Lush comes to Summer Festivals 2023

This summer, Lush is visiting a number of festivals across the country, bringing everything from luxurious spa treatments to professional hair services. Attendees will also enjoy festival-essential products, so they can freshen up and feel lusher than when they arrived.


London, 15th-16th July & Manchester, 2nd-3rd September

Lush is the official massage partner of the Happy Place Festival, bringing a taste of the Lush Spa magic with three ‘taster’ treatments which are good for the client, and the planet.

Celebrating the relaunch of Lush Spa’s first ever treatment, a miniature version of Synaesthesia will be on offer; a transformative back, neck and shoulder massage which is sure to energise weary festival-goers.

Happy Face is a Happy Place exclusive, an uplifting miniature version of Lush Spa’s Validation Facial with a cleanse, tone, face and scalp massage, cooling gel mask & deep moisturise.

The Spell is the perfect treatment to put a spring in your step – a taste of the Lush Spa’s grounding, reflexology-inspired foot treatment of the same name featuring a full foot scrub, massage, powder and balm.

Outside the massage sanctuary, Lush will also be selling festival essentials such as foot care, skincare and merchandise, as well as Lush Spa vouchers for those who want to continue their relaxation at their nearest Lush Spa. 


20th-23rd July

Bringing all your festival essentials, find your favourite Lush shower gel in the Meteor Showers- Bluedot’s premium, paid-for shower, toilet and pamper facility. With many more products such as skin care and mouth care in the ‘pamper station’ area.


27th-30th July

Get festival-ready hair with Lush’s Hair Specialists on hand to help you achieve the locks you’ve always longed for, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready for the day. You’ll find this unique service at the shower bar, as well as your Lush festival essentials to finish the look.

Booking is available via our booking system or in person at the festival at our Shampoo Bar directly. 

notes to editors

About Lush

Since establishing 28 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.

Lush Digital contribute to and are part of the global open source software community, striving to ensure they use only ethically sourced and powered hardware and take a strong ethical stance on how data should be used and control of privacy given back to the user. 

Lush has been awarded the RSPCA Good Business Award for 2006, 2007 and 2009, along with the 2006 PETA Trailblazer Award for Animal Welfare. Co-founders Mark and Mo Constantine were awarded OBEs for services to the beauty industry in the new years honours list 2010. Lush was the winner of the Best in Business Award at the 2014 Observer Ethical Awards, World’s Most Ethical Retailer at the 2016 World Retail Congress and the shops and website are regularly voted at the top of Which? magazine’s customer service surveys.

Today Lush operates in 49 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.

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