14 August 2019

Drummers Drumming Shower Jelly

Thanks to the inclusion of this brand new shower jelly in the Christmas range this year, I haven't gone a day without hearing 'FIIIIVE GOLDEN RINGS' within my mental chatter. In fact, the mere thought of the famous seasonal tune had me thinking that Lush would benefit from actually creating a collection of 12 products to match each of the days, one year.

While a brand new product for the 2019 range, Drummers Drumming Shower Jelly is not in itself completely unique. It both shares its name with a reusable bubble bar that made a fleeting appearance many Christmases ago, and offers the same fragrance as the Peachy Bath Bath Bomb that came out earlier this year.

In fact, it is this latter point that makes this shower jelly rather unique and special within the Christmas range this year. I say this because normally we are inundated with either sweet candy or spicy smells to support the seasonal trend of most cosmetics, and this latest release is neither.

Containing grapefruit, davana, elemi and tagetes oils, this golden shower jelly has a wonderfully sweet yet slightly green fruity smell. There is something almost astringent about it, which reminds me of the pith of the grapefruit, which grounds the aroma and gives it more depth than some of the less charismatic citrusy smells that feature in the range.

While described as a peachy smell, I would say that it reminds me more of the dry fruity smell of an apricot, with a slightly green note underneath. Yet, what I have also found is that if you really engage with the aroma as well, there is something about the aroma underneath all of this that reminds me slightly of cocoa as well. This latter statement may confuse many consumers who have read that it's strictly a fruity smell. However, my nose detects a note of something that reminds me of the rich, sultry note that cocoa can often bring to the table. Perhaps my nose is broken but that's just my experience. 

What I will say is that it does smell slightly stronger than the original bath bomb, and it's not as powdery either. However, it does possess the key notes that will make it recognisable for fans of the bath bomb.

Strangely, when I opened the tub I found that there seemed to be quite a lot of space between Drummers Drumming Shower Jelly and the edge of the tub. Usually the shower jellies slot perfectly into the tubs and I actually sometimes struggle to put them back in, once I've finished using them. However, this one seemed to be a little smaller than usual, although I think this is more about the consistency of the jelly as opposed to a factory issue.

What I did find was that it took a little practice to lather this one up, and I still didn't think it was as generous as other shower jellies. Yet, this is probably due to the amount of oil present in the ingredients list, which is why I would describe this one as being a little more on the oily side than the 'foamy' side. 

Having said that, once the shower jelly did begin to produce a lather, it was easy to stimulate a little more by massaging it across my skin. Furthermore, I will say that I was really impressed by how instantaneous the shower jelly made my skin feel moisturised, and I didn't need very much for my body to feel clean and nourished. It might also be worth noting that the scent was very prominent throughout my experience, and lingered on my skin and hair for a good while after I had exited the shower.

After using this daily for almost two weeks, the size of the jelly hasn't shrunk very much, which means that this is definitely good value for money. However, it's one of those jellies that can 'crack' very easily, especially if you're a 'squeezer' in the shower, so you may wish to be a little less overzealous on how you massage this across your skin. 

Overall, I really enjoyed this shower jelly and felt that Drummers Drumming replicated the Peachy fragrance really well. The shower jelly cleans and nourishes your skin nicely, and leaves a lasting impression in terms of both smell and condition. It's almost a great alternative for those who bore easily of the typical Christmassy fragrances, as this scent could be used at any time throughout the year.

Quantitative Ingredients: Glycerine, Organic Agave Syrup, Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Carrageenan Extract, Perfume, Grapefruit Oil, Davana Oil, Elemi Oil, Tagetes Oil, Fresh Peach Juice, Water (Aqua), Titanium Dioxide, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Colour 47005:1, Colour 19140.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £6 for 100g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

13 August 2019

Fly Me To The Moon Amazeball

I'm beginning a very transitional period in my life at the moment so the idea of 'flying to the moon' sounds like a good next step to take. Perhaps a few months up there would be a good opportunity to heal myself enough to feel grounded once more on planet earth, when I return. Unfortunately, nipping to the moon for a vacation just isn't exactly possible at the moment, so the bathe bomb equivalent will have to do.

