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A French Kiss Bubble Bar Slice

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A French Kiss (lavender)






Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Cream of Tartar (Tartaric acid), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Perfume, Coconut Milk Powder (Cocos nucifera), Cocamide DEA, Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis), Thyme Oil (Thymus vulgaris), Lavender Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Lavender Absolute (Lavendula hybrida), Lavender Sprigs (Lavendula hybrida), D&C Red No. 33, FD&C Blue No. 1


Lush.a.Lot's Review: This is a beautiful bubble bar looking like a confection. It's in the shape of a huge Hershey's "kiss" and it's swirled with white and purple. French Kiss smells like lavender, similar to the Lush soap "Ooh La La" but less herbal. I don't get that "spa-like" lavender effect that "Pleasure Dough" gives, but this French Kiss is quite nice. It smells of soothing lavender and lovely herbs. Fresh rosemary and thyme combine with the lavender for a lovely fresh scent. The deep purple color doesn't hurt it's rating with me. I like it alot with "Waving Not Drowning" ballistic sometimes for an amped up lavender scent, or a "Dreamtime" bath melt or sometimes "Shnuggle" body butter rubbed on after bath for a more powdery soft lavender combination.


Lush Times 2006 description: This lavender Bubble Bar Slice looks as if it came from the window of a French chocolate shop. It has the refreshing, reviving Ooh La La fragrance of our lavender, rosemary and thyme soap, to bring to mind the undulating herb fields of southern France. For the ultimate in sensual bathing, may we suggest that you try some lavender flavoured chocolate as you bathe in your bubbly French Kiss bath. Madame Meyer's shop in Annecy (France) and Rococo in the King's Road, London (UK) do rather good ones. (All you need for absolute perfection, is a guitar-playing gypsy to sing to you.)

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