Celebrate Foaming Body Scrub from Lush

The Celebrate Foaming Body Scrub is a brand-new, limited-edition product from Lush’s 2023 Easter line. 

It is sold in pots of 240g and is described on Lush’s website as a ‘Citrussy sweet celebratory scrub’ that is Lush’s take on a ‘luxurious, champagne bathing experience’. Lush have released quite a few body scrubs to date BUT none have been a foaming body scrub. 

The Celebrate foaming body scrub is a vibrant yellow colour and is a little harder consistency-wise than I am used to from Lush body scrubs. Its texture is very similar to a lip balm but with grit. 

Although it is slightly more solid than other potted, Lush-body-scrubs it’s very easy to get out of the pot, ready to use.

Celebrate foaming body scrub’s scent is as its name suggests, Celebrate scented. Celebrate is a very popular scent-family amongst Lush customers and has featured in several other recently released products such as the Tea Party bath bomb and the massage bar of the same name. Other products that share its scent are the Celebrate body spray and Golden Pudding bath bomb.

The Celebrate foaming body scrub contains a long list of ingredients, some of those included are, sweet wild orange oil, lime oil, jojoba oil and soya oil. Also included in the ingredients list is ground white rice. This is the secret-scrubby-ingredient that makes the Celebrate foaming body scrub such a great exfoliator.

A very small amount of the Celebrate foaming body scrub goes a long way, I scoop out about 3 fingers worth and that easily does my whole body. I recommend starting off by working it into wet skin slowly, this seems to get the most out of it being a scrub, once you feel like you have scrubbed enough add a little bit more water and speed up the rubbing-in to make it foam up, cleansing and exfoliating your skin all in one.

The one thing that I feel that I need to point out is that less is more when it comes down to the Celebrate foaming body scrub. I found using too much left my skin oilier than I like my skin to feel if I’m just getting out of the shower.

Its tangy citrusy scent with notes of bubbly champagne remains on your skin long after you have used it. It leaves my skin smoother, brighter-in-appearance and incredibly hydrated. There is no need to moisturise after using it.

I found that the end-result of using it, isn’t as oily-an-experience if you start off by rubbing it into your skin slowly. In short, if you don’t give it a proper chance to scrub and then foam-up it will feel very cakey on your skin once out of the shower. A small amount is best and putting it on slowly makes for the best results.

Overall, I love the Celebrate foaming body scrub. I cannot wait to see if Lush create more foaming body scrubs in the future!

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Co-Mingle Body Scrub from Lush

The Co-Mingle Body Scrub first came out back in March 2022 and has been a staple, all-year-round product ever since. Since its release I have worked my way through several pots. Spoiler alert, I love it!

Co-Mingle is sold in pots of 225g and is described on Lush’s website as a ‘3 in 1 lavender dream’, This is because Co-Mingle isn’t just any old body scrub, it’s a body scrub, moisturiser and body wash.

This 3 in 1 product is the first of its kind from Lush, when I first heard of it, I really didn’t know what to expect but was, as always, keen to give it a go.

The Co-Mingle body scrub is pastel pink and has a fluffy, light, mousse-like texture, it’s really unlike any body scrub Lush have ever released before.

Co-Mingles scent is very similar to the scent of the Deep Sleep bath bomb, it’s not quite the same but close enough for me to warrant mentioning it here. Co-Mingle contains a long list of ingredients, some of those included are, vanilla pod infusion and both lavender and almond oils.

Also included in the ingredients list are ground tagua nut and bamboo, this golden duo is the secret scrubby ingredients that makes Co-Mingle such a good exfoliator. 

A very small amount of the Co-Mingle body scrub goes a long way, I however ALWAYS overindulge when using it. I scoop out about 3 fingers worth and that easily does my whole body. I recommend starting off by working it into your skin slowly, this seems to get the most out of it being a scrub, moisturiser, and body wash.

The Co-Mingle body scrubs scent and gentle scrubbiness makes it perfect for me to use of a night-time especially when I struggle with restless legs. The scent calms me down and rubbing it on any part of my body that hurts really does soothe my muscles, it also seems to put an end to my muscles twitching stopping them from keeping me awake.

I mentioned earlier that the Co-Mingle body scrub is a staple, all-year-round product and I am so very grateful for this. From its release, it quickly became one of my favourite Lush products and one I always need to have a pot of.

The only other Lush product that ALWAYS helps me sleep of a night time is the Blackberry bath bomb, I’m devastated that Lush have discontinued it and am terrified that Co-Mingle will also get the chop one day.

The Co-Mingle body scrub truly is a 3 in 1 product, after using it my skin feels smoother, appears brighter and is so incredibly hydrated. There really is no need to moisturise after using it. It also cleans just as good as any shower gel or body wash.

