Lush Kitchen March 2021 Subscription box

Here’s what won the vote. Not gonna lie. I’m disappointed that the two great bath bombs and the gorgeous bubble bar didn’t win.

Here’s My unboxing video of the Subscription Box

Smugglers Soul facial scrub

Rose Butterfly bath bomb

Needles and Pine jelly

Smaragadine liquid bubble bath

Needles and Pine jelly

Amandopondo bubble bar

The Happy Pill bath bomb

Karma Kream body lotion

Dorothy bubble bar

Yummy Mummy body conditioner

Lush Labs January 2021 ‘Fresh Flowers’ subscription box?

I’m so confused at this point. It’s the Lush Kitchen that has the subscription boxes…so reading the email i got from the Lush Labs about their ‘monthly subscription box’ confused me.

Apparently the Lush Labs, that we all love and wished were coming back, has came back with a subscription box, But it’s Uk only. When i followed the link i got via email from the Lush Labs it said it was i’m only. probably because the products are things like fresh face masks.

Great.

So here’s the first box and it’s contents. 😊 It’s called the Fresh Flowers box. It has a couple of exclusive products in it. Two facial products.

1. Glen Cocoa face mask

2. Rolled Enfluerage

3. i pads the red, flat jelly looking things.

1.

Confetti perfume

I made a video describing this scent. The video is below, just go to 7:32 in the video for Confetti.

Confetti                                €90/£70 for 100ml

Emma’s initial workings were based on Rose, Violet, Coffee and Pear as a combination. Rowena smelt the perfume and thought it smelt of Sugar Almonds (a pastel coloured candy Almond – Usually found as a gift on the table at British Weddings). In Italy they have the same tradition for celebratory events and the Sugar Almonds are known as Confetti – which was a perfect fit …so much so, that this will be Emma’s signature scent for her wedding in 2020. 

Ingredients: Violet leaf absolute, Rose oIl, sandalwood oil

QI: DRF Alcohol, Perfume, Alpha-Isomethyl ionone, Water (Aqua), Glycerine, Geraniol, Rose Oil (Rosa damascena), Violet Leaf Absolute (Viola odorata), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum austro-caledonicum vieill), *Benzyl Alcohol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Benzyl Cinnamate, *Cinnamal, *Citral, *Citronellol, *Eugenol, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool

Olfactory description: The three stages of relationships are featured in this perfume. The innocent of violet leaf, like the beginnings of all relationships. The sensuality and deepness of love from the Roses and the comforting solidity of all marriages provided by the sandalwood oil. Sweet and floral.

video go to 7:32

Rose Argan naked massage oil

5 out of 5 rating

See my 4 minute demo, review, description video below.

This is a massage bar. It’s a new product for Valentine’s this year. Made in the Ro’s Argan/Rose Jam scent. It’s different looking than the ‘Pearl’ massage bar that had the same scent that was discontinued a couple of years ago.

Get closer to the ones you love, including yourself, with a massage of ruby cocoa liquor, argan oil and rosewater.
£8 / €10 each

I’m going to order one from Lush Uk tomorrow, and when i receive my order i’m going to take pictures of it and make a demo video for you.

my Demo video

Blow Me a Kiss

This is a new bubble bar for Valentine’s this year.

5 out of 5 rating.

see my 1 minute Tub Demo below.

I was not expecting to like this so much. What i love about this bar most is the smell. It’s made with Davana oil. Whenever i smell a Lush product with davana oil it always smells like tropical fruit.

This bar smells like a cross between banana and cherry. The scent is really good!

This Blow Me a Kiss bar is a reusable type of bar.

You use it, and then when you have enough bubbles simply put it where it can dry, like a soap dish, and then you can use it for another bath on another day.

“AValentine’s bubble bar to create crimson waters, mounds of uplifting bergamot and fruity davana oil bubbles and lips that are just begging to blow a bubble or two…”

I couldn’t blow a bubble with it. But i didn’t keep trying either so your mileage may vary.

How to use:
Hold under running water for mounds of bubbles or blow through for an airborne bubble show. When you’ve whipped up enough bubbles, pop on the side to dry for next time.

A Valentine’s bubble bar to create crimson waters, mounds of uplifting bergamot and fruity davana oil bubbles and lips that are just begging to blow a bubble or two…
£5.95 / €7.50 each

Tub Demo Vid

Love Me Do

5 out of 5 rating.

See my 3 minute Tub Demo Vid with scent description below of this stunning bath bomb.

Love Me Do bath bomb

This is another new product for Valentine’s this year.

Treat yourself, or someone you love to this rose filled bath treat. Once you’ve enjoyed, the muslin cloth, tag and raffia can all be composted. A treat for you and the planet.
£6.95 / €8.50

Tub Demo

Heart Beat

5 out of 5 rating

See my tub demo vid below

This has a lovely rose floral fragrance. It’s made with rose oil. It’s a gorgeous deep rose pink color. And it has gold bath melt hearts embedded in the bath bomb. Perfect for Valentine’s Day

Heart Beat bath bomb

This is new for Valentine’s this year.

The scent of red roses, nourishing golden cocoa hearts and a spoonful of popping candy for the heartbeat. That’s a whole lot of love to bathe in.
£5.95 / €7.50 each

A Rose Jam-scented, cocoa butter packed fizzer that’ll send hearts racing for the tub.

Bathe in love with this Valentine’s bath bomb. Rose Jam scented with moisturising golden hearts and a spoonful of popping candy for the heartbeat. What’s not to love?

How to use:
Run your bath and climb in before dropping this sensual treat into the water for a heartwarming soak. Feel good knowing the rose absolute is sourced from our regenerative rose project in Pakistan.

Smell familiar? This beating bath bomb shares the scent of the Rose Jam collection.

How to store:
Keep in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to soak in sensually sweet scents.

There are so many things to love about this bath bomb. The design, the color, the scent, the features.

It’s a slow fizzer which i like because i don’t like when bombs fizz and dissolve too quickly.

I like watching them slowly spin around the tub because sort of meditative for me. And i like picking them up and stuff.

tub demo video