Lush Reindeer Rock Soap is an absolute must have for Comforter fans because it indeed smells exactly like Lush Comforter!
I remember when I first smelled Comforter…it took me back to when I was about 7 or 8 years old and my mom brought me a Hello Kitty Pencil Box and a Hello Kitty Eraser. That eraser smells wonderful! I’ve since associated it with the smell of Sanrio!
To me, Comforter, and the new limited edition Lush Reindeer Rock Soap, smells like Sanrio and Hello Kitty erasers.
Lush Hot Toddy Shower Gel is a brand new, limited edition Lush Holiday 2014 launch.
This sparkling red cinnamon scented shower gel uses real cinnamon leaf oil to warm your body up in the shower this Winter!
Lush Baked Alaska Soap doesn’t really smell like Baked Alaska. When I was a child I always thought Baked Alaska was a fancier named for baked apples. My mom used to place apples in foil with cinnamon, sugar, and spices and bake them. They would come out of the oven all deliciously Fall and yummy! And for some reason I always associated them with Baked Alaska. No idea why?!
Needless to say when I was older and tried Baked Alaska for the first time it was nothing like those tasty apples and if anything was even more decadent.
Lush Baked Alaska Soap is a lot like those apples I had mistaken for an ice cream cake because this little soap is deceiving. There’s no ice cream here, no meringue, there is however, a tart, citrus-y treat that will make your nose tingle in happiness!
Lush So White Shower Gel is a new, limited edition shower gel that launched with the Lush Holiday/Christmas 2014 Collection. You’ll recognize So White from the past I’m sure as it’s been a bath bomb as well as a forum fragrance in its previous lives!
Let’s take a look!
Lush Santa’s Lip Scrub makes a return for a limited time with the Lush Christmas/Holiday 2014 Collection.
This delicious cola flavored lip scrub is soooo tasty and has tiny little edible red hearts in the mix! Hmm better for Valentine’s Day me thinks? But needless to say perfect for Winter when my lips are at their driest.