Made as a limited edition for Christmas 2010-2011 only. And remade for the previous incarnation of the Lush Kitchen in 2014. It’s up for the vote again for the Lush Kitchen July 2021 Subscription Box
This has a nice, Christmas punch kind of scent. Having cinnamon, orange juice, Okum, buchu oil, davana oil, and petigrain oil. All very fruity notes. The original version had tequila in it (like the punch that it’s named after), but for some reason they took it out. When they did that it changed the smell. It lost its bright note, but it’s still a nice scent.
Lush made a perfume of this exclusively for one day only on the Uk website in 2014.
Lush ‘Icing on the Cake’ smoothie rhoulade had the ponche scent as well.
Lush Times: Ay! Ay! Ay! It’s Christmas! Do not fear the winter blue, dear amigos! Take a shot of this zesty tequila and lime gel in your shower for amorning fiesta, sure to wake even the sleepiest morning monsters. Ponche was invented after a member of Lush HQ traveled through Mexico and enjoyed their traditional fruity party punch. Bring on the tequila!
hHere’s a demo and review video i did of this shower gel.
@lush North Pole soap Made for one or two years as a limited edition Christmas soap in stores around 2009-2011 and on line.
It’s up for the vote in the July 2021 Lush Kitchen Subscription Box.
5 out of 5 rating
The pink part is fragranced with a chocolately or cocoa, candyish fragrance, the white with a refreshing woody, minty fragrance.
I’ve added the second photo of the store version of it. In the stores it was a 6 inch wide x 2 feet pole. you could pick any piece you wanted; a huge round white slice or a huge pink slice or a piece with both pink and white. The store pieces were round, and the online or kitchen version rectangle.
It also came as a slice of the white part with a thinner pink part on top if you bought it online. The pink part smells a bit like a Peppermint Crisp bar, whilst the white part smells more like a mint flavoured rock candy. The original soap was a 6″ (or thereabouts) diameter pole shape that alternated between two Pink and two White sections.
Lush Times: How else will Santa find his way to Lush without a North Pole soap to guide his way?! This is for everybody who love to wash with soap (and frankly, who doesn’t?) This soap is fabulous for people who like stimulating, refreshing showers – with just a hint of luxurious indulgent sweetness. One slice is never enough – so buy two! The pink is fragranced with a chocolately chewy fragrance, the white with a refreshing woody, minty fragrance.
It’s said that this shares its scent with the Lush ‘Wintergarden’ bath bomb. But with the addition of Jasmine.
Jasmine Cream is a new limited edition bubble bar this year.
This Jasmine Cream bubble bar looks just like a jasmine flower.
How to use: Gently scented with a soft creamy filling, crumble under the running tap to release mounds of bubbles atop creamy white water. Jasmine and ylang ylang fill the air while skin-softening bubbles fill the bath.
How to store: Keep in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to use this plastic-free bubble bath. A perfect Mother’s day gift
This Jasmine Cream bubble bar (and the Violet Cream bubble bar) have a creamy center.
This isn’t a reusable bubble bar, it’s a regular squishy kind of lush bubble bar.
The cream in this jasmine one is yellow.
It’s got some glitter in it but not a lot. And you can see it in the water but again it’s not a lot.
A lot of people were wondering if this soap was in the same scent family as the Lush ‘The Carrot’ scent.
No it isn’t. This has no buchu oil which was a primary scent in the carrot. Also the soap has orange oil whereas the Carrot scent family does not.
To me this smells like an earthier smelling version of a chocolate dipped orange.
Using a soap with thad soul mud in it is always a nice experience. Spas use certain muds to tone skin, help remove impurities and it’s not drying on the skin. Lush has made a couple of other soaps in the past with thad soul mud.
As you’ll see in the video it lathers up nicely and rinses away clean.
5 out of 5 rating See my Relaxing 4 minute Tub Demo below
This is a new bubble bar for Mother’s Day 2021. Mother’s Day comes earlier in Europe than it is here in the U.S.
