It is a well known fact that Lush is one of my ultimate brands. Not only is it ethical and vegan, Lush tries to be as natural and world friendly as possible. Each year, Lush holds their Creative Showcase and this year I had the chance to go. The Lush Creative Showcase is where Lush showcases all their new Halloween and Christmas products and gives customers the chance to get hands on with their products. They pull in people from all their stores across the UK who take part in the showcase and interact with the attendees and honestly they are brilliant.
This year’s showcase was even bigger than the previous. Jeremy Corbyn, Labour party leader, attended the showcase on the first day and spoke to Lush co-founder Mark Constatine about veganism and being ethical in your daily life. He even got hands on and made his own bath bomb. Unfortunately I did not get to see either but I got very hands on testing out Lush products and made several of my own bath bomb.
Their upcoming Christmas range is definitely one to look out with some amazing products coming online. I loved their glittery pear bath bombs, their bath oils and even their perfume oils. They have got jelly face masks coming out which is a massive change from their fresh face masks. Their Christmas gift boxes are bigger than ever and I can’t wait to show what they have coming up in the next few months.
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