30 October 2018

Candy Cane Reusable Bubble Bar

There was a time back when I first began getting into Lush that I would occasionally use a product wrong, such as throwing a bubble bar into the water, expecting it to fizz and dissolve. However, with years of experience behind me, most people would probably assume that I'm now able to use a Lush product correctly, right? You've all assumed wrong.

Overwhelmed with the amount of new products I needed to use and review,; the thousands of baths and showers I needed to fit in around my full time job; the number of times I needed to wash or style my hair with the zillions of new hair products being released every second, I decided to take a moment to myself and enjoy another bath - in the hope that I could relax my mind before my fingers continued to type away for hours on end.

My choice of bathing companion was the beautiful Candy Cane Reusable Bubble Bar - a brand new addition to this year's Christmas range. Having sealed the plug and turned the tap on full, I began to attempt to crumble the bubble bar under the water, only to find that it was the stubbornest bubble bar I had ever attempted to use. It was only later, when doing a little research, that I first discovered that it was a reusable bubble bar and not just a regular one: a fact I would have known a long time ago if I hadn't been snowed under by the numerous Lush releases that had come about in short succession. Needless to say, I was a little embarrassed, although being by myself meant that nobody would have known about this error had it not been for me writing about it now. Oh.

While a little on the small side, Candy Cane is a gorgeous addition to this year's seasonal range, and one I'm surprised hasn't made an appearance before. Perfectly designed as a stocking filler, this non-edible reusable bubble bar will see you through a good 3-4 baths, and is perfect for anybody wanting something sweet without overindulging. Furthermore, you could even pierce a hole in the top of this and use it as a Christmas tree decoration, to add a little extra fragrance to your living room.

Containing bergamot and lemon oil, the scent of this is rather familiar, although Lush claim that this is a brand new fragrance. While the smell is not as strong as most of the Christmas bath bombs, you can definitely appreciate the gentle fruitiness of both ingredients, and this scent intensifies just slightly when in the water.

My only main concern with this bubble bar is that most consumers would no doubt expect this to be peppermint-scented, and there was a small part of me that was rather surprised when I found out that it was not. As Lush do very few mint orientated products when compared to their extensive list of citrusy smells, I would have thought this would have been an obvious choice for the company.

Putting that thought aside, I found that the scent of this, while slightly more intense after being used, was still rather minimal when in the tub, and I felt as if it needed to be paired with something else if you were looking for a wholesome experience. Having said that, I found that most of Lush's reusable bubble bars suffer the same fate. 

While not overly generous with the amount of bubbles it creates, it's easy to multiply them by simply swishing your hand around in the water. I found that the bubbles were wonderfully light and gentle, yet there was something slightly silky about them as well. Coupled with the velvety water that Candy Cane created, and my skin felt really moisturised and soft after I had left the bath tub.

Overall, the bubble bar performed exactly as I expected it would before I had used it for myself: nothing more, nothing less. The design is incredibly gorgeous, and there's a part of me that feels as if this would guide the sales of this limited edition more than the fragrance or the productivity in the end. Despite this not being a personal favourite, I do think that I would invest in a couple more for friends and family - previous point well and truly proven. I would love to see a peppermint Candy Cane bath bomb, bubble bar or FUN bar featured in next year's collection, and I'm interested to know why Lush opted for this fruity fragrance instead.  

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Carbonate, Cream of Tartar, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Glycerine, Lauryl Betaine, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Bergamot Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, *Limonene, Colour 14700.

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £3.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

29 October 2018

The North Polar Bear Left The Tap On Soap

Perhaps the strangest name for a Lush soap yet, The North Polar Bear Left The Tap On is a brand new exclusive for the Christmas 2018 collection, and comes in two different colour variations to choose from. While tempted to grab one of each, because they’re both equally stunning, I opted for the green, yellow and blue design.

Influenced by the Northern Lights phenomenon, this limited edition is simply stunning to look at, and is perhaps the biggest and most heaviest soap of the season. If you’re looking for a soap that will last you a good couple of months in the shower, and even longer as a hand soap, this would be the number one choice in my opinion.

