Review: This is a rather frightening ballistic to some people, including myself. It smells like tar to me primarily, with a dark green forest or pine smell underneath. It’s rather smokey smelling like a fire. It is green and the color that it makes in the water is a medium yellow green color. The problem is the green yellow colored froth ring that it produces…and then leaves around the tub if it’s a white or light colored tub. One time some of us forumites created a thread called “The group Forest Atmosphere experiment” (or something close to that) inwhich we all decided to actually use our Deep Forest Atmosphere ballistics bravely, and without fear, together. Some of us “bit the bullet” *cough* and used it solo to really be able to describe to others what it smells like in the tub. Others who didn’t feel like “taking one for the team” creatively combined Deep Forest Atmosphere ballistic with some “Tramp” shower gel or a “Flower Tub” bubble bar or other lush products with a green scent. Some said that these combinations actually made quite a difference and while it wasn’t anything they’d like on a regular basis, it was something nice. Try it by itself… if you dare.
Lush ingredients: 90g £1.25 Contains: bicarb, citric acid, perfume, Siberian pine oil, oak moss absolute, cedar leaf distilled over orris root, tarragon oil, camomile oil, violet leaf absolute, crocin, colour 61585
Lush Times description: Take a trip to the virtual greenwood: those who live near enough to take a stroll through a real deep forest probably don’t need one of these; for the rest of us a deep forest bath refreshes your tired mind, banishes anxiety, calms and soothes. The Deep Forest is an aquired taste and well worth aquiring. City dwellers may need more than one.