Fly Me To The Moon Amazeball is not only big in nature but it also happens to be rather large when it comes to the price as well. £8.50 for a single-used item is not exactly something that everybody will willingly want to invest in, let alone afford. For this reason, it needs to offer something rather impressive to convince consumers to part with their hard-earned cash. 

What is rather beautiful about this seasonal special is the gentle hue of lustre that coats the surface and adds a shimmer both before use, and once it's fully dissolved into the water. There is something rather delicately gorgeous about the subtle glimmer across the water during the experience - one that is perhaps more suited to those who dislike too much 'glitter' in their bath tub. 

As with a few other 'Amazeballs' in the Christmas range, this one features a removal lid. Despite it appearing slightly bigger in size than the average bath bomb, it actually happens to be hollow, with just a large dosage of white sugar crystals filling the 'empty' space inside. For this reason, it's a little on the delicate side and does need to be packed well to travel from the factory to your doorstep. If you're thinking of giving this one as a gift, you may wish to think how you're going to preserve it's shape, whilst also ensuring you don't spill its contents as well. 

Containing lime and sweet orange oils as the key ingredients, with a generous helping of olibanum resinoid underneath, this bath bomb is sweet, fruity scent that compliments the Never Mind The Ballistics fragrance nicely. While very similar, and many consumers have claimed that it was purposely designed to replicate the smell, I do feel as if there are some differences that set it apart. 

This bath bomb is perhaps a little less wholesome in scent, as in it smells a little more 'dispersed' than the aforementioned bath bomb, and the most recent Bam! Shower Slime. However, there is something very juicy yet equally as rich and sultry about Fly Me To The Moon that hits the spot without a doubt.

When Fly Me To The Moon first hit the water, I loved the fact that it produced a really thick, creamy foam around the base of the product. As soon as I let it go, it tipped to the side and began to spill its contents out into the water, which create a very fast and expansive white and purple foam that coated the surface of the tub. At the same time, the lid sent out a vibrant shade of purple that interspersed with the wave of white and created a thick blanket of colour.

What is interesting about this bath bomb is that you can actually choose to tip the inner contents of the product into the water first, most notably when the water is still running. Supposedly, the powder has the same properties of a bubble bar so you should be able to stimulate some bubbles before unleashing the bath bomb into the water to add colour afterwards. While I didn't try this out with Fly Me To The Moon, I did experiment with one of the other Amazeballs that Lush are currently offering and found that they do indeed produce some fluffy bubbles to accompany you in the bath tub.

The best part about this bath bomb was just how much creamy foam spread out across the water, which once fully dispersed, helped to create a wonderfully soft and moisturising bathing experience. My skin felt incredibly nourished and smooth after bathing with one of these, and the scent remained on my skin for a short while after towelling myself down. 

This Christmas beauty left the water a beautiful shade of pastel pink, with a gentle lustre hue under the water to add a little luxury to the experience. My mood was elevated and my skin felt simply beautiful afterwards, not to mention the fact that the fragrance was present throughout the whole experience, and stayed on my skin afterwards.

While I'd still maintain that this the price of this is perhaps a little more than I would comfortably hand over for an average bath bomb, the fact that this is limited edition means that it's definitely worth investing in at least once. As a present, this would definitely be a welcome gift, and does help to wash away the cold weather with its beautiful smell and presence. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, DRF Alcohol, Cream of Tartar, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Titanium Dioxide, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, White Sugar Crystals, Lime Oil, Sweet Wild Orange Oil, Olibanum Resinoid, Water (Aqua), Propylene Glycol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Tin Oxide, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 45410:2, Colour 45410:1, Colour 42090, Colour 77491, Colour 42090:2, Colour 14700, Colour 17200.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £8.50 each.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

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11 August 2019

Yog Nog Shower Gel

It's strange to think that it was only five years ago that a certain Yog Nog Soap first appeared as part of the Christmas range, and won the hearts of enough consumers to be brought back as a perfume, body lotion and bath bomb amongst other products. If you're a fan of this scent family, this latest release will captivate you with its very magic. 

