see my video review below 🙂
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Perfume, Rose Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Sandalwood Oil, Gardenia Extract.
Review:The original bar was two toned. Later lush changed it’s appearance to be round and having red lips on top of the bar. Fever smells strongly of rose absolute, but it smells like real roses, as if from a rose bush, or the rose smell of a florist shop. It also has beautiful Jasmine and calming sandalwood. I think it smells like 1950’s lipstick in a good way. In a wonderfulyl heady but addictive way. When I first sniffed this, I didn’t like it. It was waaay too strong for me. I think it was in the 2nd order I made with Lush and I was not used to Lush’s real, non-synthetic fragrances. Now it is one of my favorite bars ever. Later on, Lush made “Hollywood” Christmas bubble bar in the Fever scent by the way and Lush’s “Mirror Mirror” neck cream has the Fever scent also. Fever is absolutely intoxicating. And for you BPAL lovers, Beth’s Tarot: “The Empress” is a dead on ringer for Fever. Both have jasmine, rose and sandalwood.
Lush Times 2005 description: In the 1950s some new aromas were invented which changed the olfactory shape of perfume for ever. In Fever we’ve used one of them, with some of our favourite floras to produce a fragrance that epitomizes the scent for the 1950s independent women, shaking off traditions and exploring the brave new world. Picture yourself in dark sunglasses, pink lipstick and fitted sweater, scented with rose, warming sandalwood and sensual jasmine, ready to defy convention and enjoy life to the full. Fever is the massage bar to use on the sweet new guy in town to help him to cut loose and get hip.
Here’s a video review of my piece of my Fever.