5 out of 5 rating
This reminds me of the smell of spice cake. And it tastes good. It was very popular.
I would buy more than one of these.
Lush Times Xmas 2008: Orange and lemons, currants and sultanas, vanilla, sherry and treacle. This must be the tastiest lip balm on the planet. At Lush we have quite a lot of vegans working for us, that’s the people who won’t eat or use any animal products at all. As you can imagine it can be quite tricky for vegans to find lovely products but at Lush and B it’s quite easy. That’s except in the lip balm department, where all our 2008 products were vegetarian but not vegan. Our vegans also have a great fondness for cake; Sean’s non-cheesecake is the current favourite. So when Helen and Noriko blended out new vegan lip balm base, Helen decided to make it cake flavoured. We would use that old saying about killing two birds with one stone, but that really upsets the Lush vegans so we won’t.
Ingredients: 2835 Let them eat cake £4.50 Organic Olive Oil (Olea europaea), Currant, Sultana and Raisin Infusion, Japan Wax, Fresh Lemon and Fresh Orange Peel Infusion, Shea butter, Plum Kernel Oil, Flavour, Sherry, Vanilla, Lemon Oil, Lime Oil, Cognac Oil Glycerine, Organic Black Treacle
I’m vegan and not offended by the phrase killing two birds- lol since no birds are actually killed. This reminds me of the flying fox temple balm that was released around this time in 2008. It was lovely
And no I don’t have an issue with honey at all, as long as it’s ethically sourced