Sporting a stunning golden colour, Yog Nog Shower Gel offers up something you'd expect to find at the end of a rainbow. This is coupled with a generous helping of golden lustre to add a shimmer that threatens to blind you when it hits the light. Like summer bottled, this seasonal product is sure to bring the sunshine to your shower, even if the wind is howling outside the window. 

Containing maple syrup and clove bud oil as two of the main ingredients, this shower gel smells like a rich, buttery caramel sauce, with a gentle warmth from the latter ingredient coming through underneath. The sweet, stickiness of the maple syrup really comes through in this shower gel and I could really imagine drizzling it straight over a bowl of ice cream or a vanilla cheesecake. Yog Nog is a naturally very foody smell and in this format this seems to intensify somewhat.

While not exactly like any of the products in the same scent family, I would say that it's probably closest to either the liquid perfume or the original soap. It seems to lack a little of the burnt element that the body lotion has, and is also obviously less powdery than the bath bomb.

What makes Yog Nog Shower Gel even more beautiful is that the ingredients really work on improving the condition of your skin, as well as cleaning your body in the process. The maple syrup helps to soften while also replenishing dried areas; the clove bud oil stimulates a little life back into your skin at the same time. 

The inclusion of both the almond and jojoba oils also hydrate and nourish the skin while being used in the shower, whilst the carrageenan extract and glycerin support these ingredients in making the experience extremely moisturising. I was really able to feel the effects of the shower gel straight after using it and this stayed with me for hours afterwards.

Despite it being quite a thin shower gel, I found that Yog Nog was really effective at lathering up between my hands, and I have barely used a centimetre from the bottle even though I have used it most days across the last two weeks. While this makes it great value for money, I have to say that there is a temptation to use a lot more because of how scrumptious it is. For this reason, just to wary that you may get through a bottle far quicker than you need to, just because of the beautiful fragrance.

What is impressive about Yog Nog Shower Gel is that the smell intensifies so much when it hits the heat of the running water and it permeates nearly every crevice of your bathroom, whether you want it to or not. I could smell it for hours after I had towelled myself down and there was also a very delicate shimmer which gave my skin a little extra radiance as well. For those who may be worried that they'll come out of the shower looking like a disco ball, I can assure you that the shimmer really is hardly noticeable, unless you're looking for it specifically.

Ultimately, fans of Yog Nog are no doubt going to love this rendition of their favourite scent and Lush have done a very good at replicating it in this format. While I have to be in the mood for foody scents, this definitely ticks many boxes in terms of value for money, usability, fragrance and design and I have enjoyed using this very much. I truly think that this will be one of the stand-out products from the Christmas range this year and I look forward to when everybody else will have the opportunity to try it for themselves.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerine, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Maple Syrup, Water, Clove Decoction, Lauryl Betaine, Perfume, Clove Bud Oil, Ylang Ylang Oil, Carrageenan Extract, Titanium Dioxide, Xanthan Gum, Almond Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, Propylene Glycol, *Eugenol, *Linalool, Colour 77491.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £7 for 100g, £14 for 275g, £23 for 550g, £38 for 1100g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

9 August 2019

Bam! Shower Slime

After a few weeks of playing around with Brr! Shower Slime every morning and evening, I have become quite the expert at knowing how much to use and how to get the most out of every shower. In fact, one of the most interesting things about both of Lush's brand new slimes is that they actually last just as long as a 250g bottle of shower gel, despite the format suggesting that you'll get through a tub in record speed.

Although not as visually stunning, Bam! Shower Slime still possesses a wonderfully rich shade of blue to enjoy. In fact, I think there is something rather cooling about the colour itself that almost adds to its refreshing qualities and enriches your experience when in the shower.

Containing lime and orange oils, this limited edition is a gorgeously rich and fruity aroma - one that happens to share its scent with the Never Mind The Ballistics Bath Bomb, which is one of my favourite 'new' scents to come from the company in years. Both of these essential oils come together to create a bright and very juicy aroma, while the inclusion of the olibanum oil adds a rich, sultry wave underneath to ground the citrus oils a little.

