5 out of 5 rating. See my demo & review vid below.
Lush has introduced a new shower bomb to the mix. The Comforter shower bomb. Originally introduced at the new Lush Liverpool Spa Mega store, Lush uk decided to offer this to the public for a limited time, on their Lush Labs site at lush.co.uk
So i bought two. I love anytjibg in the Comforter scent.
So far ive loved every one of the 7 different Lush Cosmeticd shower bombs that ive tried.
This Comforter shower bomb is right up there amongst my favorite shower bombs.
Youre supposed to pass the shower bomb quickly one time through the water (dont leave it in the water) and then it starts to activate.
It becomes foamy and creamy and you can rub this foamy cream on your skin to cleanse. Then simply rinse off with warm water.
Its not a conditioning bar, it’s a cleanser, so theres nothing left on the skin after rinsing. Its not drying, it just leaves soft clean skin.
I find this bar to smell like the other comforter scented products, though i definitely smell more of the bergamot note than in other comforter products.
I would recommend this. It was about £2.75
Heres my video sink demo
4 out of 5 rating
This is one of six exclusive shower gels that Lush.co.uk made ‘just because’ from community favorite bath bombs
Honestly, This is the shower gel i was the least excited about. Ive seen sex bomb in one form or another for 17 years. *yawn*
However, i was in for a surprise when i used this for the first time.
Firstly, it has this quite unexpected pink shimmer to it. SO pretty. The bath bomb that this shower gel was named after doesnt have any glitter nor shimmer so this was a pleasant surprise. its not glitter like in Intergalactic shower gel, this is *shimmer*, more subtle than glitter. Beautiful. I just keep gazing at it in the light.
Secondly, the scent isn’t as complex as rhe bsth bomb scent. That said-this is what i could call a classically ‘pretty’ scent. Its feminine and floral. Having rose, and jasmine florals. The herbaceousness of the sage is kind of missing, and the ylang ylang isnt coming across at all to me but….i dont care because this floral shower gel scent has great ‘throw’. Its not a sweet scent. Just floral.
And more importantly two hours after my shower im getting compliments about how i smell at the grocery store, and from my husband. He said it smells sexy.
I SEE you Sex Bomb shower gel! ❤️
3 or 4 out of 5 rating
Some days i think it a 4, and other days i think its a 3.
This is one of six shower gels that Lush made just because, from our favorite in-store bath bombs.
While im quite enamored with the woody, fruity scent of the bath bomb, the scent in the shower gel doesnt quite translate tjat similarly. That said its still a good smelling shower gel. It translates to a straight up bubble gum scent.
The look of the bomb is a rainbow of bright colors, and so the bath bombs scent is also multi layered with contrasting notes of woodiness and fruitiness.
The shower gel isnt quite as much of a mixture of notes as it is a muddiness of scents. Intetestingly this blending becomes bubblegum.
My husband is even less impressed by this shower gel, he does NOT like the scent. He says it smells like bad breath. Yikes. I dont get that at all but your mileage may vary. *closes the lid of the bottle with a loud snap*
Its a nice thick bright orange shower gel.
It doesnt have glitter because the bath bomb has no glitter.
If you like bubblegum scents you’ll love this shower gel.
5 out of 5 rating
See my 2 minute tub demo below.
I Want a Pony bath oil is one of 350 new products introduced at the new Lush Megastore in liverpool spa.
It was made with the scent of “The Comforter”, which has cassis, black currant and bergamot. Lush has made many products in this popular scent, starting with the bubble bar in 2006.
It doesnt have that odd note that is in some comforter products. No, this is just smooth berrylicous goodness.
Its made with cocoa butter and other good for your dry skin things.
It leaves a soft pink colored water. No sparkle.
I love this!
Heres a video of it melting in the hot bath water.
Dont order this during the hot months or it may arrive melted.
Careful getting out of the tub as it may be a bit more slippery
5 out of 5 rating see my 2 minute tub demo vid below.
This was made in the Calacas scent. Lime, neroli and frankincense. It smells like perfume-y, resinous limes.
I love the bright pink, orange and yellow (calacas colors) colors which combine to create a dark orange color.
It has a nice strong, true calacas scent!
He has little confetti in him that float in the water. My camera wasnt able to pick thoe up.
Heres a video of it
5 out of 5 rating see my demo video below
I bought this via lush.co.uk along with another bath oil and a shower bomb.
All of these are part of the 350 products that Lush have introduced st their New Mega store in Liverpool Spa.
Recently via the LushLabs lush have decided to sell these on their retail website to us for a limited time only. I bought two.
Here is a video of my bath with two lush products. One of them is Demon bath oil.
This bath oil was made in the Lord of Misrule scent; vanilla, patchouli, and black pepper.
5 out of 5 rating
Lush has recently ooened up their biggest store world wide in liverpool. They introduced 350 new products starting at this store. One of these was this bath bomb.
Lush decided to have them available on their lush.co.uk retail site. Thats where i bought this.
Lush made this in their ‘Vanillary’ perfume scent. Its a yummylicous blend of creamy sweet vanilla tonka bean, grounding sandalwood, and sensual jasmine floral. Just the right amount.
This bath bomb is strong wuth the vanillary scent. Smells like sweet vanilla caramel custard pudding. YUM. Yet theres a subtle sensualness to it because of the sandalwood and jasmine.
Im sorry i didnt buy two.
The green and peach colors combine to make pretty bath art.
The combination ultimately making a peridot green color.
Heres my 3 minute tub video with music for you