Shijimi Butterfly

5 out of 5 rating. See my 2 minute recorded bath demo of it below.

This beautiful bath bomb is one of five butterflies that Lush has made for the grand opening of tge Lush Liverpool Biggest store in the world, and for the opening of the New Lush concept store in Harajuku Japan.

Shijimi is to promote sleep and relaxation, being made with lavender and chamomile.

It smells like the Lush ‘Ickle Baby Bot’ bomb.

Shijimi has layered blue and black colors and light glitter here and there in just the black part.

This is a slow, foamy type of fizzer.

While its not my favorite of the five butterfly bombs it is the best one for sleepy time.

I would suggest this bomb, especially if you like lavender.

here is a 2 minute tub demo of Shijimi Butterfly in my tub.

Black Pearl shower gel

In my photo above are all the things Lush has made with this same fragrance. I made a review demo video (below) of black pearl shower gel:

Black Sugar, Lavender absolute, Chamomile oil, Olibanum oil, Myrrh resinoid, Silver Lustre sparkle.
This is not a citrus nor candy scent. It smells like chamomile tea, with frozen black currants as ice cubes, and a sprig of fresh lavender.
Lush also made a Black Pearl ballistic (this came first), and later a soap called ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. I enjoy the black pearl fragrance.
And Men would like this scent too as it is a unisex fragrance.

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Ickle Baby Devil

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Lavender Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Chamomile Oil (Anthemis nobilis), Perfume, Colour 61585, Colour 18050.

This is a smaller bath bomb, for children. It has the same scent as the current tickle baby bot bath bomb that Lush sells now in stores. I once bought 30 of these at a time because i liked the scent so much; sandalwood, lavender, chamomile. I used these in my kids baths when they were little.

 

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Ickle Baby Angel

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Lavender Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Chamomile Oil (Anthemis nobilis), Perfume, Colour 61585, Colour 18050.

This is a smaller bath bomb, for children. It has the same scent as the current tickle baby bot bath bomb that Lush sells now in stores. I once bought 30 of these at a time because i liked the scent so much; sandalwood, lavender, chamomile. I used these in my kids baths when they were little.

There is a an Ickle Baby Devil also

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Lavender Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Chamomile Oil (Anthemis nobilis), Perfume, Colour 61585, Colour 18050.

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Rainbow Fun

The only thing that could improve rainbows up above the street, is if they were as close to you as your shoes are to your feet.


So watch them smiling over the sky and turn your head to grin, then quickly run to your bathroom and take this Fun bar in.



Make the seven colours into any shape you’d like, then run the water, settle in and take them on a hike.

Over belly button, then heads and shoulders too, a juicy blend with lemon oil will make skin feel brand new.

Cheery lime and grapefruit oils are bursting from your palm, Fair Trade vanilla sweetens and chamomile adds calm.

Fox in the Flowers

Vegan $5.75 6.3oz

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Roman Chamomile Flower, Rosebuds, Blue Mallow Flowers, Lime Tree Flowers , Lavender Absolute , Nettle Absolute , Lavendin Absolute ), Chlorophyllin.

 

Review: The Fox smells like grass when you smell it dry. Once it’s in the tub, it’s green smelling and fresh with a lovely pale green water color. The deep reddish-pink flower buds also help to make it look like a fairy bath.  Some people thought it was boring and didn’t like all the brown flower bits in the water, that’s probably because it wasn’t fresh.    I think alot of my pining is because Lush discontinued this so quickly I only got a chance to try two. I would love to try a fresh one again.

Luckily the lush Kitchen online made this in 2014 and 2015.

When it was originally sold some people thought this ballistic was just “meh”.   I believe it was a case where the other ballistics that were sold at the same time as this one just were more colorful with more “wow” factor. I think the Fox kind of got lost in the background and didn’t get a fair shot.

 

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Lush times 2005 description: It’s been a while since we launched a flowery Ballistic so it was high time for a new one, however, the Fox in the Flowers does not have what you’d call a typical floral scent. It’s more like a meadow with grass growing knee high and wild flowers towering above it, or possibly the smell of a very smart florist’s shop. There is much greenery in this scent; much of it comes from the chlorophyll in it, the stuff which makes leaves green. A Fox in the Flowers bath smells green like cut grass, wild flowers, and woodlands. Take one to your bath when you want to feel like Maid Marion washing in a shady pool ready for Robin to get back from a hard day’s wealth redistribution.

Here’s a demo video i made of Fox in the Flowers