It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of an inviting bath, must be in want of a softening bath oil. However little known the feelings or views of such a person, it seems nonsensical to suggest they wouldn't delight in the scent of moors covered in gorse bushes. Infuse bath waters with dried elderflowers, as neroli oil swirls, lifting moods and brightening skin. Fair Trade organic cocoa butter intensely moisturises for beautifully softened skin. This quintessentially English bath oil looks prickly at first (it's pressed with three amaranth flowers after all), but when its shell blooms away it's a softie at heart.
This product melts in a warm bath so during hot spells it may start melting before it reaches your bathroom - You have been warmed!
About 2 years ago
This is my favourite Lush product I've ever used. The smell is very unique and gorgeous can't describe it or compare to anything it just has a natural scent of the forest during spring. Your skin will be so soft after having a bath with this product. Give it a try :)
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About 3 years ago
These little bath oils arrived in the US in perfect condition. They are almost too pretty to use. Because I smell vanilla in them, I used a Butterball bath bomb and then added my Furze bath oil. My bath was so relaxing and moisturizing. The oils really added a softness and "fresh meadows" aroma to my bath. And another bonus is the darling little purple amaranth flowers can be saved and used for decorations or art projects. :-)
About 2 weeks ago
Kinda meh by itself but mixed with sex bomb well ....... what can I say except I felt like I was in a beautiful jasmine flower garden.
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
This left my skin feeling lovely and soft however I didn’t like the smell and there were very few flowers floating in the water. Looking forward to trying other Lush bath oils!
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