Winterberry soap

5 out of 5 rating

See my 2019 Christmas soaps video below.

This is an old soap with a new look. It used to be called Angel’s Delight soap and had silver stars, gold moons, angels, purple, blue and pink. This year they changed the look to a bunch of berries and changed the name to Winterberry, but its the same scent of Angels Delight.

Its not particularly moisturizing but there are parts of tge soap that have an opaque, creamier mixture and parts that are transclucent with no cream.

It smells like red fruit punch to me, like tge way cherries and oranges would smell. Its fairly sweet.

Its made with tangerine oil, cranberry juice, and has strawberry seeds for exfoliation.

Christmas soaps Video

Mercury Retrograde

4.5 out of 5 rating

See my tub demo video below

Mercury Retrograde

Mercury Retrograde was made with the Lush ‘Gingerbread House’ scent. Its made with Ginger, cinnamon, buchu oil, and lemon oil.

Its a slow, creamy fizzer. It rocks back and forth in the water. I love bombs with movement.

Also, at one point it actually started to spin. Just like the planet Mercury moving in retrograde (backwards).

Fun!

Also, there is green, purple and orange glitter in the orange water! Nice!

I took a half point off of a 5 out of 5 star rating only because the bath art rings couldve been more colorful. But this is a near perfect bomb in my opinion.

Great job Lush! Im impressed.

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Michelle Ma Belle soap

3.5/4.0 out of 5 rating. See my sink demo video below.

Lush introduced this and one other soap (Good Day Sunshine) first in the uk, on their website, which is where I got mine. These two soaps along with four others were introduced first at the Lush Liverpool spa megastore, along with 350 other new products.

Today it’s available in the U.S..

Lush made this in the popular Christmas yog nog scent. I guess they decided to make the yog nog soap in a different look and make it permanent.

“Engraved like an Aztec monolith hidden deep within the jungle, this decadently creamy gold bar reveals a new world of soap for you to explore. An iridescent layer of shimmering shower bomb is pressed into the embedded labyrinth design, like sand covering a long-lost clue. But don’t blow it away like dust on an old map, instead revel in its fizz and rich, thick foam as you turn it this way and that under the warm running water, revealing the secret of its carved pathways. A treasure trove of rich aromas lies in store; spiced vanilla, butterscotch, dolcelatte. Gold clay merges with chunks of white Amazonian clay, filled with minerals and nutrients of the rainforest’s fallen fruits and leaves, together they cleanse and gently exfoliate, leaving the skin soft and revived. Digging a little deeper, other marvels emerge; castor oil, cocoa butter and coconut oil for a creamy lather that is sure to leave your hands, and everywhere else, with the Midas touch.”

I wonder why. Does this mean we won’t be getting yog nog soap for Christmas?

Regardless it’s a nice soap. I must say however that the bath bomb stuff they decided to add to the soap mixture doesn’t foam up as their description says. I demo’d two different pieces on my video below and neither of them ‘foamed up’.

The feel of the soap is very nice. I enjoyed washing with it in the shower.