Lush Hair Marshmallows shampoo

I became familiar with these at the 2018 Lush Creative Showcase.

I have recorded a sink demo for you, it shows me shampooing my hair at the sink with the black one.

I explain each one in detail in my video.

Here is a photo of all four by Daniel_james_campbell on Instagram

Lush Bauble bath melts

I finally got these today (Jan 3).

See my haul video which includes a tub demo

Lush has introduced ten bath melts/oils that can be hung as ornaments on a Christmas tree or can be used as tags on gifts, for Christmas 2018 as a limited edition product.

Snowman (lemon, lemon myrtle and mint)

Orange (cinnamon, orange, Hot Toddy)

Winter Night (Furze)

Merry Christmas (orange-Berry Berry Christmas shower gel scent)

Anise (Ginger-yuk)

Iron Harvest (lavender and oats, same scent as Dreamtime bath oil, et al)

Dragon’s Temple (Same as Delight bath oil, pepper, lime)

St Basil (Jungle)

Retro Tree (Floating island)

Amelie Kringle (Candy Fluff)

Each has its own fragrance and each are made with different ingredients, all are made with cocoa butter and murumuru butter.

some have scents that Lush has used in other products but most of their scents are new.

I bought all but one, the Hot Toddy one. That was sold out when i got to the site. However, i did buy a Hot Toddy one from a woman who lives in Germany. So eventually i’ll be able to add that one here too. Keep coming back to this page. ūüôā

I’m going to use each of the nine different ones i bought and write a review, and record a short tub water demo video for each one, and i’ll add them to this page as i use them.

I’m going to use the best smelling one (in my opinion) first.

You simply place the bauble in an already filled tub and the hot water of the tub melts the bauble. Each one makes a different shade of water. Alternatively you can hold it under the water faucet of the tub. But many consider the ‘show’ that it puts on when it is placed in the already filled tub water part of the effect.

Winter Night

This particular bauble, Winter Night’ melt is my favorite scent of the 10 different bauble melts that Lush has created as an exclusive in the Uk for Christmas 2018.

i’m going to go take a bath with this one and will have pics and tub video in a couple of hours.

Lush Floral Bombshell

5 out of 5 rating. Really i.should give this a 6 if there were such a thing.

See my 3 minute Tub Demo video below

In 2018 Lush put on their huge yearly Creative Showcase event where they get to show attendees what cool and inovative products they’ve invented over the last year.

One of the rooms thete had the ‘Bombshells’. A place where fresh flowers and plants grow and fruits and giant hollowed out bath bombs were displayed.

There were four different kinds of these giant bombshells. Citrus, Seaweed, Floral and im not sure of the Pink One’s name yet. Ive used and reviewed all but the seaweed one, i still have that one left. The others are here

This here is the Floral Bombshell.

They have two halves which are seperate and you can put fresh flowers or fruits inside and close the other half on top so it’s like a shell.

Heres my 3 minute tub demo video

Two different colors, and two different textures. It was like bathing in a beautiful watercolor painting. Soft and pretty, ever so slightly sweet floral scent. very light Glitter. 5 out of 5 rating. They were £18.00 i wish i had two or three more of these. I like all the different Lush bombshells but this is my favorite one thusfar.

There is a creamy, pink layer over the periwinkle blue water layer, which makes it look and feel as if im bathing in a beautiful watercolor painting.

I wish i would have bought two or three more. This is amongst those small number of Lush bath bombs that are so big, good or otherwise special that they belong above the 5 out of 5 rating vath bombs. Floral Milk is one of those.

The Comforter bath bomb

5 out of 5 rating

See my 2 minute Tub Demo below

Lush has opened up a new store in the Harajuku area of Japan. At this new, special store Lush will sell 35-50 exclusive bath bombs. One of these exclusive Japan Harajuku store bombs is The Comforter.

The scent is supposed to smell like the popular ‘Comforter’ bubble bar and shower gel. Its a berryish scent made with black currant (cassis) and bergamot. These combine to make a lushious, slightly fruity scent.

Lush used to sell in store a Comforter shower cream and they currently sell a large pink and white swirly bubble bar. Lush also made an exclusive perfume and sold it at lush.co.uk once

Lush Description:

Fizzing fast to create fruity foam of purple, pink and white, this cloud-like ball of cassis will help you unwind before you hit the hay. A merry berry blanket of blackcurrant comforts and a burst of brightening bergamot oil refreshes and resets the mind. Meanwhile, soothing cypress oil ushers in a tide of comfort and joy.

It doesnt have the acrid note that some of the comforter products have. This bomb has nothing but a smooth, slightly sweet creamy cassis and bergamot note.

It seems to have an almost vanilla-like note as well.

The deep pink is gorgeous with the undulating, glittery sparkle.

ingredients

Tub demo

Honey I Washed the Kids bath bomb

3.5 out of 5 rating

See my 1 minute tub demo video below

Lush has opened up a new store in the Harajuku area of Japan. At this new, special store Lush will sell 35-50 exclusive bath bombs. One of these exclusive Japan Harajuku store bombs is Honey I Washed the Kids.

Its got a strong fragrance of bergamot, and orange oil and other goodies so that it winds up smelling like toffee. Its a very popular scent that Lush has used in many different bath bombs and othrr products in the past.

Lush used to sell a bath bomb in all their stores called ‘Honey Bee’ which was HIWTK scented. However it was discontinued in 2016. It was a pale color. It wasnt a bright yellow color like this Japan exclusive bomb.

This doesnt have any glitter. It has something in it that seems to be somewhat conditioning to my skin.

The scent is nice and strong.

When i compare it to the other exclusive bath bombs it isnt one of my favorites. But it is good.

if you like all things in this scent i would recommend it.

demo video

Lush Japan Harajuku New Concept Store

November 2018- Lush has opened up a new concept store in Harajuku section of Japan.

To commemorate the opening, lush has introduced five or six of the exclusive Lush Japan bath bombs at the Lush 2018 Creative Showcase. I’ll list them below and include links to the product article.

This new store will have 35 New, never been made before bath bombs, and 25 Retro bombs.  Bombs that were made before but discontinued long ago.

At this new store, after downloading a cool app,  one can hold their phone up to a bath bomb at this store and the price, name, description about the bomb come up, and allows one to order it.

then as one watches the bath bombs come through a conveyor belt that winds into the store and the customer can pick their bath bomb up!

I also hear that lush is playing with the concept of having this store only stocked with fan favorites, which change out every month.  Admittedly I may have one or two details confused as I am getting this information second and third hand.  I plan on asking Lush if this is true.  If it is what a great idea.

It’s exciting to see even more new Lush fans developing in Japan!

I’ll be getting some of the store bombs sent to me via my lovely friend. I just don’t know which ones. ¬†Meanwhile, until I receive these, I’ll add those store photos and more products from her here on this page over the next couple of days.

Bag Flower (also see Lavender Bag Flower)

Black Rose

Blackberry Bomb

Cappa Cucumber

Clouds

Geode

Ginger Ninja

Golden Pear

Goddess

Harajuku

Honey I Washed the Kids

Kitsune

Hulder

Lavender Bag Flower

Lucky Cat

Marshmallow World

Melusine

Pirates of the Carageenan

Peng

Royalty

Sea Salt and Clay

Shijimi

So White

Splash

Tender is the Night

The Comforter

Tumeric Latte

Strawberries and Cream

Seasalt and Clay

Starburst Harajuku

Sushi

Yokoza

Yuzu & Cocoa

In the new store in Harajuku Japan Lush has installed a conveyor which carries them into the room.