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30 September 2014

Miranda Soap



I love it when a product surpasses all of my expectations and becomes one of my favourite all-time Lush items. Especially when the product was one that I'd pretty much written off as being average before I had even tried it. 

This was my initial feelings towards Miranda soap; a product that to me wasn't particularly appealing to look at and didn't harvest a strong enough scent to grab my attention in the shop. However, some six months after it had been abandoned in my soap drawer, this product made a reappearance...and completely blew me out of the water.

I can hear your collective sighs now. Jen, why don't you ever learn? Why are you always so pessimistic towards your favourite cosmetics company in the world? etc.etc.etc. The truth is that, for every product that captivates my love, there's another twenty that just about hold my interest for a few minutes, and with such a large collection to get through, there are bound to be those items that slip through the net, only to reappear and slap you in the face.

Old Formula
To look at, Miranda is nothing special. In fact, I'd go as far as to say that it's pretty out-right boring and incredibly old-fashioned to look at. It's quite a light green colour and when cut, has multi-coloured fruit pieces scattered throughout the middle. Unfortunately, my piece has either lost those colours due to it's age, or just never had any to begin with, which is perhaps why I wasn't initially intrigued to try it out when it arrived. 

Named after Carmen Miranda, a famous 70's singer who was known for her headdress made of fruit, the soap boasts a list of fresh ingredients, all of which add to it's wonderful aroma and moisturising properties. The key ingredient here is Kiwi Fruit, which gives this soap a wonderful fresh and fruity but slightly subtle fragrance. To mask the Kiwi's sourness, Lush have also added ylang ylang, juniperberry and bergamot oil, all of which accentuates the soap's fruitiness, whilst adding a wonderful creamy and slightly spicy aroma to the overall smell. 

Although it's not listed as so, I think this soap smells almost identical to that of Lush's limited edition Christmas soap, Angel's Delight. Miranda has more of a natural smell and slightly less of a sherberty after scent to it, but there's not much difference here at all.

Not only is the smell terrific, but it also happens to work marvellously in the shower. It lathers up rather easily, producing a foam that's slightly oily in consistency. This lather contains astringent properties which calm sensitive skin and helps to soften and moisturise your body. After you've rubbed this soap all over your body, you can really feel how gentle your skin becomes; it's almost instant. Packed full of kiwis, it's the vitamin K here that helps to cleanse and revive your skin, while the addition of kiwi seeds give this soap a slightly coarse texture. This latter feature makes Miranda a light exfoliant without being too grainy or harsh on the skin.

The main reason why I love this product is that possesses such a beautiful, uplifting scent that lingers on your skin and around the bathroom long after you've left the shower. As it lathers up so easily, you don't have to keep rubbing it between your hands which I find can often suck the moisture out of your hands and leave them feeling dry and taut.
The only negative aspect about this soap is that I found it shrinks far more noticeably than other Lush soaps. I'm always careful to store my solid products out of reach of the damp, and despite all of these precautions in place, I still found that a 100g block of Miranda will only last me between 1-2 weeks, using it twice daily. 

Lush describe Miranda as a 'fresh fruit salad of a soap' and I'd definitely agree with this statement. It soothes and tones my skin, and sets me up wonderfully for the day ahead. I hope this remains a permanent product for a long time to come.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Chloride , Water (Aqua), Propylene Glycol, Rapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil (Brassica napus; Cocos nucifera), Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Stearate, Fragrance, Fresh Kiwi Fruit (Actinidia chinensis), Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Myrrh Resinoid (Commiphora myrrha), Juniperberry Oil (Juniperus communis), Bergamot Oil (Citrus Aurantium bergamia), Glycerine, Sodium Chloride, Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), Titanium Dioxide, EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Limonene, Linalool, D&C Red No. 33, FD&C Red No. 4, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Yellow No. 5.

Vegan?: Yes.

2014 Price: £3.40 for 100g. 
2015 Price: £3.40 for 100g.

29 September 2014

17 Cherry Tree Lane Soap


For those of you who have watched Mary Poppins (and let's face it, who hasn't?), you'll recognise that the name of this soap is reference to the address where George Banks and his children live, when the much-loved nanny turns up and unleashes her magic on the family. 

