This icy mint & bright lavender bubble bar was sold as a Limited edition Christmas bubble bar 2002.
Lush Times 2003 description: You really have to go to a Lush shop to see this: it’s an amazing 20kg sculpture of Bubble Bar Slice, homage to the Ice Hotel in Sweden. Each slice — shame to cut it up but we have to — smells deliciously of mint and lavender for a sensationally stimulatling bubble bath. If you go to a shop you can buy a whole Ice Hotel ‘room’ to decorate and perfume your bathroom.
It was remade for forum members one time only as a special one large piece. The three pieces in my photos are ones i got from that big Christmas display piece.
It was remade again for the Lush Kitchen subscription box in 2014.
Lush got the idea for this bubble bar from the Hotel of the same name located in Quebec Canada. There is also an Ice Hotel in Sweden. It’s an actual building, a ethereally beautiful one, made of ice.
The Lush Ice Hotel bubble bar is a perfect marriage of lavender and mint. It’s smells refreshing and calming. It doesn’t get much better.
3 different pieces.
Ice Hotel 2006
its up for the vote for the June 2023 lush kitchen subscription box. the one that the Lush 2023 sub box will be making is a window piece.
Lush introduced this bath bomb around 2008 or 2009. That’s when i had my first Twilight bomb. The name comes from the time there was a very popular new movie called ‘Twilight’.
When Lush first made their Twilight bath bomb it was very popular with Lushies, and its maintained the same popularity ever since.
Not only does it look like the night sky (twilight) with stars and moons on the outside of the bomb, it also makes two different colors in the tub as it dissolves; pink and blue, but it also has a beautiful silver shimmer in the water. The blue and pink eventually mix in the water to become a lavender color.
Then there is the scent. Its a genius mix of bright herbal fragrance of lavender which promotes relaxation and sleep but there is also Tonka bean which smells similar to vanilla bean but tonka is more of a caramely scent. Then lastly there is the lovely floral notefrom the ylang ylang flower. The twilight fragrance is only subtley sweet and comforting.
Its such a gorgeous scent that Lush has used in many other products that i’ll list below which they have made. I also show these products in my scent family photos below.
Lush Times: Everyone seems to be in love with twilight at the moment. Whether it’s the film series or that enchanting period betwixt day and night, we can’t work it out. If you’re stressed out and feeling like a member of the un-dead, this relaxing ballistic will stake all of your troubles and scatter them to the winds with scents of lavender and Ovaltine.
I’ve tried two other exclusive Lush body milks and have recorded up close demos of the body milks below, so you can see how these body milks are.
When i buy my Christmas products and they’re delivered- i’ll write my reviews, post my tub bath water photos and video demo here for you. 😊
I’ve bought and used the exclusive Lush Yog Nog body lotion (in my group photo below) and it was too much for me. Too greasy. So i was wary about this yog nog body milk. But this sinks in so much better. And it leaves you feel moisturized but not greasy. And it smells delicious!
I took a photo of all the Lush Yog Nog products made throughout the years. If you’ve had one of these you know how this body milk will smell like.
heres a video of me showing up close a couple of Lush body milks.
Made with a derivative of the Plum Rain shower gel scent, which is called Berry Berry Christmas, so that makes this shower oil and the shower gel scent twins. If you liked Berry Berry Christmas then you’ll like this. It’s fruity and more citrussy than berry like.
This shower oil is orange with some gold shimmer on the surface of the bar.
See my video of six of these new shower oils below
here’s a photo I took below
Bottom photo is mine.
Top Photo courtesy of @lushwiccymagic on Instagram.
See my Tub Demo Video of my Pooh Stix bath bomb below.
This bomb doesn’t color the water. It’s an old school classic lush bomb from 1998. It has stick pieces of cinnamon in the bath bomb. They are supposed to represent a game of throwing six into the river on a bridge in the book Winnie the Pooh’.
This is a fast fizzer in the tub. It fizzes away quickly. It smells spicy and licorice-y. I like black licorice and i love cinnamon. I’ve used this to perfume the bathroom or my bedroom. It smells yummy.
Spring 1999 UK Lush Times:Those who have read A.A. Milne’s books will know the game, Pooh sticks, invented by the bear of the same name. Each player drops a stick into a stream from one side of the bridge then runs to the other side to see whose stick comes out first. Lush’s Pooh Stix Ballistics contain liquorice root and cinnamon sticks so you and your friends can play your own version in the bath! It is a beige Ballistic, with a lovely scent of heady labdanum, made with aloe vera to nourish the skin.
Spring 2000 UK Lush Times:
Referring, of course, to Winnie the Pooh. When you’ve been out tramping through the Wild Wood, up hill and down dale, exploring, looking for heffalumps or just at work, here’s an easy way to play a version of that famous game at home. Drop a Pooh Stix in your bath, let it dissolve and it will release cinnamon and liquorice sticklets into your bath. All you have to do is whizz your hand under the surface of the water to make the sticklets rush about in exciting ways and form new equally exciting patterns on the water. Hurrah! As an added bonus there’s Aloe Vera — just great for the skin — rosewood, which is said to be balancing and warming, patchouli to banish lethargy, and heady, spicy pimentoberry that warms the emotions and is said to be an aphrodisiac. So during and/or after your bath you can rush about in exciting ways with a close friend just like the sticklets.