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!
Keep an eye on this blog. I will be updating a lot! 🙂
Currently (April 2016) Lush International Kitchen (UK) Kitchen has two sites dedicated to the lush Kitchen information; their Lush Kitchen Facebook site, where they post the upcoming week’s menu on Friday morning. And their regular website where the products are actually purchased.
They make and sell products Monday through Friday. Starting on Monday, the products are purchased, starting at 7am-8am each day on the lush website, which has a tab for “Kitchen’.
They only make small batches of exclusive products, a couple hundred. So if the item is a popular one, there will be more than a couple hundred people buying them. So they can go FAST. When i order from the Lush Kitchen, i’m on the site the second it goes up on the website.
I’m working on adding all my hundreds of photos and videos that i’ve taken of each Lush Kitchen product, including demo/review videos that i’ve made of each and every Lush Kitchen product.
To see them, see the list below (adding more over the next few dayas) and click on the product name that you’d like to see a demo/short review of. The link will take you to that particular product’s page in my blog directly so you can watch the video demo that i made.
Here is a list of all of the Lush products that the Lush UK Kitchen has made, since inception, by week. The most current being on the top. I’ve used every single one of these products and have reviewed them, and made demo and review videos of each one here on my blog.
Anyone, including Lushies from the U.S. can order from the Lush UK Kitchen.
The lush Kitchen weekly menus are located here on the Lush Kitchen Facebook site, https://www.facebook.com/LushKitchen/ every Friday the lush Kitchen posts what products they are making each week. It’s also a way to vote for what Lush products you would like to see them make.
If you click on the date/links you will be taken to that weeks’ menu of individual products, and photos and my reviews and demo videos of each.
Also, at the bottom of the page will a long list of ALL the individual Lush products that the lush Kitchen have made, by name with links to my photos and demo videos of them.