Unfortunately, first impressions of 17 Cherry Tree Lane don't conjure up the same magical experience that the film has to offer. In simplest terms - it just looks like soap. Boring, white, cheap-looking soap, which you'd expect from the local supermarket, but not from a company who specialise in extravagant and unique toiletries. Although there is glitter in the ingredients list, I didn't find any on my slice, so I presume that it's a very small amount anyway.

Sharing it's scent with Rub Rub Rub and the various Sakura-scented products, this soap focuses on the scent of Japanese blossoms - a gentle but fresh combination of citrus and floral - a great soap for the summer months. With lemon oil to tone and cleanse the skin and jasmine absolute, which not only gives the soap a rich, floral scent but also counteracts stress and depression, Lush have definitely thought about the make-up of this product. In addition,  orange blossom brings a beautiful uplifting fragrance to the table, and works with the jasmine to give the consumer a far more relaxing experience. 

Cherry Tree features quite a lot of ingredients - a lot more than most other Lush soaps. This is rather surprising, given it's the most basic-looking soap, and it was a little off-putting to think that I was applying so many ingredients to my skin at once, especially when my skin is used to a more natural routine.

Surprisingly, despite representing a soap you would expect to see in a public toilet, it lathers up really well in the shower and the beautiful scent comes through a lot more with the hot water. I found that I didn't have to massage the bar very much to product enough lather to clean my whole body, so a 100g block of this lasted me a lot longer than other Lush soaps. Furthermore, the scent lingered on my skin for a few hours after I had exited the shower, which was just enough to allow me to enjoy it's smell throughout the morning at work.

Unfortunately, the biggest let down for me was the fact that this soap wasn't very moisturising. Two years ago, I would have stated that most soaps don't tend to soften or rejuvenate my skin very effectively. However, since discovering the likes of Sandstone, Porridge and Miranda, all of which have worked wonders on my body, I've realised that some can work brilliantly in not only cleaning and softening, but improving the condition of my skin as well. 

Although I recognise the fragrance link with Rub Rub Rub and Sakura, I felt that this was more fruit-orientated and not as crisp as these other products are. I can see how fans of these Lush goodies will probably love this soap, as it's not a bad scent at all. However, as my skin didn't react well to this soap in the shower, and I can think of far better smelling products available from Lush, this is not one I'd consider re-buying anytime soon. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Propylene Glycol, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Perfume, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Titanium Dioxide, Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum), Mimosa Absolute (Mimosa tenuiflora), Orange Blossom Absolute (Citrus dulcis), Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale), Sugar Cube (Saccharum officinarum), Cocoa Powder (Theobroma cacao), Sodium Chloride, Glycerine, EDTA, Tetrasodium Editronate, Golden Glitter (Polyethylene terephthalate and FD&C Yellow No.5), FD&C Red No. 4, D&C Red No. 33.

Vegan?: Yes.

2016 Price: £4.50 for 100g.

Scent Family:
17 Cherry Tree Lane Soap
Mother Superior Bubble bar
Rub Rub Rub Salt Scrub
Rub Rub Rub Solid Scrub
Sakura Bath Bomb
Sakura Perfume
Seanik Solid Shampoo

28 September 2014

Tiptoe Through The Tulips Soap

As I've said in previous reviews, my excitement doesn't exactly go through the roof when Lush announce new and old floral products. While I can appreciate the beauty of different flowers and plants, and there's definitely something magical about the way Lush craft such natural scents from so few ingredients, I am much more of a citrus person. 

Yet my expectations of Tiptoe Through The Tulips Soap was a little higher than I would normally expect from a product of it's nature. The description of the soap doesn't boast one, two or even three, but four different floral additions - roses, violets, geraniums and lavender. All four of these flowers have unique and rather potent fragrances, so I was rather intrigued to see whether or not they would compliment or compete with each other.

My interest in the product increased ten-fold when my 100g chunk arrived and I immediately noticed the stunning green colour that it's presented in. It's easily the most beautiful soap I have ever seen from Lush - with or without the inclusion of the flower decorations on top of the soap, the colour is enough to sell it to me by itself. 