Back in 2012, the company brought out a soap called Northern Lights, which although happened to be one of my least favourite soaps in terms of fragrance, was one of the most stunning looking creations that Lush have ever conjured up for a Christmas range. The North Polar Bear Left The Tap On is definitely an improvement when compared to this aforementioned retro seasonal product: the shape, colour and scent of the soap is definitely far more appealing in my eyes. 

What is great about this soap is that it’s designed to be an individual piece, so when you order online or buy in store, you can rely on the fact that you’re get a 'complete’ slab. This makes it a great option for stocking fillers or general gifts, as each piece showcases both the full array of colours and the complete pattern etched across the front.

Scent-wise, this seasonal soap offers the same delicate aroma as the Sex Bomb Bath Bomb: a gentle combination of jasmine, clary sage and musk. While it’s not a smell that I dislike, it’s certainly not one that has ever inspired much of a reaction from me to be fair. In fact, for that that very reason, I believe that this soap works much better as a hand soap than one for the whole body. The scent isn’t strong enough to make much of an impression in the shower, or indeed on your skin afterwards, so it doesn’t offer an experience as memorable or as intense as a Lush shower gel or cream.

Light notes of both the jasmine and the ylang ylang create a pretty floral layer in the composition of The North Polar Bear, while the musk adds a delicate sweetness alongside this. Together, you get a light but rather warm floral aroma, with a sweet layer of musk that compliments the jasmine and adds a little playfulness to the fragrance as well. There is something rather delicate about the smell of this soap that makes it very non offensive, but at the same time probably wouldn’t incite any strong reactions from people either.

I'll be honest and say that lathering up in the shower did prove a little more effort than I would have liked. The size of the soap, as well as its shape, does make it a little difficult to massage across the body as easily as a 100g cubed piece of soap would. However, this could be easily rectified by cutting the soap in half to begin with. 

In regards to the lather it creates, it's quite a stubborn piece to begin with and tends to produce a much better lather when used in the bath. However, after massaging it between the palms of my hands, I found that The North Polar Bear Left The Tap On does create a very thick and wholesome lather, that coats and softens the skin.

As far as soaps go, I don't find that any of them are as moisturising as a shower gel or cream would be. However, this seasonal special does leave your skin smooth and soft, and I felt as if it added a little suppleness to my hands and feet as well. If you're a fan of soaps, you'll probably appreciate this one, as it's great value for money and will last you an awfully long time - without the piece going soft or decorating the bath with sticky lines of colour after each use. 

As a hand soap, this would look wonderful in your soap dish, and certainly inspire a few conversations between your guests during Christmas. As a companion for the shower, this limited edition will clean your skin nicely but you will need to use a body conditioner or lotion afterwards, to replenish a little of the lost moisture.

Quantitative Ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Lingonberry infusion, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Water (Aqua), Organic Rice Milk, Organic Castor Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Perfume, Jasmine Absolute, Clary Sage Oil, Ylang Ylang Oil, Glycerine, Gardenia Extract, Cornflour, Citric Acid, Titanium Dioxide, Synthetic Musk, Sodium Bicarbonate, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, *Limonene, *Linalool, May contain:, Colour 14700, Colour 42090:2, Colour 45350, Colour 42090, Colour 17200.

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £5.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

28 October 2018

Cheery Christmas Bath Bomb

Whenever Lush release a new pink bath product, especially during the Christmas season, I always assume that it will have been gifted with the Snow Fairy fragrance. Imagine my surprise then when I sniffed this for the first time and discovered that it offered a scent both beautiful and far more delicious than I could have hoped for.

Cheery Christmas is a brand new addition to the 2018 seasonal range: a pink hexagonal prism-shaped bath bomb with a white snowflake carved into the top side. It’s a gorgeous design and makes a welcome change from the usual spherical specimens that most of Lush’s bath bombs come as. 

Although Lush have claimed that this fragrance is brand new, there are definitely close similarities between this and the scent of both Angels’ Delight Soap and Tennis Ball Bath Bomb. While I wouldn’t say they’re identical, I could easily be fooled into thinking that they were the same if the company stated that they were so.

