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Are there any perfumes that smell like Lush Outback Mate?

(9 Posts)
Stormsurfer Tue 20-Feb-18 23:46:42

I love the smell of the soap and would like to smell like that all day! The Lush description says it is eucalyptus, lemongrass and peppermint. Would that even work as a perfume? Or would it be an aftershave?

Ollivander84 Wed 21-Feb-18 00:45:17

Struggling to find it in the U.K., maybe try eBay but this might work?
https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Thymes/Eucalyptus-8880.html

Have you tried Lush dirty?

Ollivander84 Wed 21-Feb-18 00:50:08

Or this
https://www.etsy.com/listing/238564982/eucalyptus-mint-perfume-oil-womens-roll

Or something like this
http://www.libertylondon.com/uk/agua-de-colonia-concentrada-travel-spray-80ml-R091554006.html?dwvar000531359color=98-NO%20COLOUR&referrer=departments&listsrc=Feminine%20Perfume&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIobHDweS12QIVpLXtCh1nkAcAEAQYBCABEgL48DBwE

AnonymousNovelist Wed 21-Feb-18 01:13:12

Lush release perfumes of their bestselling product scents periodically. Tweet them maybe?

Stormsurfer Wed 21-Feb-18 08:03:12

Thank you, ollivander I'll have a look at those - very helpful. Thank to you too anonymous I will try that - worth a try as i love the smell.

VandelayIndustries Wed 21-Feb-18 08:05:02

Could you not get those three essential oils and combine them at home?

Stormsurfer Wed 21-Feb-18 19:12:14

Now there's a thought- but how would I know what proportions? Trial and error?

VandelayIndustries Wed 21-Feb-18 21:58:00

Yes. I once suffered through an aromatherapy party (fix your child’s anxiety/dyslexia/bedwetting by smelling this smell) but afterwards I did buy some essential oils to use as purfume. You just mix them with an oil with no smell like vegetable oil.

Stormsurfer Wed 21-Feb-18 22:27:21

Worth a try!

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