Lush Spa Cardiff launches Halloween-themed bathing experience
- This spooky season, sink into a one-of-a-kind bathing experience inspired by Lush’s fan-favourite Lord of Misrule
- Step into blood red-coloured waters and unleash the mischief with a ghoulish Ghost In The Dark Soap, Pumpkin Eye Pads and a spooky cocktail
- £40 for a 30-minute private bathing experience and consultation
- Available until 8th January 2023, exclusively at Lush Spa Cardiff on Queen Street
The spooky season is upon us, and Lush Spa Cardiff has launched a new and exclusive 30-minute bathing experience, a personification of Lush’s iconic Halloween disrupter, Lord of Misrule. Featuring the guest’s choice of Fresh Face Mask, a pair of nourishing Pumpkin Eye Pads and a Ghost In The Dark Soap, it’s the perfect way for trick-or-treaters to wind down.
The first of its kind in Cardiff, the Book a Bath: Lord of Misrule follows the success of the first Lush Book A Bath experiences which launched in April to celebrate World Bath Bomb Day. Every Book A Bath captures the essence of the bath bomb’s unique aesthetic and the luxurious bathing experience it provides.
Book a Bath is an indulgent, self led bathing experience offering new and existing customers the opportunity to discover Lush’s exciting Lush Spa.
Lush Spa guests will be invited to immerse themselves in the mischief of Lord of Misrule as they soak in wine coloured waters, inhale the sweet and spicy scent of aromatic black pepper, Sumatran patchouli and warm vanilla, and exhale the stresses and strains of the day.
Carefully curated with all the senses in mind, the immersive experience is paired with products tailored for the guest’s skin, and an indulgent popping candy blood orange beverage. The ‘Adventures In Bathing’ soundtrack has been curated in house by ‘Lush Fresh Handmade Sound to accompany you as you bathe and elevate your multisensory experience.
To book this immersive experience, call Lush Spa Cardiff on 02920 399089, or email [email protected]. For more information on the Book A Bath: Lord of Misrule, click here.
Call or email your Lush Spa Cardiff to book Book A Bath: Lord of Misrule.
Notes to Editor:
For more information on the Book A Bath concept, please email [email protected]
About Lord of Misrule:
With its distinctive, spicy and sweet scent of aromatic black pepper, regenerative dark Sumatran patchouli and warm vanilla, Lord of Misrule is an intoxicating fragrance loved around the world and a Lush cult classic. Last winter, Lush customers globally stocked up on over 344,000 Lord of Misrule products.
Throughout the whole Lord of Misrule product range, Lush uses dark Sumatran patchouli oil from Indonesia; one of the main areas producing the oil is Gayo Lues. The area is under threat from unsustainable farming practices, causing destruction to local habitats, impacting biodiversity and ruining normal wildlife corridors. Through this deforestation, the growth becomes more sparse, making protected species more susceptible to poaching.
Lush have worked on the ground for over a decade, supporting local groups to encourage regenerative, permaculture practices that allow production of the beautiful oil whilst also supporting the land.
About Lush Bath Bombs:
The single layer, fast fizzing bath bomb was invented in 1989 by Mo Constantine in her garden shed. Creatively packaged, these new and exciting products turned bath time on its head. Starting with the simple ‘Aqua Sizzler’, we’ve come a long way since then. When Lush began we saw the birth of such classics as ‘Butterball’ and ‘Blackberry Bath Bomb’, simple in their construction but wonderfully effective.
Patented layered ballistics changed the way we do bathing, and classics like Twilight and Dragon’s Egg were born. Later, in 2014, Jack Constantine introduced the concept of #BathArt and opened the whole world’s eyes to the magical, colourful world of bath bombs.
Always evolving and changing, we later saw the addition of Jelly Bombs to the range in 2017 where sodium alginate softens the skin while providing a whole new texture to the bathing experience.
Social media interactions lead to the creation of Goddess in 2017, inspired by Ariana Grande’s chart topping song: ‘God is a Woman’. In 2018 we introduced fresh technology in our first waterless store in Harajuku, Tokyo followed by Lush partnering with filmmaker Pheobe Arnstein to create the film documentary: We The Bathers, inspired by bathing stories from across the world, including Japan.
Then last year, we released our latest bathing collection: Adventures in Bathing, inspiring our customers to explore bathing as a tool for accompanying their wellbeing journey. So who knows where bathing will lead us in the future? We’ve come a long way, but we’re still fresh, still handmade, and still revolutionising bathing.