An Egg shaped Intergalactic bath bomb
An Egg shaped Intergalactic bath bomb
Ingredients: Fresh Kumquat infusion (fortunella japonica), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerine, Propylene Glycol, Perfume, Carageenan extract, Ylang Ylang Oil, (Cananaga odirata), Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria izanoides), Cypress Oil, (Cupressus sempervirens), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), *Limonene, Linalool, Colour 45350, Coulour 77891, gardenia Extract (Gardenia Jasminoides), Methylparaben *Occurs naturally in essential oils.
This is a bright clear green and a lighter, opaque green, swirled jelly. It has the scent of Lush’s “Jungle” solid hair conditioner. This is one of the few jellies in which the scent does last on the skin. I like this jelly quite a bit. I always liked the scent of Jungle but could never get the hang of how to apply it in my tangled hair so this Jungle Jelly is a much better method to get that great earthy, dark green Jungle scent.
Lush Description: Relaxing Shower jelly to lead you serenly through the tangled Jungle of life. Freeze it, chill it, or use it at bathroom temperature. Crush or stroke it all over your body and hair, lather and rinse out.
Here’s a demo & review video i made of Jungle jelly
This is a woody, green forest-y, floral .
Pic by Schuette on the UK forum
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Glycerine, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine, Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides), Cypress Oil (Cupressus sempervirens), Cedarwood Oil (Juniperus virginiana), Cetearyl Alcohol, *Limonene, *Linalool, *Coumarin, *Cinnamal, Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
* Occurs naturally in essential oils Vegan
I also have a Jungle hair conditioner, a half full jungle forum member-only liquid perfume, a forum member-only jungle jelly, a rare “Lushfest 2012′ Jungle massage bar, and a rare Lushfest 2012 jungle tree soap. I’ll have pages of these individual items as well, eventually.
Here’s a video i did of it
See my demo video (below) of this in the tub 🙂
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.
This is truly one of my favorite bath bombs.
Ingredients: citric acid, Neroli oil, Ylang Ylang oil, Black pepper oil, Sandalwood oil, Vetivert, Cedarwood oil, Lemon oil, Grapefruit oil, Cade oil, Cream of tartar, Cornflour, sodium laureth sulfate, lauryl betaine, Coumarin, hydroxyxitronellal, methyl Ionene, *limonene, *linalool, Perfume, colour 17200, colour 42090, colour 45410, colour 16255, Paper Slip.
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
4 out of 4 rating
See my demo video below. Cyanide Pill has a fruity creamy, comforting kind of beginning scent, then comes a bitter almond note, almost makes me wrinkle my nose. I smell a vague cherryish note too. There is a silver glitter in the middle of this yellow bath bomb, which disperses into the water and looks pretty and glittery. Lush North America made a soap in 2015 called “Hands of Friendship’ which shares it’s scent with the Cyanide Pill.
When Lush had a gallery space built to introduce their new Gorilla III range of perfumes from their new “Death and Decay” series, they had a gallery room for each perfume they were introducing, including site and sound to match the perfume. Cyanide perfume was one of them gallery displays. However Lush never released the Cyanide perfume, turns out they only used the scent for the gallery display. We’re told that this new Cyanide pill bath bomb has the scent of that Gorilla III ‘Cyanide’ gallery room. I’ll have to try another one to make sure but i’m not sure i like the smells of this one. 2015 3.50 gpb / $5.75
Lush description: Slide into the danger zone
Caution! This intoxicating almond bomb should wear a warning sign. Detonate in water for a mercury silver slick.
Here’s my youtube video of what Cyanide Pill looks like in the tub. 🙂
5 out of 5 rating
This gets my vote for prettiest Lush bubble bar.
This is lovely and smells of rosewood, cedarwood and lemon oil. It smells sweet and lovely.
Lovely, delicate pink bubbles. It’s more conditioning than most lush bubble bars.
This leaves a silver- pink glittery shimmer in the water. This bubble bar has the whole package. I was surprised that it made the bath water moisturizing as well as fairy-like. It smells slightly perfumey, and woody, but the woodiness is tempered by the bright lemon.
Video showing the pink and silver water is below
The nice thing about this bubble bar is that it comes with two bars on one stick. It falls into the category “almost too pretty to use’. I bought multiple. I bought 4 or 5 of them, so even though i’ve used them i still have my ‘display’ cherry blossom. 🙂
Here’s a demo video I made of the Cherry Blossom in the bath.
See my video demo of the Violet nights bath oil below.
Violet, sandalwood, vanilla, ylang ylang.
A former ‘Cosmetics To Go’ company product, which Lush introduced back in 2011, and again in the Lush Kitchen in 2014. Lush is making for us once again in Nov 1 2015 in their online Lush Kitchen.
Here’s a Video of Violet Nights that i made on my YouTube channel, go forward to 13:40