This is a solid/naked packageless body lotion exclusive to the LushLabs at lush.co.uk
While i did not like the previous naked body lotion ‘Once Upon a Time’ that lush made for Christmas 2017, this one, Little Pot of Energy, is different.
Its not oily nor greasy. Its a drier consistency than ive seen before. Almost how a dry deo goes on. Theres no tacky feeling when you apply it.
I like the smell. Its made with oranges and grapefruit, as i explain in my demo and review video below.
the bottom line is that this works for me. it moisturizes my skin without feeling oily, and it snells great.
i would actually use this everyday, and i might even buy another one.
Lush: Move mountains. Fight lethargy. Deliver a dose of vitalising citrus straight to the skin. It’s a bolt of lightening to the brain: a sweep of orange puree that’s electric sharp to sniff but smooth as butter on your body thanks to a base of Fair Trade Colombian cocoa butter. Supercharge your skin with a sweep of brightening orange and grapefruit pulp and reboot your mind with a perfume flavour so fresh you can nearly taste it. Motivation’s never been this mouthwatering.
List of ingredients
Fair Trade Colombian Cocoa Butter
Pink Grapefruit Puree
Fair Trade Shea Butter
See my 2 minute demo and review video of my Lush Magnificent bath oil below.
Feel propelled by uplifting grapefruit and tangerine, as you luxuriate in waters infused with a coalescence of intensely moisturising shea butter, jojoba oil and restorative litsea cubeba oil. You don’t need a bath to tell you how magnificent you are, but it helps.
Tangerine, Grapefruit and Litsea cubeba.
4 out of 5 rating. Made with the Ectoplasm bath bomb fragrance of tangeeine, grapefruit and litsea cubeba.. see my tub demo below.
I love that this is a 3D bath melt of a tree. Thus the name ‘Tree D’. We can use one piece or both pieces for one bath.
I’m full on addicted to this citrussy scent.
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.
LUSH is releasing a former product called Emotibombs! It’s a bath bomb for those who don’t have the shower–you get the same aromaatherapy benefits as the bath bomb, without having to fill up your tub (or shower stall). The Emotibombs dissolve slower than the bath bombs, and they have concentrated the essential oils to better suit the shower environment. There are four to choose from!
Too Drunk To… ($) This one is a fantastically pepperminty hangover cure with essential oils of marigold, cleansing fennel, and reviving sweet orange to help refresh and invigorate, as well as soothe a sore head. You’ll come out of the shower feeling super revitalized and raring to go!
Up You Gets ($) Step into the shower with this Emotibomb and inhale the refreshing and uplifting lime, reviving grapefruit, and mind-clearing lemon oils as they waft around to wake up your senses. By the time you step out of the shower you’ll be wide awake and ready to face the day.
Up The Wooden Hill ($) Pop this Emotibomb in the shower for a quick, powerful dose of sleeping potion. It’s full of calming lavender oil and lavender absolute, along with soothing chamomile blue oil and neroli to switch off your brain for a good night sleep.
Sex In The Shower ($) As an environmentally friendly company, we encourage people to share showers to conserve water. This one is perfect for two! There’s a blend of aphrodisiac essential oils of pure jasmine absolute, ylang ylang, and rose otto with a blend of detoxifying juniperberry, sense-sharpening ginger and spirit lifting geranium. Please use responsibly!
Get your LUSH on at http://www.lush.com!
$9.95 8.4oz (in 2004)
Ingredients: Fresh Dove Orchid Infusion (Dendrobium), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Aloe Vera Gel (Aloe barbadensis), Lauryl Betaine, Rock Salt (Sodium chloride), Neroli Oil (Citrus amara), Grapefruit Oil (Citrus grandis), Mandarin Oil (Citrus noblis), Rose Oxymel (Rosa centifolia), Cocamide DEA, Perfume, Colour 18050, Colour 61585, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
Review: It’s a deep purple colored gel, that smells like cheerful and yummy, fresh, peeled oranges with a fresh whiff of dove orchid. Fab. I LOVE that crazy ultraviolet color.
Lush Times 2004 description: Sad bunnies in the northern hemisphere will need this most in January, February and March whilst misery kittens in the southern hemisphere will want it in July, August and September. Lack of sunshine can make us all feel a bit down in the dumps so at Lush central we’ve done our best to bottle it. Happy for SAD is an ‘ultra-violet’ shower gel (it’s very purple!) scented with a bunch of the cheery, stimulating essential oils. We have rose to restore happy feelings, uplifting, refreshing mandarin and a drop or two of the wonderful neroli, said to relieve tension and stress and give a feeling of euphoria to all who smell it. Whenever you feel the dull, dark days and long nights getting you down, get up with Happy for SAD.
Here’s a demo video i made of this shower gel
Here’s a video demo i made of this soap
The only thing that could improve rainbows up above the street, is if they were as close to you as your shoes are to your feet.
So watch them smiling over the sky and turn your head to grin, then quickly run to your bathroom and take this Fun bar in.
Make the seven colours into any shape you’d like, then run the water, settle in and take them on a hike.
Over belly button, then heads and shoulders too, a juicy blend with lemon oil will make skin feel brand new.
Cheery lime and grapefruit oils are bursting from your palm, Fair Trade vanilla sweetens and chamomile adds calm.
