August 16, 2010

Gorilla Perfume Launches!

Ahhhh B Never lovers and Lush ones too, rejoice! Gorilla Perfume has officially launched.

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Just when you thought your beloved B Never was gone for good, Lush has launched Gorilla Perfume. This new collection created by Mark (Lush founder) Constantine and his son, Simon, is a new range of six fragrances plus old favorites that make a come back from the days of B Never To Busy To Be Beautiful.

I think the most exciting news for me would be the re-introduction and pick up of old favorites from B Never including Love and Cocktail two of my favorites from the brand.

The fragrances are available in three formats one of which is a new colored perfume stick. The brand makes it easy to purchase not only old favorites but try new ones as well with small samples that you can purchase for £2. Purse sprays as well as full size bottles of fragrances are also available. Interestingly enough they have done away with the very pretty yet impractical B Never bottles and now have standard black industry style ones that look much like Lush’s normal black packaging. Not particularly pretty but easily overlooked since what’s inside is so very special!

(B Never’s old perfume bottles)

(Gorilla Perfume’s new packaging)

I’m not only excited about trying new fragrances but also very excited to stock up on my beloved Love Perfume! I just wish Lush had brought back Keep It Fluffy as well.

You can browse the selection and order by visiting at the moment they ship to the US and other locations however it does say coming in September to New York…hmm..perhaps we’ll see a launch of the line in stores over here very soon?

I surely hope so!

What do you think?

Any B fans out there?

Loving the idea of Gorilla Perfume?

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  • Missloaf

    Lovely to see some of the old B Never stuff avaliable again, but I’m totally gutted that my signature scent, ‘Two Hearts’ hasn’t made it back – I just haven’t ever found another perfume I love so much =[

    • the Muse

      sigh missloaf I really loved two hears as well I’m just happy to get back Love at least and Cocktail. I’d love KIF to be back too sigh!

  • Ann

    You mention purse sprays (spritzers) and full size bottles of fragrances (atomisers) like they are the same perfume. But on LUSH UK under “what’s the difference” it says this:

    Solid perfume sticks are 10% perfume in our low-odour Ultrabalm base.
    Spritzers are 15% perfume in alcohol.
    Atomisers are 20% perfume in alcohol.

    So the spritzers and atomisers will smell differently, like when you compare an eau de parfum with an eau de toilette of the same scent.

    • the Muse

      Ann I mentioned that they come in three different mediums not about how much perfume oil content is within each one. Logically speaking I think we all know the solids would have a lower content of oils than the atomizers or spritzers. Regardless it’s a post alerting you that gorilla has launched it’s not a review of the product or it’s ingredients. Hope this helps.

      • Ann

        I didn’t want to attack you or anything!

        When Tuca Tuca was released I thought the spritzer was just a smaller bottle, but now I realise it’s more like the eau de toilette version. I’m sure I’m not the only one who got it wrong and I thought it would be good to mention it here.

        • the Muse

          thanks for mentioning Ann. I’m just telling people about the company, not reviewing the product. If and when I review the scents, I’ll be sure to mention this. This is a post simply telling folks that Gorilla has launched and is available for purchase!

          hope this helps!