Scent Family – Big Calm

Lush Big Calm Jelly was first, as a retro item, sold in stores in 2005, 2006 and then sold again on line only in Lush’s “retro’ section in 2009-2011, then remade and sold again in the online Lush Kitchen as an exclusive item four times from 2015-2017.

the scent is made with real pineapple juice (ive seen the pineapples in the lush im factory refrigerator) and coconut oil.

Lush Kitchen made the Big Calm body lotion and the solid Big Calm perfume exclusively in the Lush Kitchen in 2016 and nowhere else and at no other time than the one time only.

Then Lush introduced the Yellow Submarine bath bomb as an exclusive at the Lush Summit 2017. Now the Yellow Submarine is a regular in store bath bomb sold currently and on their mail order website.

here are some photos that i’ve taken of these products from 2006-2018

Lush Introduced their new ‘Coco Loco’ solid shower oil at the 2018 Lush Summit.

Scent Family-Butterball

Such an Underrated scent imo. In the pic are Lush 2018 ‘Peace Pioneer’ shower oil from the Summit, Butterbear christmas bath bomb, Butterbear wash card, Butterball body conditioner and Buttetball shower gel from the Lush Kitchen, and Butterball bath bomb from my local lush store. ♥️I’ve always loved this. To me it smells like chocolate. Even though it’s not made with chocolate, it’s made with ylang ylang and synthetic musk.

Tiger Tiger Burning Bright

.see my tub demo video below!

photo below cred to @Lushiezzz on Instagram

It’s said to have the ‘Prince Charming’ shower gel scent. Though in my noses opinion (your mileage may vary) the bright fruity note in the shower gel is less so in the bath bomb. theres a floral note in Prince Charming shower that is more prevelant in the bath bomb.

Citrussy, floral with a woody-ish note.

photo cred to @Alecommy

Turtle

Lush is making available today the ‘Turtle’ jelly bomb. I love it! It’s made in the same pine, Cypress, sandalwood and seaweed scent as their retro ‘Geophyzz’ bath bomb. So cute. They have little agar agar bits inside them to represent their plight with pollution in our oceans from waste.

In my photo below are the Mama Turtle above and baby turtle below her.

Here is a video recording of my tub demo of these.

Lush 2018 Regenerative Shower Oils

Lush has introduced 8 new solid shower oils at their Uk Lush Summit 2018 in London. These are to the body what Avocado Co Wash is to the hair. It’s co washing for the body.

It’s very slippery in the shower when you use these! The cocoa butter sometimes falls on the floor and it makes it slick so please be careful.

Before Lush called themselves Lush they were called “Cosmetics To Go’, during this time they made and sold a shower oil in a spray can called ‘Coco Loco’ shower oil.  So once again Lush Uk has thought out of the box and have remade the shower oils as solid so that there is no packaging involved. I will be getting 7 of the below shower oils next week and I will write reviews and record demo videos of each of them for you.

Here’s a video I made describing each one and I demo how it works on my arms in the sink.

These are finally something I would REALLY use, on an ongoing basis, everyday.

In the photo below the bottom row of four are my favorites.

The strongest scented are peace pioneer, vertical Abhyanga and argan dragon.

These are Finally a replacement for lotion, no pot, easy to use and store.

Almond Blossom (Mallorquin soap scent)

Argan Dragon (Bubblegum lip scrub scent)

Coco Loco (yellow Submarine scent)

Cool Beans (completely new scent)

Minamisoma (avocado co wash scent)

Nausicaa’s Golden Flask (a variation of Berry Berry Christmas scent)

Peace Pioneers (Butterball scent)

Vertical Abhyanga (The Soft Touch scent)

Honey I Washed the Kids body spray & scent family video

See my demo and review video below 🙂

Available in the uk

What’s not in my photo below (which I mention in my video) are the honey wood shower gel, the soap, the giant yellow Easter egg from 2005, the heart shaped bath bomb, the solid shampoo, the it’s raining men, the massage bar. I have separate pictures of all those.