Witch’s Cauldron is a Lush Oxford Street Halloween 2018 exclusive. only 99 were made.
It’s called a fun bar, and it is a ‘FUN’ multi-purpose bar, but it also has three little bath bombs in it.
There is a total of six pieces; three shaped bath bombs and three colored sections of FUN.
It says on the instructions how to use it
So i formed a ‘kind of Cauldron’. lol. And i made little purple bombs or bubbles i’m not sure which 🙂
I put it at the bottom of the tub and i started filling it. When the water went in the cauldron the bath bomb i tucked inside began to bubble and it looked like a little cauldron!
Here’s a 58 second video i recorded
I then gathered it all together and smooshed it together and was able to use the whole thing as a bubble bar. I held it in the tub under the stream of water coming out of the faucet. it made a LOT of bubbles and i still had the entire thing left.
It looks like i hardly used any! The water turned green, then black!
Then i threw the last two tiny bombs into my tub. And my tub looked like a larger version of my little Fun cauldron!
It’s made with the Lush’Lord of Misrule’ scent; vanilla, patchouli & black pepper.
5 out of 5 rating.
Hulder is a scandinavian mythological creature. Its akin to a siren or a mermaid. It’s part animal part human.
check out my tub demo below of this glittery gorgeous bomb.
This is an exclusive bath bomb shown at the Lush uk Creative Showcase event in England September 23 & 24.
I took some video footage of hulder at the Lush showcase for you. I also recorded a tub demo video for you, And i also took photos of mine in the tub.
Lush also sold iron on patches of the exclusive bombs at the showcase event.
We were able to buy one only once per day and only for one hour when the magic bus opened. But first-One had to see the secret count down signs that were placed throughout the event to let us know when and where. It was a fun game.
Eventually these six exclusive bath bombs will only be sold in Lush Japan’s first all ‘naked’ Lush store, which is slated to open in 2019.
Hulder is my favorite of the six bombs bevause of the way it looks and the way it smells.
The scent is very different, in a good way. It smells floral and earthy with a big of greenery. Absolutely gorgeous. It smells both pretty and mysterious.
I didnt want to get out of the tub.
The bomb shows green and purple as it fizzes. Green and purple are my favorite color combination. My hair is dyed green and purple.
Im so so grateful that Jack Constantine gave me a random act of kindness.
On Instagram some lushies who like to do makeup looks have been creating makeup looks to match lush halloween products. So, since my daughter loves makeup, i had my daughter do a look for Hulder. 🙂
Welcome! I’m still not done adding products to this list. Below are all the 1999-2021 Lush Exclusives.
If you use this list-Please credit me for the list. ❤ You can share the page if you want .
After i complete the list and alphabetize it, I’ll add links to my demos and my reviews of each of these products.
So i can make a little key and i can put a letter next to each of the Lush products on my list, saying whether its a ‘forum special’ exclusive lush product, or a ‘made and sold to the public for one day’ exclusive or a ‘creative showcase event’ exclusive product, or a ‘prototype’ exclusive, etc.
I have photos and video demos/reviews of most, but not all, of them.
See my demo and review video of this golden, glittery bath bomb in the tub WOW.
Golden Slumbers was made to promote sleep with it’s lavender forward fragrance. Golden Slumbers doesn’t have a sweet and creamy edge to it as lush ‘Twilight’ lavender scent. Golden Slumbers has a more herbal lavender scent. Very bright and clean smelling.
I kind of like the original golden slumbers, because it had actual gold glitter covering it, whereas on the newly designed Golden Slumbers it doesn’t seem to have nearly as much gold glitter on the outside as the original one.
Golden Slumbers is also chock full of everything lavender, and then the addition of the chamomile is wonderful, it lightens the whole thing up and gives the lavender a sparkly quality. The Golden Slumbers part comes from the ballistic’s ingredients’ ability to help you get to sleep with the combination of lavender and chamomile proportedly being great sleep aids. I like the sprigs of lavender, andthere are not too many. My new lavender combo would be this Golden Slumbers forum member inspired ballistic and the “Schnuggle” shower bar with it’s Cocoa Butter, Corn Starch, Lavender Oil, Ginger Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Chamomile Oil, Jasmine Absolute they combine beautifully for a lovely, smelling good night’s sleep.
Lush Times 2006 description: The Golden Slumbers bath bomb is Lush’s magic sleep potion with calming, soothing lavender essential oil.
See my bath oil video demo list of 20 new Lush bath oils. I’ve done video demos of all 19. The links to each of those tub demo videos are in the below list
A fabulous way to get a good amount of our favorite fragrances in a small package. It’s small but it makes a gorgeous show in the tub. Adding color and in some cases shimmer. The fragrances are stronger and last longer on the skin than in other things like bath bombs and bubble baths.
I have all of them, so as i use each one i’ll make videos and take photos that you can watch via the links below.
Basically you tear a piece off and rub on your body in the shower, or your hands in the sink.
The Red one is infused with the scent of the new lush shower gel “Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair’, the Yellow one has the ‘Beautiful’ shower gel scent, and the teal has the violet-y Tuca Tuca scent of “Don’t Rain on My Parade’ shower gel scent.
Click on the links to see individual demos for each one. I have them all, i just need to demo and record using them, eventually i’ll have them all in here.
In my photo below, the orange and yellow Lush 2016 “Over and Over’ bath bomb below is similar to, but different than the pink and yellow Christmas 2016 bath bomb called “Nevermind the Ballistics. My video explains the difference in scents.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of Over and Over bath bomb in the tub.
Only because i do not like the scent. However, it is quite beautiful, which is why this isn’t a 1 out of 5 rating. .
See my demo video of this in the tub, close up doing it’s thing. It’s lovely movements, twirling gold and red, just like the spinning cloak.
If you just feel like disappearing for a little while, slip into the bath with this seductively relaxing bath oil and cloak yourself in floral jasmine absolute and mood-brightening ylang ylang oil. Before the doorbell rings, the dog barks or the children shout, pulling you out of your calm oasis and back into reality, enjoy nourishing Majorcan almond oil hydration… Who said that!
If you don’t like the 2014 Lush Valentine’s ‘Floating Flower’ bath bomb, you won’t like this one, because they both share their scent. It’s the “Flying Fox’ scent family that this belongs to. I really don’t like the Jasmine scented ‘Flying Fox’. Because i don’t like a lot of jasmine. But loads of people like this one. It’s very pretty.
This is a beautiful, limited edition bath bomb from Lush Oxford Street in the UK. It shares it’s scent with the Easter time Lush soap of the same name. I love it, it’s an innocent floral with a tad of a citrus note. Rose oil, neroli oil and orange oil.
This is a slow fizzing bath bomb, which i love, and which gives it the time it needs to unfurl the gorgeous rainbow of colors in the tub.
The scent is medium strong, no complaints there. It stays on the skin a decent amount of time.
It’s not a gender-neutral scent, meaning it’s highly floral, but in a soft, pretty way.
Here are some photos I took, along with a demo and review video below.
One of six new Lush Oxford Street superstore Gourmet soaps. This one has ingredients from Africa which include honey, pine, frankincense, and jasmine. Here’s a demo video i made of washing with this soap at the sink.