This jelly is made with coconut, pineape and vetivert. It has the same scent as Coco Loco/Big Calm.
We like our eggs sweet, foamy and vegan. Brazilian orange oil and vetivert oil make a cracking combination and will have you dreaming of being in a candy store filling a paper bag with fried egg gummy candies. Let this sudsy version wobble over your body in the shower and feel the refreshing, toning and brightening effects of fresh pineapple infusion. If ever there was a shower jelly that smelled good enough to eat, it’s this one.
Don’t leave yourself scrambling for a good shower. Lather up with this sunshine-filled jelly. It’s no yolk, this cheery little egg is packed with a cracking mix of soothing coconut infusion, enzymic pineapple and softening carrageenan extract – a recipe for truly sumptuous skin. Top it all off with a blend of uplifting orange and vetivert for a clucking good shower.
Benefits: – With a soft, tropical scent, fresh coconut infusion soothes and moisturises skin leaving it soft and supple. – Fresh pineapple infusion is bright and enzymic, great for stimulating skin and giving it a revitalised glow. – Carrageenan is a seaweed extract that gives this product it’s unique jelly texture, and is super softening for your skin.
How to use: Keep it whole, and lather onto wet skin to create a rich foam that will clean and leave you feeling fresh and bright.
See my 3 minute description, demo & review video below.
Coco Loca is in the same scent family as Lush Big Calm shower jelly, Lush Big Calm body lotion, Big Calm solid perfume, Lush Yellow Submarine bath bomb, and Coco Loco solid shower oil.
Its made with orange oil, coriander, and lemon grass oil. The scent is a tropical pineapple and coconut smell.
When i first sprayed this on my arm once i did not smell anything remotely coconutty nor pineappleish. I was about to give this body spray a 2 out of 5 rating, meaning i wouldnt recommended…when i tried it again on my other arm, tbis time spraying two sprays instead of one and i waited until it wad tptally dry which was 15 minutes later. i sniffed my arm and finally! I was able to smell that tropical scent i remember so well and enjoy in the Big Calm jelly!
So tge key to this particular body spray is to wait until its totally dry before you make a decision.
That said, its not as strong of a scent as some of the other body sprays ive reviewed.
But its slightly swret and smells like a pina colada. So.i raisedy initial rating of this body spray to a 3 out of 5 rating. Meaning i would recommend it, but there are many othrt body sprays that i would choose over Coco Loco.
“Need a mini vacation? Mist on a little Coco Loco for a fresh breeze of palm trees, sandy beaches and total relaxation. Brazilian orange, coriander and lemongrass oils give lightness to the creamy coconut base of this perfume, evoking memories of your perfect tropical getaway. This spritzer is just as deliciously scented as the shower oil of the same name, so layer on the scent after the shower to make the vacation vibes last a little longer.” Lush
Lush Big Calm Jelly was first, as a retro item, sold in stores in 2005, 2006 and then sold again on line only in Lush’s “retro’ section in 2009-2011, then remade and sold again in the online Lush Kitchen as an exclusive item four times from 2015-2017.
the scent is made with real pineapple juice (ive seen the pineapples in the lush im factory refrigerator) and coconut oil.
Lush Kitchen made the Big Calm body lotion and the solid Big Calm perfume exclusively in the Lush Kitchen in 2016 and nowhere else and at no other time than the one time only.
Then Lush introduced the Yellow Submarine bath bomb as an exclusive at the Lush Summit 2017. Now the Yellow Submarine is a regular in store bath bomb sold currently and on their mail order website.
here are some photos that i’ve taken of these products from 2006-2018