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Butterball Ballistic

Page history last edited by lushalot 6 years, 8 months ago

 

(Light buttery smell, moisturizing)

 

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£1.80 95gs

 

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Synthetic Musk, Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata), Perfume.

 

Lush.a.Lot's Review: I became addicted to this smell the very first time I sniffed a Butterball in my first Lush order ever, a package from the UK. This was the first ballistic I bought from Lush actually. It’s such an absolutely yummy smell that I'm just addicted to. Like buttery vanilla custard. Very moisturizing. You have to use it with hot water (as hot as you can stand) to melt the cocoa butter so it doesn't form little globs in the bath. My favorite thing is to have one or two Butterball's and a Floating Island melt. It's like a buttery marshmellow or something. Ohh.

 

Lush Description: Let's make this clear now; it doesn't have your usual kind of butter in it, the kind of butter that comes from cows. It does have cocoa butter, made from the roasted seeds of the cocoa bean, to condition and soften your skin to make it gloriously smooth to the touch. As the Butterball fizzes into oblivion, the bathroom is scented with ylang ylang with a touch of (synthetic*) musk and a hint of chocolate from the tiny shavings of cocoa butter that melt in the water's warmth. Your whole body will be moisturised and perfumed so beautifully that you won't want to put your clothes back on. Use Butterball just before bedtime or whenever you're going to wear something that reveals an expanse of bare skin.

*Synthetic because we think that civet cats' scent glands should be used for the benefit of other civet cats not human beings.

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