Heres a video i made about it
Heres a video i made about it
5 out of 5 rating. See my 4 minute Tub Demo with relaxing music below.
This solid bath oil”‘cream” is one of many new bath oils (and 300+ other products) from Lush exclusive to the new biggest Lush store in the world at the Liverpool spa.
Lush Uk decided to sell it on their retail website for sny of us who wanted to buy one. I bought two.
Apparently its sold out on the site now. Im hoping they release it for Halloween 2019.
Its made with Almond essential oil and ylang ylang, and is said to smell cherryish. Indeed it foes dmell cherryish. Originslly i thought this might be American Cream scented, but it isn’t. I noticed there is ylang ylang in here, which American Cream does not have. And the strawberry, lavender and sage which are in American Cream, are not in ‘cream. So i asked Lush and verified that this is a similar but a different scent.
I didnt realize it would make purple water!
Thefe is also a silver sparkle in the wster too.
I would recommend this. The color is nice and the scent is nice.
Heres my tub demo video
4 out of 5 rating
I am very excited that Lush included Guardian of the Forest in their newest ‘we’re making shower gels of your favorite bath bombs just because’.
As i state in my video i think of GOTF as a new classic Lush green scent. Its both deep green but also bright with cypress.
Its a translucent gel. I was somewhat disppointed that it doesnt have glitter since the bath bomb has emerald green glitter but its not a huge deal because im just glad to have a nice green smelling shower gel to enjoy!
It smells like I’m in a forest or a fairy glade only not quite as woody as the bath bomb.
Rosewood, oakmoss, cypress, and lime.
The gel is nice and thick and it lathers up nicely on my skin.
Its such a soothing, grounding scent.
“The forest is alive. Can you hear the trees whispering the secrets of the earth to you? They beckon you onward. Feel the carpet of cool, thick moss beneath your bare feet as citrus sunlight breaks through the trees ahead, gilding the world in dappled gold and green. Follow the footsteps of a mysterious creature and emerge into a clearing, a trickling waterfall in a glade of rosewood and cypress – the heart of the forest. Let the ethereal tranquility surround you as you step beneath the water, earthy oakmoss and cleansing lime washing away any trace of the world beyond. It’s just you and the trees.”
I made a video too.
Karma shower bomb
Koyaanistqatsi shower bomb
Sleepy soap (Twilight) (i’ll reviewing mine next!)
Poppy soap (comforter scent)
Michelle Ma Belle soap (yog nog scent)
Good Day Sunshine soap (brightside scent)
Comforter shower bomb
Coco Loco solid shower oil (Big Calm & Yellow Submarine scent)
Argan Dragon solid shower oil (candy fluff/snow fairy scent)
Miniminasoma solid shower oil (Avocado wash scent)
Ultraplant facial cleanser
5 out of 5 rating
Lush has recently ooened up their biggest store world wide in liverpool. They introduced 350 new products starting at this store. One of these was this bath bomb.
Lush decided to have them available on their lush.co.uk retail site. Thats where i bought this.
Lush made this in their ‘Vanillary’ perfume scent. Its a yummylicous blend of creamy sweet vanilla tonka bean, grounding sandalwood, and sensual jasmine floral. Just the right amount.
This bath bomb is strong wuth the vanillary scent. Smells like sweet vanilla caramel custard pudding. YUM. Yet theres a subtle sensualness to it because of the sandalwood and jasmine.
Im sorry i didnt buy two.
The green and peach colors combine to make pretty bath art.
The combination ultimately making a peridot green color.
Heres my 3 minute tub video with music for you
4 or 5 out of 5 rating. See my 3 minute close up sink demo of how it works, and i describe what scent family it’s scent is in the video below.
I love it. I wish it were a wee bit more moisturizing. But its near perfrct, im just being nitpicky lol. I love this product. I think evetyone should try it.
So here are three more lush scents that i recorded reviews on.
I hope it helps 🙂