2 to 3 out of 5 rating
See my Demo and Review Video below
2 to 3 out of 5 rating
See my Demo and Review Video below
3.5 out of 5 rating. See my demo and review video below.
This has its own new scent which is made with almond essential oil, ylang ylang flower oil, orange oil, clove bud oil, and mashed banana. Along with shea butter and other skin moisturizing goodies to add the proper amount of slip for a massage.
I am living for the various fruit shaped products that Lush have been making and selling exclusively since Sept 2018
The Big Banana has a nice smell. It doesnt smell like banana runts candy. Its a light, more natural banana scent.
The consistency is oily.
Its not like sympathy for the skin in scent which is more earthy imo.
here is my video i recorded for you which helps explain the scent and shows the consistency.
5 out of 5 rating
See my 5 minute demo video below
£19.95 520g (converted to $26.01)
this is a lighter purple, creamier version of previous years ‘Twilight’ shower gel.
Sleepy gel has added oat milk which helps to make it a more opaque appearance.
There is no sparkle in this shower gel.
it smells exactly like the Twilight i know and love. it has the same lavender oil, ylang ylang and tonka base.
Again this year lush has made a naked or solid containerless version of Sleepy shower gel.
i enjoy the different look to this shower gel.
oat milk helps soothe itchy raw or sore skin.
Sleep, drift to sleep,
Sweet tonka counts the sheep,
Lavender shakes the dreamland tree,
And from it fall sweet dreams for thee.
After a long day, relax into a soothing, softening wash of oat milk and carrageenan extract. If sleep eludes you, the sheep keep escaping or sweet dreams are feeling distant, shower with calming lavender flower infusion and lavender oil to ensure you sleep tight. Ylang ylang oil washes away worries and allows you to sink into bedtime, or start your day, with serenity.
Here is a short video i recorded close up sink demo of sleepy shower gel.
I have two Eyeball bath bombs. see my recorded tub demo below
One i got from a Lush store. And one i got from Lush Uk mail order site lush.co.uk
Ive had the one i got from a Lush store in the uk on Sept 22 for two weeks. To me it didnt smell that exciting. In fact, it almost smelled sort of blah with maybe some lavender.
However, im SO glad i decided to order another one from mail order. Because THAT one was an entirely different story scent-wise.
Oh my GOD the gorgeousness of this pretty and yummy scent….this smells so familiar.
I looked it up on thesite to see look at the ingredients. As i read the ingredients on the site it dawned on me….this Eyeball bath bomb has the Lush SOFTY bath bomb scent!!!! YES. Thank you so much Lush.
The irony of this gorey eyeball having the pretty ‘Softy’ scent is wonderful. Lush also made a bubnle bar one Christmas called Hedgehog, with that same softy scent.
This scent is made with orange oil, lavender, ylang ylang and rose. Basically everything that is good-put together in one bomb.
Its both ‘pretty’ and ‘yummy’. I can smell the ylang ylang and the rose primarily, which is a GORGEOUS combination in itself. But then comes the wafting of the orange oil note to give it that ‘Lushious, sweet, fruit’ note. Then, comes the bright herbal pop of lavender to lift the whole combination up.
Heavenly. One must absolutely have a fresh one from mail order, otherwise youre in danger of getting a blah one, or God forbid, the even more rare one that smells like furniture cleaner, which i have had in the past as well.
A good, very fresh one is a 5 out of 5 rating.
An older one thats been sitting in the store for some days can be a 2 out of 5.
I pray you get a great one folks, its heavenly.
Here is a tub demo video i recorded for you.
These products below were made in the same blend.
See my demo video of this in the tub below.
Also see “Leap Frog” bath bomb, same bomb, different names.This was first made for Valentine’s in the 2009-2011 time frame. I absolutely love everything about this bath bomb. It’s super cute, and the smell is great, and the water is a nice color when he fizzes away. The scent stays on my skin longer than most bath bomb scent. It’s a floral. It’s a multiple floral. Good Lush floral blends are fewer then the fruity or candy scents from Lush, and this is a nice floral.
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Cocoa Butter, Almond Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Rose Absolute , Ylang Ylang Oil.
Lush Times: Another magical creation by Michelle, Frog Prince is an extremely handsome and regal frog with a pair of vibrantly red and kissable lips. Give him a quick peck, drop him in the tub and wait for your prince to come. Simon’s new fragrance is an aphrodisiac blend with sweet undertones; he used jasmine, neroli and rosewood to create a sensual fragrance for those longing for their prince – or princess – to come. It’s not all about the fragrance with this one, it’s also brimming with cocoa butter and almond oil for a luxuriously moisturising soak.
Here’s a demo video of it
See my demo video (below) of this in the tub 🙂
Description: Inhale is a light and fruity fragrance with with neroli, rose, vetivert and ylang ylang, Exhale has a more intense woody and smoky aroma with sandalwood, cedarwood, amber, and a hint of grapefruit. Drop your bath bomb into the warm water to enjoy the effect of one, then the other, and finally both fragrances together as they waft through the steam to create the exquisite, perfectly balanced Breath of God.
This is truly one of my favorite bath bombs.
Ingredients: citric acid, Neroli oil, Ylang Ylang oil, Black pepper oil, Sandalwood oil, Vetivert, Cedarwood oil, Lemon oil, Grapefruit oil, Cade oil, Cream of tartar, Cornflour, sodium laureth sulfate, lauryl betaine, Coumarin, hydroxyxitronellal, methyl Ionene, *limonene, *linalool, Perfume, colour 17200, colour 42090, colour 45410, colour 16255, Paper Slip.
Lush Times: This is a bath bomb of two halves; created with the two halves of our Breath of God fragrance, Inhale and Exhale. Each half will fizz at different speeds. The Inhale half fizzes quickly, allowing you to breathe in the neroli and rose oils, breathe in and relax. You can then lie back and enjoy the grounding effect of Exhale, which fizzes more slowly to allow the opportunity for a long-lasting, indulgent bath.
Here’s a demo video i made of this bath bomb in the tub