The Comforter body lotion

Scent family: The Comforter Bubble Bar Slice; The Comforter Shower Gel; Oopsie Daisy Bubble Bar Slice; Sweetie Pie Jelly; Cherie Ripe Massage Bar; You Snap The Whip Body Butter, etc. 

 

Ingredients: Water , Sweet Almond Oil , Cocoa Butter , Glycerine, Stearic Acid, Treithanolamine, Bergamot Oil, Cassis Absolute , Cypress Oil , Cetearyl alcohol, Limonene, Linalool, Perfume, Mathylparaben, Propylparaben

Review: If you like “The Comforter” bubble bar, you will love this, full of Cassis it has a lovely somewhat raspberry scent. It differs form batch to batch but its a medium thick consistency.

The scent doesn’t stay on the skin after awhile but that’s okay.

 

Here’s a review video i made of the comforter lotion

 

 

Floating Flower

(Jasmine, like the Godiva solid hair shampoo, “Lust” perfume, Flying Fox shower gel VEGAN? No

Lush has made the Floating Flower for Valentine’s Day 2015. It was made before in Japan Lush but had never been released in the UK nor here in the U.S. It is beautiful.  See my demo video below

List of ingredients
•Sodium Bicarbonate

•Cypress Oil
•Jasmine Absolute
•Palmarosa Oil
•Ylang Ylang Oil
•Lilial
•Perfume
•Gardenia Extract

Here’s a demo video I made of this bath bomb

Northern Lights soap

Ingredients: Water, Rapeseed Oil and Coconut Oil, Perfume,Pine Needle Oil ,Cypress Oil, Lime Oil,

Even though this soap is called “Northern Lights”, it doesn’t share the scent with the beautiful long, purple bath bomb of the same name from a couple of Christmases ago.   This soap has pine, cypress and lime.  I absolutely love the scent of this soap.

Lush Times:  We have an ongoing obsession, here at Lush, with the Northern Lights.  Many a trip has been taken, but rarely have they been observed. Meaning they have become something of a holy grail for us.

So yet again, we are left trying to recreate them in soap, rather than watch them in real life. But it does mean that you get amazing wonderful soaps from us.

This soap was made by Wesley, who perfectly matched the colours of the auroras he watched on the internet, and then found a special way to pour the soap to represent the natural light show.

Then Pia, our trainee perfumer from Finland, came up with an electric, fresh pine and lime perfume to finish off Wesley’s work.  Together they will make you feel like you are in the crisp climes of the arctic circle, with nature’s amazing light show performing about you.

Who said soap was boring?