Lush ‘The Sicilian’ bath bomb. Made in the early 2000’s. Discontinued about four years later.
this is one of five products here that are up for the vote for the August 2021 Lush subscription box.
This bath bomb was always a staple for me, and probably becuase my favorite smell is the smell of fresh peeled oranges.
Its a fast fizzing bomb not a slow melting creamy one. no bath art. no glitter.
This is made with four different orange ingredients: Mandarin, Orange, Neroli, and Tangerine. It also has marigold flower petals mixed in and an orange slice.
The reference comes from the book/movie ‘The Godfather’ which is about a mafia boss from Sicily (and one of my favorite movies). In it the director has something about oranges in every killing scene. 😊
Lusg made asoap called Sunny Citrus which is in the same scent.
Lush 2005 Description: Why Sicilian? Well, we named it thus because of the organic Sicilian oranges we slice up and put inside each one and because its sunny colour and refreshing citrus scent remind us of the fruit trees in Sicily’s fertile valleys. We pack it with refreshing, uplifting orange, tangerine and mandarin oils to make us feel almost as good as if we were tootling around on a Vespa with the warm wind messing up our hairdo.
LT 2004: The Sicilian is a bath for brightening up dull days;even sunny days can appear dull when there’s nothing exciting to look forward to. If you know your’re going to spend all day in meetings, or in a room with no daylight or haivng tea with yoru dullest relative thake a Sicilian bath first. The reviving essential oils, made from Sicilian oranges, mandarins, tangerines and orange flowers will cheer you up so much you might actually find you enjoy yourself! Share citrus Sicilians with your co-workers and relatives and all your days will be summer.
This is a beautiful, limited edition bath bomb from Lush Oxford Street in the UK. It shares it’s scent with the Easter time Lush soap of the same name. I love it, it’s an innocent floral with a tad of a citrus note. Rose oil, neroli oil and orange oil.
This is a slow fizzing bath bomb, which i love, and which gives it the time it needs to unfurl the gorgeous rainbow of colors in the tub.
The scent is medium strong, no complaints there. It stays on the skin a decent amount of time.
It’s not a gender-neutral scent, meaning it’s highly floral, but in a soft, pretty way.
Here are some photos I took, along with a demo and review video below.
Lush Description: Make a dash for this moving Santa bath bomb with a cheerful and uplifting scent of satsumas at Christmas. Watch Santa fly about your bath as his golden boots fizz away, releasing toning mandarin oil, bergamot oil and orange flower absolute that help put a spring in your step, too.
Here’s a video i made of the Dashing Santa in the tub
Lush Times: Take a cheery bath with Papa Noel. Once you pop this sparkling, red, glittery Santa bomb in your tub, it will turn your water from bright red to vivid green, filling your bathroom with a sensual, uplifting satsuma fragrance you may remember from Christmasses past (Satsumo Santa, anyone?). All we want for Christmas is this orangey baby!
This is a fun bath bomb. It darts all around the tub and spews color and glitter all the around the tub. He has a cute little face too.This friendly face is full of sweet-smelling goodness with a fragrance of vanilla and candy floss. Drop this festive Bath Bomb in your tub for a fun, lighthearted soak.