Lord of Misrule shower cream

5 out of 5 rating

See my up close (to show the glitter) sink demo video of it below

One of the new lush shower gels  whcih have come here to North America today September 18, 2015.  These 3  shower gels including Lord of Misrule, Don’t Rain on my Parade, and Beautiful,  debuted at lush new “Superstore” on Oxford Street in London.

This is the new Lush Lord of Misrule shower cream that debuted at their new “Superstore’ on Oxford Street in London.

This shower cream is a more moisturizing, creamy shower gel, in the popular Lord of Misrule fragrance.  Black pepper, vanilla and patchouli.  This is a nice way of having the LOM scent.  There are also two more Oxford street new products having this same scent (see Aliens and Monsters fun bar), LOM find the gap bar,  and Rough With the Smooth bar, as well as the Lord of Misrule bath bomb, and the LOM perfume.   Just for fun I made a photo of all these together (below).

It’s called a shower cream instead of a shower gel because it has extra moisturizing properties such as wheatgerm oil, etc.

I love this.  I’ve even washed my hair with this.  Because the scent stays a good long time on my skin or hair.

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Here’s a video i made of this up close

Here’s a picture of the Lord of Misrule display at lush Oxford Street.  They have fout sizes at that location.

Lord of Misrule bath bomb

Check out my video below of this crazy bath bomb in the bathwater.  This is the product that started the whole “Lord of Misrule” craze. It’s hard to describe this one.  I can smell the black pepper and then a yummy creamy vanilla note, like the Lord of Misrule himself, full of discord and disorderly conduct. At once lushious and treacherous.  It’s so so different, and it’s addictive.

 

Lush has also made a Lord of Misrule shower cream, a couple of a Fun multi-purpose bar, a square “Rough With the Smooth” cocoa butter body scrub, and a Lord of Misrule perfume.

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Popping Candy, Cream of Tartar, Black Pepper Oil, Patchouli Oil, Fair Trade Vanilla Absolute, Lauryl Betaine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Gardenia Extract, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 17200, Colour 42090, Colour 19140

Description: This bath bomb, named after the ruler of the Pagan Feast of Fools, has a strange and magnificent fragrance created by Gorilla Perfumer Simon Constantine. This bomb will slowly dissolve to reveal a wine coloured centre, with the added sweetness of the world’s first fair trade vanilla absolute, perfectly balanced by the earthy scents of black pepper and patchouli oil.

The design of this bomb is inspired by the paper hats you find inside Christmas crackers, which were originally based on the crown the Lord of Misrule would wear whilst he presided over the court. Arriving at Halloween, the Lord of Misrule will be gracing us with his presence until the first signs of spring. Here’s a photo of it, and See Video below



Here’s a video i made of it in the tub, it’s cool.