This was a perfume at the Lush store in london called “B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful. It was always one of my favorite perfumes sold at B Never boutique from 2005-2008. There was a whole lin eof products with this scent. I have pics of them all in my section here on my blog called “B Never too busy to be beautiful’.
Here’s a 15 second video i made with my b electro to show consistency, etc.
Later, Lush made a soap in the “B” scent. It was a bright yellow color and it was shaped like the sun. Lush called this soap “B Electro”. a couple of years alter, Lush made a shower gel for forum members only with the scent of our lovely B scent. Lush made our requested shower gel with the same color as the b electro soap, and now we have this shower gel today 🙂
Ingredients: Water, Rose Water, Fennel Oil, Grapefruit Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Rose Absolute, Cold Pressed, Jojoba Oil.
See my demo video below. This pale blue body conditioner contains
moisturizing jojoba oil, murumuru butter and shea butter. It has menthol crystals for a tingly sensation to cool you down after a hot day.
Peppermint, spearmint, grapefruit
and cassia make up this refreshing scent.
The Naked version is also being made this year 2017.
Here’s a demo i recorded of how to use it.
5 out of 5 rating
See my tub demo video below
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Grapefruit Oil, Bergamot Oil , Almond Oil, Propylene Glycol, Colour 15510, Mulit-Coloured Glitter (Polyethylene terephthalate), Fizzy Candy.
Lush Times: Here comes a ballistic of astronomical proportions. We were inspired by The Imagined Village’s intriguing interpretation from their second album, Empire & Love. It’s shaped like Saturn with added space dust for our alien friends, and the refreshing scent of blackcurrant sweeties will make you hungry for your own space adventures. Space Girl is stellar, just remember your blaster and your freezer gun.
The Space Girl bath bomb smells so fruity and slightly sweet.
Lush made three other products later in the same scent: the Gith Fairy Massage bar, The Dinosaur Egg bath bomb, and the 2020 Star bubble bar.
As it fizzes it makes a red and purple water, and it has a pretty light blue glitter in the water.
it also leaves a red comet effect on the bottom of the tub which is awesome.
OMG what a gorgeous bath bomb! See my short video clip of it below. This shares it's beautiful scent with Lush "Happy Happy Joy Joy" and a couple of other lush products.
Review: The fragrance of this bath bomb surprised me. I thought because it was called “Frozen” it might be minty. Instead this is a Gorgeous floral with citrus notes. It has the lscent as Lush “Happy Happy Joy Joy” shampoo, “shine so bright”. It has silver shimmer in the water which does leave an ever so light sheen on the skin after the bath. The water is an incredible bright sky blue color.
Lush description: Let it go – This magical blend of uplifting grapefruit, tunisian neroli, rose oil.
See my video of this gorgeous bath bomb below.
See the 3 minute video (below) i made of this stupefying color of water.
Lush description: Blast off into Funky-This awesome mix will have you hooked on a feeling. Be the guardian of a galaxy as it explodes in your bath.
5 out of 5 rating. This is minty smelling, and the dark blue color of the water, and the sparkliness of the water makes my bath look like a galaxy. A bath bomb can’t get any better than this.
This has popping candy, peppermint oil, grapefruit oil, cedarwood oil, and vetivers oil.
Here’s a pic i took of Intergalactic in the tub.
Here’s a link to a video i made of the Intergalactic in the water, GORGEOUS shimmer at the very end 🙂
April 2015 – My Video of this below
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
Ingredients: Honey Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Fresh Lemon Juice (Citrus limonum), Fresh Grapefruit Juice (Citrus grandis), Fresh Lime Juice (Citrus limetta), Grapefruit Oil (Citrus grandis), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum), Tincture of Benzoin (Styrax benzoin), Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
Review: This is light and lemony, it smells just like Lush “Bohemian” soap, not like Slammer. It’s lighter and so lemony and nice, sunshiny and light for morning.
Lush Times 2005 description: You’ll be needing Back For Breakfast if you’re a ‘do I really have to get up already?’ sort of a person who doesn’t have a choice in the matter. The lemons, limes, grapefruits and sweet benzoin essential oil wake you gently but firmly, plunking you back in the land of the living ready to do what you have to do. We use fresh organic juices for high strength wakey-wakeyness and add the essential oils – lime to stimulate, lemon to refresh and grapefruit to revive you – for a concentrated boost of alertness. Ooh! Almost forgot!! They are also fabulous cleansers, gentle but firm on the skin too.
Discontinued July 2015
Video below – 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.
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
One of our best-selling favorites, Celebrate has returned just in time for Christmas! This rich, creamy lotion deeply hydrates and softens with almond oil and cocoa butter, while an intoxicating blend of orange flower, lime, benzoin and cognac oil perfumes the skin with a champagne fragrance that lingers for hours. Indulge in this decadent cream before going out for the night or after a relaxing bath with our Golden Wonder Bath Bomb.
Other Lush products with this scent include: (I’ll have ALL of them entered into this blog in a few days.)
Champagne Snow Showers liquid perfume
Champagne solid perfume
champagne Snow Showers shower gel
Celebrate Fun bar
Celebrate shower gel
Celebrate liquid perfume
Celebrate solid perfume
Christmas Party bath bomb
First Snow dusting powder
Golden Wonder Christmas bath bomb
Supernova bath bomb
Here’s a video showing how the lotion looks, and how thick it is