LUSH has a spook-tacular lineup of items for Halloween 2012 that I’m so excited to share with you today. These fizzy, bubbly, sparkly, and jiggly bath products are bound to bring out the trick-or-treat spirit in both young and old spirits alike. The in-store Halloween collection consists of LUSH Twilight Shower Gel, LUSH Calacas Shower Jelly, LUSH Enchanter Bath Bomb, and LUSH Pumpkin soap.
LUSH Twilight Shower Gel is lavender scented shimmery purple shower gel. The sparkly purple seems to reflect the dimmed color of dusk when twinkling stars start to make themselves known. LUSH Shower gels are very sudsy with natural scents that are amplified upon use in hot water. LUSH Twilight has a full-on herbal lavender scent that is supplemented with a slight sweetness from Tonka. It's is a relaxing scent that is perfect for bedtime showers. LUSH Twilight is a nice addition to the lush lineup, which already has a sweet vanilla and heady jasmine. I'm happy to add it to the five other LUSH shower gels that already populate my shower! Unlike last Halloween’s single size Ghost shower gel, Twilight will be available in three different sizes. Twilight is a part of both the Halloween and Holiday 2012 collections and is the only item here that will be available throughout the winter season.
While Twilight may be the perfect sleepytime scent, LUSH Calacas Shower Jelly is the perfect pick-me-upper for cold winter mornings. LUSH Calacas is a green jiggly jelly soap molded into the shape of a Day of the Dead sugar skull ('calacas' means skeleton in Spanish). This shower jelly has a zingy lime gummy candy scent. Though I’m a serious LUSHie, this is the first time I’ve tried a shower jelly. They're essentially bars of soap in jello form. Like most LUSH shower products, they’re quite sudsy. You can also freeze these jellies for a really cool hot-cold experience in the shower.
If you love the lime scent of LUSH Calacas, LUSH Enchanter Bath Bomb might be up your alley as well. It’s a festive bath bomb with a citrusy lime scent that mirrors that of LUSH Calacas. When in water, the bath bomb fizzes into a citrus orange, followed by bursts of bright pink. The Lime and Neroli oil are toning and brightening for skin, not to mention uplifting for tired spirits.
LUSH Pumpkin Soap is a molded Jack-O-Lantern shaped soap from Halloweens past. This creamy limited edition soap smells like an aromatic slice of pumpkin pie. The cinnamon, clove, cardamom, spearmint, and fresh pumpkin scent epitomizes the season and adds fragrance to your bathroom as well as your hands. The size is slightly larger than my palm and roughly equivalent to your typical bar soap. LUSH Pumpkin Soap looks fun, smells delicious, and is a practical to boot.
LUSH Twilight Shower Gel ($9.95 - $27.95 for 3.3oz - 16.1 oz.), LUSH Pumpkin Soap ($6.95), LUSH Calacas Shower Jelly ($4.95 for 3.5oz.), and LUSH Enchanter Bath Bomb ($4.95) have just become available in LUSH stores. The bright colors and delicious scents are fun pick-me-ups for the fall season. Be sure to scoop up these spooks soon; they’ll be gone in a ‘bat’ an eyelash! Thanks for reading! Have you seen LUSH Halloween in stores? Which product sounds the most up your alley? How are you getting ready for Halloween?
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration by PR. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own.
I love the LUSH seasonal collections :) Twilight seems magnificent! I have a few items that will be popping up onto Getting Cheeky in the next few days, too. Enjoy your bath time!ReplyDelete
Hi Jessica, thanks! I'm glad you've started to explore LUSH too. The Halloween collection this year really tickles my fancy, even more than last year's (if I'm allowed to say that).Delete
That pumpkin soap looks and sounds delicious! so cute, I have to check out the soap. LUSH collections seem to improve (at least to my taste), I am not so sure about the shimmer in the body wash but as long as it won't leave shimmer on my bobdy, why not? / ClaireReplyDelete
Hi Claire, I thought this collection was well done too, with different choices and scents that could cater to many. I think the soap will be a favorite (probably why they brought it back from last year). It's easy for people to use at their sinks, plus makes a nice gift!Delete
I love the soap! Have to visit LUSH one of these days to see if the Halloween collection is available here :)ReplyDelete
Hi Sunny, let me know! I'd love to see if LUSH Halloween (or Halloween products in general) are popular in Europe.Delete
I like the green goopy jiggly jelly:-)ReplyDelete
Hi Kate, me too, it's definitely the most fun feeling of the collection!Delete
Grabby hands! I love the green jiggly jelly too!ReplyDelete
Hi Xiao, haha! Don't let it slip through your fingers :)Delete
You've managed to make me want all of them! I'll try the Enchanted bomb at the very least. It's been a while since I've had a bath bomb. :DReplyDelete
Hi Liz, I've been taking more baths recently and love it. I liked how Enchanted was a bit different from their current permanent selectionDelete
I love lush soaps! I really want to try that bath bomb too!ReplyDelete
Hi Kelly, I can always count on you to share a love of LUSH :) I'll have to ask you which soaps you're using sometime.Delete
Ahh dear Dovey,ReplyDelete
the pumpkin soap is to die for! If I would buy the soap, it's would definitely because of the cute shape :)
Hi Memoiselle, I agree, the Jack-O-lantern is perfect for the season!Delete