Neon Love Soap

So now that all of my LUSH holiday reviews are out of the way, it is time for the next LUSH holiday collection, Valentine’s! I would first like to start of my reviews with the Neon Love Soap. I bet a lot of LUSHies have already tried this flirty, fruity love soap!

Here are some of my soap images and a social media post of the large soap:

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SMELL: This soap is super fruity… it is a twin to the other LUSH Valentine’s Day product, Prince Charming. I am not a huge fan of this fruit smell because it is very very specific. It takes a little while to get used too. The fruits that create the smell are passion fruit and figs.

LATHER: This lather is much like the one from the Snow Globe LUSH soap. The white hearts lather a lot more than the pink sections. So the lather is a bit awkward if you ask me! Good lather and nice bubbles are a must for me!

INGREDIENTS: Neon Love soap has many fresh, sustainable ingredients in it. The list of fresh ingredients are:

  • Rapeseed Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Fresh Passion Fruit
  • Fresh Figs
  • Rosewood Oil

LARGER PICTURE: The large Neon Love soap is so adorable. It is pictured above from the LUSH Cosmetics Willowbrook Mall’s Facebook. I love the heart shape, cranberry color and yellow “Love” in cursive.

LIMITED EDITION: Like I said in the intro paragraph, this soap is a limited edition soap from LUSH’s Valentine’s 2014 Collection. There are six other Valentine’s products which range from lip gloss to massage bars. This soap is even more unique because it was inspired by the 12 Months of Neon Love Public Art project.

This is a great, unique, fruit filled soap! I suggest it for any LUSHie who is a fan of LUSH soap products.  Have you tried any of the new Valentine line yet?

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