For those who don't know, the Lush Kitchen cooks up small batches of exclusive products that are only available for a limited time until they sell out. The products available are a mix of Oxford Street exclusives, old favourites that have been discontinued or one off's. Since I've tried the majority of the Lush bath bombs and bubble bars that are in the permanent collection, I've been loving the Lush Kitchen recently and have been making quite an order pretty much every week. I'm mainly interested in the bath bombs, bubble bars, bath melts and shower gels. Although there are a few products that I have bought simply because I've never tried them before.
Instead of posting several different shopping posts, I'm going to be writing a little overview of the previous months Kitchen products. Since there is a limited amount of each made, then by the time each one arrives in the post it'll probably be sold out. Instead I'm hoping this post will high light any products you'd like to try in the future or simply because you're just as obsessed with Lush as I am.
Supernova Bath Bomb | £3.95 // This is one of the few Kitchen products that I have actually tried although I couldn't really remember the scent very well. It actually shares the Celebrate and Golden Wonder scent which is orange, lime and cognac. This was a very slow fizzer and sadly wasn't that great to watch. The pieces of confetti lost their colour pretty much straight away and ended up dissolving so I was left with pink water. I prefer the effects of Golden Wonder if I'm honest.
Bon Bain Bonnard Bath Bomb | £3.95 // I can remember this bath bomb but I don't think I ever tried it. I love the design but I'm not a huge fan of the scent. I think it's a bit too floral and soapy for my tastes although I will still use it.
Prince Shower Gel | £11 // This is a very fruity shower gel and will be perfect to use in the summer. It's a mix of lemon juice, neroli oil and orange absolute.
Karma Bubble Bar | £3.25 // This is the original design of the Karma Bubble Bar and I actually prefer it to the newer version. The scent is just the same and one of my favourites.
Black Pearl Shower Gel | £11.25 // Finally after a couple of tries, I finally have a bottle of Black Pearl! It sold out too quickly the last couple of times it was brought to the Kitchen but it looks like everyone has already bought a bottle as I was able to buy it later on the day it was released. The scent is lavender and chamomile.
Tisty Tosty Special Edition Bath Bomb | £3.50 // This has the same scent and design as Tisty Tosty from the permanent range but is tinted a lovely peachy pink colour. There is also a special note inside. This isn't one of my favourite bath bombs but I did want to try it. There are floating rose petals mixed into the bath bomb that are released as it fizzes away.
Love Spell Massage Bar | £5.95 // This is another one that was an Oxford Street exclusive but was available online through the Kitchen. I don't often buy the massage bars as I tend to ask for them as samples which are free. The rose and neoli scent of this one drew me in and I couldn't resist buying it.
Heart Throb Bubbleroon | £4.25 // This bubble bar shares it's scent with African Paradise Body Conditioner and it's one of my favourites. I even still have a small amount left over from the one I bought last year as I didn't want to be without it and made it last as long as I could. Luckily this was brought out in the Kitchen as well as being available from Oxford Street but I think it should have been available in all stores. I wish I had bought more as it's one of my favourite bubble bars. I also feel like this years is slightly bigger although it could just be my memory. I love the gold centre that acts as the jam in the bubbleroon.
I also love how the Kitchen include these polaroids of who has made the products along with the product itself. It's a nice way of keeping track of what you've tried and when it was released when you don't have the product itself anymore.