Lime Bounty

5 out of 5 rating.

I would give it a 6 out of 5 rating if i could 😄

It was first seen in the Lush UK Kitchen Subscription box for the month of February 2021

See my 4 minute demo, review, scent description video below.

My favorite Lush lotion now.
I would give it a 6 out of 5 rating if i could 😄
Lime, Coconut.
So beautiful smelling. Just like Key Lime Pie.
It just sinks in to my skin without feeling greasy.

My demo, description, rating video

Sleep massage bar

5 out of 5 rating

See my Demo Vid below

I rub some on my forearms every night before bed and it smells like Heaven.

sleep

“Relax into a creamy Sleepy-scented massage, with chamomile essence water and super absorbent marula oil for soft skin. Better sleep and less stress are both associated with a regular rub-down. Why not team with the rest of the Sleepy family?”

I’m in total love with this new bar. It has everything we like about the Sleepy/Twilight scent, but turned up. The bar really brings out its creamy, sweet quality. I love it when a Lush scent meets the perfect product for it, so that it becomes the best way that the scent can possibly smell. 👍🏼

From Lush Oxford Street. All of the Lush massage bars have been redesigned a wee bit.

How to use:
Think of this as a solid massage oil, the butters and oils are designed to melt at body temperature so hold the bar between your hands to start melting before gliding over your skin, or someone else’s…

How to store:
Keep this cool and dry, the ideal place is a Lush tin until you are ready to indulge in a home spa treatment, or your skin is in need of a boost of hydration.

Melt warning:
This product is made with ingredients that allow it to soften around body temperature. During hot spells, it may melt. If you have any concerns please contact Customer Care.

List of ingredients

Demo Video

Schnuggle

5 out of 5 rating

Lush ‘Schnuggle’ body butter
Discontinued in 2010 or thereabouts.
Up for the vote for possible inclusion in the Feb 2021 Lush subscription box.
Lush has had a few of these body butter squares. Some exfoliating and some not.
This is one of the top three body butters that Lush have made in my opinion.

I love this bar for two reasons, the way it leaves a powdery soft finish on my skin, and the calming, yet sensual lavender, ginger, sandalwod and jasmine scent. This is one of lush’s first tries at this new formula and it’s the perfect consistency. If you Lushies dont’ like the more moist way that the other body butter bars leave your skin, you will love this. I even use it as a deo, it’s lovely smelling and it doesn’t scratch my skin and it’s also more moisturizing than a regular deo, The way I was taught to use it is to smooth is on your skin after I’ve dried off with a towel after a shower. It leaves skin dry and powdery soft. And it’s a dream for relaxing before bed. This is a softer, powderier lavender scent and a wee bit more floral than other of Lush’s lavender scents. Shnuggle reminds me more of the softer scent of lavender that is in “Ickle BabyBot” bath bomb. Mmmm….lovely.

Lush 2007 Description: Body Butter for Bed Time. In the world of Lush, the traditional thinking is that people take showers to wake themselves up in the morning and baths to calm down at night, but many of us have one or the other, not both. So we are delighted to introduce the Shnuggle bar, a sleep-inducing body butter for bedtime. Noriko came up with the concept, mixing moisturising cocoa butter with absorbent powders so that your skin feels soft and smooth, but not the slightest bit oily; use it, dry off and fall straight into bed without worrying about the sheets. It cleans in a chalky-smooth way and its dreamy, soporific, Dreamtime scent will seduce you straight to sleep.

Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Corn Starch, Kaolin, Magnesium Carbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Lavender Oil, Ginger Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Chamomile Oil ,Jasmine Absolute

Queen of Hearts

4 out of 4 rating

Up for the vote for possible inclusion in the February 2021 Lush Kitchen subscription box


Ingredients:
 100g £2.40Rose Infusion (Rosa centifolia), Vegetable Soap, Glycerine, Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Perfume, Geranium Oil, Rose Absolute, Violet Leaf Absolute, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine, Cetearyl Alcohol (wax), Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

This is a lovely gentle soap for sensitive skin, older skin or even dry skin. The ingredients are about as close as a bouquet of roses as you can get. The real and fresh rose scent is very nice. Leaves my skin soft and non-irritated.

Summer 2000 Lush Times description: Queen of Hearts is a soft, creamy complexion soap which we make for all of you who should know better than to wash your face with soap but just won’t stop doing it. At least if you’ll use this one then you won’t be drying out your skin too badly because the glycerine, almond oil and cocoa butter we put in it (not to mention lashings of skin-friendly essential oils) will stop you stripping away all your face’s natural oils. We make it with roses so you smell lovely too.

Lush Hair Marshmallows shampoo

I became familiar with these at the 2018 Lush Creative Showcase.

I have recorded a sink demo for you, it shows me shampooing my hair at the sink with the black one.

I explain each one in detail in my video.

Here is a photo of all four by Daniel_james_campbell on Instagram