Geo Phyzz bath bomb is a new Harajuku exclusive that is being released in the uk to celebrate 30 yers since Mo Constantine invented the first bath bomb. Turtle jelly bomb has the same scent as this one! You may all be more familiar with that format of the scent, especially if you’re a new lushie and haven’t tried Geo Phyzz before. Description taken from Lush – ‘Calling all earth lovers and nature worshippers – Geo Phyzz will help to ground your feet back on terra firma. Traverse across mountains, through the pines and mossy forests, until you reach the sea. Breathe in the brisk air, a blend of clarifying red Hawaiian sea salt, oakmoss, seaweed absolute and cypress oil. Find perspective and let your worries fizzle away into the waters.’
Fairy Jasmine bath bomb was brought back for the 30th anniversary celebrations for the first ever bath bomb invented by Mo Constantine. It’s part of the silky underwear family and contains vetivert, jasmine and ylang ylang. All That Jas is another bath bomb from Lush that has the same scent but without any of the lustre. According to LushaLot’s blog, this jasmine fueled beauty first made an appearance in 2006! Description taken from Lush – ‘It’s the glitter things that count, right? So run yourself a sparkle-filled soak and let jasmine, vetivert and ylang ylang cast their spell. As floral, fairy dust-infused waters soften skin, you’ll begin to feel your batteries recharge – as if by magic! *No fairies were harmed in the making of this bewitchingly shimmering bomb.’
Chocomint bath bomb – which used to be called haagenbath when previously released in the Lush Kitchen! This creamy pink beauty smells just like mint chocolate chip ice cream. It will be released throughout the UK as part of the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb invention celebrations. Description taken from Lush – ‘Ice cream is best enjoyed by the tub-full, and this mint-chocolate ice cream inspired treat is no different. Pop it into your bath and luxuriate in the creamy, skin softening waters infused with spearmint, cocoa butter and almond oil. Whatever your reason for craving the sweet stuff, be it a breakup, make-up, pick-me-up or a perk me up, there’s #NoJudgement here – just a comforting hug of mint chocolate deliciousness.’
Calavera bath bomb has been a classic for quite a few years now. We have seen it in the Lush Kitchen a couple of times and it is usually released around Halloween time but the most recent was as part of the community favourite in 2018. It will be released across the UK as part of the 30th anniversary of the bath bomb invention celebrations. It contains delicate little marigold petals which appear from the neon green spewing core. It is part of the Calacas/Day of the Ded scent family – if you’re not familiar with these products then you may recognise it from Monsters Ball bath bomb from more recent Halloween seasonal releases. A gorgeous combination of olibanum, lime and neroli oils create a mouth watering lime gummy bear scent. Description taken from Lush – ‘If you’re feeling a little… dead, a soak in a Calacas-scented cauldron of spicy olibanum, lime, and neroli oil is sure to revive you. Lift your spirits and sink deep, deep down into warming waters alive with dancing souls, or are they marigold petals? You decide.’
Tea and Sympathy is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store and previously released in the lush kitchen but will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine.
Description taken from Lush ‘ When a single cup won’t cut it, why not relax with a whole tubful of tea? This fizzy blend is made with a host of invigorating scents including chamomile blue, olibanum and clary sage oils—plus a real chamomile tea bag—to help you find clarity, peace and tranquility. And for those seeking added comfort, the skin-soothing blend of soy milk and calamine powders are saviors for sensitive and irritated skin. Forget the kettle and hop in the tub for the ultimate tea time treat. ‘
Youki Hi is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store but has also been released as a kitchen exclusive. It will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine.
Description taken from Lush ‘ Jasmine lovers rejoice! The scent once found in our beloved Flying Fox Shower Gel is back in bath bomb form. This glittery fizzer is filled with the floral scents of not only sensual, heady jasmine but also ylang ylang, palmarosa and gardenia oils. The grounding scent of cypress oil balances the floral bouquet, while real sea salt and cream of tartar gently soften skin. Bathe in a shimmering garden oasis with this sensual treasure. ‘
Yog Nog is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store and 2018 community favourites but will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine. It was also a well loved and highly popular bath bomb back in 2015 and 2016. The soap has made a few appearances since but the bath bomb didn’t return until November 2018 after many requests from the lush community across the globe. We got our wish when Lush decided to release a ‘lush community’ collection of bath bombs – yog nog being one of them. The design was as cute as before and super detailed and the few chunks of cocoa butter in the bomb was replaced by one big chunk of butter right in the centre which smells so strong and creamy! I find the clove strong in the bath bomb portion of the bomb whereas the cocoa butter melt inside is very sweet and almost like honeycomb. It’s definitely a more warm wintery scent but there’s no rules when it comes to bathing!
Description taken from Lush ‘ Enjoy a spicy gingerbread bath with this sweet limited edition bath bomb. This beautiful bath ball carries the same burnt caramel scent as our seasonal fave Yog Nog Bubble Bar, now with a blast of extra fizzy fun. Hydrating cocoa and shea butters keep winter skin soft and supple, while spicy clove and floral ylang ylang combine to create its familiar festive aroma—keeping you bakery-fresh all season long. ‘