Description: Inhale is a light and fruity fragrance with with neroli, rose, vetivert and ylang ylang, Exhale has a more intense woody and smoky aroma with sandalwood, cedarwood, amber, and a hint of grapefruit. Drop your bath bomb into the warm water to enjoy the effect of one, then the other, and finally both fragrances together as they waft through the steam to create the exquisite, perfectly balanced Breath of God.
Lush Times: This is a bath bomb of two halves; created with the two halves of our Breath of God fragrance, Inhale and Exhale. Each half will fizz at different speeds. The Inhale half fizzes quickly, allowing you to breathe in the neroli and rose oils, breathe in and relax. You can then lie back and enjoy the grounding effect of Exhale, which fizzes more slowly to allow the opportunity for a long-lasting, indulgent bath.
Here’s a demo video i made of this bath bomb in the tub
This is a somewhat unappetizing looking dark green jelly. Initially it was hard for me to pin down what it smelled like. I think that’s a good thing, means it’s not a simple fragrance. It’s a bright, sharp lemon/citrus smell with lots of astringent herbiness. I love the subtle whiff of black pepper. The herbiness is almost minty but not quite. It’s also a bit sweet smelling but just a bit. To me this is THE Lush product that would be an “Eye Opener” product for morning showers or times when we’re feeling sluggish. It smells as if Gavarnie, Slammer, Narcotick and Party On mated and had offspring.
Here’s a demo & review video i made of Spank me with Saplings video
Lush 2005 description: There’s a Nordic sauna theme to Spank Me With Saplings. Up there in the far north of Finland, where snow covers all the joins, you need to get nice and warm after venturing outside, which is probably why the Fins invented the sauna. In a pine hut in the woods, grown men cleanse their bodies by getting very hot, running outside and rolling in the snow and slapping themselves with birch twigs. Fortunately, we have a cleansing, detoxifying Shower Jelly instead. Take a hot shower, slap the refreshingly ice cold jelly (straight from the freezer) all over your body, inhale the woody oakmoss, bay and olive leaf scent and let the neroli and black pepper oils detoxify and cheer you. A Spank in the morning wakes you up and puts a smile on your face.
This shower cream is a more moisturizing, creamy shower gel, in the popular Lord of Misrule fragrance. Black pepper, vanilla and patchouli. This is a nice way of having the LOM scent. There are also two more Oxford street new products having this same scent (see Aliens and Monsters fun bar), LOM find the gap bar, and Rough With the Smooth bar, as well as the Lord of Misrule bath bomb, and the LOM perfume. Just for fun I made a photo of all these together (below).
It’s called a shower cream instead of a shower gel because it has extra moisturizing properties such as wheatgerm oil, etc.
I love this. I’ve even washed my hair with this. Because the scent stays a good long time on my skin or hair.
Below are two pictures i took of the scent family products.
Here’s a picture of the Lord of Misrule display at lush Oxford Street. They have four sizes at the Oxford street location
Here are the Lush products which are in the same scent family
Debuting at their Oxford Street store in London, and then coming to UK and US stores a month later, this comes at a time when lush were discontinuing their bath bomb of the same name.
I like the bath bomb more than the bubble bar. There was a whole show involved with the bath bomb. An unfurling of psychedelic beauty. Whereas the bubble bar crumbles into the huge amount of bubbles, which is good, after all it is a bubble bar. But i like the :show” of the bath bomb a bit more. Dunno if i’ll buy this one again. The scent wasn’t as strong as i remember the bath bomb to be. It is a gorgeous looking bubble bar though.
Lush Description: This ginger, pepper and lemon-scented bubble bar turns your water psychedelic and puts some colour in your life. Simply crumble underneath the running tap to create grounding, spicy bubbles. Its spicy, citrusy scent will pep you up: lemon oil boosts the mood, while ginger and pepper are warming.
List of ingredients
Lemon Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Ginger Oil
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Here’s a video i made for you
I like this bath bomb. The “show” that it gives in the tub is spectacular. It makes a dizzying array of colors, growing ever psychedelic as more of it dissolves in the water. It’s a flat bath bomb, having varied colored rings within rings.
In April 2015 this was discontinued. At the same time, Lush made a new bubble bar of the same name and scent. I think the reason they discontinued this bath bomb, after it only being in stores for a year or so, is that this was a particularly fragile bath bomb since it was designed with rings within rings, and may have broke more often in the store displays than other of the lush bath bombs.
I LOVE the scent.Its made with Ginger, Black Pepper and Lemon. The scent is actually strong enough. 👏🏼
Here’s a video i made for you of this in the tub
List of ingredients
Cream of Tartar
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Black Pepper Oil
Colour 17200Granny Takes a Dip bath bomb