This particular batch of soap features a combination of rose flower and kaffir lime leaves for decoration, which is different from the original bar, as this boasted a combination of liquorice sticks, beech leaves and sprigs of lavender. While it doesn't make all that much of a difference to the way the soap works, I do prefer the updated design as I feel it makes the soap slightly more refreshing and sweeter on the palette. 

As you can see from the pictures, these decorations protrude from the top of the piece as well as sit underneath the surface. What I like about the design of Tiptoe Through The Tulips is that Lush have not overdone it with the amount of excess - there's enough decoration to add that special touch without making the soap annoying to use. 

So what makes this soap different from other floral offerings from Lush? Firstly, while I would use all of the typical adjectives to describe this soap - fresh, feminine and very natural smelling, it doesn't smell like any of the other floral smells that the company have brought out. Simply put; this one smells like you've been rolling around in a freshly cut garden.
It doesn't have any of the powdery, dried-smelling floral properties that you would expect from something that features both rose and lavender. Instead what you experience, is a soap that showcases all four of the key floral fragrances whilst remaining gentle and naturally sweet - this is not a potent, grandmotherly sort of floral aroma. It smells like you've just walked into a florist and experiencing the freshly arranged flowers in all of their glory. The inclusion of lime just helps to add a subtle but equally important sweet and uplifting element to the soap, without masking the beauty of the individual floral notes. You can smell the rose, the lavender, the geranium and the violet, but to me there is not a dominating ingredient - all four of the flowers work in perfect harmony with each other. 

What I really appreciated about this soap is that it's very generous in the shower. The product is easy to lather up under running water and produces a thick and creamy foam that spreads over your body with ease. The scent of Tiptoe Through The Tulips doesn't weaken at all when being used and leaves you feeling clean, soft and well-pampered. While it's not as moisturising as Lush's shower gels, it's definitely one of the more 'wetter' soaps I have tried from Lush recently. The soap boasts a long staying power as well so this will stay with you for many hours after you've left the shower.

One downside about it being so generous with it's lather is that this soap tends to shrink very quickly. I cut my 100g block in half (to make it easier to use) and found that it had shrunk considerably in the first week of use, so much so that I can imagine this soap wouldn't last much more than a few weeks if you're using it once or twice every day.  
Despite this, it is a lovely soap and boasts a very unique floral fragrance for anyone who appreciates weird and wonderful flowery smells. While I'd say this is more of a feminine scent, I wouldn't say it is solely a female smell. There's something very green about the aroma that makes it quite universally appealing. This would work really well as a body lotion and would make a great alternative to Potion or Dream Cream, for those who want something slightly gentler than the former but something not solely rose-based like the latter. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Rapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil (Brassicanapus Cocosnucifera), Water (Aqua), Sweet Violet Leaf Infusion (Violaodorata), Sodium Stearate, Perfume, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Rose Otto Absolute (Rosacentifolia), Geranium Oil (Pelargoniumgraveolens),  Lavender Oil (Lavandula angustifolia), Glycerine, Sodium Chloride, EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidrorate, Sodium Hydroxide, Geraniol, Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, Limonene, Linalool, Lilial, Gardenia Jasminoides), Colour 61585, Kaffir Lime Leaves (Citrushystrix), Fresh Rose Flower (Rosa damascena).

Vegan?: Yes.

2017 Price: £4.50 for 100g.
 


27 September 2014

Party Popper Ballistic

 

For some reason, Christmas 2012 was a party year for Lush. Not only did they treat us to the rather interesting Crackersnap Ballistic, but they also spoilt us with this unique and rather beautiful Party Popper, both bath bombs in aid of 'having a good time'. 

To look at, you wouldn't automatically assume that it was a Christmas product, as there's nothing about it's demeanour that demonstrates this. Instead, I would say it would probably work better as a New Year 's Eve bath bomb. Either way, I remember getting rather excited over this when it was first revealed, and I bought a number of them on the theory that they'd smell as good as they looked. 

Containing bergamot, tangerine and rose oils, this is a product designed to uplift and revive your senses before a night out. The ballistic was designed to help you get ready for a party, and these ingredients help to do just that. There's rapeseed and coconut oils which moisturise and soften your skin, while popping candy adds a bit of a party atmosphere to get the ball rolling. Furthermore, there's both tangerine oil and honeydew melon, both of which add a fruity fragrance to the mix. 

