shower gel
Here’s a video i made with all the “Ghost” scented products that Lush has made throughout the years.
Calacas means “Skull” in Spanish. My family celebrates this day.
I gathered all the Calacas scented Lush products (except Enchanter) from my Lush museum and took this photo.
Here’s Day of the Dead perfume.
Here’s a picture i took of Lush “Calacas” jelly. When you take it out of the container and plopped it out on a dish or counter top it has a skull shape and facial details. Awesome.
This is what the Calacas skull jelly looks like still in the container while i shine some light in it. I liked the spooky effect it gave the jelly.
Lush Halloween online party, including the Lush “Magic” bath bomb, which is on my ‘top three Lush bath bombs of all time’ list.
Here’s a photo of Magic in my lush wiki
Here’s a Lush forum member only ‘Magic” jelly made for one day only for us forum members on the lush UK forum
Lady Catrina soap
Here’s a video of my Lush UK Halloween 2014 order
Here’s the “Something Wicked This Way Comes’ bath melt from 2005. That year they made them special for UK forum members in a dark pink shimmery color in addition tot he regular ones. I think both are gorgeous! Jasmine and Ginger.
Demon in the Dark
Here’s a video i made showing all the past Halloween products that i’ve collected through the years.
Made from melon pull, not trees! You just tear off a small piece and wash with it like soap. Not only does it cleanse, but it’s moisturizing too, and your left with the scent of snow fairy your skin. Fairly economical too, a little tiny piece goes a long way.
Lush description: Oral Pleasure- They’ll blow you away.
Passionfruit and electric daisies make this just the job for mouthwatering brushing.
I like these ‘Oral Pleasure’ tooth tablets. So far there hasn’t been any new toothy tabs that I don’t like. Oral Pleasure has a good taste, though there are some folks who prefer other of the new toothy tabs. I think it taste like sweet tarts candy. I think all of the new toothy tabs do. And the tingling feeling, it’s mild but it is noticeable. Odd feeling, good taste, if that makes sense.
See other Lush toothy tabs; Tooth Fairy strawberry toothy tabs, Bling! toothy tabs, Limelight toothy tabs.
Lush description: Wish and swish. Turn your toothbrush into a magic wand with sparkles and strawberries.
Review: This is a fluoride and checmical free option for cleaning your teeth. Basically you wet your toothbrush, then stick the bristles in the tooth powder, and then brush as usual. It tastes like strawberry, and my teeth did feel squeaky clean afterwards. Even though it has sparkles the sparkle doesn’t stick to your teeth. I’m definitely using this one up. I have the other new toothy tabs to use before i can get another Toothy Fairy powder. Video coming very soon.
Review: This is nice. I like it more than the other chocolate lush massage bars. It really does smells like peppermint and chocolate. It’s good for rubbing it on your man after a late dinner..
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, Synthetic musk,Peppermint Oil, Perfume.
2001 Lush Times description: Still on the the best sellers, the old favourite After 8:30 attracts people with its mint chocolate scent. Often people want to know if it’s edible and while it wont’ do you any harm if you accidentally lick a body part covered in After 8:30, we’d recommend that you use it for what it does best, moisturizing your skin with cocoa butter and stimulating the mind and body with peppermint which was, incidentally, used by the ancient Hebrews in perfumes because of its aphrodisiac properties. It brings a dinner a deux to the perfect conclusion, and massaging your skin with chocolate is so much better for you than eating it.
Lush Description: Waylander Rhassoul is a soap for preparing bodies for adventure, especially if theyve not seen daylight for a while. What they need is a lovely, clay based soap made with Rhassoul Mud from the Atlas Mountains, a traditional Moroccan skin and scalp treatment which works marvels on troubled skin – perfumed with earthy patchouli oil, with pumice powder mixed in so when the Rhassoul mud washes away the dirt youre left with a hard, rocky centre of ground pumice to scrub away rough skin. Use it on feet, hands, elbows and knees (especially before using fake tan). At this point you start up a new, soft, creamy, muddy bar and youll find that your skin has already transformed itself magically from dull to bright.
Review:This soap is the epitome of an ‘Earthy’ smell. Rasshoul smells of rich earth. Men would love this. And I love it. It’s a comforting and grounding scent.
This soap used to be called ‘Middle Earth Turns to Rock’. But they changed the name in 2008 after one of my fellow forum members held in high esteem, Simon, ‘Wallander’ was his forum name. He made his own armor.
This bomb doesn’t color the water. It’s an old school classic lush bomb from 1998. It has stick pieces of cinnamon in the bath bomb. They are supposed to represent a game of throwing six into the river on a bridge in the book Winnie the Pooh’.
This is a fast fizzer in the tub. It fizzes away quickly. It smells spicy and licorice-y. I like black licorice and i love cinnamon. I’ve used this to perfume the bathroom or my bedroom. It smells yummy.
Lush Spring 1999 UK description: Beautiful P Green Soap is very, very green – coloured with spinach and chlorophyll – made in a big block which looks rather like a deep, translucent freshwater pond with flowers and leaves floating on top. Fortunately, it doesn’t smell like one. However, it does have a deep, dark green scent [for those of you who smell in colour] with sandalwood, benzoin and a hint of tangerine, providing the delicious odour. Continuing the poetry theme, this one was inspired by The Owl and the Pussycat who, you may remember, went to sea in a beautiful pea green boat. (You get a slice off the 25 kilogram pond, not the whole thing, so you may get a slice of waxed flower or leaf.
(Dark leafy greens, light fruity note and slightly incensey)
This was always a favorite of mine. It’s like Ceridwen’s Cauldron bath met, but more exotic smelling. It has one of my faovrite spices-Cardamom- and rose petals and ginger oil. It was both yummy and gorgeous.
There was also an Elixir bubble bar, which was also beautiful in the bath.
And the blue is a limited edition one i got for the Lush Holidays years ago.
Lush Description: Every year we give our best selling Creamy Candy Bar bubble bar a special outfit for Xmas. Last year it was in the shape of a cane, this year we’ve turned it into a little swirly mountain peak. But whatever the shape and look, the thing that never changes is that lovely vanilla and candy floss smell and the mountains of soft bubbles.When the busy season has exhausted you, the hoards of shoppers have pushed and shoved you, and you think you can’t take any more – lie back in a Candy Mountain bath and feel its sweet and comforting hug.
Other things in this scent are (I’ll enter them all here soon)
Creamy Candy bubble bar
Creamy Candy bath melt
Creamy Candy body lotion
Creamy Candy perfume
Candy Cane bubble bar
Here’s another version of Candy Mountain bubble bar, same scent different look.
Review: Prounced foo-kay, (one of my friends went scuba diving there once) this ballistic was good. Not fabulous, but nice. 🙂 It made the water a bit creamier than most lush ballistics, I think that was because of the coconut cream. The orange and coriander went well the coconut. It could’ve been just a tad stronger but it was nice. You could see the small pieces of dessicated coconut in the water. But the scent was so weak. This was DC’ed in 2005.
Lush Times 2005 description: The thought of Jack Constantine larging it in Asia provided the inspiration for this one. Phuket, Mark was heard to say, he’s off enjoying himself again.
See my one minute video of it below
When it’s nice weather for ducks outside, head straight for the shower with this lemon jelly. Inside, a citrus explosion of fresh organic lemon infusion, lemon oil and organic lemon myrtle will blow the blues away. Why not take your jelly straight out of the fridge or freezer and into the bath or shower with you? The rush of cold on your skin will send blood pumping to the surface, increasing circulation and delivering a super-refreshed feeling.