Happy soap

 

Ingredients: Sweet Orange Oil , Tangerine Oil ,   Propylene Glycol, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Stearate, Perfume, Glycerine, Sodium Chloride, EDTA, Tetrasodium Editronate, *Limonene, Hydroxycitronellol, FD&C Yellow No. 5, Gardenia Extract , D&C Red No. 27, D&C Red No. 33, FD&C Red No. 4, FD&C Blue No. 1,

Review: Happy soap is a lovely yellow and green soap with happy faces on the top of the big slab. It’s a medium-strong orangey scent. Orange and tangerine being very uplifting.

Notes: This goes well with the following orangey lush products: “Happy pill” ballistic, and Karma scented item, “You’ve Been Mangoed” bath melt, “The Olive Branch” shower gel, “Each Peach” massage bar, and Therapy massage bar.

Lush Times 2006 description: Happy Soap is a translucent orange soap decorated with smileys. Happy soap is toning for your skin and cheering for your mind. When your happy friends are around let them use it too. The world can do with a good dose of happiness.

Babyface

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Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Fresh Avocado Butter, Tangerine Oil, Narcissus Absolute, Everlasting Flower Absolute, Perfume.

Lush directions on How To Use: “Dampen face with warm water, rub bar between palms, smooth over face, then remove it using warm water on a face cloth, or cotton balls or pads”

Babyface has a really nice smell of orange kind of like a creamsicle, or Lush Ceridwen’s Cauldron.  Babyface  works well to take off makeup. Just swipe on your hands and then rub on your face. I don’t like to wipe the bar on my face but some folks like to rub Babyface directly on the face, either way is fine. Then just  wash off with a warm wash face cloth. Skin feels soft, smooth and moisturized.

Lush 2001 description: The Baby Face bar is another of our solid cleansers which we developed in order to avoid using preservatives on the skin. It melts on the skin so you can softly smooth it all over the places which need cleansing (it’s an excellent make-up remover) then to take it off use warm water on 100% cotton wool or a face cloth and you will be astonished at both how lovely and soft your face feels and how clean the Baby Face gets it. Each smiling bar has four different natural plant butters in it to remove dirt and put back moisture. Its lovely scent comes from toning tangerine oil, narcissus (which we use to make so you beautiful you’ll want to look at your reflection all the time) and everlasting flower (to give you everlasting beauty).

Size: Baby Face – 1.2 oz. $7.95

NOTE: This product may melt and is NOT guaranteed to arrive solid during the summer months!

 

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Heñata

Four out of 5 stars.  See my video of it in the tub below, it’s so cute.

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Pink Soap Paper, Sicilian Mandarin Oil, Tangerine Oil, Bergamot Oil, Cornflowers, Marigold Petals, Red Rose Petals, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Gardenia Extract, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Benzyl Alcohol, Butylphenyl, Methylpropional, *Limonene, *Linalool, Colour 19140:1, Colour 15510, Green Glitter

Review:  I love this bath bomb.  It’s so cute, and it smells very orange-y, yummy with orange, tangerine and bergamot.

Lush Times: Smash your Henata against the side of your bath for an explosion of wonderful surprises – a mini ballistic egg, petals, a blooming big bunch of soap paper flowers and a shower of green glitter. Along with her cargo of goodies, she carries a lovely fragrance full of sunny citrus oils like Sicilian mandarin, tangerine and bergamot. Use one first thing in the morning to put a Spring in your step.

 

Here’s a video i made of the Henata bath bomb in the tub.

 

Jingle Spells

See my video of this below

Review: A Christmas ballistic that I’ve been hooked on since I first tried it in late 2001. A slight Licorice scent to me, because of the fennel I guess, and that’s what makes it a different scent.  It has a lovely fruity note to it as well (the tangerine). It smells enchanting to me.   It turns the water purple and has silver and black foil stars inside for added effect. Lush claims that the herbs and plants in Jingle Spells helps when you over imbibe with drink during the holidays.

It smells magical yet feminine because of the ylang ylang.   I think I’ve had about 25-50 in total throughout the years.

Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, twinkling stars

Lush products that share this scent are;

Jingle Jelly

Magic of Christmas Fun bar

Red Rice soap

Wizard bubble bar

Lush Times 2002 Yuletide description: Jingle Spells was last year’s Christmas ballistic bestseller, so we decided to leave it just exactly the way it was; why mess with success? It still has little stars in it and it still smells of juniperberry (the ones they make gin from) and revitalising tangerine with fennel, which smells a bit like aniseed, but not too strongly, plus beautiful floral ylang ylang blossom. Jingle Spells is a magically refreshing, detoxing bath; we recommend it as a Christmas hangover cure (but with out po-faced caps on we’d also like to recommend that you don’t drink too much as it’s very bad for your skin).

