Not Sleepy shower bomb

I give this a 4 out of 5 rating.

This is one of the #LushLabs exclusive, limited edition shower bombs. Not to be confused with the Lush Labs new ‘Atmospheres’ shower gels

This is not to be confused with a Lush shower emotibomb, which is placed on the shower floor.

No, these shower bombs are for washing with.

I do a wet demo of it here in the 56 second video sink demo below.

Lush Labs at lush.co.uk has made four difderent kinds/scents of these new shower bombs; sleepy, not sleepy, karma, and kowataskaati.

This one, not sleepy, is for waking up. Its got lemon, lime and orange oils in it which are said to promote alertness and mental clarity.

After asking what the scent wax i was told that Its a new scent that Mark Constantine made for this shower bomb.

The product is not cocoa butter based. It feels like a bath bomb. Maybe a firmer kind of bath bomb.

This will definitely last more than one shower.

The scent isn’t weak but its not very strong eithet.

The foam feels very nice. If you have sensitive skin just get some foam on your hands first, then apply to your body.

It rinsrs off very easily.

Then just towel yourself dry and thats it.

Its not gimmick-y, this seems to actually work with just adding water.

And its totally packageless.

Scent family – 1000 Kisses

Lush 2017 1000 Kisses Deep solid perfume fragrance.

1000 Kisses Deep shower gel

1000 Kisses Deep Phyto foam

1000 Kisses Deep bathing powder

1000 Kisses Deep green origami incense with raised silver leaf ‘mindi’ dotting

1000 Kisses spray perfume atomizer

Karma dusting powder

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Ingredients: Chick Pea Flour (Cicer arietinum), Cornstarch (Zea mays), Calamine Powder, Marigold Flowers (Calendula officinalis), Magnesium Carbonate, Perfume, Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin), Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Lavendin Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Pine Oil (Pinus), Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogan flexuosus), Elemi Oil (Canarium commune),

Lush description: Karma has a way of reinventing itself and appearing in different forms whilst remaining recognizable to its followers. In this case it appears as a cloud of fine powder that settles all over your body leaving an aura of patchouli and orange oils, calming the skin with calamine.

Supernova

£2.50 Shipping Weight: 200gs

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Ammonium Laureth Sulfate, Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Cognac Oil (Vitis vinifera), Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia), *Limonene, *Linalool, Paper Confetti, Colour 45410.* Occurs naturally in essential oils.

Description: Celebrate with a champagne cocktail bath: orange & cognac essential oils and a parade of pretty paper. Drop into a warm bath for fizz and fragrance.

Review: This has the immediately familiar, Sparkling grapefruity scent. . I am one of very few, who doesn’t really love the scent. It’s a pretty bathe bomb, but that’s about it. The bath bomb is visually striking and has a techni-color quality. This is one of lush’s “slow dissolving” ballistics, which means it lasts a long time melting and fizzing in the bath, unlike Lush’s regular ballistics which fizz and dissolve in about 5 minutes. This ballistic disperse multi-colored confetti as it dissolves, in every color of the rainbow.. The confetti floats down to the bottom of the tub in look colorful and whispy. There is also has some pink melty stuff in the bomb itself which as you can see makes a beautiful pink spiral pattern as it melts. Then it started….it started spinning round, and the reason for it’s name became clear to me. It’s trails of foam and the spinning and the colors in the middle from the paper looked like a SuperNova. For those of you who don’t like cleaning bit out of the tub, this ballistic is not for you. It was worth it to me as it was so pretty I had to try it at least once.

Notes: scent is the same as Lush “Celebrate’ boy lotion and “Celebrate’ jelly.

Notes: Champagne Supernova’s name was later changed to Supernova.

Uluru shower gel

Ingredients: Fresh Lemon Infusion (Citrus limonum), Water (Aqua) ,, Sodium Alkyl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Fine Sea Salt,, Glyceryl Staerat – PEG 100, Cocamide MEA, Glycol Cetearate, Perfume, Propylene Glycol, Lauryl Betaine, Organic Macadamia Nut Oil (Macadamia ternifolia), Orange Oil (Citrus Aurantium dulcis), Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum), Rosewood Oil (Aniba rosaeodora), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum spicatum) ,, Coumarin, *Limonene, Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) ,, Colour 18050, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
* Occurs naturally in essential oil

This shower gel smells just like the bath bomb.  Orange oil, sandalwood, it’s refreshing but sexy and quieting all at the same time.  I go e this a 4.5 out of 5

Here’s an Uluru scent family portrait i took

 

Here’s a demo video i made of the shower gel

Too Drunk

The Lush Kitchen will be remaking these April 4  2016

Ingredients; Sodium Bicarbonate , Citric Acid , Dipropylene Glycol , Perfume , Peppermint Oil (Mentha piperita) , Tagetes Oil (Tagetes minuta) , Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus Aurantium dulcis) , Fennel Oil (Foeniculum vulgare) , *Citronellol , *Limonene , *Linalool , Chocolate Bean

Lush 2008 description; Too Drunk is not its full name. Its inspiration was a song by the Dead Kennedys, but specifically the version by Nouvelle Vague played and sung in a groovy 60s giggly style by the cool French group with an extraordinary collection of percussion instruments. Anyway, back to the Emotibomb. This is for the day after you got too drunk It has essential oils of peppermint, marigold, fennel and reviving sweet orange to refresh you, wake you up gently, soothe a sore head and slowly bring you back to life. Just stick one in the shower, turn on the water and stand there – or sit if you can`t manage the vertical – getting drenched until it all feels a bit better. Of course, you don`t have to have a hangover to use one. (At Lush Times Towers, we don`t bother with hangovers. Too busy.) Shower with one of these when you`re already feeling okay and wow! It really gets you grooving.

This was nice, a nice change. I love that Lush has made something for folks who don’t have tubs. Alot of devoted lushies have been waiting for something they can use in the shower. For me the Emotibomb is great for an aromatherapy shower.

How to Use Emotibombs

Just when you thought that Lush had come up with every possible variation, we managed to invent yet another fascinating way to have fun in the bathroom. Mo, who invented the Bath Bomb and the Shampoo Bar, felt rather sorry for people who were missing out on the delights of a Bath Ballistic’s fragrant fizziness. People who only have showers, for example. One of the joys of a Ballistic bath is the way that they fill the bathroom with scent and if you leave the door open they’ll fill up the whole house. The beautiful, natural perfumes which are released when the water hits the bomb, change your mood as you inhale them so Mo decided that shower owners really ought to experience the same delights.
Bring on the Emotibomb.

Here’s what you do. Put it on the floor of your shower and as the warm water hits your Emotibomb, it fizzes up into the atmosphere, surrounding you in a cloud of fragrant steam. Everyone’s first question has been this, “But doesn’t it just go straight down the plughole?” Of course it does go down the plughole eventually, but doesn’t everything in life? While you’re in the shower, it lasts long enough to transform your daily cleaning into a magical mist. Just like our Bath Ballistics, you’ve got to choose the right one for the right occasion. We’re starting with four Emotibombs, one to wake you up, one to get you ready to sleep, one hangover cure and one that is called Sex in the Shower. You can guess what that one’s. Probably. Whether you take showers because you prefer them, you live in a drought zone or you’re permanently in a hurry, we reckon you are going to love the way that Emotibombs make them ever so much more exciting. Grab some, this up nice and fresh and tell us what you think.