The best thing about Party Popper is it's scent; a fruity, fizzy bergamot and tangerine, which reminded me of cocktails and champagne. There was an almost sharp tang to the fragrance which gave it an air of sophistication whilst still containing the playfulness of the citrus fruits underneath. Finally, there's a subtle warmth of the melon, which compliments the other scents and adds to it's overall fruity smell. 
Despite it's vivid design, once this ballistic had fizzed away and dissolved, what was left was simply a bath of bright pink water with different coloured confetti floating on the surface. What is interesting is that, when I researched this ballistic, I discovered that the confetti is made from honeydew melon and soap, which meant that it dissolved slowly and didn't leave any annoying clumps of debris around the plughole. It also meant that I could scoop clumps of the confetti into my hands and use it as soap to clean my skin. 

Party Popper really did soften the water and leave my skin feeling beautiful, which wasn't something I'd normally expect with a bath bomb. Although it's unique scent stayed with me throughout my entire bath, it didn't seem to linger on my skin. Whilst normally this would have annoyed me a little, I realised that it meant I could apply my own perfume without worrying about it clashing with this smell. So for that reason, I actually welcomed the lack of scent for once.
Ultimately, I would love this bath bomb to come back. It's design was unique and interesting, it's scent was wonderful and different to most other bath bombs that Lush release, and it left my skin feeling soft and refreshed. Furthermore, I loved the confetti decorations but also loved that they were biodegradable so left nothing to clean up afterwards.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Popping Candy, Honeydew Melon, Perfume, Bergamot Oil, Tangerine Oil, Rose Oil, Rapeseed Oil and Coconut Oil, Water, Glycerine, Sodium Chloride, EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Sodium Hydroxide, Citral, Limonene, Linalool, Colour 45410, Colour 17200, Colour 14700, Colour 42090.

Vegan?: Yes.






25 September 2014

Amandopondo Bubble Bar



In all honesty, I cannot justify why I've waited so long to try out this bubble bar. Given that it's been voted amongst Lush fans as one of the greatest, and most popular bathing products to come from Lush, it should have been at the top of my list. Unfortunately, due to it's rather boring appearance, it's somehow managed to burrow itself underneath my other more colourful bubble bars, and so has been hidden from me for a long time.

Amandopondo Bubble Bar epitomises the very essence of what a bubble bar should be; it's a beautifully scented, highly moisturising, seriously sexy and wonderfully soft product that'll guarantee to hit the spot every time.

You only have to be in the presence of one of these to know what I mean. Scented with rose absolute and lemon and sweet orange oils, this bubble bar gives off a sophisticated and rather feminine fragrance. The rose is definitely the dominating smell, however the citrus oils help to give it a slight zesty scent that compliments the floral elements without masking it's natural scent.

Although the key scent here is rose, it's a different kind to what is featured in Rose Jam Bubbleroon, Tisty Tosty Ballistic and Rose Queen Bath Bomb. It's definitely a candied smelling rose, so resides more on the side of the bubbleroon. Although it's still a very natural scent as the citrus oils add the sweetness without making it at all synthetic-smelling. 

As you can see in my video, I like to hold my bubble bars underneath the running water and let it work it's magic. I find that this is more effective than crumbling them in the water, although there are others that would say the opposite. What I do know is that you definitely don't have to use the whole bubble bar in one go - half is more than suffice to create a beautiful bubble-filled tub to indulge yourself in. 

What I found with Amandopondo, is that it's very soft to touch so will crumble very easily, and you don't have to wait long before the bath begins to fill up with beautiful bubbles. I'll probably go as far as to say that this bubble bar produces some of the greatest bubbles I have ever seen. They are extremely light and fluffy, with an almost velvety consistency, and to the naked eye, don't necessarily look any different from other bubbles. 

However, once you're in the tub, you'll realise that these bubbles are super cleansing and highly moisturising - your skin feels instantly refreshed, clean and beautiful. I would even suggest that you could use these bubbles to clean yourself as opposed to your regular shower gel - they're that good! For those of you who have dry skin, this is the perfect remedy for damaged and irritated pores. 

