Lush Up You Get Emotibomb Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Newest Review: ... to admit to being the ad mans dream - and I will try anything once, this seemed like it should be a great idea, and I ... more
Customer Lush Up You Get Emotibomb Reviews (23)
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 221 readings)
Back when ballistics (fizzing, foaming balls to throw into the bath to scent and soften the water) were Lush's mainstay, I remember them saying in their publicity that Baths were for those who appreciate luxury, and showers for the spartans amongst us. Since then Lush have broadened their market and produce a huge range of toiletries. I think Emotibombs are Lush's attempt to draw in the confirmed shower-ers amongst us. There is nothing quite like a Lush bath (don't even get me started on some of their poor imitators...), but there are plenty of decent shower gels on the market to compete with the lovely ones produced by Lush, so they've had to try to replicate the 'Lush . Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Lush Up You Get Emotibomb Description: Manufacturer: Lush / Type: Shower Product www.lush.co.uk If you haven never shopped there before, it may be important to be aware that Lush isn't the cheapest place to buy products, but this is because they make hand made cosmetics from only natural ingredients and never test on animals. They are committed to reducing packaging and do heaps of charity work so it is worth looking at their website to get an idea of the projects they support and the work that they do. You can also use the website to check out products, order online (orders will arrive packed in popcorn instead ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
In Lush the other day I had to make my purchases up to £20 to take advantage of a special offer so decided to treat myself to an Emotibomb at £1.95 . This is basically a bath bomb for the shower, I do posess a bath but never actually have one so thought this would be a nice alternative. It is similar to a bath bomb, a hard, powdery, smelly lump. This one smells very citrussy and is designed to wake you up in the morning (if you didn't guess that from the name!) I had it under my desk at work all afternoon and kept getting wafts of citrussy Lush smells so was really looking forward to using it. Being a tight git I decided to only use half in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/09, updated on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
For those who don't know how to use these then here's a brief explanation...When in the shower pop one of these on the floor so that the water hits it and it begins to fizz, this will lift a lush smell into the air to wake you up and make the room smell lovely. These are one of my favourite Lush products and you'll see why when I start to tell you about it. First off the Lush up you get emotibomb is meant to be a fizzy bomb for the shower in the morning to wake up with. It's said to be for 'people who have to force themselves out of bed every morning and then after using one of these are bright eyed and cheerful). But of course you can use this whenever you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08, updated on 11/01/12 (Very useful, 198 readings)
Life is tough when you're lazy. Well, it's not really, but getting up in the morning is definitely a struggle when you're as lazy as me. Being a student definitely doesn't help, as if I go to bed early so that I've had enough sleep when I have to get up for 9.15 lectures, I miss out on socialising and having fun with my friends in halls. I usually end up staying up until about 3 o'clock in the morning, and then it's usually impossible to get up at half past eight for a class. Missing a few classes every week isn't really a good idea, so I decided to look for some ways to help me get up without looking like a zombie. When I found out about Lush's new Up You Gets ... Read the complete review
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