See my tub demo video below
This has the same neroli, lime and frankincense ingredients as Calacas.
Here are some photos I’ve taken of mine.
I was thinking it was all gold. But it doednt have glitter. Which some of you will like. Petsonally i like glitter, especislly if its a limited edition. I think a glittery blue nose wouldve been perfect. I only used the yellow part in the vid. But you can make bluer water or green water by mixing some of the blue with the yellow part. The blue parts come off.
LOVE the calacss scent. This is the first bubble bar in the Calacas scent.
Fantastically phantasmagoric and wonderfully weird, you don’t need a rocket to take a trip to the moon. Credits to lime and neroli oils for their outstanding contribution to lifting moods and chasing away the blues. Just crumble under running water and watch as the special effects of golden lustre swirl in the water as cocoa butter sets the scene for softer skin. Olibanum oil gives the final cut of a grounded and calm state of mind. It’s up, up and away in a rocket ship of citrus bliss.
Photo below courtesy of @squishieplushie on Instagram 🙂
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Cream of Tartar
Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter
Olibanum Oil (Frankincense)
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Here’s one of my Lush Scent Family Portraits of the Lush ‘Calacas’ scent family.
4 out of 5 ratingSee my demo video below. This bath bomb was made with the Lush ‘Calacas’ scent.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Lime Oil, Olibanum Resinoid, Neroli Oil , Marigold Petals, Sugar,
Lush Times: When Jack Constantine reinvented the bath ballistic, he came up with this spooky bomb that symbolised the Day of the Dead festival. He used marigold petals to give it an authentic feel and gave it a kick with essential oil pressed from the juicy lime, a Mexican favourite with food and alcohol. Calavera changes colour and looks like a magical, eerie celebration in the water – just like the extraordinary celebrations that happen in Mexico. Stock up while you can, it won’t be around forever.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of this Lush 2016 Calavera in the bath
This bath bomb was made in the “Calacas” fragrance. having the same neroli, frankincense (olibanum), lime. It smells perfumey, resinous, a tad sweet, and citrussy with lime. A 5 star bath bomb. It can stain the tub so i add a squeeze of shower gel to the bath when i’m filling it up. I learned that from Lush many years ago. The newer ones aren’t as saturated with colored foam as the original Enchanter bombs but it’s still pretty and smells great. 4 out of 5 rating. Here’s a video demo and review i made of the enchanter
See my demo and review video of Calacas shower gel and other lush products with this same “Calacas’ scent below
Calacas shower gel was first made in a green color in 2011. It has the “Day of the Dead” lush fragrance. Lime oil, neroli oil. It smell slike a light, fragrant perfume. Like Lime pastille candies but not as sweet. It’s beautiful. More current are the Calacas that look different colors depending on what kind of light you’re looking at it under. Most of the current bottle of Calacas shower gel look like two colors, orange and green, in the same bottle, that is so cool.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Aloe Vera Gel(Aloe barbadensis), Sodium LaurethSulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, LaurylBetaine, Propylene Glycol, Perfume, Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), Olibanum Oil (Boswelliacarterii), Neroli Oil (Citrus Aurantiumamara), Lactic Acid, *Citral, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Colour 42090, Colour 45350, Methylparaben, Propylparaben
Here’s a picture i took of all the Lush products that have been made in the same fragrance.
Here is a close up sink demo video of this shower gel