Saturday, September 28, 2013

Lush World Peace Bath Bomb (by Ruby)

Hi! I'm Ruby. I'm twelve years old, and I love soap. :)
Today I'm going to be reviewing my first ever bath bomb from Lush. It's called the World Peace Bath bomb, a lovely green and blue bath bomb from Lush that's well, shaped like the world!
''Relax in an oasis of calm as your bath water turns a serene, azure-turquoise and the fresh, sweet scent of peppermint and uplifting tangerine oils envelop you. This is your very own Piece of peace, so take a moment to stop and think. Who will you make peace with?''

When you drop it into your bath and watch it fizzle, your bath turns a mythical, exotic, blue-green color, making you feel as if you are a mystical mermaid in a dazzling lake!
The smell is fresh, crisp peppermint, and not the boring old toothpaste peppermint- it's sweet smelling and relaxing.

When dropping the half of the bath bomb into the water (it was too awesome  to use all at once) the water turned the most stunning  blue-green. My favourite part was when it started to frizz and travel around the tub, sending colours most beautiful in its wake.
I think customers of Lush  and even people who are new to bath bombs would love is a must buy. The smell is fantastic, the colours are amazing, and the look is very nice.

Overall ratings:

Scent: ***** (five roses)
Look: ***** (five roses)
Durability: N/A (you can only use bath bombs once!)
Price: 4.99 Euro  (Editor's Note: The conversion to American Dollars would be $6.75)

And the overall rating is....

Ruby is a twelve-year old perfume and soap lover, and prefers to shop at vegan and no animal testing shops. She blogs about her discoveries and art at

Sunday, September 22, 2013

SPOTTED: EOS Limited Edition Five-Pack

Sound the alarms! Just kidding, but seriously. Taking the spotlight on our first "spotted" post, EOS!

While EOS smooth spheres are sold individually too, they can reach about $4! Pricey. That's why this pack was almost irresistible- you get almost half off! 

The pack contains 5 different flavors:

(Strawberry Sorbet, Cool Mint, Honeysuckle Honeydew, Passion Fruit, and Summer Fruit.)

So, while I don't have a picture of the packaging (but the top picture shows it!) I can tell you that it's located in the pharmacy/cosmetics section. I found this pack literally right between the pharmacy and skincare sections, for $10.99. 

I have to say that Honeysuckle Honeydew and Cool Mint are definitely the best in the set. (Mint is definitely the most potent, while Honeydew has a clean but strong, melon-y scent.)

You can see our review of some EOS lip balms here.

So, check it out! (And while you're there, check out the $50 designer fragrance section!) 

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Fashion Week 2013

Okay, so I know that Le Renifleur is a fragrance/skincare review blog. But I just couldn't resist making a pos about this. After all, hello?! Paris is one of the fashion capitols of the world.  I just HAD to do a post covering this. So bear with me. 

While I cannot name all of the designers for the life of me, and I am most definitely not in Paris, NYC, London, or Milan right now (I wish I was), I've put together a string of my favorite new designs together, along with some inspiration from the designers. These pictures are a collection from my "2013 Fashion Week" board on Pinterest, so have a look!

BCBG Spring Collection

Marc Jacobs/Louis Vutton


Marc Jacobs


Those are my favorite out of the bunch, but you can check out the entire board of pictures HERE!