For some reason I always think of Adam and Eve. Maybe because they rhyme? (Nevermind, I just found it in the Lush description!)
Anyway, I bought this from the Lush store in Saarbrucken- my favorite lush store by the way. It was expensive as is all Lush products. So on with the review:
I bought this pretty much un-smelled. I kept trying to sniff it in the store but all I kept smelling was the Lush store. It wasn't until I left the store and was in the car heading home that I could smell it. And...I like it? (I do mean to put a question mark). Then I sniffed again and again and the more I sniffed the more it grew on me. It's hard to describe the scent. It's herbal, a little bit floral, and very fresh.
Before I used it I let it sit in my room cut into about five pieces and I would catch whiffs of it and it smelled great. I would LOVE a candle or lotion in this scent. I hear Dorothy Bubble bar is supposed to have the same scent.
But in the shower....it just doesn't measure up. It's not strong enough, I mean I could smell it but I want it to smell the bathroom up.
It leaves my skin pretty moist- I'm guessing that is the Aloe Vera in it...but my skin appears dry looking so I do need to lotion.
As for looks, it isn't the best looking soap at the Lush display. I looks kind of earthy with it's fig leaves brownish color.
The actual soap has fig seeds in them that are nice and scrubby but I can see how they could be harsh if you press too hard. I like the exfoliation but if you don't you could just rub it into the loofah for bubbles.
Oh yeah, and this soap is not a latherer (is that a word?). Unless you do use a loofah.
And it doesn't melt as quickly as some of the others!
Overall, it was aight. But I probably wouldn't buy again. I wish Lush made candles though because I really would like my room to smell like this!