Shower jellies

Review: Lush Sunnyside Up Shower Jelly

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Scrambled, boiled, poached, perhaps even fertilized, or from a pot while in the shower? If you’re a vegan, then I have good news — this egg is 100% vegan. As part of the Easter collection, this wobbly egg is a funny addition to the cheerful products from this range. Y’all were most curious about this product, so I decided to immediately review it!

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Review: Lush Yummy Mummy Shower Jelly

Typical Evelien: finding out this blog post is still unfinished, wanting to finish it for publication, and then finding out you have already given away the jelly. Unlike me, my lovely niece (hi Ilse!) loves this scent, so I gifted this jelly to her. So there was a little moment of ‘oh fuck’ when I found out this blog post was still awaiting publication — I only just needed to test the product! Fortunately, the sweet Zarina was so kind to send me a sample of this product, so I could test it and finally finish this blog post. 😅 So: today you can finally read my review on this (discontinued) product!

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Review: Lush Silver Bells Shower Jelly

Silver bells, silver bells, silver all the way! When I smelled Silver Bells in the store, I immediately fell in love. Finally a completely other scent than the regular Christmas jellies, like Butterbear and Santa’s Belly. Together with Drummers Drumming I tossed it into my shopping basket, and today you’ll read everything about it!

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Review: Lush Drummers Drumming Shower Jelly

Yaaaas, there’s new shower jellies in the Christmas range! Finally. I love jellies, so I could barely contain myself. I was very curious about the two new jellies, one of which i’ll be reviewing today. It’s a bright, sunny jelly — perfect if you need a little bit of cheering up during these cold days. I’m going to give it a try, so.. if you’re curious about this product, make sure you keep on reading!

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Review: Lush Twilight Shower Jelly

Initially, I didn’t intend to buy this shower jelly, seeing as I already have a LOT. But when I saw photos of this gorgeous jelly, I couldn’t help it. Who needs a spine, anyway? I ordered this jelly and upon arrival, I couldn’t be more in love. It’s so gorgeous, I must’ve taken about 100 photos of it! Today I’m going to show you this gem.

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Review: Lush Crash Shower Jelly

When I was in Liverpool, I already spotted this jelly from far away. There was a huge text above the jelly: PARTY EXCLUSIVE. Aka, not for sale. You have to book a party there in order to get one. Pfft. I was very disappointed, especially after I smelled it. A wonderful scent that smelled very familiar to me.. after a quick check, Crash appears to be sharing its scent with Celebrate. Perhaps better known as Buck’s Fizz, Bubbly or Golden Wonder — one of my favorite scents of Lush. So I could barely contain my excitement when I saw the Party Exclusives for sale in the UK webshop, and immediately bought some. Unfortunately it’s no longer for sale, but since Lush is full of surprises, I decided to just review it anyway.

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Review: Lush Beats Shower Jelly

After having reviewed Bongo and Conga, there was one jelly from Liverpool left to be reviewed. No, not Rumba. Rumba shares its scent with So White, which I hate. There’s also Gong, this one shares its scent with Golden Pear, but I already have the Golden Pear shower jelly, so I didn’t take Gong with me home. No, it’s Beats, the prettiest jelly from the Liverpool jellies range. I’ve used Beats for a few weeks now and in the meantime I have bought another 240 gram, so that already reveals how much I like it.

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Review: Lush Conga Shower Jelly

A jelly that is pink AND smells fruity? I tossed in my shopping basket before I could even smell it properly. I was already very enthusiastic about Bongo, but I was also eager to try Conga. I’m very disappointed that these jellies are not available in other stores, or why can’t Lush just sell them in the Lush Labs? (Edit: I’ve just been told that Bongo will be for sale in the Lush Labs next Tuesday!) I say, let’s start a petition, because you’ll want this jelly after reading this review.

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Review: Lush Bongo Shower Jelly

I’ve always been a fan of the jellies. They have a pretty strong scent, are fun to poke in and since I’ve found a way to use them in the shower, without constantly dropping them, I use them a lot. In Liverpool I decided to take all four new jellies with them, except for Rumba. Rumba shares its scent with So White (green apples), which I’ve always find repelling. But thank God for Bongo, because this scent is literally a tropical holiday shaped like a jelly. And that’s exactly what I needed.

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Review: Lush Golden Pear shower jelly

For the past two weeks I’ve been taking daily baths, all because I’m testing 17 of the new Harajuku bath bombs. Can you imagine how clean I am? I’m glad (and so is my bank account) that I didn’t buy all 54 of them though, because my skin is starting to get very dry of all that soaking. Yesterday I skipped taking a bath, which means no bath bomb review today. But I do have a review for you on this divine jelly!

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