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.

Northern Lights

5 out of 5 rating for the 2015 version.  
3.5 for the 2016 version.

See my demo videos of both versions below.

Northern Lights was made with the Lush Christmas Eve  bubble bar scent and the “Santa’ FUN bar.

 

Lush Description:  Escape into relaxation with this bath bomb that gives an impressive display no matter where you are in the world. As the ends fizz away, the middle slowly dissolves to reveal blue and neon green, turning your water into a calming jasmine and ylang ylang-scented swirling night sky scattered with stars.

Review:  WOW a blue, pink, and yellow explosion of color, just like the real Northern Lights, coupled with that lovely floral fragrance of their Christmas Eve bubble bar.  Ylang ylang and jasmine. Makes the water purple.  This is the most incredible show in the water than any other lush bath bomb i can think of.

Here’s a demo of the 2016 version in the tub

Here’s a short demo video of this 2015 version close up in the tub, WOW

Ingredients:

Here’s a scent family portrait i made of all the Lush Cosmetics products with the same scent, per Lush.