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LUSH Debuts Six New Products in their Summer Line

by Kimberly Krol

Jul 29, 2014

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LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics unveils six new products perfect for the summer, available both in-store and online. The entire range of products are self-preserving, with high levels of oil, butter and glycerine, and a reduced water content to prevent bacteria build-up; they are also cruelty free.

African Paradise Body Conditioner: © Lush

African Paradise Body Conditioner: Lush

The African Paradise Body Conditioner ($39.95 for 8.8 ounces) is full of moisturizing ingredients from Africa, including Fair Trade shea butter and Fair Trade moringa oil to brighten the skin. The vegan product also contains Fair Trade fresh aloe vera, baobab oil and Kalahari melon.

The D’Fluff Shaving Cream ($9.95 for 2.5 ounces – carry-on friendly; or $16.95 for 5.2 ounces) contain fresh strawberries, egg whites and syrup, whisked together with Fair Trade cocoa butter, leaving skin silky smooth.

Granny Takes A Dip Bath Bomb ($6.95 per bomb) will leave your bathtub looking psychedelic, with swirls of colors. Spicy and citrusy in scent, the vegan bath bomb enriches water with lemon oil, ginger and pepper. It uplifts, stimulates and warms.

Granny-Takes-A-Dip Bath Bomb: © Lush

Granny-Takes-A-Dip Bath Bomb: Lush

Mangnificent Soap ($7.80 per ¼ pound) awakens the senses with mango and lemon. The soap has dried mango on top, and pureed mango throughout the body bar. Parsley Porridge Soap (same price) is a blend of bacteria-banishing thyme, antibacterial tea tree oil and ground porridge oats. Both products are vegan.

Debuting separately this summer, Zeste Hair Gelly ($12.95 for 3.5 ounces) offers great hold for hair without a greasy feeling; it contains sweet wild orange oil and neroli oil.

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