This is the long awaited (if youre an OG Lushie) Cinders shower gel.
Many Lushies have been wsiting for a shower gel of Cinders since lush first introduced their Cinders bath bomb during holidays past.
The Cinders bath bomb (and later – uk forum perfume that i bought on the forum) has a base of orange oil and cinnamon leaf.
This shower gel however, adds some extra pumpkin pie spices that were not in the original. Alspice, nutmeg, clove, and pumpkin puree!
So itslike a combination of orange and pumpkin pie. Quite different.
Im surprised this isnt called a shower cream since it has extra moisturizing properties like almond oil and pumpkin seed oil.
I like the orange color for Fall. And i like that Lush added the obligatory American spice mix.
The consistency is a nice medium-thick.
The scent doesnt partcularly last on the skin.
I would drfinitely enjoy using the large bottle i have and the naked Cinders shower gel also, but i dont know that id care to buy another bottle bottle. Thsts why i rate Cinders shower gel a 4 out of 5 rating.
Here is a 7 minute close up sink demo i recorded of Cinders shower gel.
Has the Appley ‘So White’ scent. This was a soap that Lush sold in Christmas of 2010.
There are two pieces (one green and a smaller red ) soaps, a doll-shaped ‘Cinders‘ bath bomb, and a doll-shaped, and a So White bath bomb. all nested inside of each other, like a real Russian Matroyshka Doll. And the whole gift set was wrapped in a red scarf with designs on it.
Lush Times: Our brand new Cinders Bath Ballistic is the colour of a glowing ember and it crackles like warming wood fire, like the one that Cinderella slept by in the fairy tale. When Mo made this lovely little Ballistic, she added popping candy so it also makes a sound like burning logs. As you lie in the bath listening to your Ballistic fizzing, you’ll be able to hear little crackles too! It was inspired by a bottle of Glug, the Christmas beverage that Mika from Lush in Sweden brought us, so we scented it with cinnamon and orange smell like a warming, yuletime drink. It started life called Glug, but with its colours and sound, Cinders seemed like the perfect name.
Review: I Love this! I love the scent. It’s subtley orange, smokey, spiced with cinnamon. The pop rocks inside sound like a crackling fireplace. This was so popular that Lush UKers asked for a Cinders perfume and Lush sold this as a forum member only perfume.