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The first Lush store opened its doors in 1994 in Poole England. Owned by husband and wife team Mark and Mo Constantine, Lush is a private limited company that only makes a small number of shares available on an invitation only basis. Lush also owned the B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful brand which has stores in Poole, Leeds, Oxford Street, and Covent Garden. Since 1994, Lush has opened more than 600 stores in 43 countries around the world.

Lush is a cruelty-free company that creates products for the skin and body. Lush products are safe for vegetarians and most are safe for vegans as well. Lush products are made by hand using only fresh and organic ingredients. The company’s core beliefs are as follows (as published on the official Lush website):

-Lush believes in making effective products from fresh, organic* fruit and vegetables, the finest essential oils and safe synthetics.

-Lush invents their own products and fragrances. Lush makes them fresh by hand using little or no preservative or packaging, using only vegetarian ingredients, and tell you when they were made.

-Lush believed in buying ingredients only from companies that do not commission tests on animals and in testing our products on humans.

-Lush believes in happy people making happy soap, putting {our} faces on our products and making our mums proud.

-Lush believes in long candlelit baths, sharing showers, massage, filling the world with perfume and in the right to make mistakes, lose everything and start again.

-Lush believes their products are good value, that they should make a profit and that the customer is always right.

-Lush also believes words like fresh and organic have honest meaning beyond marketing.

Lush sells bath products, shower gels and soaps, hair care products, skin care products, fragrances, gifts, and retro products such as dusting powder, bath melts and ginger perfume. Bath products include: bath bombs, bubble ears, bath melts, and soap. Shower products include shower jellies, shower gels & smoothies, emotibombs, sugar scrubs, and soap. Hair care products include bottled shampoos, solid shampoos, conditioners, hair treatments, styling gels, and henna hair dyes.

Lush skin care products are for the face and body. Face products include shaving creams, cleansers, toners, lip balms & scrubs, moisturizers, serums, and color supplements. Dusting powders, deodorants, massage bars, body butters, hand & body creams, and foot care creams round out the Lush product line.

Lush uses a wide variety or organic ingredients in its products. Too many to list here. A good example of Lush’s ingredient combinations is the Schnuggle cocoa butter bar. In addition to cocoa butter, this vegan friendly bar contains cornstarch, kaolin, magnesium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, lavender oil, ginger oil, sandalwood oil, chamomile oil, jasmine, geraniol, limonene, linalool, and perfume. Other Lush products may contain a combination of the following:

Herbs and Spices

If you are interested in purchasing Lush products, you’re in luck. To shop for cruelty free Lush products, you may visit the official Lush website at to purchase products online. You may also use the sites store locator to find a Lush store near you.

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