I think that, because of the remarkable design of it, and the lovely sweet violet scent, this is one of the best bubble bars Lush has made in years.
It’s a regular squishy bubble bar, not a reusable.
It’s just like a cream violet, it’s even got some cream in the middle.
Even though there is a mesmerizing green-blue colored glitter on the outside, this bar doesn’t make glittery water, in case you were curious.
Thi bar is worthy of my buying six more of them.
I’ll keep them in my dark closet or my dark lingerie drawer so the color stays as long as possible and i’ll keep them in something air tight so they don’t harden up.
These are only available for a limited time basis, just for Mother’s Day 2021.
This bubble bar makes lots of creamy bubbles.
Lush How to use suggestions: Crumble under running water and allow the uplifting violet and bergamot scented bubbles to build on top of skin-softening lilac waters. Smell familiar? This bubble bar shares a scent with our Daddy-o shampoo and conditioner range.
Lush How to store suggestions: Like any soft-centred treat, keep cool and dry until the moment of indulgence and feel good knowing the rose absolute is sourced from our regenerative rose projectin Pakistan.
Run a bath, drop in and escape into a shimmering sunset dream with calming floral scents. A perfectly opulent Mother’s Day gift.
How to store: Keep in a cool, dry place ready for a softening soak.
This is apparently made in the Lush ‘Wintergarden’ bath bomb scent, which is very floral.
The Lush description has something about this being the colors of a sunset. I can see why.
The bomb is beautiful with its multi floral pattern and it’s beautiful color of rose pink with gold all sround it.
For some reason this didn’t smell exactly like Wintergarden. I adore the scent of Wintergarden and even bought the exclusive Wintergarden body spray-but this bomb, especially when in the water smells a bit different to me. I could swear it has an almost jasmine-like scent but it must just be my nose.
As it starts to dissolve it lets out a stream of gold and orange foam.
How to use: Run a bath and release the delicately floral scent for luxurious milky, soothing waters topped with pearlescent lustre for a bath bomb and oil in one.
How to store: When only the best will do this Mother’s Day. Keep in a cool, dry place until you’re ready for a moisturising soak.
Pearl bath bomb looks like a giant pearl. It’s white and has a pearlescent sheen on the top half of the bomb.
When i first took it out of my order box i feel absolutely in love with the scent. On my video i said it smells like vanilla icing.
Lush definitely needs to make a perfume of this. I felt so strongly about this that i contacted Mark the creator and owner of Lush about this.
Pearl doesn’t change the water color nor does it product bath art. But it doesn’t have to because it’s one of those bombs like ‘So White’ or ‘Snow Drop’ that are white and foamy and dance all over the tub. This Pearl does this back and forth rocking movement the whole time it’s in the tub. It’s quite charming as it shakes itself all around letting go of some beautiful white shimmer in the water.
The incredible scent stayed on my skin and when i put on my robe even my robe smelled like vanilla icing with roses. Gorgeous!
This has the Floral scent of Lush Santa’s Grotto bath bomb.
I didn’t expect to like this. With the exception of it being a pretty flower. I liked that part very much.
I almost didn’t buy it though because i’m getting bored with the reusable type of Lush bubble bars that we’ve been seeing. I miss the regular squishy type of Lush bubble bars.
However when i smelled it i fell in love with the fragrance. It’s the same lovely floral scent of the Lush ‘Santa’s Grotto’ Christmas bath bomb from two years ago. And it’s a different scent. It’s not a scent that lush has used before in other things.
Whenever Lush creates a new floral i get excited.
This didn’t make as many bubbles as the other reusable bubble blowers that i’ve bought from Lush. I don’t know why. But i did enjoy bathing in it.
It doesn’t color the water, and there is no sparkle.
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.
How to store: With three distinctly floral essential oils, keep out of direct light and somewhere cool until ready to bloom in bubbles.
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
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.
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.