Bath & Body
Lush Mr Punch Soap is a newly launched, limited edition Christmas Soap. He’s supposed to be fruity with an injection of lime oil, juniper berries, gin, and blackcurrant….
Anytime Lush puts lime into a soap I jump on the bandwagon and ride away into the happy sunset…! They always do lime right. I heard blackcurrant and instantly visions of The Comforter danced through my head. Lime and blackcurrant?
This could be heaven.
Bath & Body Works Forever Red is the brand’s first every Eau de Parfume launch. Although not yet available in a full size you can get small size for $5 in store or online.
This is a huge launch for Bath & Body Works with a good deal of marketing behind it. Heck, Bath and Body Works even has a mini site dedicated to the scent that can be found at fr.bathandbodyworks.com
Here’s my thoughts on Forever Red
One variation is never enough for beauty junkies that’s why Lush North Pole Soap comes in two fragrances! Lush created their new Lush North Pole Soap for Holiday 2012 in two different colors with two different fragrances so you get a little variety with your Christmas Shower Cheer.
I picked up the white variation for myself recently from Lush UK and I’m ever so happy I did because it quite reminds me of Lush’s long gone Candy Cane Soap I loved so much.
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab is the creator of a variety of unique perfume oil blends and creates wonderful limited edition seasonal blends. The Halloweenies are a particular favorite of mine since Fall/Halloween is my favorite Holiday/Season.
I hope by now you’re enjoying your Bpal Halloweenies 2012. I placed my own order on launch and got them towards the end of September so I have plenty of time to enjoy them through the Fall and Halloween season.
Suck It isn’t a new blend by any means as it’s been released before at the Lab but this is actually my first time purchasing it for some reason.
Take a look!
My sister calls lilies “funeral flowers”. No wonder Lush named it’s popular Halloween Shower Gel after a ghost!
Ghost Shower Gel is Lush’s seasonal Halloween release fragranced with a burst of lily of the valley. I’d never thought I’d say I like the smell of lilies but once a year I do so haul a large bottle of Ghost and allow it to haunt my shower for several weeks. The scent is…addicting somehow.
With much disappointment I had to say Goodbye to Lush Ghost Shower Gel this year. Le sigh. Lush decided to introduce it in a Shower Jelly format. I really dislike Shower Jellies as they end up more down the drain than on my body or hair. Meh, burp, grrr, no like!
If you don’t mind spooking up your shower with a jelly you can haul Ghost Shower Jelly now, for a limited time, at www.lush.com
Are you a Ghost fan?
Prefer the Jelly or the Gel?