This shower gel.is exclusive to the Lush Uk Kitchen subscription box.
Its actually made by combining two existing
Lush products: ‘Tramp’ and ‘Smaragadine’.
Tramp is a old lush favorite shower gel that smelled very earthy like a fairy glade. Its main scent notes were patchouli and oakmoss.
Smaragadine was an even older product that was a liquid bubble bath made with mint, lavender, rose petal, sandalwood, oranfe peel, chamomile, petitgrain and ginger.
Ingredients: White Horehound and Peppermint Leaf Infusion, Balm Herb, Rose Petal and Lavender Flower Infusion, Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Lauryl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Fine Sea Salt, Organic Orange Peel Decoction, Patchouli Oil, Petitgrain Oil, Pimento Berry Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Ginger Oil, Plantain Vinegar Gel, Perfume, Methyl Ionone, Eugenol, *Limonene, Linalool, Chlorophyllin, Methylparaben. * Occurs naturally in essential oils
Review: Thick, green and mossy. Doubles as a bubble bath. Very burnt-patchouli/clove scented; if you like the Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds bubble bar, you’ll probably like Supertramp. Scent lingers on the skin for hours after showering. I like it, but not quite as much as Grass.
Lush Kitchen description: An earthy, mystical shower gel that smells like wandering through tall dark pine trees in an enchanted forest over a cool soft carpet of moss. With horehound to cleanse the skin, peppermint to add a warming, fresh top note and the sensual, floral scents of lavender and rose.
So Supertramp has all of these notes. Its a multi layered spa type of scent.
The Supertramp shower gel is a dark green,
thick gel that is calming and soothing.
I woukd say that its one of the best green, earthy shower gels that Lush has made, with the exception of Tramp.
Its a unisex scent that would be liked by both men and women.
The Supertramp in this Lush Kitchen Subscription box is the regular 250g Medium size.
I would recommend and would buy another one if i had the chance.
5 out of 5 rating.
See my demo video and how to use video below
This smells so spicy and amazing. Its not the floral lush ginger fragranc, thank goodness, No this Gingerbread man sparkle jar has a real holiday gingerbread goodness scent.
This is another knock out wonderful product from Lush for Christmas.
i love the two products in one concept of the Lush ‘sparkle jars’.
what they are are little gorgeous containets made out of solid massage jar mixture and inside of it is dusting powder in the same fragrance!
Lush description The secret to soft skin? Okay, I’ll tell you. Do you know the muffin man? The muffin man? The muffin man. Yes, I know the muffin man, who lives on Drury Lane? Well, when you’re feeling in need of an extra festive treat, poke holes into this Gingerbread Man’s buttons and dust yourself all over to leave skin feeling silky and smooth. After the dusting powder is all used up, the Fair Trade organic cocoa butter pot can be massaged in, to moisturise and soften while clove bud and ginger oils keep you feeling warm, cosy and smelling of Christmas baking.
Meet the Elf On The Shelf, a cheeky chappy who’s here to add a little more fun to the holiday season. Packed full of twangy, vibrant grapefruit and ginger oils, he loves nothing more than popping up and surprising shower goers in unexpected places. Simply assemble your own elf and add a little extra sparkle to your festive routine by hiding him around the bathroom for friends and family to find – you could even take an elfie!
Here’s a demo video i made of the Elf on the Shelf fun bar.
Here’s a demo video I made of Jilted Elf jelly being silly.
Lush Times: Jilted Elf takes an alcoholic stumble around your shower, leaving wafts of fruit cocktails as he goes.
Wash away the old and welcome in the new with our bright green, wobbly foaming shower jelly that’s named after a cocktail we saw for sale in New York. With an infusion of figs, honey and seaweed gel to soften your skin and make you silky to the touch. Then to make you smell intoxicating and irrisistable, we have a multi-layered sophisticated fruity Christmas cocktail fragrance of vodka and essential oils, including cinnamon leaf oil, grapefruit oil and ginger oil.
Our Jilted Elf can never be kept down. He looks towards a fine future that is full of promise, his little inner twinkle of gold shines out, no matter how tough going the festive season gets. Grab him and drag him into a shower near you for the most fun shower you’ve had in a long while.
Description: Catch a falling star and put it in your… bath. We have been working for a long time to make this Christmas bath melt – a shimmering bright star for an extra special bath filled with light and lustre. The shea butter fondant centre inside this bath melt is rich and moisturising, creating a soft and creamy bath. When the star melts, its silvery lustre spreads into the water creating a magical trail of starlight. Refreshing ginger and zesty lime oil inspire positivity and will also give you an extra boost. Close your eyes, make a wish, crush this melt under running water and watch as your bath turns into a turquoise, silvery pool of star light.
