4 out of 5
A beautiful, fresh floral scent.
This is up for the vote for the September 2021 subscription box. 🤞🏽
This is rare. Lush has never remade this since it was originally sold in 2004. Not even in the previous incarnation of the Lush Kitchen. I pray this gets enough votes. 🙏🏼
This is (was) a lovely powdery, Summer floral bath bomb available in the UK and in some NA gifts. Lots of pretty, tiny blue flower petals in this one. Summer Blues also turns the water a pale blue.
Lush used to make a liquid bath oil called Dreaming of Summer and this was the precursor to Summer Blues bomb. I love having them together but if you don’t like bits in your bath (and on your skin if you use the bath oil with it.) then you can simply put the bomb in a pop sock or a kitchen seive, as just the smell and water color is worth it. Here is a picture of the Dreaming of Summer bath oil.
Summer Blues’ fresh scent lasts on the skin longer than most Lush scents too. It’s a similar fresh, spring air scent that is in Lush’s “Oxeo Cube” deo and “Tiptoe Thru The Tulips” soap. I don’t usually combine these with anything.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Blue Mallow Flowers, Larkspur Flowers, Cornflower Petals, Rose Absolute, Orange Blossom Absolute (Citrus dulcis), Lemongrass Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Colour 42045.
Lush Times Summer 2004 description: Drop this in the bath and you’ll get a blue pond full of three kinds of blue flower petals, scented with soothing rose, calming and reviving orange blossom, relaxing jasmine and lemongrass to lift your spirits. It’s like buying a ticket and hopping on the magic bus to a warm, summer garden. Float in a warm bath of flowers and you’ll discover that the Summer Blues Bath Ballistic is one of the fastest ways to rid yourself of winter miseries.
Having the Sleepy scent
This is to replace the Golden Wonder Christmas bomb which has been sold every year for Christmas for the last 15 years or so. It looked like a gold Christmas present. And it had a Champagne Snow Showers/Celebrste scent, which is a fizzy grapefruit or orange scent.
This Golden Pudding is like if Lush Luxury Pud and Golden Wonder had a baby.
Lush ‘The Sicilian’ bath bomb.
Made in the early 2000’s. Discontinued about four years later.
this is one of five products here that are up for the vote for the August 2021 Lush subscription box.
This bath bomb was always a staple for me, and probably becuase my favorite smell is the smell of fresh peeled oranges.
Its a fast fizzing bomb not a slow melting creamy one. no bath art. no glitter.
This is made with four different orange ingredients: Mandarin, Orange, Neroli, and Tangerine.
It also has marigold flower petals mixed in and an orange slice.
The reference comes from the book/movie ‘The Godfather’ which is about a mafia boss from Sicily (and one of my favorite movies). In it the director has something about oranges in every killing scene. 😊
Lusg made asoap called Sunny Citrus which is in the same scent.
Lush 2005 Description: Why Sicilian? Well, we named it thus because of the organic Sicilian oranges we slice up and put inside each one and because its sunny colour and refreshing citrus scent remind us of the fruit trees in Sicily’s fertile valleys. We pack it with refreshing, uplifting orange, tangerine and mandarin oils to make us feel almost as good as if we were tootling around on a Vespa with the warm wind messing up our hairdo.
LT 2004: The Sicilian is a bath for brightening up dull days;even sunny days can appear dull when there’s nothing exciting to look forward to. If you know your’re going to spend all day in meetings, or in a room with no daylight or haivng tea with yoru dullest relative thake a Sicilian bath first. The reviving essential oils, made from Sicilian oranges, mandarins, tangerines and orange flowers will cheer you up so much you might actually find you enjoy yourself! Share citrus Sicilians with your co-workers and relatives and all your days will be summer.
See my tub demo video below.
Lush has collaborated with ASOS to make an exclusive bath bomb.
This bath bomb was included as an exclusive in the June 2021 Lush Kitchen Subscription box.
It’s a frenetic pattern of blue, green, gray and white.