The beautiful rose smell, intertwined with the uplifting aroma of the different oils, makes for a refreshingly stunning bubble bar. What's even better, is that the beautiful smell lingers on your skin for hours, and the skin stays soothed and moisturised all day long. Amandopondo made me feel like a queen after being submerged in it's water and I've already purchased a few more as I love it so much. 

This is definitely one of my favourite bubble bars from Lush, and indeed one of my favourite products ever. Until recently, this bubble bar had been collecting dust in my drawer, due to it's slightly boring demeanour. However, since I've finally discovered and fallen in love with it, it's now become a regular purchase in my household, and one I'll turn to whenever I need something of royalty in the bath. 
Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar (Potassium bitartrate), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Fragrance, Pink Rosebud (Rosa centifolia), Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum), Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis), Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena), Citral, Geraniol, Citronellol, Limonene, Linalool.

Vegan?: Yes.

2015 Price: £2.75 each.
2017 Price: £3.25 each.

Scent Family:
Amandopondo Bubble Bar
Amandopondo Perfume
Amandopondo Soap
Ring of Roses Buttercream
Ring Of Roses Soap 
Rose Bubble Bar (Mother's Day 2014)



24 September 2014

Tuca Tuca Liquid Perfume


Tuca Tuca was one of the many perfumes that I brought on a whim one day, having spent a good couple of hours browsing on the Lush site, unable to make up my mind over what I wanted to order. It was during a time when the winter was closing in very quickly, and my body ached for something warming and soothing; this perfume seemed to fit my mood at the time, and I invested in a large bottle of it to keep me company.

Initially, I wasn't bowled over by the scent that greeted me inside the bottle. Lush describe it as 'whimsical; it teases with a fantasy violet accord and works its way into your subconscious. As it settles, you get hints of jasmine and vanilla, too'. 

This didn't sound anything like the fragrance that hit my senses upon removing the lid. To me, the smell I picked up was one not unlike the earthy scent of Tramp Shower Gel; a gentle woodiness with a slight hint of powdery vanilla sweetness. I wasn't particularly impressed. However, once I began using the perfume regularly, as with most Lush perfumes, the scent revealed a new side to it when applied to my skin. 

Made from a combination of cassie, vanilla, sandalwood, vetivert, violet leaf and ylang ylang, Tuca Tuca is a sensual, sweet and flirty fragrance dominated by vanilla and violet elements. At the forefront of it's scent, is the powdery and slightly earthy violet notes, which come from the addition of cassie absolute. Intertwined with this is the beautiful, delicate and warm vanilla and ylang ylang undertones, both of which help to pad-out the overall scent without making it too overpowering. The sandalwood and vetivert notes sit nicely at the bottom of the scent, giving the fragrance it's overall rich and floral tendencies. 

Tuca Tuca really smells like the parma violet sweets I used to eat as a child, although I'd be selling the fragrance short if I said this was all the perfume smelt like; it's definitely far more sophisticated than this. The scent is not only strong but also incredibly long lasting. On the occasions I have worn this, I have noted smelling it on my skin some 8 hours after initial application, which means it has one of the longest staying powders for Lush perfumes.

Although I wouldn't say this is one of my favourite Lush perfumes, it's one that I'd recommend to people who like the smell of violets or more unique floral fragrances. This definitely makes an interesting change from all of the rose-dominating perfumes from Lush, of which there are many. This is a fun, sexy and long lasting perfume that I'll buy again when I used up my current bottle.

Quantative Ingredients: DRF Alcohol, Perfume, Methyl Ionone, Cassie Absolute, Vanilla Absolute, Sandalwood Oil, Vetivert Oil, Violet Leaf Absolute, Ylang Ylang Oil, Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol, Geraniol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Cinnamate, Farnesol, Limonene, Linalool.

Vegan?: Yes.

