Introducing Lulah! Flirty and Fun Bath & Body Care

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Introducing a new fashion-fragrance brand, Lulah, created by the parent company, Thymes.  Thymes is  top on my list for high-quality fragrance, body care and home fragrance. Their scents are beautiful–I especially love Filigree, reviewed here. If you are looking to keep your home warm, cozy and smelling fresh, Thymes has a lovely collection of candles, diffusers and sprays. Lulah is Thymes newest foray into the bath and body market.

Inspired by today’s stylish woman, Lulah features a fresh, flirty, fun assortment of strikingly luxe aromatics and skin-enhancing ingredients. Thoughtfully crafted, Lulah provides sophisticated fragrances at everyday prices.

 

 

These scents are not too strong or synthetic, beauties. They are the Goldilocks of bath and body fragrance–not too teeny- bopper, not powdery old lady, but just right. Each artisan scent is designed to evoke a particular mood–spontaneous or zen, dreamy or adventurous--and inspires the Lulah girl to express her essence through fragrance

The Lulah Collection includes: body wash, body lotion, body mist and hand cream in the following scents:

Peony: Like spring’s first bouquet, this scent has fresh feminine appeal to burn. Smart, sensual and sensational, the fragrance combines sweet hyacinth, white magnolia, soft angelica seed, tranquil iris, sensual woods and gentle musk to capture the joy of inhaling sweet spring blooms. This is a lovely floral scent grounded by wood and musk. A very sweet, feminine fragrance.

Magnolia Fig: Embrace the day with the lush, sparkling lure of blossoming magnolia and ripe fig. Sun-drenched nectars, bright petitgrain and sweet mandarin meet tart lemon peel and soft woods for a layered, luminous effect.

I was given the Magnolia Fig body wash to try. Although I adore white florals, I like light, soft florals and most magnolia scents tend to be too strong for me. Lulah Magnolia Fig is the perfect blend of floral, citrus and wood making it quite sophisticated for a bath & body scent. I wish we had smell-o-puter so you could sniff this scent–it’s that good! This body wash produces rich, creamy lather that leaves skin feeling soft and not stripped.

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Vanilla Orchid: Like a blissful breeze, this sweet floral uplifts and invigorates. But don’t be deceived–there are no shrinking violets here. The daring scent blends lush orchid, sweet jasmine, comforting vanilla, soft sandalwood and tonka bean to make you feel bold and brilliant. Another floral tempered by warm vanilla, this is a very complex, elegant scent. It has a chic signature.

Citron: Quench your thirst for adventure with the fresh, juicy spritzer that is Citron. Blending pink pamplemousse, tart lemon, sweet basil and herbal tea leaves, the scent is a welcome boost that lasts all day. This scent reminds me of a refreshing, sprakling summer drink.

Citron hand cream is a lovely light citrus scent that does not overwhelm. The cream absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave my hands feeling greasy.

Tamarind Ginger: Bliss out and get your zen on with the wake up call of Tamarind Ginger. A supercharged shot of energy, the combination of uplifting ginger, zesty lime, tangy tamarind, juicy cucumber and airy ambrette seed is a refreshing wake up call. A spicy, energized scent for those that like a bold scent. 

Lulah products are proudly made in the USA and are free from:

  • Parabens 
  • Phthalates 
  • Petrolatum 
  • Mineral Oil 
  • SLS/SLES 
  • Animal Testing

The collection ranges in price from $9-$13. A budget bargain!

Bottom Line: I’m really impressed with the Lulah line. These are high quality, high performance products from a reputable company that are reasonably priced. The scents are very well done with a great mix of floral, citrus and spicy to please all noses. Highly recommended!

 

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  1. Harshleen says:

    Loved you review! I tried the Magnolia fig hand cream and actually like the scent better than Peony. Now I want to try vanilla orchid…. it sounds lovely!

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