Just like with Brr!, the consistency of this shower slime can vary depending on how you use it and how long it's been sitting somewhere. There is usually a thick handful of gloop that fills up most of the pot. However, some of the oils tend to seperate themselves and create a thin, runny substance to use as well. Both consistencies both work really well at cleaning and lathering up and there's not much point trying to combine the two together as they tend to seperate rather quickly.

What I will say about the substance is that you only need very little to lather Bam! into a thick foam, similar to that of a shaving cream. In fact, as I stated in my previous review, I found that using too much of this as once actually hindered the slime from producing a generous amount of lather. For this reason, less is definitely more.

Once on your body, you can feel how soft your skin becomes in a very short space of time. In a matter of seconds, I could feel how much more moisturised my hands and legs were and the radiance that I found once I towelled myself down was equally impressive. I would even go as far as staying that these shower slimes appear to work slightly better than the regular shower gels, which is not something that I could have ever envisage happening.

What was great about Bam! was that the oils not only produced a wonderful scent, but also helped to refresh and rejuvenate my skin at the same time. The inclusion of the orange oil helped to tone my skin, which was most evident on my face and legs; the lime oil welcomed a natural glow to my skin all over; and the olibanum oil calmed and soothed my skin - again, especially my face, where I was suffering from a few overzealous spots at the time.

Overall, this is perhaps a product that won't get as much recognition as it deserves, given its format. This is a shame as it actually works really well and leaves your skin clean, refreshed and looking noticeably vibrant. Bam! actually gets me a little excited for future slime releases from Lush, and I will be using mine scrupulously until that chance arises.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Water (Aqua), Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Glycerine, Cornflour, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Bicarbonate, Xanthan Gum, Fresh Lime Juice, Lime Oil, Sweet Wild Orange Oil, Olibanum Resinoid, *Citral, *Limonene, Perfume, Colour 42090.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £12 for 240g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

8 August 2019

Brr! Shower Slime

Just when you think that Lush cannot possibly come up with anything new, the shower slime concept appears in its playful, childlike manner, and again makes you wonder just what are Lush capable of doing next. Lke a wonderful homage to my two favourite childhood movies, The Ghostbusters, these limited edition delights will make your showers just that little bit more interesting.

Brr! is one of two brand new 'shower slimes' to appear in the Lush Labs release a few months ago and was definitely the one I gravitated to first. With its bright - almost fluorescent - yellow demeanour, this little beauty will appeal to both children and adults alike. There is nothing more satisfying than rubbing something that looks like its birthed an alien onto your skin...erm...

Yet despite its wonderful colour, I was surprised to find that the aroma of this is not a citrusy one, as first expected. Instead, the inclusion of spearmint oil gives this slime a wonderfully warm and wholesome minty aroma. There is something about the smell of this that reminds me a lot of spearmint bubblegum, which is lovely.  

Alongside the mint, there is also something sweet and playful laced around this note that creates an almost candy-esque note as well. I've read a few people's reviews who claim that the smell reminds them of the banana foam sweets that you find in the pic 'n' mix section, and I would agree that this is what I associate the sweetness with as well. It's not really what I would described as being a vanillary note, but there is definitely something rather powdery about the smell that comes from more than just the mint. 

What I will say about Brr! Shower Slime is that it does tend to separate in the tub, if you leave it sitting for a while. You tend to find that some of the slime is runny and thin whereas the majority of the product is rather thick and stretchy. My suggestion when using any of Lush's slimes is to tip the excess liquid into the palm of your hands before you've finished your shower and use this to wash with. 

As water tends to drip into the pot whilst you're grabbing some of the product to use, this can build up and create these little pockets of running liquid, which could then become a surface for bacteria to multiply even quicker. Draining this 'water' after each use will just increase the longevity of the product overall.

What is great about Brr! is that you can immediately see and feel the product getting to work on your skin. You only need a small amount to lather between your hands and the slime will create a thick foam, similar to that of a shaving cream. When lathered across the skin, you can instantly feel has velvety-soft the product is and how it leaves your skin. 