Both lemon and buchu oils are featured in the ingredients list, but neither offer many clues as to the smell that greets you from the get-go. To my nose, this bath bomb smells like it features a little tangerine, orange and blackcurrant as well, as it offers a very warm and thick fruity aroma. As others have stated, there is something slightly Berry-esque about the smell of this as well, which only serves to offer you a cocktail of different fruity notes to indulge in. It’s a very bright and wholesome fruity smell, and easily one of the better scents of its type to come out in recent years.

In the bath, Cheery Christmas is a slow and very quiet fizzer - sending out gentle waves of fluffy pink foam as it settles on the surface of the water. Over time, the blue centre begins to bubble out of the top and merge with the pink to turn the water a translucent purple colour. 

Unfortunately, I found that this bath bomb didn’t really hold much presence in the water. Firstly, the colour of the water wasn’t as wholesome as you would expect from most of the bath bombs that Lush bring out. The shade of purple was rather weak in comparison to the recent Perle De Del Bath Bomb that I had, so I felt like I needed to add another product in as well to deepen the colour.

Secondly, the scent itself wasn’t as pronounced as I was hoping it would be. The gorgeous notes of black current, orange and lemon dispersed fairly quickly after Cheery Christmas was placed into the water. This meant that any other cosmetics I used in the tub completely overpowered the little thread of smell that had been left behind, and there definitely wasn’t any trace of the smell on my skin afterwards.

On the positive side, this bath bomb proved to be pretty moisturising: the silky water transforming my dry skin and leaving it feeling super soft and smooth. After using one of these, I didn’t feel the need to use any lotion, and my skin felt silky smooth throughout the day, which was much appreciated.

Overall, the design and the fragrance is beautiful, and makes a great alternative to the usual sweet and fruity smells that are normally associated with Lush’s Christmas range. However, I would have liked to have seen something that projected a little more scent into the water. This fragrance would definitely be suited to other formats as well, and I hope that Lush develop a body lotion or a fragrance to match this scent.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Buchu Oil, Cream of Tartar, Water (Aqua), Titanium Dioxide, Cornstarch, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Dipropylene Glycol, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, *Citral, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410, Colour 42090:2, Colour 42090, Colour 77491, Colour 15850:1, Colour 45410:1.

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £3.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

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27 October 2018

Tea Totaller Naked Facial Cleanser

At the risk of repeating myself, the few weeks I spent in Africa were tough on my skin. While I didn't go over there thinking about how the climate change would affect my face, it only took me a couple of days to realise that I had made the right choice bringing over an army of facial products to review. The dry heat, intense sun and dusty atmosphere meant that my pores were battling by the minute to retain their moisture, and I won't begin to describe just how much grime I removed from my face on an almost hourly basis.

Tea Totaller Naked Facial Cleanser was an absolute godsend during my time over there, not only because it was super compact and could be taken anywhere during the daytimes, but because the ingredients used to make it were just what my face needed, and continues to need even to this very day.

Firstly, this naked facial cleanser contains castor oil, which is the perfect ingredient if you're looking to add some much needed moisture to your face. Working with the skin's natural oil production, castor oil ensures that there's enough present to keep your skin supple, radiant and smooth, whilst removing an excess oils if the skin is too greasy or oily to begin with. This is not an ingredient that will try to mask the oils already there, so you don't have to worry about using this if you normally have a fairly oily complexion.

The inclusion of the tea tree, clary sage and rosemary oils not only gives this limited edition a clean and slightly herbal aroma, but also offers antibacterial properties that will help to cleanse your pores thoroughly and leave your complexion clear and smooth. There is something rather clinical yet natural about the scent of this naked cleanser, so when you wipe it away with warm water, it leaves your skin feeling much the same as a toner tab would.

What I will say about Tea Totaller is that this is perhaps one of the heavier naked facial cleansers from Lush. While it won't leave your skin feeling particularly sticky or clogged up afterwards, it does remain on the skin for a long while. If, like me, you wish to use this as an intense moisturiser instead, you'll find that there is still a thin film of oils on your skin two-three hours later. Having said that, if you have a very dry complexion like myself, you'll appreciate just how vibrant and pert your face will feel if you choose to keep this on longer than recommended.

