This is a teeny bottle shaped massage bar that was launched as a part of the limited edition from Lush for Valentine’s Day last year. It fits snugly between your hands and that is how small it is. I love the fragrance of this massage bar, very citrusy and it has a warm fragrance. It is not overpowering and nor does the fragrance fade away after a while. I found this perfect to use before I went to sleep so that I woke up with my skin soft and moisturised.
Price and Shelf Life
This 50 gm bar is priced at INR 695 and comes with a shelf life of about one year.
Where can I buy this?
Try ordering it from an online Lush store or walk in to a Lush store if there is one in your city. I whacked this off a friend who was not using it! Blasphemy I tell you, letting Lush lie to waste.
How do I use it?
I place it between my palms for about a minute, till it warms up and then slide it over the arms and legs. This massage bar is so awesome that it doubles up as a moisturiser too. It gets absorbed in the skin really fast and it does not leave you feeling greasy. This could be because of the cornflour in the massage bar that is soaking up the extra oils if any.
Will I recommend this?
Even if I said yes, i t would not help because this is no longer available.
Okay, so what does Lush say about this massage bar?
In days of yore, a young maiden with her eyes on a likely lad would ask the village wise woman for a love potion. These days a girl needs to take a more hands-on approach, so we’ve created this modern alternative which is sure to get you plenty of amorous attention from your special someone.
Love Potion is a massage bar with a difference. As well as the soft, melty cocoa and shea butters we’ve added some cornflour to the mix, which absorbs excess oils. So when the massage is over, you’ll be left with skin that feels soft and touchable, but not greasy.
Love Potion is perfumed with our best-selling Love fragrance; a light, sexy apple scent with citrusy top notes to inspire devotion.
What this massage bar contains?
Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Cornflour, Apple Blossom and Orris Root Infusion, Fair Trade Olive Oil, Kaolin, Perfume, Fresh Carnation, Bergamot Oil, Jasmine Absolute, Lemongrass Oil, Rose Absolute, Ylang Ylang Oil, Magnesium Carbonate, Snowflake Lustre, *Benzyl Alcohol, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Cinnamal, Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Geraniol, *Isoeugenol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Citronellol, *Famesol, *Limonene, *Citral, *Linalool, Colour 73360
The ones in bold are synthetic ingredients and the ones marked with asterix denote that it occurs in natural oils.
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