Here’s a video demo i made of the Stardust bath bomb
5 out of 5 rating
See my 2 minute video demo below.
This is SO beautiful in the bath, beautiful surprises. This gets prettier as it melts away. What a knockout color when it melts. It looks so elegant, but when it’s in the water WOW. Purple heaven. It has the wonderfully spicy lavender and ginger scent. It was very moisturizing to my skin.
The lavender also promotes sleep.
I will definitely be buying more of these gorgeous things.
I can use them when i want to take ‘clearing my energy’ kind of a bath.
I made a 2 minute video demo below for Lush Oxford Street ‘Dreamtime’ bath oil. It has the same wonderful lavender scent as the refgular current ‘dreamtime’ bath melt.
U.S. only this time. (When i get some solids i’ll have a UK only giveaway.)
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Ingredients: Sodium Carbonate,Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerine,Lauryl Betaine, Perfume,Titanium Dioxide,Cocamide DEA, Synthetic Musk, Methyl Ionone,Benzyl Benzoate, Colour 45410, Colour 17200,Colour 14700
Lush: A reusable bubble bar star that gives mounds of sweet-smelling foam. This is a solid version of our best selling Snow Fairy shower gel for those who prefer to bath.
The magic of this version is that you can wave your wand under the water until you have the amount of bubbles you want – then you just stash it somewhere safe to dry off, ready for when you next bath. We’ve included pink ribbon and a bell, because if you are going to wave your wand, then you need some added drama and special effects! You should get several baths from this, depending on how much bubbly magic you want in your bath. Each one will leave you smelling of candy floss and pear drops. Baths don’t get more yummy or more girly than this.
Here’s a demo and review i made of this beautiful bubble bar in the tub.
$5.95 See my demo and review video below.
Lush description: Life is unpredictable, but with gunpowder tea and charcoal you can be sure of explosive freshness. Nibble one between your teeth for a blast of sea salt, aniseed and black pepper with the taste of spicy cola.
This is so yummy smelling. And it tastes nice. Most of all i like the thicker consistency. I have chronic dry lips (I live in the desert) and i need a little extra moisture. This does the trick well. My favorite of the four new lip balms from Lush Oxford Street in London.
This is a beautiful green lip balm. This isn’t a lush lip tint so It doesn’t leave any green color on your lips, it goes on clear. It’s a thinner consistency like passion fruit but it fels nice on the lips. The taste is good. And the smell is even better. It really does smell like Key Lime Pie. I enjoy this.
And exotic and energetic balm that glides on for fruity shine. This lip balm has a thinner, light feel and a good taste and some shine. I need a bit more moisturization in my lip balm, but this is not bad. If you don’t like a thick lip balm than this might be for you. It’s not a lip tint so it won’t leave any orange color on your lips, just shine.
This one has orange oil, orange flower, tamarind, and rose oil. Though not as tasty as the other two it is a nice taste, just not as strong as the others, on me anyway 🙂
£5.95 I made a swatch after someone asked me to, to help give a good idea of how it might look.
This one has real strawberries in it, as well as ylang ylang, melon, and spearmint. It tastes good.
A new bath oil “Melting Marshmallow Moments’ may sound familiar to you. That’s because there is already a bath melt in all stores with the same name.
This one of many products lush has made with the ‘Snow Fairy’ shower gel.
It’s a beautiful shimmery pink and yellow disk.
I was surprised that it didn’t color the water or have as much glitter as the other new Lush bath oils. However it has a good amount of scent in the bath and the almond oil and cocoa butter was moisturizing to my skin.
I think i like the Melting Marshmallow Moments bath melt more than this new solid bath oil. Mostly because it makes more of a showin the bath.
Not my favorite bath oil from Lush Oxford Street but it’s so pretty one can’t help but buy at least one.
Lush description: Sweet treat for silky skin.
Moisturizing marshmallow oil whipped up with cocoa butter and almond oils.
Here’s a video demo i made of the new Melting Marshmallow bath oil fast forward to 5:00
Here’s a video demo/review i made of these Limelight toothy tabs.
Lush description: Make an Entrance
All the worlds a stage. Get ready for your big moment with super citrusy lime oil.
This has lime, lemon and almond oil. The shimmery green color is pretty. While these were pleasant, they’re not my favorite of the 5 new Lush toothy tabs debuting first at Lush Oxford Street store. As i said in my video it’s not bad, it’s not fabulous, but somewhere in the middle. I didn’t taste as much lime as i thought i would considering the tastiness of the other toothy tabs i’ve tried. Still it made my mouth feel squeaky clean.
Here’s a video demo i made of Limelight toothy tabs. See my other toothy tab demos: Bling, Oral Pleasure, Tooth Fairy, Miles of Smiles.
Video demo below £5.00
I roll each color together to get a swirled pice like this. Then i cut them into 1 inch round pieces. Then i can use a round piece for the shower, and one in my soap dish at the sink. And it looks all swirly colored and pretty.
Here’s a video demo i did of Santa Fun bar, showing the various ways you can use it.
From the title of a Ray Bradbury novel/screenplay/movie.
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Almond Oil, Perfume, Ginger Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Oakmoss Absolute.
Review: Having a real ginger root scent, and not that of Gingerbread. The ginger is softened by lovely Jasmine and almond oil. This is a good blend of ginger and jasmine. The oakmoss lending that “spooky’ quality from the store of the same name. If it’s a fresh Something Wicked bathmelt you can smell the layers of scent, pretty floral, earthy oakmoss, spicy ginger. That said, i wish there were more scent. I’ve had a few that were stronger and the scent was very nice. But the weaker scented melts have to be brought up to the nose in order to smell them.
It makes a GORGEOUS color pattern in the water if it’s a fresh one, as you can see in my photo below.
Lush UK also made a Something Wicked Lotion for forum members only in 2009 or 2010. It was SO good. My photo of the lotion below.
Lush Times 2006 description: Possibly the Queen of our new bath melt selection. Ginger and jasmine envelope you in a sensual haze of soft, warm, welcoming swirls of glittery, moisturising foam. Wicked in every sense of the word.
This is what the Something wicked melt looked like during halloween 2008, with a dark pink red glitter.
Here’s an 8 second video showing my something wicked perfume.
Ingredients: £2.15 100g Sodium Bicarbonate, Perfume, Pink Rosebud, Lemon Oil, Orange Oil, Rose Absolute.
Review: The blend of rose and an orangey citrus is wonderful. Not a strong scent, more sublime. I wish they’d make a perfume out of this one.
The heart shaped Amandopondo soap on the left came in the giant 1000g Lush gift “Pink Caroline” ballistic. (see under gifts).
Lush Times 2006 Description: The Amandopondo bar has a little history. Its name means (we think) ‘I am defeated’ and it was made to commemorate the time when someone copied Lush products then tried to sue us for using his ideas – the cheek of it – on Christmas Eve!! Now didn’t that just spoil Lush’s Christmas Day? When he lost the case there was a little clause in the settlement that made him send six roses to say ‘sorry’. Hence, the Amandopondo is made with rose absolute perfume and topped with a real rosebud and it is our best little gift for saying ‘sorry’ to someone. It also smells of refreshing lemons, used to produce clarity of thought, and revitalising oranges to revive and calm the mind. An Amandopondo bath is an excellent way to forgive and forget whatever went wrong and start afresh.