Lush Has Revealed Its New Christmas Range And Yup We're Going To Need It All
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And now Lush has dropped its latest line of festive-themed bath bombs, gift sets and Christmas wrapping - and let's just say, we want it all.
Already landed online and in stores, the new collection features 32 new bath bombs including Christmas pudding, Santa, candy canes, presents and igloo iterations.
What's more, there's a ton of new gift wraps options that the environment will thank you for.
From the Organic Cotton and recycled bottles used to make Knot Wraps (a reusable alternative to traditional gift wrap) to pretty papers made from 100 per cent recycled materials or fibers such as waste Organic Banana fibre and Loktagrown in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Buying them, you'll be supporting communities and artisans who've made them.
"Lush is so pleased to celebrate Christmas in such a spectacular way.It's always a busy season for us and this year we have created even more original products for everyone." said Mark Constantine, co-founder and managing director.
In addition to the main collection, Lush will also be launching three Christmas Gift Concepts launching in Liverpool, Oxford Street and Birmingham (including an entire floor dedicated to Christmas in Liverpool).
In August, the bath bomb pioneers launched its The Lush Advent Calendar, a limited edition advent featuring a super cool fold out design.
But this isn't like your normal advent: instead of paper doors and plastic chocolate, you'll get a beautifully decorated chest, done up with ribbons, that folds out to reveal three drawers filled with 24 full-sized Lush products.
The chest is completely reusable and recyclable so you can keep it on your dressing table and fill it with your own beauty products, jewellery or whatever you like when Christmas is over and done with.
"We always want to produce packaging that is beautiful and long lasting. When we approached designing an advent calendar, we knew it had to be something special that would have a life after Christmas too," said Suzie Hackney, Head of Creative Direction at Lush.
"The drawers make this design really functional but you still have the traditional way of opening an advent - hunting for the number and having the excitement of revealing a new product every day."
Anyone else getting SO excited for Christmas?