Abombinaball shower jelly

5 out of 5 rating.

See my demo and desceiption video below.

Made as a surprise for inclusion in the May 2020 Lush Kitchen subscription box.

Its made in the same scent as the limited edition bath bomb of the same name.

Its scent is made with peppermint, vanilla and orange oil. Its a yummy, sweet vanilla mint.

This can be used whole on the body as soap in the shower or as i show in my video one can cut it up and use it in a kitchen seieve as a bubble bath.

Heres a video of it

AbombinaBall shower jelly

5 out of 5 rating.

See my demo video of it below.

Lush made this rare, eexclusive shower jelly specifically for the May 2020 Lush Kitchen Subscription Box. This product has never been made before.

Lush has made a bath bomb called ‘Abombinaball’. The name is a play on the word abominable, as in The Abominable Snowman, but spelled A-Bomb-in-a-Ball.

It was such a special, limited edition bath bomb from 2009, and the first incarnation of the Lush Kitchen re-made this wonderful bomb for one day only. They remade the bath bomb again recently in January 2020 in the Lush Uk community favorites which is where i got the one for this photo.

The AbombinaBall shower jelly smells just as lovely and yummy as the popular limited edition bath bomb: like creamy, sweet vanilla ice cream with mint.

The shower jelly is nice and strongly scented.

Like the bath bomb the shower jelky has a blue green shimmery tone through it. Gorgeous!

There are different ways to use Lush shower jellies. Ive recorded demo videos showing how to cut slices off for use at the sink like soap. Ive ecen shown how they can be used as shampoo on your hair. It can also be used whole to rub on your body in the shower.

Additionally you can dice some of the jelly up and out it in a small kitchen seive, holding the seive in the falling water stream when filling the tub and a rich lovely bath foam will be created from the shower jelly.

I love everything about this exclusive shower jelly. The yummy scent, the way it feels, and the look of it. I would buy more than one if i could, so i would give this a 5 out of 5 rating.

This is my favorite product from the May 2020 Lush Kitchen subscription box.

Abombinaball

5 out of 5 rating

See my demo video of the glitter Abombinaball bath bomb makes in the tub.

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Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Peppermint Oil,Vanilla Absolute, Sweet Orange Oil, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamide DEA,Lauryl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Perfume,*Limonene, *Linalool,Titanium Dioxide, Colour 42090, Colour 45350,Glacier Blue Lustre

Lush Times Magazine description: Our big, shy snow monster ballistic, with a scent of peppermint oil, vanilla absolute and orange oil. Abombinaball snowmen are rare and exotic ballistics. They don’t hang around for long, so snap one up whilst you can. Our little icy friend will come out to play any time you choose to have a bath.

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Review:  I love Abombinaball.  It’s a creamy vanilla mint fragrance.  It’s comforting, not too bracingly minty, but a touch of mint, making it more ‘yum’ than ‘pow!’  He gets additional praise from me just for being so cute.  As you all know, i’m a sucker for special shaped bath ballistics from Lush.  The water is a gorgeous blue green.  As it melts the bit of yellow mixes with the blue, and the sparkles are gorgeous!

He’ll erupt in your bathwater first in a burst of golden yellow that leaves your bathwater an electric green.  He then evades capture as he goes around your bath fizzing and giving off puffs of fine white foam.  Just when you think you’ve worked out what he is and where he’s coming from, he suddenly lets off jets of blue slipstream and makes haste across your bath, suddenly disappearing from wherever it was he came.  Leaving you soaking in a delicately scented, alpine green bath and wishing and hoping that you get to see him again one day soon. Capture yourself a few before they vanish again.

Here’s a video i made of the Abombinaball in the tub, showing the sparkly little guy in the tub.