I first discovered Lush on a little street in Oxford, England. The black bottles tell me it’s chic, while the small signs remind me of a garden centers, and the handwritten font makes me feel like someone made these soaps by hand.
While I thought I had found a small local shop, turns out it’s quite international. Check out lush.com and visit different countries’ sites. Each one reflects the culture. I find it interesting to see how Lush molds its identity to cultural context.
As far as Lush product, by far my favorite is the bath bombs. I recently tried the Twilight Bomb and enjoyed a silky purple bath with iridescent glitter.
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