Boom! toothy tabs

$5.95  See my demo and review video below.

 

Lush description:  Life is unpredictable, but with gunpowder tea and charcoal you can be sure of explosive freshness. Nibble one between your teeth for a blast of sea salt, aniseed and black pepper with the taste of spicy cola.

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Strawberry Bombshell Lip Tint

£5.95 I made a swatch after someone asked me to, to help give a good idea of how it might look.

This one has real strawberries in it, as well as ylang ylang, melon, and spearmint. It tastes good.

 
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Oral Pleasure – Tantric Toothy Tabs

See my video demo below.
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Ingredients: Kaolin, sodium bicarb, moringa powder, lycopodium powder, benzoin resin, geranium oil, bay oil, bergamot.

Lush description: Oral Pleasure- They’ll blow you away.
Passionfruit and electric daisies make this just the job for mouthwatering brushing.

I like these ‘Oral Pleasure’ tooth tablets. So far there hasn’t been any new toothy tabs that I don’t like. Oral Pleasure has a good taste, though there are some folks who prefer other of the new toothy tabs. I think it taste like sweet tarts candy. I think all of the new toothy tabs do. And the tingling feeling, it’s mild but it is noticeable. Odd feeling, good taste, if that makes sense.

 

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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.

Frozen

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.

 

 

Bling! toothy tabs

See my video demo below
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Orange and Frankincense

I like the taste of these particular toothy tabs called ‘Bling!’  It’s nice and orange, like a real orange.  Even though there is gold powder on these it doesn’t get your mouth filled with gold dust glitter.  In face when you rinse your mouth after brushing, it’s all gone, just the taste remains. 🙂  These are my favorite tasting of the new shimmery toothy tabs.

Click here to watch a demo of these Bling toothy tabs.

 

See the other new Lush toothy tabs Toothy Fairy, Oral Pleasure, and Limelight.

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Intergalactic

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 🙂

Yoga Bomb

see my tub demo video below 😊

This is quite lovely in the tub, having many colors like a rainbow, ultimately turning the bath a golden hue.

Lush catalog description:  Take it Slow.Find sanctuary in slow, unfurling layers of deeply relaxing olibanum and ho wood.cassie absolute, olibanum, ho wood oil, sandalwood, shimmer lustre.

3.75 gap / $5.65

Here’s a video i made of the Yoga Bomb in the tub

I love the meditative scent, the rainbow of colors and the golden shimmer in the water. I would buy more than one of these, so i would rate this bath bomb a 5 out of 5 rating.


Yuzu and Cocoa


The yuzu is a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia. It is believed to be a hybrid of sour mandarin and Ichang papeda. WikipediaFotolia_49130893_Subscription_Monthly_XXLThis opaque yellow shower cream has the same beautiful, lightly fruity/powdery cocoa fragrance as in their in store ‘Yuzu and Cocoa’ bubble bar (it looks like a macaron), which is the same color as the fruit itself as you can see in the photo above.

I LOVE this fragrance. As I understand it, Lush doesn’t actually use the fruit yuzu in here.  Instead they use a combination of fruits to attain a Yuzu similarity.   Regardless of whether there is yuzu fruit in this or not, I love the scent.  The cocoa in this is like a light whiff of cocoa. It’s as if i’m smelling a container of powdered cocoa, mixed with the fruity yuzu. It’s wonderful.  This and Lord of Misrule are my top fave shower gels/creams from Lush Oxford Street.

In my shower gel rotation it’s yuzu and cocoa that remains a constant presence in my shower, never leaving while I rotate two others, so that I always have three shower gels in my shower. I rotate shower gels often as I have a ridiculous amount of shower gels.

Here’s a video i made showing this shower cream in more detail.

 

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Lava Lamp

4 out of 5 rating

See my video demo of this close up in the tub below.

Oh man, this smells SO good.  Triple orange, Lush says.  Fresh, but slightly sweet. If i were a fair skinned person i would be prepared for some discoloration, from the purple olive oil discs.  But the little blue cocoa butter buttons are moisturizing enough to not have to scrub too hard to get it off.

Lush description:  Groovy baby!  Bobbing orbs and a triple whammy of orange takes your senses back in time.

Orange flower absolute, tangerine oil, mandarin orange oil, fair trade cocoa butter.

 

 

Here’s a video i made of the Lava Lamp in the tub, it’s quite cool looking.

 

 

 

Washaccino Showder

5 out of 5 rating. See my demo and review video below.

I absolutely LOVE this showder (shower powder) the foaming feels decadent, the smell is yummy!

I loved all the showers but the washaccino (cappuccino) and the lemon were my favorite.

This was exclusive to the Oxford Street superstore in London for about a year.

Here’s a video i made of the Washaccino Showder up close and i wash my hands with it so you can see how it looks.

Below is a photo i took of four of the five Lush showders. They’re all the same consistency and work the same EXCEPT the Life’s a Beach.