Lush Times: This was inspired by a binge on McVities new dark chocolate ginger biscuits. That should give you a flavour of what’s in store. After boiling cinammon sticks and clove buds, we mix in our favourite Elizabethan blend of spice oils, ginger it all up with some ginger oil, pour in the dark chocolate liquer and add baths full of bubbles. When used in the shower makes everything smell surprisingly like a chocolate cream bar.
The story so far:
In 1939 Professor Peyton discovered El Tajin in southern mexico. He also discovered the exploits of 13 Rabbit, a ruler in the 1st century. His name, derived from the Mesoamerican calendar, is written with a rabbit surrounding two bars next to three dots. The Mayans were keen on spice and chocolate so we named this after him. All perfectly logical and not at all contrived!
Review: When you squeeze it out of the bottle, out comes a thick, milk chocolate colored liquid. This really does smell like milk chocolate, except a less sweet milk chocolate than is what might be in a candy bar. Right underneath the chocolate note is the ginger scent. Ahh, now we have a slightly spicy chocolate. the chocolatey scent does not last on the skin too long unfortunately but the opportunity for hedonism in the shower or bath increases two fold with this product.
Aside from this bubble bath Lush also made a 13 rabbits shower gel, and a 13 rabbits bath melt.
This is/was Lush’s spicy bath bomb in 2004 and it smells like clove, cinnamon, and ginger. It’s a good staple ballistic for the cold weather months. To me It needed some depth. It was very acidic, and astringent, like tea is. It’s more bitter then i would’ve imagined. I just wish it could’ve been sweeter, just a teeny weeny bit. There is cinnamon bark in the bomb which drift around in the water but Hot Java isn’t spicy as Lush’s “Marathon” bubble bar, or Hot Toddy, which were spicier.After I used my five up, I never bought one again.
Hot Java was DCd in 2007. It was in regular production for about 1 1/2 years.
Lush Times 2006 description: Jump into a Hot Java bath every time you need warming up. It’s for cold days . so that’s most of them . or days when you’ve got a cold or when you.ve been out in the cold and need warming up right through. It’s good for when you’re feeling creaky after exercising too. Run a warm bath, drop in the Hot Java and let the spices soak right in. There’s warming ginger oil, warming ginger powder and some warming ginger absolute too. Very warm! Powdered cinnamon is traditionally used to relieve aches, ylang ylang relaxes your muscles and juniper berry oil is said to help relieve stiff joints. A week in the tropics would be lovely but a Hot Java will do nicely.
There are all kinds of tiny pieces of cinnamon stick all over the tub. If you dont like bits in your bath i recommend putting this bsth bomb in a kitchen strainer and then hold the strainer in the falling water stream. No bits this way.
This is SO beautiful in the bath, beautiful surprises. This gets prettier as it melts away. What a knockout color when it melts. It looks so elegant, but when it’s in the water WOW. Purple heaven. It has the wonderfully spicy lavender and ginger scent. It was very moisturizing to my skin.
The lavender also promotes sleep.
I will definitely be buying more of these gorgeous things.
I can use them when i want to take ‘clearing my energy’ kind of a bath.
5 out of 5 rating
See my 2 minute video demo below.
I made a 2 minute video demo below for Lush Oxford Street ‘Dreamtime’ bath oil. It has the same wonderful lavender scent as the refgular current ‘dreamtime’ bath melt.
My photos below show the original look of Lush Dreamtime.
From the title of a Ray Bradbury novel/screenplay/movie.
Review: Having a real ginger root scent, and not that of Gingerbread. The ginger is softened by lovely Jasmine and almond oil. This is a good blend of ginger and jasmine. The oakmoss lending that “spooky’ quality from the story of the same name. If it’s a fresh Something Wicked bathmelt you can smell the layers of scent, pretty floral, earthy oakmoss, spicy ginger. That said, i wish there were more scent. I’ve had a few that were stronger and the scent was very nice. But the weaker scented melts have to be brought up to the nose in order to smell them.
It makes a GORGEOUS color pattern in the water if it’s a fresh one, as you can see in my photo below.
Lush UK also made a Something Wicked Lotion and perfume for forum members only in 2009 or 2010. It was SO good.
Lush Times 2006 description: Possibly the Queen of our new bath melt selection. Ginger and jasmine envelope you in a sensual haze of soft, warm, welcoming swirls of glittery, moisturising foam. Wicked in every sense of the word.
This is what the Something wicked melt looked like one year only during halloween 2008, with a dark pink red glitter.
Below is a special dark pink glittery one that Lush made only one year for Halloween/Christmas time in the mid 2000’s
Here’s an 8 second video showing my something wicked perfume.