I’m head over heels in love with Co-Mingle, it’s the type of product that made me obsessed with Lush in the first place, it’s gold dust. Anything that helps me feel as good as Co-Mingle does has a permanent place in my bathroom.

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Cookie Dough Body Scrub from Lush

Cookie Dough Body Scrub

The Cookie Dough Body Scrub was released by Lush back in June of this year (2019), previous to its release Lush had released a lip scrub of the same name, the Cookie Dough lip scrub. The lip scrub remains very popular amongst customers so it was only natural for Lush to expand the Cookie Dough line by creating a Cookie Dough body scrub.

I admit I am not a huge fan of super sweet scents or flavours, but I got on ok with the Cookie Dough lip scrub, after hearing that the Cookie Dough body scrub was slightly thicker than the likes of the most recently released shower scrubs such as Mamma Mia and Scrub Scrub Scrub I wanted to give it a go.

Some people like gentle exfoliation products whilst I enjoy a rougher experience. As soon as I had a pot of the Cookie Dough body scrub in my hands I pulled off the lid excited to see what it was like. I’d actually describe it as very similar to the consistency of the Let the Good Times Roll fresh facial cleanser, it also looks very similar to actual cookie dough. I have however been reliably informed that it doesn’t taste like it… 😉

The Cookie Dough body scrub contains both fine sea salt and granulated sugar, this is the ingredients that act as the exfoliant, other included ingredients that add to its feel and fragrance are vanilla absolute and almond, pistachio and hazelnut oils.

Scent wise, I don’t think if I was going on a sniff test alone that I would say the Cookie Dough body scrub was exactly the same fragrance as the lip scrub. I find a lot sweeter, I can definitely detect the almond oil within it but sadly my nose doesn’t pick up on any of the hazelnut oil at all.

What surprised me the most was how thick the Cookie Dough body scrub was. I knew from what other people had said that it was going to be a chunkier formula than what we were used to from Lush BUT I just couldn’t quite believe how thick. At first I thought it was too thick to even get into a lather, after adding water to the mix of it in my hand it however became a lot easier to use, adopting a similar consistency to butter.

As body scrubs go I would say that Cookie Dough is one of the more gentle ones making it a good bet for those with sensitive skin, I’d recommend trying a sample of it before hand just to make sure though as everyone is different. A little of the body scrub does go a long way once blended with enough water. While my skin wasn’t left as exfoliated as I’d ordinarily like, it did leave my skin feeling soft.

After use its scent remains on my skin for an hour or 2. As I’m not a huge fan of the sweet scent that it boasts, this didn’t really effect my feelings towards it. I can imagine the Cookie Dough body scrub being a good product to use after a long day in the sun. The oils in it really do nourish and soften your skin.

Overall the Cookie Dough body scrub was a product I enjoyed using and it made a nice change from the shower scrubs. I will however be sticking with the Lush shower scrubs as I find their level of scrubbiness suits my skins needs much better. I’d definitely recommend giving it a try though!

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Cherryish Body Scrub from Lush

Cherryish Body Scrub

The Cherryish Body Scrub is a brand new Lush product from the 2018 Valentine’s range. Although it has been labeled up as a body scrub, it is in fact the perfect mix of both a body scrub and a moisturising body butter. It does a brilliant job at both hydrating and exfoliating your skin ALL at the same time. Containing a long list of skin loving ingredients, Cherryish has gone down a storm within the Lush Community.

Last year Lush released a similar product to Cherryish called the Scrubee body butter. Scrubee was a hugely successful product, I can see exactly why Lush decided to create more just like it.

I admit that when I first see the Cherryish I wasn’t sure on it but once I had tried it, I knew it was going to be yet another best seller. Currently there is a rumour bouncing around that the Cherryish body scrub won’t be retiring once the Valentine period ends, instead it will stay on as a permanent product just as Scrubee did last year. I have my fingers crossed that it does stay!

Cherryish is jam packed full of skin soothingly fabulous ingredients. When I say jam packed I really do mean jam packed. it’s hard to believe that so many ingredients are in this gorgeous body scrub. The main ingredient is the fair trade cocoa butter and alongside that, Cherryish also includes, almond oil, coconut oil, fresh apple pulp, vegan white chocolate, sea salt, dried cherries and ground cherry stones too. It really is a ‘chocolate and cherry delight’, the cocoa butter soothes the skin while the ground cherry stones exfoliate the skin.

I love how gentle Cherryish is on your skin, its level of gentleness doesn’t compromise on how well it scrubs and buffs your skin either. This is a huge bonus for those, like me, who have sensitive skin. Every ingredient that is in Cherryish has been chosen for a reason and this shows during use.