The scent is highly citrussy. Its the same scent as the Lush ‘Kitsume’ bath bomb.
It’s not sweet at all. It kind of reminds me of the Avobath bomb with its lemongrass scent, but this White Noise bomb is even more citrussy than that.
This isn’t one of those slow dissolving, melty bath bombs with multi colored foamy bath art. This is one of those fast fizzing bath bombs.
It’s got lots of nice gray silver glitter that dissolves into the water.
The end color is a gray blue bath water with gray silver glitter.
I enjoyed it. It’s different in action, looks and scent. While it’s not my favorite scent it’s nice.
i’d rate this a 3 or 4 out of 5 rating.
5 out of 5 rating
See my 2 minute Tub Demo/Review Video below
This is a new creation by Jack Constantine. It was made exclusively for the Lush Kitchen May 2021 Subscription Box.
It’s a slow melty kind of fizzer.
It has ‘peachy’ notes, strawberry notes, and even notes from the Lush ‘cocktail’ scent. So it’s a yummy fruity floral scent.
It’s pink and yellow with smatterings of purple. It’s got a diamond pattern on the surface of the bomb. It’s infused with diamond dust-fine, biodegradable gold glitter.
it makes the water an opaque, silky, creamy, peach colored water.
5 out of 5 rating
See my 2 minute tub demo video below
In 2021 The uk government allowed people to form “support bubbles” during the corona virus pandemic lockdown.
So if you were single or were caring or a relative you would be able to form a Support bubble and could visit the person even during lockdown.
So Alessandro at Lush UK was inspired by this an developed a bubble bar that looks like big bubbles.
With a fragrance of grapefruit and petitgrain to cheer you up. It’s the same scent as the Lush ‘Madame President’ bath bomb from Mother’s Day years ago. It’s not a sweet scent. It’s fruity and fresh, with petigrain which is sometimes called the bitter orange tree.
So this was a lockdown invention ❤️
It makes bright pink water, with silver sparkle.
And Tons of bubbles.
- Sodium Bicarbonate
- Cream of Tartar
- Sodium Laureth Sulfate
- Lauryl Betaine
- Grapefruit Oil
- Petitgrain Oil
- Titanium Dioxide
- Synthetic Fluorphlogopite
- Calcium Sodium Borosilicate
- Tin Oxide
- Colour 45410
- Colour 45410:1
my 2 minute tub demo video
4 out of 5 rating
Made primarily with vanilla. it’s white on the outside and pink on the inside.
it’s got tiny blue (real) flower petals which float around in the water when the tub is full.
This was originally made for Easter in 2015. It was remade in the Lush Kitchen in 2017. Also, This was voted on to have in the April 2021 Lush Kitchen Subscription Box
This bunny has a white bubble bar covering a beautiful pink bubble bar inside.
It has the Creamy Candy bubble bar scent.
I LOVE this. I love the shock of pink underneath all that white coating. And i love the Creamy Candy scent. Much more than the Snow Fairy scent or the Candy Fluff scent.
Here’s a group of Easter things for 2015 and you can see Bunny Bubble on the left.
It’s up for the vote again for the Lush Kitchen subscription box.
5 out of 5 rating
see my 4 minute Tub Demo Vid below
made in the Lush ‘So White’ scent.
This is a new bath bomb with a retro product scent.
This was made for Mother’s Day 2021, along with three other bath bombs and two bubble bars.
The bomb has a nice, strong Apple-y scent.
It smells just like all of these products. more like the Once Upon a Time lotion.
“Sweet apple scent and spectacular bath art help to unfurl a summer’s day. Escape into your bathroom, fill the tub and drop in.
Smell familiar? This shares a scent with our Once Upon A Time range.
How to store:
Keep in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to feel relaxed and uplifted.”
I love the blue sky and white clouds look.
The apple smell filled my whole bathroom with its wonderful scent.
I think it’s awesome how the blue bomb starts spewing pink foam, and then before you know it those combine to make purple.
Here’s a tub demo video