Freshen up for summer

Lush launches fresh new skincare products

For those looking for a summer glow up or to level up their skincare routine, Lush has launched four new fresh products including fresh cleanser rolls, eye pads and a new fresh face mask available in Lush shops and on These products first launched in the Parisian Fresh shop in 2019 which is bursting with freshly made products as well as locally and ethically sourced flowers.

Fresh is best

Customers can pop in to their local Lush shop or go online for a handmade beauty treat, influenced by the French tradition of buying daily, fresh produce from the market, and then heading home to dive straight in.

Offering an array of innovative and effective products for the face, Lush wants to give customers the opportunity to adopt a fresh lifestyle and shop for the best, freshest cosmetics available. These products are the result of years of development in creating short life cosmetics from natural ingredients.

Fresh isn’t just important to us; it defines us.

Mo Constantine OBE, Lush Co-founder and product inventor

Best used fresh – The products are best used on the day they are purchased, or as soon as possible:

Brush Strokes (£9.00, each)

Fresh Face Mask 

Nourishing ingredients that will feed your skin, leaving you ready for whatever the evening has in store for you. 

Dab with a brush and stroke generously over the face. Leave on for 10 minutes, then wash off with warm water or a damp face towel.

Cucumber Eye Pads (£3.00, each)

Cool and calm your eyes with cucumber and carrageen seaweed. Fresh cucumber puree to reduce puffiness and smooth out fine lines. Simply place over your eyes then sit back and relax. A perfect accompaniment to our fresh face masks.

Store in the fridge until ready to use. They will stay fresh for 3 weeks.

Aloe Bamboo (£9.00, each)

Sugar Cleanser Roll

The classic all-rounder is a softening, soothing and nourishing cleanser. 

Break off a piece. Massage between wet hands before gliding over the face then rinse away with water. 

Illipe of Faith (£9.00, each)

Sugar Cleanser Roll

Calamine powder for those wanting to calm and soothe the skin, while gently cleansing. 

Break off a piece. Massage between wet hands before gliding over the face then rinse away with water.  

An even bigger array of exclusive fresh products is available in the Lush anchor shops in Birmingham, Liverpool and London (Oxford Street). These shops are hosting a Fresh & Flowers concept as seen in Paris​, offering an array of innovative and effective products for face, body and hair and ethical, locally-sourced and seasonal flower bouquets.

The Freshest Cosmetics in a Subscription Box

  • A monthly subscription service with a selection of the freshest cosmetics
  • Cosmetics packed with all the nutrients of fresh fruit, veg and herbs to feed your skin
  • A complimentary posy of ethically sourced flowers
  • Beautifully packaged to fit through your letterbox, fully recyclable and recycled

Lush offers a fresh subscription service. Customers can subscribe for £35 a month and receive a selection of the freshest cosmetics. This concept is inspired by the Parisian Fresh shop which is bursting with freshly made products as well as locally and ethically sourced flowers.

Fresh air, a freshly made bed, and a fresh face. The best things in life are fresh. Exclusive products made by the Lush chefs are delivered to subscribers within 48 hours of being made so that customers can benefit from the very best of the carefully crafted ingredients, with zero preservatives. For further information on the Fresh Subscription Box, please click here.

About Lush

Since establishing over 25 years ago, Lush has been driven by innovation and its ethics. Creators of pioneering beauty products such as the fizzing bath bomb, shower jellies and solid shampoo bars, Lush places emphasis on fresh ingredients like organic fruits and vegetables. Lush fights tirelessly against animal testing and operates a thoroughly comprehensive Ethical Buying department, developing fair and direct trade initiatives.  Lush leads the cosmetics industry in combating over-packaging by running public awareness campaigns and developing products that can be sold ‘naked’ to the consumer without any packaging.

Today Lush operates in 48 countries with over 900 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps, broadcasting channels and digital communities in over 30 languages.

For ideas on how to build your fresh skincare routine, please click here

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