The idea behind each of the naked facial cleansers is that you massage the disc across your skin; leave it on for a few minutes; and then wipe away the product with a slightly damp cloth or cotton wool pad. The oils and butters work at not only nourishing your complexion a little, but they’ve been specifically designed to give your face a gentle cleanse whenever you feel the need to refresh your face.

Tea Totaller definitely left my skin feeling moisturised, and my face felt really smooth to the touch. Usually in the winter months I find that my face develops a few dry patches that I need to moisturise daily. However, this cleanser has stopped this from happening so far. In regards to Africa, this facial cleanser helped me to remove so much grime from my pores after a long day out in the dust and heat. I could really feel how much better my complexion felt after using this each evening, and I really feel as if this product stopped me from having an outbreak of spots. 

Overall, I would definitely use this as a regular product - perhaps alongside Sleepy Face as they are both very calming for the skin, without being too heavy or over-bearing on scent. This particular disc has lasted me almost three weeks in Africa, and then another three in England, and I would probably estimate that it's about half the size it was to start with. This makes it good value for money in my eyes, and one that I hope will remain a regular item in the near future.

Quantitative Ingredients: Organic Illipe Butter, Safflower Oil, Witch Hazel Extract, Sunflower Wax, Japan Wax, Lemongrass Oil, Rosemary Oil, Sage Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Thyme Oil, Benzoin Resinoid, Hand Harvested Sea Salt, *Citral, *Limonene. 

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £4.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.   

Melt between the fingers before massaging over the skin or simply glide the bar over the face, then wipe away with a damp face cloth. As a bonus, adding water activates a toning phase composed of witch hazel, spring water, and hand-harvested sea salt to clarify and lightly hydrate.

26 October 2018

Mortal Kombu Under Eye Mask

Since getting back into teaching this year, I have made a conscious effort to ensure that my life is a little more balanced. The key to that balance is making sure that I get enough sleep, so that my body can heal and recuperate from the busy day that I’ve put it through. Therefore, in theory, I shouldn’t have to use the new Mortal Kombu Under Eye Mask.

Made from only four ingredients, this super powerful eye mask is designed specifically to soothe your eyes are a heavy day/week/month, and reduce the appearance of bags or weary looking skin. Naturally, you’re probably questioning just how affective a saga of ingredients can actually be, but I can honestly vouch for its success, as I’ll demonstrate below.

The key to the success of Mortal Kombu is the mineral-rich seaweed, which has been proven time and time again, across numerous Lush products, that it has superpowers when it comes to the skin. Containing essential minerals and oils, when applied it helps to soothe irritation and infuse the skin with so much natural goodness. After using something as intense as this particular product, your complexion will appear instantly more radiant, far plumper and looking replenished.

Alongside the seaweed here, which also gives the eye mask its name, you'll also find a combination of green tea extract and a green tea infusion. Green tea is knowing for detoxifying the pores; infusing the skin with more life and vibrancy; and slowing down the appearance of ageing over time. The intensity of both of these ingredients together work wonders at reducing the appearance of dark circles under the eyes, and adding some much-needed life into your skin winter-kissed skin.

Finally, Mortal Kombu features witch hazel extract which shrinks your pores and helps to soothe any redness or irritation that you may possess. Together with the other three ingredients, this mask is perfectly set to refresh the area of your face below your eyes, and help to make you look less tired, even if you'll feeling like you've been dragged through a hedge backwards.

To use, the idea is that you soak the whole disc in a cup/bowl of warm water. Too cold and you won't stimulate the seaweed to begin releasing its magical minerals; too hot and you'll damage these same minerals, and make the face mask less effective. Lush recommend that you leave the mask in there for 5-10 minutes, however I found that a little longer was needed to soften the eye mask enough to be used.

After this time, you'll be able to tear the eye mask in half alongside where Lush have marked each half, and apply each piece under one of your eyes. Leave the mask on for another 10-15 minutes and then peel away to reveal a small amount of sticky residue, which is the mineral-rich jelly that has ebbed out from the eye mark. Massage this gently under your eyes and then leave it to be absorbed into the skin. Lush suggest that you then wipe the residue away with a pad. However, I left it on under the area was completely dry, and then dabbed the skin to remove the slight sticky feeling that was left.

