PLEASE READ: This review was originally written in 2013 on my Dutch blog. I have translated this blog post, and also altered some of the information in this review since a lot of things changed since 2013. Even though I try to create a good blog post for you, please note that there can be some information that’s outdated or different nowadays. It’s also a strong possibility that the appearances of the products have changed since then.
If you have as many Lush shower gels as I do, it’s nearly an impossible task to review them all separately. (Edit 2024: I wrote this in 2013 when I reviewed a LOT of products, not just Lush, that’s why I didn’t do a in-depth review on these Lush products) That’s why I decided to review 5 shower gels in 1 blog post today! I’ll talk about each of the shower gel’s scent and if I liked it or not, so you’ll know exactly what shower gel to buy!
I don’t know what it’s like where you live, but here in The Netherlands, it’s currently bizarre hot. I’m glad I live at the coast, where it’s always a bit cooler thanks to the sea air, but elsewhere it’s easily 98 degrees (37 Celsius), I’ve even saw temperatures reaching 104 degrees (40 Celsius). It should be illegal to be this hot. When it’s this hot, a fresh, minty shower gel is essential. Therefore I was very happy with Intergalactic shower gel, because I already knew how amazing it smelled as a bath bomb.
If you’re curious if the scent is just as good as the bath bomb, make sure you keep on reading!