B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful

4.5 out of 5 rating

Ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Honey (mel), Red Clover Flower infusion (Trifolium pratense), Sodium Cocampho-acetate, Clover Honey (Mel), Orange Blossom Honey (Mel), Manuka Honey (Mel), Eucalyptus Honey (Mel), Rock Salt (sodium chloride), Cassie absolute (acacia farnesiana), Jasmine absolute (Jasminum officinale), Perfume, Gardenia Exract (Gardenia Jasminoides), Methyl-paraben, Propylparaben.

 

You can use it in the shower, as a bath foam or on your hair. It looks and smells like honey. But a deeper, darker honey with a little spiced goodness underneath. It’s captivating. Some find it too sweet. I felt that way too when I first tried it. I put it down and sniffed it later. I found it a month or so later and I sniffed it again, I was hooked. It is the Goddess of Lush Shower Gels.
Lush times 2002 description: B Never Too Busy to be Beautiful is our honeyshower gel. We love puting honey products because it is gorgeous on the skin and this time we’ve excelled ourselves. Have a look at the ingredients: four special flower honeys plus the usual ‘we don’t know where the bees got it’ honey mixed into a soothing, detoxifying infusion of red clover flowers. It smells of honey, of course, with a delightful fragrance of lovely cassie and sensual jasmine. If you’re not quite as sweet as you ought to be, showering with B will make you as you ought to be, showering with B will make you smell so delicious no-one that will ever notice your wicked side.

Here’s a demo video of it

3 thoughts on “B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful

  1. Hello! Love your video’s! Thank you! What other shower gel did you recommend to mix with this one ( B Never too Busy to B Beautiful) to create the old way it used to smell? It was something like B Electo……. Thanks Debbie

  2. Hi,
    I ordered a bottle of this after watching your lush kitchen video and I’ve been impatiently awaiting my package until it arrived two days ago. On first try the smell didn’t blow me away like I expected it to, to me it smells more like a black tea with honey than…pure honey.
    But then I followed your tip regarding using it as a shampoo. It’s also recommended on the bottle but I don’t think I would have followed the tip if it wasn’t for you and great Scott does my hair smell delicious.
    Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom with the internet! I really appreciate all the effort you’re putting into this page, the lush wiki and your youtube and instagram channels.
    Have a great day!
    All the best from Germany

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