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Lush Bath cocktail
I wanted to go for a red and purple color scheme. Seey 6 minute tub video below.
As i searched my lush collection i saw some thungs that fit the bill but noticed they all had geranium in common. I decided to use them:
1 new exclusive Lush ‘Ladybird’ bubble bar.
1 new exclusive Lush ‘Roller’ bath bomb.
1 squeeze of some Lush ‘Yummy Mummy’ shower cream (same scent as roller).
1 squeeze of some new Lush ‘Prince Charming’ shower gel.
The roller has a strawberry, caramely tonka, orange, and geranium scent.
The Ladybird bubble bar has a mint and geranium scent. Minty floral.
The shower gel has a geranium, pomegranate fruit, rose and marshmallow root scent
The Yummy Mummy has the same strawberry, orange,.caramelly tonka and geranium scent as Roller bomb.
I chopped up the bubble bar for the asmr people and also to get it to a fine consistency so it would dissolve in the seieve without me touching it…even though sometimes i like squishing it up in my hand.
I added the squeeze of each shower gel on top of the chopped up bubble bar in the seieve.
I added the bubble bar mixture first to see what color it made the water once it was dussolved for bubbles.
The water was a reddish orange.
Then i added the Roller bath bomb. Roller is my favorite Lush bath bomb of all time
You can see why i like this bath bomb in my pics below 😊
Soon the bath bomb dissolved and the purple water mixed with the red water and became a dark purple water with sparkles.
I woukd definitely recommend this combination of Lush products for a colorful and delicous smelling bath.
Unicorn Hot Chocolate bath
Heres a bath demo of it. YUM.
Cruelty free. Vegan. Woman owned small business. Great for your skin. ❤️
Using products from https://www.bedazzledbath.com and from https://happyplacecosmetics.co.uk
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Cocoa Butter, Synthetic Musk, Ylang Ylang Oil, Perfume.
Review: This was a gift in Lush Italy. It’s a “Luverly” shaped ballistic made out of Butterball. Same moisturizing properties in a beautiful flower shape.
The Happy Pill
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid,Perfume, Olive Oil, Hemp Oil , Grapefruit Oil, Bergamot Oil, Frankincense Oil , Lemon Oil , Orange Flower Absolute, Mandarin Oil.
Review: This is quite simply, the best ballistic I’ve ever tried from Lush If I’m not mistaken. I love the combo of the two Lush products together. Lush doesn’t do this combining very often. Lush “Fun with a twist” fun bar comes to mind.
This bath bomb is a slooooow fizzer which is nice because it lasts the whole bath. And it’s more of a foamer than a fizzer.
The combination of the lovely orange “The Olive Branch” scented side, and the sunny yellow “Happy Hippy” grapefruit scented side is a FABULOUS scent.
It was actually softening to my skin. I dont’ know, not softening in a “Butterball” way, but in a “bicarbonate” way. Absolutely lovely.
The scent stayed on my skin through the next day.
Noriko with Lush had created this one.
2006 Lush Times description: New shape, new concept, two of our favorite fragrances combined by Noriko to bring a bit of sunshine to gloomy days. Pop a Happy Pill to cheer yourself up, but pop it in the bath instead of a glass of water. The orange side is the mandarin fragrance of Olive Branch and the yellow side is our gloriously grapefruity Happy Hippy. It’ll keep you going until the spring flowers show their smiling faces.
The Happy pill
The Olive branch shower gel
the olive branch perfume
the olive branch lotion
Pop in the Bath bubble bar
Here’s the video, it’s such a pretty things in the bath.