These new body sprays come to Lush USA December 17 2020.
Sparkly Pumpkin is one of five body sprays that won the voting process from ten fragrances that we voted on. I didn’t vote for this one 🙂 That said i do like the products that it’s named after. I just wanted to vote for others more.
The bubble bar that this fragrance is made from is more like fruit punch than the body spray. To me the Pumpkin Spice body spray seems fruity but with a slight floral/flowery, spicy note. It’s nice, just not as fruit punch like as the Sparkly pumpkin bubble bar and the Mr. Punch soap.
lush description of the bubble bar:
At the end of a long day, pop this Sparkly Pumpkin into the bath. As you crumble its golden shimmeryness under running water, you’ll feel instantly re-energized. An uplifting blend of juniperberry, grapefruit and lime oils will fill the room with an enticing, cocktail-like punch. And as you sink deep under the glittering gold water, you won’t be able to keep from smiling – probably because this little pumpkin is made to make every day bright.
It must be the juniper berry oil. Juniper Berry is famously known as the berry from which the alcoholic spirit Gin is obtained.
Unlike some perfumes or body sprays sparkly pumpkin’s fragrance stays pretty much the same when it dries down as when it’s first sprayed. It’s got a decent amount of throw also., even after having dried a bit.
I like this Sparkly pumpkin body spray. I would rate this a 4 out of 5. It smells more like a grown up version of fruit punch 😉
Here’s a video i made reviewing, demoing and describing each of the five exclusive body sprays, including sparkly pumpkin.
In 2013 Lush made “Soot Ball” bath bomb, “Pumkin” bubble bar, and “Lord of Misrule” bath bomb (for the first time). The following are some photos and videos I took of my soot ball and Lord of Misrule bath bomb.
Here’s the Cobweb bath bomb which was made during this Halloween
Ghost Shower gel
Here’s a video i made with all the “Ghost” scented products that Lush has made throughout the years.
Calacas means “Skull” in Spanish. My family celebrates this day.
I gathered all the Calacas scented Lush products (except Enchanter) from my Lush museum and took this photo.
Here’s Day of the Dead perfume.
Here’s a picture i took of Lush “Calacas” jelly. When you take it out of the container and plopped it out on a dish or counter top it has a skull shape and facial details. Awesome.
This is what the Calacas skull jelly looks like still in the container while i shine some light in it. I liked the spooky effect it gave the jelly.
Lush Halloween online party, including the Lush “Magic” bath bomb, which is on my ‘top three Lush bath bombs of all time’ list.
Here’s a photo of Magic in my lush wiki
Here’s a Lush forum member only ‘Magic” jelly made for one day only for us forum members on the lush UK forum
Lady Catrina soap
Here’s a video of my Lush UK Halloween 2014 order
Here’s the “Something Wicked This Way Comes’ bath melt from 2005. That year they made them special for UK forum members in a dark pink shimmery color in addition tot he regular ones. I think both are gorgeous! Jasmine and Ginger.
Demon in the Dark
Here’s a video i made showing all the past Halloween products that i’ve collected through the years.
Lush Description: At the end of a long day, pop this Sparkly Pumpkin into the bath. As you crumble its golden shimmeryness under running water, you’ll feel instantly re-energized. An uplifting blend of juniperberry, grapefruit and lime oils will fill the room with an enticing, cocktail-like punch. And as you sink deep under the glittering gold water, you won’t be able to keep from smiling – probably because this little pumpkin is made to make every day bright.
This has the scent of the “Lush” soap called “Mr Punch”. It has a fruit punch smell, and i LOVE it.
Here’s Mr Punch soap
Here’s a video i made of the Sparkly pumpkin in the bath.