Lush designs letterbox Hand Care Kits for consumers on lockdown

The three sets feature soaps, creams and serums to help destroy the Covid-19 virus and protect skin

Beauty brand Lush has launched a curation of Hand Care Kits that are designed to fit through customers’ letterboxes during the coronavirus lockdown.

The three sets are said to have been hand-picked by Lush’s co-founders Mark and Mo Constantine, and include a number of its best-sellers.

“As soap makers we were surprised to find that our product was the most effective weapon we all have in the fight against coronavirus,” said Mark Constanine.

“In these new kits, we have assembled the most effective soaps alongside products to help soften the skin.”

The Clean & Calm Hand Care Kit (£27) features Lush’s 13 Soap Unlucky for Dirt soap, Sleepy Soap, Tiny Hands solid hand serum, Dream Cream and Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter.

The Clean & Fresh As selection (£25) includes the brand’s Outback Mate soap, Bohemian soap, Tiny Hands solid hand serum and Handy Gurugu hand cream, and is designed to reduce redness and hydrate skin.

Meanwhile Lush’s Clean & Sweet Hand Care Kit (£22) houses Honey I Washed the Kids soap, Milky Bar soap, Helping Hands hand cream and Tiny Hands solid hand serum.

The sets are available exclusively online via uk.lush.com.

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