5 out of 5 rating
See my demo of this bubble bar
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Lauryl Betaine, Fair Trade Shea Butter, Perfume, Rose Absolute,Geranium Oil, Rose Oil, Lemon Oil, Cocamide DEA, PEG-6 Caprylic / Capric Glycerides, Titanium Dioxide, Colour 17200
Lush Times: A bath that helps you get out of it feeling better than when you got in. With lemon to bring clarity and alertness and rose to lift the spirits. The geranium oil in here will balance the skin, whilst the coconut oil and shea butter will leave you feeling smooth and soft. This smells of roses, with the sweetness of jam – it shares the same fragrance as Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner.
The fragrance in Rose Jam was invented by Simon. Every year he visits Turkey during the rose harvest to see our rose absolute being produced. He talks about the smell of roses in the fields in the hot Turkish sun and the lunchtimes sat out eating rose jam with Hassan, our rose grower. The rest of us here at Lush think he’s jammy to have this aspect of the job – and we notice that it is always tales he brings back to us, not pots of the actual jam!
Here’s a demo video i made of the Lush Rose bubbleroon in the tub
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Perfume, Bergamot Oil, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Violet Leaf Absolute, Gardenia Extract, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Colour 14700, Colour 45410, Colour 17200, Dairy Free Chocolate Drops, Candy Leaf, Candy Stalk
Lush Times: If you’re wondering what kind of creature a Mumkin is then it’s no use asking us, because we don’t know either! All you need to know is that she’s cute, very friendly and loves to be crumbled under the tap to bring you mountains of fruity bubbles. The Mumkin smells of sweet raspberries and colours the bath water a pretty shade of pink.
Lush told me This has the same scent as the Lush Easter soap “Egg Hunt“, and the Lush bath oil ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.
Here’s a demo video i made of this cute bubble bar
Ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Perfume, Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin), Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Lavendin Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Pine Oil (Pinus), Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogan flexuosus), Elemi Oil (Canarium commune), Sodium Chloride, Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides).
This is a shower gel with the Lush “Karma” scent of orange, patchouli and pine. This was invented when Lush Hilary made only five bottles for a special raffle on the Lush UK forum for forum members only. More recently, in the Lush Kitchen, Karma shower gel was remade for a limited time.
Karma shower gel is a much better way to get the Karma scent on your bod than say, the soap, except, it’s too drying on my skin. It’s also possible to wash your hair with it or even use it as a bath foam. It’s easier to lather than the Karma soap. It’s thick and gelatinous. And a little goes a long way on a shower pouff, vs. the soap gets smaller and disappears much quicker oz for oz. The Karma fragrance stays on the skin longer than other lush shower gels too! 😀 I give this a 2.5-3.0 out of 5 rating.
Here’s a video demo i made of this shower gel close up
A bunch of you clever noggins figured out yesterday’s menu-teaser word jumbles; good job! For those folks whose minds were elsewhere, here are the Voted For delights next week has in store:
Monday: Twilight Shower gel, £11.00, and Mrs Whippy bath bomb, £4.00.
Tuesday: Avoshower shower gel, £11.25, and Mumkin Bubble bar, £3.95.
Wednesday: Twilight Solid Perfume, £9.00, and Abombinaball Bath bomb, £4.95.
Thursday: Calacas Shower gel, £11.00, Rose Jam Solid Perfume, £9.00, and Bom Perignon bath bomb, £3.50.
Friday: Error 404 bath bomb, £4.04, and Karma Shower Gel, £11.25.
I’ll be getting one or two in about a week. At that time i’ll make a video demo and review of Spring Bunny in the tub.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of Spring Bunny bath bomb
Ingredients: Dark Chocolate, Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Violet Leaf Absolute (Viola odorata), Perfume.
Lush Times description: It IS real orange, sandalwood and violet leaf scent that are put into Choco La La and not ‘plastic’; as some of people have commented. They probably don’t realize that many of the scents they think are ‘natural’ are made in test tubes. If you try out this massage bar, you will experience the incomparable feeling of warmed cocoa butter and chocolate being smoothed into the skin, smell the revitalizing orange oil, the sandalwood to encourage relaxation and violet leaf to remember how to enjoy your sensuality. Do you get it? Perhaps it may be a little messy but it does wash out of your sheets and linen. Tap into your sense of adventure!
Here’s a demo & review video i made of Lush Choco La La massage bar
Review: This is definitely one of my favorite lush massage bars. It looks like a little fancy chocolate dessert. It smells of chocolate (real chocolate smell, not fake chocolate) and violet leaf absolute (Daddy O, Bathos, Retread) It’s grittier than a lot of bars because of the chocolate. It harder to rub in to your partners skin than other lush massage bars, so you have to rub it in longer to get the brown chocolate rubbed in the skin. I’d give this a 3.5 rating