Bubblegum comes in a clear glass jar with a black, plastic, screw on cap. The cap features a label with the name of the product, and Lush's logo and tagline. A black label wraps around the jar, containing a full ingredient list, vegan symbol for quick reference, directions, and some company info. Very informative and thorough for such a little label. I think this little jar is kinda adorable. Good job Lush. The only downfall is the scary "made by" sticker on the bottom.
St. Ives Apricot Scrub, or even what some honey and brown sugar could do. Regardless of being unnecessary product, it gets the job done. After use I apply lip balm and some vaseline to seal in the moisture. I use this scrub every other day.
Lush's Bubblegum Lip Scrub has been on my wishlist for quite a while, I'm glad I finally got it. However, it's completely unnecessary. Your current scrub will do just as good, though it probably won't give you that little bit of moisture I get from Bubblegum. The flavor and scent are really nice and sweet, and the name and packaging are cute. Do I recommend Bubblegum? Only if you have a spare $10 and feel like treating yourself to something nice, but not needed. I probably won't repurchase Bubblegum, even so, I wouldn't need to for a while, there's a ton of product. I guess the value isn't quite as bad as it seems, but it's still pricey for what it is.
Castor Oil, Sugar, Organic Jojoba Oil, Flavor, Color 45410, Flavor 45380