The ethical and cruelty-free brand has also released a number of eyebrow raising products
Lush is putting its ethical stamp on classic Valentine’s Day gifts. This year, the British cosmetics brand has unveiled its first flower pop-up shop.
Open for one week only across Valentine’s Day, shoppers at Lush’s flagship store on Oxford Street, London, can purchase a bouquet of seasonal, local, traceable and responsibly packaged flowers.
Lush tested out a floral stand concept as its annual Showcase in September 2018, but it has tipped that consumers can expect to see more Lush-branded florists popping up throughout other stores.
To coincide with Valentine’s Day a range of tongue-in-cheek bath bombs that aim to put a smile on users’ faces.
From £3.95, the new range includes peach (or buttocks) icons and the Set Me Free Baby is shaped as the aubergine emoji that “will shoot green and blue foam from both ends”.