See my demo video below 🙂
The scent of this is full on coconut. It’s Very creamy. And VERY moisturizing. And certainly less clean up than my Dark Arts jelly bomb was. Though the Dark Arts was more fun, this was more yummy, nourishing and relaxing if that makes sense. It’s not the same scent as Yellow Submarine, that’s a fruitier coconut. This is straight on coconut.
First up, don’t be shy and throw yourself into Green Coconut; a Jelly Bomb with a totally tropical scent. As coconut cream flows into the water it creates a rich jelly that refreshes the mind and leaves your skin feeling silky smooth, while cinnamon leaf oil stimulates the circulation to give you a radiant holiday glow.
Set sail to the tropical island of your dreams. Lie back on the soft sand, the warm waters lapping at your feet, the breeze scented like tropical fruits. Climb into your bath and pop in this king of coconuts. Jelly leisurely spreads across the water, softening as it goes. Condition your skin with coconut cream and bask in the warmth that a cinnamon leaf undercurrent brings. Relax and refresh yourself in your own little piece of paradise.
4 out of 5 rating
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Shea butter, Lime Oil, Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Chamomile Oil, Violet Leaf Absolute, Perfume.
Lime, coconut, chamomile, violet leaf absolute, cedarwood oil. There is nothing in this bar that would be offensive and nothing to”warn about” in my opinion. It’s lovely and at the same time smells like something you’d want a message with because it works. Initially buttery, a light lime smell that isn’t too strong, but it is noticeable and adds to the general perky prettiness of this scent. There is the familiar calming herby smell of chamomile, and the gorgeous slightly sweet violet leaf absolute. The coconut serves to round out the scent taking the herbs and lime and providing them a gentle sweet milky background. The primary scent is a fresh sea like scent. As the bar ages the violet leaf becomes more primary. If you have a chance to try this, I highly recommend this.
Lush Times 1999 description: Bewitched is made with those knobbly bits on one side to that you can smooth it all over your favourite person’s body to give him or her a bewitching experience. It’s like having two strong hands firmly massaging your muscles; run the Bewitched from the top to the bottom of the spine and they’ll be yours forever!* We make Bewitched with essential oils to help to bring you closer: violet leaf because it is said to restore the bonds of friendship, lime oil to help get rid of apathy (it’s decision time!) and chamomile to get your massagee to forget the past (and stop obsessing over ex-girlfriends). If by chance a Bewitched massage bar doesn’t work, then now is the time to ditch him and get a better one. (* If they’ve got any sense.) [/b][/quote]
Has the “Flying Fox/Godiva/Yes Yes Yes fragrance
Lots of Jasmine.
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Perfume, Fig, Carob Pods and Quince Extract, Vanilla Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Olive Leaf Absolute, Petitgrain Oil, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Cinnamyl Alcohol, *Geraniol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Benzyl Cinnamate, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Benzyl Alcohol, Lustre Radiant Gold
Covered in gold, and looking like a clock that is melting.
Lush Times: Enjoy a cheeky massage before the clock strikes 12 and see where things take you! Jasmine fans will want to get their paws on this gorgeously slippery massage bar, scented with expensive, comforting and sensual oils, As well as the stunning Jasmine Revolution perfume, Helen chose skin-softening butters, as well as forbidden fruits like figs, carob and quince to create an indulgent, luxurious massage – perfect to enjoy with anyone you’d happily share a Christmas mistletoe kiss with too.
(Sex Bomb scented Valentine’s 2008 massage bar)
Review: This is absolutely wonderful smelling. I smells a nice medium strong jasmine and rose “Sex Bomb” scent. Lush made this with the same sage, rose and jasmine that their popular bath bomb is made with. This is the first Lush massage bar in the awhile that I’ve made a habit of swiping on my arms as i’m going out the door, because it’s strong enough to wear as a perfume. And the bar is the cutest looking thing ever! I give this 5 stars, for looks, and scent.
This has the same scent as the Lush shower gel called “Don’t Rain on my Parade”.
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter , Shea Butter , Perfume, Fresh Rose Petal Extract , Cassie Absolute , Vanilla Absolute , Sandalwood Oil , Vetivert Oil , Violet Leaf Absolute , Ylang Ylang Oil *Benzyl Salicylate, *Cinnamal, *Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Geraniol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Titanium Dioxide,Colour 77019, Colour 77007
Lush Times: GRAB YOUR PARTNER…It has a soothing extract of fresh rose petals, moisturising cocoa and shea butters, and a seductive violet scent that flirts with sensuality. It’s a massage experience that will do all the work for you. Grab the bar, dim the lights, and tuca tuca! After the song inspired such raucous enthusiasm, it seemed almost absurd not to have a Tuca Tuca Massage Bar to get people touching each other.
Ingredients: Dark Chocolate, Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Violet Leaf Absolute (Viola odorata), Perfume.
Lush Times description: It IS real orange, sandalwood and violet leaf scent that are put into Choco La La and not ‘plastic’; as some of people have commented. They probably don’t realize that many of the scents they think are ‘natural’ are made in test tubes. If you try out this massage bar, you will experience the incomparable feeling of warmed cocoa butter and chocolate being smoothed into the skin, smell the revitalizing orange oil, the sandalwood to encourage relaxation and violet leaf to remember how to enjoy your sensuality. Do you get it? Perhaps it may be a little messy but it does wash out of your sheets and linen. Tap into your sense of adventure!
Here’s a demo & review video i made of Lush Choco La La massage bar
Review: This is definitely one of my favorite lush massage bars. It looks like a little fancy chocolate dessert. It smells of chocolate (real chocolate smell, not fake chocolate) and violet leaf absolute (Daddy O, Bathos, Retread) It’s grittier than a lot of bars because of the chocolate. It harder to rub in to your partners skin than other lush massage bars, so you have to rub it in longer to get the brown chocolate rubbed in the skin. I’d give this a 3.5 rating
see my video review below 🙂
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Perfume, Rose Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Sandalwood Oil, Gardenia Extract.
Review:The original bar was two toned. Later lush changed it’s appearance to be round and having red lips on top of the bar. Fever smells strongly of rose absolute, but it smells like real roses, as if from a rose bush, or the rose smell of a florist shop. It also has beautiful Jasmine and calming sandalwood. I think it smells like 1950’s lipstick in a good way. In a wonderfulyl heady but addictive way. When I first sniffed this, I didn’t like it. It was waaay too strong for me. I think it was in the 2nd order I made with Lush and I was not used to Lush’s real, non-synthetic fragrances. Now it is one of my favorite bars ever. Later on, Lush made “Hollywood” Christmas bubble bar in the Fever scent by the way and Lush’s “Mirror Mirror” neck cream has the Fever scent also. Fever is absolutely intoxicating. And for you BPAL lovers, Beth’s Tarot: “The Empress” is a dead on ringer for Fever. Both have jasmine, rose and sandalwood.
Lush Times 2005 description: In the 1950s some new aromas were invented which changed the olfactory shape of perfume for ever. In Fever we’ve used one of them, with some of our favourite floras to produce a fragrance that epitomizes the scent for the 1950s independent women, shaking off traditions and exploring the brave new world. Picture yourself in dark sunglasses, pink lipstick and fitted sweater, scented with rose, warming sandalwood and sensual jasmine, ready to defy convention and enjoy life to the full. Fever is the massage bar to use on the sweet new guy in town to help him to cut loose and get hip.
Here’s a video review of my piece of my Fever.