93,000 Miles Shower Jelly 

This has got to be my miracle product I just can’t get enough of it and I am so great full to lush for making it. As an escapologist and magicians assistant my body gets bumped, bruised and worked pretty hard.so it’s brilliant to have a product that helps to Sooth my tired muscles .

Shower jellies are quite an interesting concept, and if you have never used a shower jelly before you may find it rather strange. A shower jelly was one of the very first products that I ever brought from lush and from then onwards I have always been a sucker for any shower jelly.

The 93,000 miles shower jelly, is a stunning orange colour which attracted me straight away. I always love how the shower jelly are displayed in the shops and to no surprise they look just like a little mini jelly you would find at a birthday party. But the colour of this particular jelly is stunning. The consistency of a shower jelly is the same as the food and I just love how wobbly it is, some times if you jelly melts it can be a bit watery or even sticky, but in most cases you won’t have this issue.

The 93,000 miles shower jelly was originally an Oxford street exclusive but has now been released into general sale which I am exstremly happy about.

Lush describe 93,000 miles as:

After your muscles have been hitting the running tracks, have a run-in with this invigorating eucalyptus and mint jelly. Whether you like it fast or slow, whether you’ve completed a marathon or mastered a sprint finish this bright wobbly jelly will loosen aches and pains and send lingering cramp on its way. Take it straight out of the freezer and into the shower to enjoy the energising power of invigorating peppermint and warming spicy cinnamon leaf oils.

The scent of this little shower jelly is quite strong and rather unique I’m not sure if it would be everyone’s cup of tea.
It’s main ingredients are eucalyptus and mint which help to create a very cooling and refreshing experience. The jelly also contains cinnamon leaf oils which create a nice warming element, in my opinion you can really smell the Cinnamon and overall it works very well with the other ingredients including peppermint oil.

The scent of this product really reminds me of the scents of products such as deep heat, which makes sense as this product is designed to work in a similar way as deep heat and other such products.

The clever mix of ingredients are all chosen carefully so that they help to relax and Sooth tired and aching muscles and what an excellent job they do.

The jelly makes my skin tingle and creates a warming sensation which is especially noticeable once out of the shower but it never fails to make my aching body feel relaxed and soothed.

Top tips: 

Now using a shower jelly is always a bit of a challenge and there are many ways in which you can use it. So here are some of my top tips on how to use a shower jelly. You could use the whole product which I tend to do mainly because I enjoy trying to keep hold of it in the shower (once wet it is very hard to keep hold of as it’s pretty much just a bit jelly) . A lot of people like to chop there shower jelly up into smaller pieces which makes using this product a lot easier. Some other great things you might like to try is popping your shower jelly in the freezer or fridge before you use it. I haven’t tried this yet but think it would be great for hot days and would work amazingly with the 93,000 miles jelly. And finally I also like to use my shower jelly as bubble bath, if you run a small price under the tap it will create lots and lots of super soft bubbles.

How ever you choose to use shower jellies you are definitely going to have lots and lots of fun so enjoy.

Price – 100g = £3.50.    200g= £6.95

Ingredients – Eucalyptus and mint infusion, glycerine, water (Aqua), sodium laureth sulfate, propylene glycol, carrageenan extract, perfume , cinnamon leaf oil, peppermint oil, extra virgin coconut oil, cinnamyl alcohol, cinnamyl, coumarin, eugenol, isoeugenol, benzyl benzoate, limonene, linalool, colour 14700, colour 15510, methylparaben, propyl parable.


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