The latest addition to this scent family is an exclusive shower bomb (there two in the picture) made in the Lush Labs 2018.
This was always a favorite of mine. It’s like Ceridwen’s Cauldron bath met, but more exotic smelling. It has one of my faovrite spices-Cardamom- and rose petals and ginger oil. It was both yummy and gorgeous.
There was also an Elixir bubble bar, which was also beautiful in the bath.
And the blue is a limited edition one i got for the Lush Holidays years ago.
Review: This ballistic was discontinued about as quickly as it came out. Loads of people liked it on the forum but I guess it just didn’t sell at all and was pulled a few months after introduction. It smells like the perfume Ginger, highly floral rose but it has a strong lemony top note also. I wouldn’t normally like this combo but Lush also includes Sandalwood, Mimosa (like is in 17 Cherry Tree Lane soap and Sakura ballistic) , and also some red mandarin oil. So while i don’t hate it, i don’t love it either. It’s quite strong when fresh and the red mandarin orange oil and sandalwood is covered up by the fresh ginger and lemon scent, but when this ballistic mellows a bit it’s lovely. It makes bright yellow water. 3 stars.
Lush Times 2004 Description: How about a jolly bathtime adventure with lashings of ginger and lemon? Drop into a pre-run bath for a refreshing ginger fizz and lemonade experience.
Here’s a video i made of this bath bomb in the tub
Debuting at their Oxford Street store in London, and then coming to UK and US stores a month later, this comes at a time when lush were discontinuing their bath bomb of the same name.
I like the bath bomb more than the bubble bar. There was a whole show involved with the bath bomb. An unfurling of psychedelic beauty. Whereas the bubble bar crumbles into the huge amount of bubbles, which is good, after all it is a bubble bar. But i like the :show” of the bath bomb a bit more. Dunno if i’ll buy this one again. The scent wasn’t as strong as i remember the bath bomb to be. It is a gorgeous looking bubble bar though.
Lush Description: This ginger, pepper and lemon-scented bubble bar turns your water psychedelic and puts some colour in your life. Simply crumble underneath the running tap to create grounding, spicy bubbles. Its spicy, citrusy scent will pep you up: lemon oil boosts the mood, while ginger and pepper are warming.
List of ingredients
Lemon Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Ginger Oil
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Here’s a video i made for you
Description: Forum special – Spring 2009. “What can we say about this lady’s campaign to get her own way ?? You have all seen it.
We tried ignoring her, we tried patronising her, we tried taking out an injunction. But when all that failed, we simply had to accept that she is made of sterner stuff than us and we should just roll over and submit. So here it is – the badass assed gel you ever will see !! “
I like this bath bomb. The “show” that it gives in the tub is spectacular. It makes a dizzying array of colors, growing ever psychedelic as more of it dissolves in the water. It’s a flat bath bomb, having varied colored rings within rings.
In April 2015 this was discontinued. At the same time, Lush made a new bubble bar of the same name and scent. I think the reason they discontinued this bath bomb, after it only being in stores for a year or so, is that this was a particularly fragile bath bomb since it was designed with rings within rings, and may have broke more often in the store displays than other of the lush bath bombs.
I LOVE the scent.Its made with Ginger, Black Pepper and Lemon. The scent is actually strong enough. 👏🏼
Here’s a video i made for you of this in the tub
List of ingredients
Cream of Tartar
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Black Pepper Oil
Colour 17200Granny Takes a Dip bath bomb
Review: A spicy smaller ballistic at 95g, the size of butterball bath bomb. Fizzy O has mustard seed and powdered mustard added and all the other warming spices (which accumulated on the bottom of the tub and were kind of scratchy). This was DCd in 2002.
Lush Times 2002 description: Have you overdone the physical a bit? Fizzy O’Therapy is the one for soothing the sore feet of marathon runners or marathon shoppers, easing the pulled muscles of footballers who’re old enough to know better, relaxing the shoulders after a long day at the word processor….It’s stuffed full of refreshing coriander, stimulating oils of clove and cinnamon plus hot mustard and ginger powder to ease your aching bodies and feet.
5 out of 5 rating See my short demo video of this below.
This is made with a Spicy clove and ginger scent. Those of you familiar with Hot Toddy and liked it, would like this.
This wand-type, re-usable bubble bar is an absolutely beautiful orange-red color, with golden shimmer. It leaves the water a red color with golden shimmer in it. The red doesn’t stain the tub in any way. It’s a strong spicy scent. Especially good if you need warming up on a cold night.
Lush description: Awaken the Dragon – A roaring hot, ginger and cinnamon bubble bath to put a little fire in your belly.