Honey I Washed the Kids body spray & scent family video

See my demo and review video below 🙂

Available in the uk

What’s not in my photo below (which I mention in my video) are the honey wood shower gel, the soap, the giant yellow Easter egg from 2005, the heart shaped bath bomb, the solid shampoo, the it’s raining men, the massage bar. I have separate pictures of all those.

Olive Branch body spray

3 out of 5 rating. I’ll record a demo video of mine soon.

The Olive Branch is a somewhat popular gender neutral scent. It’s citrus but also has a green and almost earthy note to it along with the orange citrus.

Lush makes a few products with this same scent, such as the popular in store ‘Pop in the Bath’ bubble bar.

Lush has made a perfume spray and a solid perfume in the past years as well. It’s only lately that Lush decided to make a body spray style sprayer.

I like the spray perfect better. It seems stronger. The Olive Branch isn’t my favorite scent to begin with but for those of you who love it you would be very pleased with the body spray, the scent really lasts.

Lush says you can spray it on the body or even on sheets or on your hair and clothes.

Only availablelable in the Uk

Amandopondo perfume

4 out of 5 rating.

Soon I’ll record a video of my bottle from my photo which has only a drop left.

Lush made the very first ‘forum member only special perfumes’ in 2005.

This first round of perfumes were voted on by us, the Lush International customer forum members.

Lush’s head of manufacturing at that time, Hilary Jones, along with the owner and creator Mark Constantine, asked us; “If you could have a perfume made from any current product we have what would it be?”

She said “write them down, l tally them and then we’ll make the most popular six perfumes.”

The first was ‘Amandopondo’. It was made from the rose, lemon and orange combination of a popular bubble bar sold at the time called ‘Amandopondo‘ bubble bar that was sold in all lush stores from 1999-2014. The bars name had a deep meaning it for the owners.

So naturally I bought one of each of those first six perfumes. I took a photo of it way back then so that I could start the first Lush blog 🙂

Ladyboy

4 out of 5 rating

Oakmoss, violet.

Smells sweet, and floral with violet but having a green moss note. It smells odd but nice.

This was a perfume that the creators of Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics made in the mid 2000s at their ‘B Never Too busy to be beautiful’ boutique in london. I ordered these perfumes at that time during that time. Lush hasn’t made Ladyboy perfume since, except for one location, 29 High Street, in 2014, which is where i got my bottle.

Lush also made different bath and body products, like soaps, lip balm, etc. in the Ladyboy fragrance. I have pics of a few of those products that i will post here on my blog in the near future.