Scent Family:
Tuca Tuca Candle
Tuca Tuca Liquid Perfume
Tuca Tuca Massage Bar
Tuca Tuca Solid Perfume

23 September 2014

Lush Bath Bomb


You know you have something special when Lush chose to bring out a bath bomb named after the very company itself. There are only a few products that have been given this privilege, so when this first made an appearance over a decade ago, there was quite a bit of excitement surrounding its release. Some 13 years later, this enthusiasm was still very much at the forefront when a large box arrived at my house, with a handful of these beauties inside to enjoy.

Lush Bath Bomb grabs your attention immediately - a gorgeous spherical yellow and green ballistic that represents the colours of the company's logo. For that special touch, Lush have also included a ribbon; threaded throughout the bath bomb and trailing down the side to reveal their official kitchen logo.

Sharing it's scent with one of Lush's most famous and popular fragrance families, Karma, this bath ballistic is the perfect bathing companion. Lush Bath Bomb contains orange, patchouli, lemongrass and lavender, all of which merge together to form a beautiful, multi-layered and rather sophisticated scent. There are elements of citrus thanks to the inclusion of sweet orange oil, with a sweet, grassy element of the lemongrass to compliment this. To round it off, Lush have also included patchouli and pine oil - two ingredients that add both a rich, decadent spicy aroma and a slightly mellower woody layer as well. 

As I have said time and time again, in all of my reviews of Karma-scented products; it's unlike any other fragrance I have ever experienced; it's unique and simply wonderful, and I encourage anyone who has not tried something in this scent yet, to do so as soon as they possibly can. 

Just like the recently released Karma Sutra Bath Bomb, this one is very in-keeping with the perfume as opposed to the bubble bar or body lotion. The patchouli is definitely at the forefront here and offers a strong, spicy and slightly woody smell; the orange sits alongside this, giving off a fresh, zesty but equally sherbety scent. Behind these two smells is an offering of pine and lemongrass, which work in perfect harmony with the patchouli to offer consumers a natural experience. Whereas the lotion and bubble bar are slightly sweeter and remind me of old fashioned cola bottles, the aroma is definitely more mature and more patchouli-orientated here. 

What makes this bath bomb stand above the aforementioned, is that this one offers a much better experience in the bath. When this beauty hits the water, it immediately begins to fizz and spew streams of bright yellow colour across the surface of the water. It doesn't take long for the entire bath to be filled with a gorgeously uplifting and rather vibrant lime-green colour. 

The fragrance of the Lush Bath Bomb is very strong and is perfect for all Karma-lovers who cannot get enough of the fragrance. It didn't lose any of it's scent when it was dissolving in the bath and remained with me throughout my entire soak. More impressive was the fact that the wonderful aroma stayed with me for a long time after the water had been drained. It lingered on the skin and hair for hours after I had exited the bath and only required a single top up of perfume to see me through the entire day. 

While it wasn't as moisturising as it could have been, there was a faint shimmer on the surface which was from the essential oils present in the bath bomb. I did find that the water was a little softer than usual but I wouldn't say it was as silky soft as one of Lush's bubble bars. However, my skin did feel very clean, refreshed and soft when I exited the bath. 

There is a reason that Lush Bath Bomb proved so popular when it came out in the Lush Kitchen, and why I prefer it above its Karma Sultra sibling. Firstly, it's incredibly revitalising and refreshing - one that really perks you up whilst being equally comforting. Secondly, it produces a very attractive and inviting bath which even my flatmates were jealously commenting on when I used one of these for the first time. Finally, it offers Karma obsessives like myself, a wonderful chance to enjoy our favourite scent in yet another perfect format. This should definitely become a permanent member of the family as I can see it being a big seller.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin), Sweet Orange Oil (Citrussinensis), Lavendin Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Pine Oil (Pinus), Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogan flexuosus), Elemi Oil (Canarium commune), Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), Colour 42050.

Vegan?: Yes.

2015 Price: £3.95 each.
2016 Price: £3.95 each.

Scent Family:
Karma Ballistic
Karma Bath Melt
Karma Bubble Bar
Karma Dusting Powder
Karma Komba Solid Shampoo Bar
Karma Kream
Karma Liquid Perfume
Karma Revamped Bubble Bar
Karma Shower Gel
Karma Shower Jelly
Karma Soap
Karma Solid Perfume
Karma Sutra Bath Bomb
Lush Bath Bomb






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