This was made for Easter 2017 or 18. Carrot was one of the last solid shower oils Lush made before they discontinued them.
Lush had a goodly amount of customers that didn’t like the new solid shower oils. A large amount of customers were not living for the new wave of Lush ‘naked’ products coming out at the time.
I didn’t mind the shower oils too much. I have dry skin and live in the desert so i would use it after i took a shower and my skin would feel pretty good and not greasy.
The shower oils were used kind of like the lush Avocado Co Wash for the hair. You wash in the shower as usual, then after you rinse the soap off your body, rub the solid shower oil on your bod, then rinse off.
Some folks skipped the washing with regular soap or shower gel part, which is like co washing.
It has a nice carrot-y almost floral perfume-y scent.
I have a sink demo video on youtube of carrot shower oil.
Review: The patchouli and the sweetish carrot oil of Harvey’s scent reminds me of the Lush ‘Lord of Misrule’ scent, except Harvey isn’t spicy and doesn’t have black pepper like Lord of Misrule. Harvey is a fast fizzer. Harvey was a limited time only ballistic for Spring 2002 that Lush remade later on once as well. He’s sought after still because he’s so darn cute and because it’s such a different and cheery, beautiful and yummy scent. He’s a lovely pale Easter egg yellow color and in the shape of a big bunny face with big funny teeth. Minty and perfumey with a little orange oil in it as well. This is wonderfully Spring like. Like sunshine. This one was best by itself in my opinion. Makes yellow water.
Lush 2004 Descrption: Not just the image of an Easter bunny, Harvey bath bomb is in honour of the son of LUSH’s Brighton shop manager. He, in turn, took his moniker from the James Stewart film classic., Harvey. Paws for thought – LUSH has added a helping of carrot oil because it’s good for bunnies!