4 out of 5 rating
Lime, coconut, chamomile, violet leaf absolute, cedarwood oil. There is nothing in this bar that would be offensive and nothing to”warn about” in my opinion. It’s lovely and at the same time smells like something you’d want a message with because it works. Initially buttery, a light lime smell that isn’t too strong, but it is noticeable and adds to the general perky prettiness of this scent. There is the familiar calming herby smell of chamomile, and the gorgeous slightly sweet violet leaf absolute. The coconut serves to round out the scent taking the herbs and lime and providing them a gentle sweet milky background. The primary scent is a fresh sea like scent. As the bar ages the violet leaf becomes more primary. If you have a chance to try this, I highly recommend this.
Lush Times 1999 description: Bewitched is made with those knobbly bits on one side to that you can smooth it all over your favourite person’s body to give him or her a bewitching experience. It’s like having two strong hands firmly massaging your muscles; run the Bewitched from the top to the bottom of the spine and they’ll be yours forever!* We make Bewitched with essential oils to help to bring you closer: violet leaf because it is said to restore the bonds of friendship, lime oil to help get rid of apathy (it’s decision time!) and chamomile to get your massagee to forget the past (and stop obsessing over ex-girlfriends). If by chance a Bewitched massage bar doesn’t work, then now is the time to ditch him and get a better one. (* If they’ve got any sense.) [/b][/quote]