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.
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.