4 out of 5 rating
Something Wicked bath melt
From the title of a Ray Bradbury novel/screenplay/movie.
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 story 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 and perfume for forum members only in 2009 or 2010. It was SO good.
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Almond Oil, Perfume, Ginger Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Oakmoss Absolute.
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 one year only during halloween 2008, with a dark pink red glitter.
Below is a special dark pink glittery one that Lush made only one year for Halloween/Christmas time in the mid 2000’s
Here’s an 8 second video showing my something wicked perfume.
The latest addition to this scent family is an exclusive shower bomb (there two in the picture) made in the Lush Labs 2018.