Let's be honest and say that you won't find that your dark circles have completely disappeared: you have to be reasonable and understand that a handful of ingredients cannot erase something that's been created over a number of years. However, I did notice that my eyes looked refreshed and clearer; the dark areas did appear a little lighter and not as prominent; and my skin also felt genuinely soft and velvety smooth. 

For £1.50, this single-used item is a must have for those who work/study long hours, or for those like myself who suffer from sleep deprivation for whatever reason. These little discs of magic really do allow you to look slightly more approachable after using one, and even the process of taking the time to treat yourself will do wonders for your mood. I hope these become a permanent member of the Lush family in the future, as they're super beneficial, and can be used on the many long haul flights I have ahead of me.

Quantitative Ingredients: Kombu Seaweed, Green Tea Infusion, Green Tea Extract, Witch Hazel Extract.

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £1.50 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

25 October 2018

Cinders Naked Shower Gel

It seems a regular move nowadays for Lush to release a naked version of their liquid shower gels, with each of their seasonal releases. It also appears as if I react in the same way each and every time: assuming that the solid edition won't impress me as much as the liquid version, and that while a great idea, won't ever win my heart over the liquid edition. However, it didn't take me long realise that I had finally met my match when deciding to take this particular limited edition into the shower with me.

Cinders Naked Shower Gel is perhaps the first naked edition of a product that has won me over its liquid counterpart, and one that I plan on purchasing again in the near future. While nowhere near as perfect as I'd expect my shower companions to be, this particular release as shown far more positive attributes than most of the naked gels and creams to come before it. 

Firstly, the colour of this naked gel is near spot on the colour of the liquid gel, which is wonderful in my eyes as the bright shade of orange is the perfect for warming yourself in the winter months. While definitely more phycological then scientific, the colours orange and red always offer me more comfort from the cold than the likes of blues and greens, and Cinders offers the perfect blend of richness and vibrancy. 

Secondly, I found the fragrance of this was perhaps the closest I've experienced between a naked and a liquid gel, and was strong enough that I didn't have to strain my senses to get a whiff of the wonderful, wintery brew. Just like the liquid variation, this limited edition shower gel offers something far more complex than the bath bomb its taken its name from. And while fans may be disappointed if they're expecting a perfect replica, most consumers should be able to appreciate how much more complex and inviting this slight change brings about.

What you'll find in Cinders Naked Shower Gel is a warming combination of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice and clove powders. Much like the liquid version, the former ingredient is what stands out the most - giving off a warm and very slightly spicy cinnamon aroma, while the inclusion of maple syrup wraps itself around this to give the shower gel both a sweetness and an extra moisturising touch.

Much like the liquid version, the nutmeg, allspice, clove and ginger notes all make themselves more prominent when hot water is added: offering a more complex and splendidly warming scent on the skin. What is great about both version of this shower gel is that it has many layers that make themselves known throughout your experience, and each and every ingredient can be detected at some point. 

What made Cinders Naked Shower Gel feel more special than then liquid version is that firstly it appeared to lather up more generously: creating a thick, wholesome 'soap' to massage across your skin. Secondly, I found that the cloves dominated the aftermath a lot more in this format, and I really appreciated how much the scent of cloves lingered on my skin for a long time after use. 

The only downside to this, and all of Lush's naked shower gels, is that they do cause a bit of mess if left on the side of the bath. You do have to think about how you're going to store these in between uses, and also how you're going to dry it off so that it doesn't shrink any quicker than you want it to. Furthermore, the face that this shower gel is made up of many oils, I found that it was a little slippery to hold onto in the shower, and I found myself dropping it multiple times throughout each experience. 