Notes: See Jingle Spells (star-shaped)

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Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, colours 61585 & 18050, twinkling stars

Description: This is the Star-Shaped Jingle Spells that was in the Lush Christmas 2006 gift called “Wishing on a Star”. Same great fruity, fennel Jingle Spells scent. Still helps in time of too much partying.

 

 

Review: A Christmas ballistic that I’ve been hooked on since I first tried it in late 2001. A slight Licorice scent to me (because of the fennel I guess), a lovely fruity scent (the tangerine), and a Juniper/Gin (some Gins are made with juniper berries). That’s what I smell when I sniff this enchanting ballistic. The smell lasts once the the water too. It turns the water purple and has silver and black foil stars inside for added effect. Lush claims that the herbs and plants in Jingle Spells helps when you over imbibe with drink during the holidays. I love having one with an Icon bbs and it’s absolutely decadent and wonderful. It smells magical yet feminine because of the ylang ylang, but there’s not alot of ylang ylang in here which is good in my opinion. I truly Love this ballistic. If you like a light sort of licorice smell you’ll probably like this. I think I’ve had about 60-75 in total throughout the years.

Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, perfume, juniperberry oil, tangerine oil, fennel oil, ylang ylang oil, colours 61585 & 18050, twinkling stars

Lush Times 2002 Yuletide description: Jingle Spells was last year’s Christmas ballistic bestseller, so we decided to leave it just exactly the way it was; why mess with success? It still has little stars in it and it still smells of juniperberry (the ones they make gin from) and revitalising tangerine with fennel, which smells a bit like aniseed, but not too strongly, plus beautiful floral ylang ylang blossom. Jingle Spells is a magically refreshing, detoxing bath; we recommend it as a Christmas hangover cure (but with out po-faced caps on we’d also like to recommend that you don’t drink too much as it’s very bad for your skin).

Notes: See Jingle Spells (star-shaped)

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Wizard

Lush Description: Cast a Jingle Spell over weariness with this shimmering bubble bar that makes bath time magic. With energising tangerine oil and purifying juniperberry and fennel essential oils, the Wizard banishes stress and helps you recover. Perfect for those occasions when you’ve over-indulged, the Wizard will disappear after Halloween, so grab enough to see you through the party season.

Review:  I’m not surprised that i love this bubble bar.  It’s purple, sparkly, and smells like my beloved Jingle Spells ballistic. He’s so cute, i love his silver eyes and the star on his Wizard hat. The scent is a slightly spicy fruity scent.   A perfect fit for a Halloween. I bought fifteen of these.

Here’s a video i made of Wizard in the tub.

List of ingredients

Natural Ingredients

Safe Synthetics

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

None of these ingredients have been tested on animals, nor did we buy any from anyone that tested anything else on animals.

 

Potion

Scent family includes Santa Monica bath bomb, Ruby Red Slippers bubble bar, Potion perfume Holiday bubble bar, and “Oops Almond Kisses’ moisturizer.

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Lush Times 2005 description: Potion smells of roses and tangerines but mostly of carnations. We’ve been asked to bottle the scent and sell it as a perfume but until that happens, the best way to smell of Potion is to smooth this wonderful lotion all over your body. This has the added advantage of moisturizing your skin with a light touch of almond oil and cocoa butter, softening it with rose petal infusion and toning it with fresh tangerine. Take it on holiday as an after sun too.

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Review: Potion is lighter and the carnations smell kind of spicy like cloves and then there’s the addition of the tangerine and is one of the sexiest summer scents. I advise you to find some. Carnation is great.

Ingredients: Rose Petal Infusion (Rosa centifolia), Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Glycerine, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine, Fresh Tangerines (Citrus reticulata), Rose Absolute (Rosa centifolia), Carnation Absolute (Dianthus carophyllus), Tangerine Oil (Citrus reticulata), Cetearyl Alcohol, Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

 

 

 

Honey Lumps

See the video i made of Honey Lumps below.

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate , Citric Acid , Honey (Mel) , Tangerine Oil (Citrus reticulata) , Myrrh Resinoid (Commiphora myrrha) , Benzoin Resinoid (Styrax benzoin) , *Limonene , Perfume * Occurs naturally in essential oils.

Review: Honey Lumps is lovely. It is quite similar to the “Honey Comfort” ballistic. If you liked B Never shower gel or the Honey Waffle soap, then you’ll probably like Honey Lumps as well, it has the same scent. Maybe a bit more orange citrus in it but very close. It’s honeyish and sweet.

I like this just as much as the current Honey Bee ballistic that Lush makes but The two are different, Honey Bee and Honey Lumps don’t smell the same. Honey Lumps ballistics has more of a true honey smell. I miss the scent of my lovely B Never gel, and this is the next best thing.

One tip; make sure the bath water isn’t tepid, make sure it’s nice and warm/hot because you want the honey gobs to melt in the bath water. Yummy….

Video of Honey Lumps