Cherryish fits into your hand perfectly, I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly it got to work too. With minimum effort I was moisturising and exfoliating my skin in no time at all. I didn’t have to lather it up, it just started working as soon as I started to rub it onto my wet skin.

I wasn’t sure if I’d like Cherryish at first purely because it was a ‘cherry’ product, I’m not a huge fan of cherries but the Cherryish body scrub has changed my perspective. (That and the cherry drop sweets!). I have never got on with any other cherry based Lush product so Cherryish was a more than welcome surprise. I would go as far as to say that I like the Cherryish body scrub much more than I do the Scrubee body butter. This, I did not expect at all.

My most favourite thing about Cherryish is that it isn’t anywhere near as greasy as other body scrubs and butters that I have used before now. Cherryish soaks in to your skin very quickly while also keeping your skin looking and feeling healthy, hydrated and not at all clammy. Clean up after using Cherryish is also effortless. A quick rinse and all of the debris (not that you get much) rinses away.

After use, my skin looked and felt velvet like and did so for the next 3 to 4 days. Cherryish has a soft cherry fragrance, with a hint of sugar sweetness which I am guessing is the white chocolate. The chocolate element of it wasn’t at all apparent to me until I started using it, wow is the first word that sprang to my mind. Its scent is subtle but lasts, I could still identify it on my skin the next day which is rare for a Lush product that has such a gentle scent. I totally recommend Cherryish, for newbie Lushies or long-time Lushies, it’s sure to impress everyone!

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Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub from Lush

Check out my review on the Rub Rub Rub @Lushltd’s @LushCosmetics shower scrub


The exfoliation of your skin has a very long list of skin-perfecting benefits. I cannot believe the number of people that do not know how essential exfoliating is for the upkeep of beautiful skin. I never used to think that it was as a very important job myself, that is until I had a chocolate sauce massage followed by the most epic sea-salt body scrub.

It was a birthday treat booked by my boyfriend while we were on holiday in Egypt, we were in our early twenties at the time and ever since the experience, it has changed my skin for the better.

I couldn’t get over how beautiful my skin felt and looked, I was glowing. My sun tan was the best it had ever been and my skin tone was completely even. I have a number of dark and  light patches of skin all over my body. I have always been very self conscious of them and ashamed at how uneven and strange they make my skin appear. Description wise I would compare it to a very bad patchy, fake tan – which we can all appreciate is no fun at all.

Once my Egyptian salt scrub was over I couldn’t quite believe what I was looking at in the mirror. For the first time ever I was confident about the look and feel of my skin. I felt amazing!

Lush’s Rub Rub Rub shower scrub is the closest formula out there to whatever Egyptian magic they used on me that day. Packed with skin reviving ingredients I always make sure I have a pot of this on my shelf to use at least once a week. I dread to think of what my skin would look like without it.

Sharing its scent with the Sakura Bath Bomb, Rub Rub Rub gives off a very refreshing and clean fragrance.


The tiniest amount of this shower scrub goes a very long way, I have heard many positive reviews on Rub Rub Rub. For me, it evens out my skin tone, softens my skin and also helps keep any annoying black heads or breakouts at bay.

It is the perfect product to not only clean and clear your pores of excess oil, dirt and yucky dead skin but also to make your skin softer in appearance as well as to touch.

I’d also like to point out that the Rub Rub Rub scrub is a little more heavy duty than some of the alternative exfoliating products out there. For someone like me having an incredibly noticeable, uneven skin tone it is gold dust!

It’s a fairly gentle but effective formula, not so harsh that it makes my skin sore and not so soft that I can’t see or feel the difference after using it. It is worth every penny.

If your skin is sensitive I would maybe try something more gentle for your face. My go to face exfoliator is Lush’s Cup O’ Coffee. In the Winter I however stick to using Rub Rub Rub or the Ocean Salt and Face Body Scrub.


The consistency of Rub Rub Rub to touch reminds me of a Slush Puppy, it however isn’t as cold, I do know of some people using it straight from the fridge though. I have yet to try it  fresh from the fridge but now the nights are getting warmer I’m leaning towards giving it a go.

As said above, a little goes a long way, I can scrub down the whole of my body with the equivalent of a table spoon worth of product.

Rub Rub Rub isn’t just a shower scrub either, I love when a product isn’t a one trick pony. It can also be used as a shampoo, the sea salt stimulates your roots and massages your scalp so well, it’s my idea of heaven. When I use it, it adds so much volume to my flat, dull and boring hair – another problem I have.

All in all I am very impressed with the Rub Rub Rub shower scrub. It also comes in a solid form but after trying both I find the potted form of it lasts longer and is better value for money.

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