Lush stores host Valentine’s bath bomb-making workshops, for a loving handmade gift

This Valentine’s weekend, Lush stores across the UK & Ireland will host product-making workshops for customers to create their own personalised Valentine’s Day-exclusive bath bomb to gift to a loved one.

On Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th February, love birds across the country can visit their local Lush store to master the art of bath bomb making, and create Love Letter bath bomb with a free personalised hand-written love note inside. Whether it’s for a partner, mum or best friend, it’s the perfect gift for someone special – handmade with love!

Our product making sessions bring an element of fun and creativity into our visitors’ shopping trips. We’re excited to be able to offer an element of personalisation into our Valentine’s store activities so you can tell your loved ones how much they mean to you, in your own words

Kasey Swithenbank, Head of Retail Stores UK&I

Love Letter bath bomb (£4), is deeply moisturising, light and creamy, full of softening cocoa butter and coconut milk. Secretly post this sweet treat to the one you admire the most, as this is a gift that keeps giving.

Lush’s Sierra Leonean organic cocoa butter supplier works with communities living on the edge of biodiversity-rich Gola Rainforest, home to pygmy hippos. They support farmers in protecting and conserving the forest, encouraging them to stop deforestation and encroachment on wild land- instead growing in biodiversity-friendly ways.

Lush’s loved-up Valentine’s Day Collection features a whopping 34 products in total, 31 of which are brand new for 2024, and is inspired by all the different ways in which people show love – whether it’s a grand gesture, a whimsical gift or even just offering someone a small kindness, like running them a luxurious bath.

In true Lush style, the range covers bath, shower, body, face, and fragrance, along with a selection of gifts and eco-friendly gift wraps all featuring new designs too. Lush gifts are all wrapped in recycled and recyclable paper, which are either upcycled from waste paper, cotton t-shirt offcuts, lokta or banana fibres. All tags and inserts are 100 per cent recycled and recyclable, and nearly 4 million discarded plastic bottles have been turned into Lush’s gift ribbons.

Customers can book now to secure their place, by contacting their local Lush store or sign up via Eventbrite.

About Lush

Since establishing in 1995, Lush has been driven by innovation and its ethics. Creators of pioneering beauty products, one of Lush’s most well-known creations is the bath bomb. Invented in 1989 by Lush Co-Founder Mo Constantine in her garden shed, bath bombs have become a global sensation – all hand pressed in Lush’s own manufacturing sites across the world, Lush sold over 40.5 million last year.

A beauty company with a campaigning heart, Lush is on a mission to create a product for every need and a cosmetic revolution to save the planet. The ultimate goal is to leave the world Lusher than we found it. 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. Lush Digital champions ethical hardware, ethical data, ethical design and open-source technologies and we support and elevate communities who feel the same.

Today, Lush operates in 52 countries with over 850 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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