Lily Savon soap
Lily Savon spray perfume Lush Uk forum special
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Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Lily Head Infusion (Lilium candidum) , Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale) , Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata) , Neroli Oil. .
* Occurs naturally in essential oils
Review: This is a ballistic made for forum members only for one day, in the “Lily Savon”soap or “Ghost” Lush scent. Plain and simple, it’s lovely. It’s heaven on a stick. I love all the Lily Savon family of products, Ghost shower gel, Lily perfume and this ballistic. I use all of these alot lately.
5 out of 5 ratingLush Times Xmas 2008: Helen Ambrosen’s new favourite thing is to make Shower Jellies in individual moulds, as well as huge wobbly ones. Like our big blocks of Shower Jellies, you can put the individual ones in the fridge or the freezer to give yourself a shock in the shower. Lovely and cooling for hot days, and cheaper than a plunge pool. Ghost unfolds into a shape-shifting ethereal blob, looking a but like Munich’s painting, The Scream. Despite his slightly scary appearance, he softens and calms your skin as he gets you clean. You can either slap him all over your body to make a lather, or detach a little chunk of him and rub it fast and firmly between your hands for a creamy froth. You can use him to wash your hair because his seaweed gel is really good for turning tangles into luscious locks. Wash all over and just like Mr. Ghostie, you’ll be wafting scents of lilies, jasmine and ylang around after you all day. Grab him now before he drifts away…
Ingredients: Glycerine, Fresh Dove Orchid, Perfume, Carrageenan Extract, Jasmine Absolute, Ylang Ylang Oil, Neroli
Ghost is a floral fragrance made with dove orchid, lilies, and other flowers. The fragrance stays on the skin awhile which is good.
The jelly is so cute in the shape of a ghost. You have to turn ithe whole jelly over when you take it out to see it.
My Scent Family photo (without ‘Lucky Cat’ bubble bar)
Here’s a video i did of this jelly, it’s in the last two minutes