Interestingly, when using a large dosage, I actually found that the product worked less effectively and created less of a foam to work with, so it pays to use less when it comes to this slime. Despite its vivid colour, I also found that Brr was really delicate to use across my whole body, and I didn't once develop any irritation or rashes when using this whilst shaving.

Afterwards, my skin felt super smooth and there was even a gentle gleam across my legs. Unfortunately, I wasn't really able to smell this much past the first five minutes of towelling myself down. However, the effect of the slime was prevalent for a good many hours and this is always the most important factor of any product for me.

Overall, Brr! Shower Slime, despite the fact that it initially felt like a novelty, turned out to be a really enjoyable addition to my shower routine. I didn't need much with each use; I was able to notice how nourished my skin felt almost immediately; and there was something very playful about it that added a little more fun to my morning and evening rituals. I am very much looking forward to trying the other shower slimes out for size, and can imagine that they will heed similar positive results. 

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Water (Aqua), Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Glycerine, Cornflour, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Bicarbonate, Xanthan Gum, Perfume, Spearmint Oil, *Limonene, Colour 45350.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £12 for 240g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

6 August 2019

Snowflake Body Lotion

I think it's only fair to start this review by putting many fans of Snowcake out of their misery and state that this brand new limited edition body lotion does not share the same scent as any of the popular products in this scent family. While there are lots of almond qualities about this seasonal release that may remind consumers of the aforementioned seasonal favourite, I happen to think that it is very different from the classic Snowcake fragrance. 

Having said that, when I first gave Snowflake a sniff from the tub, and rubbed a little into my skin, there was definitely something present in this body lotion that reminded me of Snowcake. However, after using it for the past couple of weeks, I can safely say that I have noticed many differences about the smell that makes it unique from anything else that has come out before.

From the tub, the body lotion offers many subtle layers that work in unison with each other. First of all, there is definitely something very creamy and almond-like about the product. Coupled with the cocoa butter, the base layer of this smells very smooth and silky.

Alongside this, both the cedarwood and sandalwood help to intensify this base layer with their own grounded, woody notes. Although you aren't really able to detect either particularly strongly, you can definitely tell that there is 'something' there to thicken out the overall aroma, and add depth to the fragrance overall.

Yet, alongside this there is also quite a pronounced layer of both apricot and rose. While the latter brings about something quite warm and sweet and delicately floral (as you would expect from most of Lush's rose-dominated products) the apricot gives the body lotion almost a sharp fruity element as well. 

In all honesty, there is something about the latter component that spoils this body lotion for me, although luckily the apricot scent disperses after settling on the skin for a while. In a way, I don't think the apricot really suits being here as it's not really able to flourish by itself and offer something super sweet and juicy. Instead, both this and the rose seem to clash a little to my nose, and the combination offers something a little strange and alluring.

Perhaps this was intentional, who knows. But what I appreciate is that it is certainly something very new to the range this year, and definitely doesn't offer an experience that would be limited to a particular season. Unfortunately, I cannot really see this scent working in most other formats so it's a little limited in this way.

What I did appreciate about Snowflake was that both the rose and the creamy notes of almond intensified from the warmth of my skin after I had applied it, and the apricot seemed to disperse quite a fair bit as well. These former two components then remained on my skin for a good couple of hours after application.

While this lotion is slightly on the thinner side, you really don't need an awful lot to cover a large area of your body. However, once the product has been massaged into the skin, it does tend to take a little longer than usual to fully absorb into the body. While you're not left with greasy skin, there is 'something' present on the surface for a good twenty minutes after you've applied the lotion.

After using this for a couple of weeks, I found that my skin began to look and feel healthier - particularly my legs that had began to show signs of being dry following the sudden change in weather. Despite how thin the body lotion was, I really felt as if it covered a thick coverage across the body, which will be vital during the colder months of the year.

As to whether I would buy this again, that would all depend on my mood at the time. It doesn't offer a scent that I particularly relish in, although I'm not by any means saying that the fragrance is at all bad. However, it did improve the condition of my skin, and leave it with a gentle radiance - all in matter of days/weeks - so Snowflake would be a good body lotion to use when the frosty weather begins to take hold. This is a product that does a good job but probably won't be one remembered in future months/years time.

