Snuggle up with Lush this cosy season with warming, autumnal treats
With the weather taking a turn and the winds getting colder, Lush has the perfect autumnal selection to give you that warm, fuzzy feeling.
Grab a cup of hot chocolate and snuggle with your favourite blanket, as this selection is full of sweet, spicy notes that are perfect for long dark evenings of self-care and relaxation. From bath bombs to fresh face masks from the Lush Halloween range as well as all year round favourites, you can indulge in these comforting treats to uplift you through the misty autumn days.
Capture the scent of the season with a warm, autumnal, pumpkin-spiced Lush Melt for your bath or oil burner. Lush sources the cocoa butter used in this product from the Dominican Republic, Peru and Sierra Leone, all child-labour free, organic and Fair Trade. Moreover, Lush’s Sierra Leonean cocoa butter supplier is helping restore the Gola rainforest by opening farmer field schools that teach regenerative agriculture, supporting local farmers.
How to use: Lush Melts can either fragrance the home in an oil burner or be used as a bath melt to moisturise skin.
This deliciously indulgent – and completely vegan – chocolate body wash is packed with aloe vera and glycerine to soften and hydrate delicate skin.
Containing yummy cocoa beans grown by the Peace Community of San José de Apartadó in north-western Colombia using permaculture techniques, such as mixed planting and composting, removing the need for pesticides and fertilisers. Lush supports the community’s application for Fair Trade and organic products certification every year.
A classic Halloween treat in an invigorating scrub! Nostalgic notes of sweet candy will bring back happy memories. Pamper and scrub your lips with Brazilian orange oil, caster sugar, and sesame seed absolute for candy-flavoured kisses.
This scrumptious scrub also contains highly moisturising jojoba oil, which Lush purchases from a producer who sustainably cultivates organic jojoba seeds in Peru, while paying its workers double the average income, providing free transport and meals.
Invigorate the skin and mind with this rich, coffee face and body mask. Kaolin deeply cleanses impurities from the pores, and ground coffee acts as a gentle scrub to buff away dryness and reveal glowing skin beneath.
Many of Lush’s coffee beans are grown in the Brazilian Amazon by the region’s first sustainable agroforestry coffee producer, which grows food crops alongside trees rather than cutting them down.
Light your candles, run a hot bath, warm your pyjamas, and indulge in skin-softening cocoa and shea butter bubbles. Made with real pumpkin puree, pumpkins are rich in vitamins and enzymes which gently exfoliate the skin, leaving a healthy glow.
Soak in the creamy, pumpkin-coloured autumnal waters, while invigorating your senses with citrus top notes and spicy juniper berry oil. Lush sources this soothing ingredient from a family business in Hungary, which it has been supporting for over 15 years.
Start your morning with a sweet date in your shower! This long-lasting fragrance is made with softening date syrup, aromatic vanilla and sweet sandalwood.
Fresh from the patch, we really have put the whole fruit in this vitamin-packed fresh pumpkin face mask. Thank gourd the humble pumpkin is full of so much goodness, we’ve used up every ounce! With pumpkin puree, pumpkin seed butter, and ground pumpkin seeds, all supremely rich in vitamin A, this autumnal mask can help prevent skin breakouts, while supporting your skin’s immune system and promoting natural moisturisation.
notes to editors
Lush invents, manufactures and retails fresh handmade cosmetics, such as the fizzing bath bomb; solid Toothy Tabs and solid shampoo bars. Lush operates a strict policy against animal testing and leads the cosmetics industry in combating over-packaging by developing products that can be sold ‘naked’ to the consumer.
In 2012, Lush launched The Lush Prize (in conjunction with Ethical Consumer), which is a quarter of a million pound biennial prize awarded to politicians, lobbyists, researchers and scientists who are working to end animal testing.
Lush currently has over 886 shops worldwide and are present in 48 countries, with manufacturing sites across the world.