Lush Has Launched A New Halloween Collection Full Of Spooky Treats
Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble!
Fit for any self-respecting witch or wizard, the range is full of spooky treats (no tricks here!) and available to shop online, too.
The completely vegan range is made up of the brand's bestsellers and returning favourites, along with some exciting new goodies.
For starters, there's a load of ghoulishly good bath bombs.
The Bat Art Bath Bomb (£4.95) has a fresh, herbal scent and dissolves to turn your bath waters dark and glittery.
Meanwhile, the bright orange Punkin Pumpkin Bath Bomb (£4.95) is infused with sharp-sweet citrus oils to bring a little magic to your tub.
Elsewhere, the Monsters Ball Bath Bomb (£5.50) creates swirling pink and blue waters and is a monster mash of uplifting essential oils.
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From the returning bestsellers, we have the green-toned Lord of Misrule Bath Bomb (£4.95). Inspired by the ruler of the pagan Feast of Fools, the fragrant bombs offers a spicy herbal blend of patchouli and black pepper oil. Mmm!
Alternatively, you can freshen up with a Ghost In The Dark Soap (£5). With its super cute smiley face, the soap reminds us of Casper the Friendly Ghost.
For the cat lover in your life, we recommend the feline-faced Bewitched Bubble Bar (£5.50) which gives off blackberry scented bubbles and is laced with plastic-free glitter.
On the scrubs and gels front, we've got our eye on the new Toffee Apple Lip Scrub (£6.50), a two-tone delight of gorgeous green apple and blood red sticky toffee, for a devilishly softened pout.
In the shower, we'll be slathering ourselves in the brand new Very Very Frightening! Shower Gel (£12), which is crammed with fresh lemon and fig juice, and is palm and SLS free.
Otherwise, get playful with Boo Shower Slime (£6), a spooky black concoction packed with scrubby ground coconut shell to exfoliate skin.
Happy shopping, witchy sisterhood!
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