However, Cinders Naked Shower Gel left my skin feeling very clean and super soft, and smelling like a freshly baked winter pie. I only wish that my skin felt replenished enough to save me from having to moisturise afterwards, but that could just be the 'lazy' in me talking. This is a great addition to the Christmas range this year, and one that definitely should be tried before they disappear. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Sodium Stearate, Cocamidopropyl, Betaine, Perfume, Almond essential oil, Brazilian Orange Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Kaolin, Fair Trade Organic Cinnamon Powder, Ginger Powder, Nutmeg powder, Allspice Powder, Clove Powder, Organic Pumpkinseed Oil, Aloe Vera Extract, Maple Syrup, Paprika Oleoresin, Titanium Dioxide, *Eugenol, *Cinnamal, *Limonene, Colour 14700, Colour 19140.

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £8.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.

Scent Family:
Cinders Bath Bomb
Cinders Liquid Perfume
Cinders Naked Shower Gel

Cinders Shower Gel


24 October 2018

Aurora Borealis Body Scrub

Spying the shelves of the Showcase last month, I almost missed this miniature sugar scrub that had been stacked behind a few of the naked shower gels, and what a shame that would have been. Luckily, my eyes scouted out the little beauty before it passed me by - possibly forever - and it’s been a regular feature in my bath cocktails.

To look at, Aurora Borealis Body Scrub reminded me of something that could have come out of Willy Wonka‘s factory: a wonderful, rainbow-coloured sugar scrub with an equally delicious smell to boot. As far as Lush scrubs go, this is easily the prettiest to look at, and the design would look equally as gorgeous in a bath bomb format. 

The only disappointment that I felt towards this scrub in the beginning was the fact that it was rather on the small size. Imagine halving a medium sized plum and this may give you a better understanding of how petite this product is. It’s far smaller than than Lush’s original Sugar Scrub, or indeed their recently released Sugar Plum Fairy Sugar Scrub, and for this reason doesn’t last as long either. Having said that, this scrub is almost half the price of those aforementioned products, so the value of this is probably at the same level as the bigger releases.

In the shower, the idea is that you step outside of the running water and massage this across your body to reap the full benefits of the scrub. Firstly, I should point out that as this is made mostly of granulated sugar it’ll dissolve far quicker the more exposure to water it receives. Therefore, the drier you are (although there needs to be a little dampness!) the longer this scrub will last. 

Secondly, when used all at once Aurora Borealis tends to become very sticky and will make quite a mess on whatever surface you choose to store it on until your next shower. Not only do the colours run and leave trails that you’ll need to rinse away, but the scrub itself also tends to shrink a little because of the fact that the sugar never properly dries afterwards. For this reason, I would recommend that you crumble this scrub into a container beforehand and take a small handful whenever you wish to use it. 

In its favour, Aurora Borealis is very generous scrub. You only need a grape-sized amount, and you’ll find that you’ll be able to effectively scrub over half of your body with this little. Both the sodium bicarbonate and the potato starch also give this product an almost soapy element when in action, so you’ll find that as you exfoliate your body, a slight lather will form on your skin. 

I was actually really impressed by many aspects of this scrub: how coarse the scrub was so how effective it was at removing dead skin and dirt; how clean it made my body feel after application; and how velvety soft my skin felt as soon as I rinsed Aurora Borealis away. As far as my experience goes, this is definitely one of the silliest scrubs from Lush, and it would be amazing if sold by the tub rather than as a naked block. 

Made mostly of granulated sugar, Aurora Borealis also features lemon and spearmint oils, which give the scrub a sweet, fruity and very interesting scent to contend with. What is super impressive is the fact that the fragrance lingers on your skin for a long time after towelling yourself down. In fact, I could still smell it on my hands and arms the following day, and this only made me pine for more products being made in this scent. 

Overall, this was a really enjoyable product to use and it served me well when having ice cold showers in Africa, as well as my regular showers in London. I would love to see this as a liquified version in a tub, although how Lush would recreate the swirls of colours could be an interesting concept in action. I would also love to see a bath bomb in this design and scent. Both upliftingly fruity and refreshingly cool as well, this is definitely a match made in heaven. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Granulated Sugar, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream Of Tartar, Potato Starch, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Perfume, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Spearmint Oil, Cocamidopropional, Citral, Limonene, Colour 17200, Colour 42090, Colour 47005, Colour 45410, Colour 15510, Colour 42090:2..

Vegan?: Yes.

2018 Price: £2.95 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2018.