Quantitative Ingredients: Almond Milk, Apricot Kernel Oil, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Rose Water, Glycerine, Organic Illipe Butter, Stearic Acid, Perfume, Fair Trade Almond Oil, Triethanolamine, Cedarwood Oil, Coriander Seed Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Almond essential oil, Tincture of Benzoin, Cetearyl Alcohol, *Citral, *Citronellol, *Farnesol, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £10 for 100g, £18 for 225g.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

4 August 2019

Pop Art Bath Bomb

Given my current life situation, having baths in the middle of the day is the only reprieve I have from the mess I'm trying to stumble through ninety-nine per cent of the time. Having any bath bombs to 'play' with is always a luxury, but having ones as good quality as Lush's Christmas range makes me extremely grateful to the people who made it possible.

Pop Art is a brand new bath bomb for the 2019 seasonal range and looks and smells exactly as its name suggest: a piece of buttery popcorn. This beauty is definitely for those who have a sweet tooth, especially when you're trying to consume less sugar over the Christmas celebrations. Stick one of these in your bath tub and its very much like having your cake and bathing in
Supposedly sharing its scent with Let The Good Times Roll Facial Cleanser, this limited edition offers a warm, buttery caramel smell to drool over. While fans of Yog Nog will no doubt appreciate this fragrance as well, this is definitely less cloying and not as heavy smelling as the aforementioned bath bomb, which makes it a wonderful alternative if you're wanting something sweet but gentle as well. There is also something slightly 'dry' about the smell, once it has fully dissolved in the bath, which could be seen as a homage to the popcorn pieces that feature in the original facial cleanser.

What I did enjoy about Pop Art was the amount of popping candy that featured inside the bath bomb. It was a matter of seconds after I placed it in the water that it began to crackle loudly as it bobbed across the surface. This continued for the whole ten or so minutes it took for the product to fully dissolve, and then I could still her remnants of the ingredient underneath the water when I submerged my head.
What sets this apart from most of Lush's bath bombs is that it was a fairly slow fizzer, which meant that for the first couple of minutes it simply bobbed and spun across the surface without producing huge amounts of colour. However, once the water began to reach the centre, streams of bright yellow and orange began to explode out from the sides and paint the water a rich, sultry shade of yellow.

In the past I have always said that yellow is perhaps one of my least favourite colours for a bath, for obvious reasons. And I still stick by this premise. However, my state of mind when bathing with Pop Art allowed me see the yellow as more like a little bout of sunshine, which is something we will be needing more of as the winter season takes over the weather.
The inclusion of the sea salt really makes a difference when using this bath bomb. I was able to feel the difference it made to my skin and the water felt silky-smooth throughout the whole process. Furthermore, a few small wounds I had on my feet seemed to heal up noticeably quicker after bathing with Pop Art, not to mention that its combination of scent and colour elevated my mood a little as well.

The fragrance stayed present throughout the whole of the experience, although it wasn't enough to linger in the bathroom afterwards. However, I was able to detect remnants on my hands, arms and the ends of my hair afterwards, all of which stayed with me for an impressive 4-5 hours. It made me realise how much a body lotion in this scent would be a lovely addition to the range.
Overall, this is a great new release from Lush and one that I hope to be able to use again in the future. Unless you're opposed to yellow-coloured baths, Pop Art is for those who have a seriously sweet tooth and want an alternative to Yog Nog this year. While it is very foody and definitely doesn't have as much character as some of Lush's other seasonal choices, this will certainly be very popular during the Christmas season, and I wouldn't be surprised if it was made permanent at some point in the future.

Quantitative Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Popping Candy, Coarse Sea Salt, Cornflour, Perfume, Titanium Dioxide, Water (Aqua), Sodium Coco Sulfate, Dipropylene Glycol, Colour 47005, Colour 14700, Colour 45350.

Vegan?: Yes.

2019 Price: £?.

Year Of Original Release: 2019.

Scent Family:
Let The Good Times Roll Facial Cleanser
Pop Art Bath Bomb

coming soon!