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Fun... eco friendly..great for your body. .what more could you want!!

  • Dec 15, 2008
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I stumbled across this stuff randomly because the store kind of looked like an old garage sale of random pieces of leftover soaps.

I bought the avocado face mask and the jelly root beer smelling hand wash and am now addicted! This place is eco friendly - they don't test on animals and use only organic materials to make their products.. and they've also been donating checks to many small animal saving groups around the world. Some of their products are even VEGAN! Chck out their website !

A lot of the products they sell here are so novel! The root beer float soap I bought was a block of jello.. it was so squishy.. you just roll it around in your hands.. rinse it off and it leaves your hands real soft!

There are TONS of products here.. some of the stuff I had to ask what they were cuz they look like one thing but are actually another...I've wanted to try their deodorants but they come in a bar so I'm a bit skeptical..

The prices are decent considering you are paying for a product that is a friend to the environment.. plus they're interesting and some of them are even molded into interesting shapes! If you haven't tried their products yet, I suggest you at least go into the store and see what they have to offer.. that in and of itself is a great experience!!

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December 23, 2010
I love everything avacado! Hurray, it's in HK! I'd have to look for these stuff soon!
 
December 18, 2008
I LOVE their products and the fact that they make most of it themselves, but I can't stand the smell of the store. It's like a perfume shop gone bad to me!
 
December 16, 2008
So glad you put this up! I adore this place. My favorite is probably the honey soap called "Honey... I Washed the Kids." Also really love the Flying Fox (jasmine and honey) and have gone through two bottles of the stuff so far. My boyfriend even started using it too ... which is why, sadly, I had to stop.
 
December 15, 2008
One of my main problems with this place is that every time I go inside I'm bombarded by salesepople asking if I've ever been there and offering to show me around. Umm...I know how to shop for bath products -- I've been doing it for at least a decade! Thanks! Leave me alone!
 
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Lush is a company based in Poole, Dorset in the UK.  Lush produces a large array of beauty products from soaps, cosmetics, lotions to face masks using organic fruits and vegetables.

Lush is an environmentally friendly company that minimizes packaging on solid products by eliminating any packaging completely and only wrapping them in paper when you pay for the products at the counter.  In addition, Lush aims to keep their freshness in products, which is why their inventory of any specific product at any time is relatively low.

Lush does not test its products on animals, nor does it purchase any products for use from companies who do test on animals.  Instead, their cosmetics and soaps are tested on volunteer humans before they are rolled out to Lush stores around the world.  As for purchasing from companies who test on animals, Lush does not discriminate against companies who have previously tested on animals but have since stopped.  By doing this, this gives incentives for companies to stop testing on animals as of now.
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