Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Soya Milk (Glycine soja), Perfume, Bergamot Oil (Citrus bergamia), Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale), Cedarwood Oil (Cedrus atlantica), *Limonene, *Linalool, Titanium Dioxide. I made a video of this below.
2006 Review: What a lovely smelling ballistic. It’s so violet-y and pretty but not too strong a violet like in Bathos, but it’s not a disappearing scent either, just right. I love the shiny satin-like purple stuff in the middle, great color. It made kind of a sandy colored water which was odd, but if you combine this with a Bathos bubble bar which is purple, and has violet oil in it, that would be the best. Maybe wash you hair with some violet-y Lush DaddyO shampoo, after bath a dusting of Flower Market dusting powder and a light spritz of Lush “V” perfume should send you on your way to Violet Valhalla. I think this could be a classic ballistic. I can see this staying ballistic around for awhile. Pretty.
2015 Review: I like this as much as i liked it when it came out originally. It’s a milky violet and it’s a slow, silent fizzer, it’s just lovely. A milky color with the little purple dot of color adding a last minute drop of color in the middle of all the creamy white color.
Lush 2006 description: You can just imagine the looks on the faces of all the Lush ballistic makers when they found out that as well as stirring the mixture, scooping it out and putting it into the two halves of the mold, that they also had to put in a miniscule magic grotto into each one! Fortunately, as Ne Worry Pas is scented with soothing bergamot oil and jasmine essential oils they’ll be smiling despite themselves. The plan is this: take your Ne Worry Pas, whisper your worries into the grotto, then let them fizz away into the milky (soya) bath water. After a lovely refreshing bath, they’ll disappear down the plughole forever!
Here’s a video i made of what Ne Worry Pas looks like in the tub for you 🙂