The Furze Bath Oil melt at Lush is currently an Oxford Street Exclusive sadly. Fortunately when my Mum and Dad were in London they headed in and picked up this rather strange but very beautiful Lush creation for me to try out.
The design of the bath oil is so unusual, like a little flowering cactus, and is priced at £2. It is also one of their Vegan friendly products. The main ingredients in this luxury bath melt are Organic Shea Butter, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Elderflower, Gardenia Extract and Neroli Oil. The bath oil is decorated with an outer coating of Elderflowers, so it won’t melt in your hand as much as the other bath oils do, and has one or two decorative Amaranth flowers on top.
The Furze bath oil shares it’s scent with Furze Gorilla Liquid Perfume, a fragrance of neroli oil, mimosa absolute and vanilla, which is now available online. As you would expect the Furze bath oil/melt it is very moisturising and soothing on the skin, leaving it feeling soft and nourished with a lovely lingering scent.
The downside with this product is that the oil can be very hard to wash off from your hair, my skin wasn’t left greasy but my hair was. It took me several washes to rinse it all out and in future I will tie my hair up when using a luxury bath oil from Lush.
Whilst I used Furze in a very hot bath the melt time was quite long (around 5 minutes) so this isn’t something to use if you are in a rush.
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