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Welcome to a world of pure imagination come to life Let us begin with a spin through a place of fantastical creations. Around every corner, you’ll discover extraordinary inventions, dreamed up by artists and experts unbound by tradition. And this is only the beginning. Take your senses on a spectacular voyage of color, texture and scent. A vivid and enchanting display of our products showcases a passion for our art – every explosion of fizz, bubble and fragrance represents 20 years of cosmetics innovation that blasts convention right out of the water.

Stephanie at the Lush offices in Vancouver, August 2015


The Experimenter Bath Bomb in action, Vancouver, August 2015



Everything we create begins with a stroke of inspiration – a serene moment in nature, a newly discovered ingredient or the rousing first notes of a long-forgotten song. Add rich colors, provocative scents and years of experience, and a new product begins to take form. Two decades in and we’re still innovating and reinventing what we do and how we do it. Inside these pages, you’ll discover our newest and most exciting creations that do so much more than look and smell nice – each one creates a transformative experience and gives you a small glimpse into who we are. We hope you like them.

New Bath Bomb

The Experimenter Indulge your senses with a captivating display of color and scent. See Page 55

Learn more about The Experimenter and all of our creations at

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Welcome to Lush Oxford Street When the world’s largest Lush shop opened its doors on April 24, 2015, an incredible display of innovative products was revealed to shoppers on Europe’s busiest shopping street. COMMITTED TO INNOVATION


With more than 8,800 square feet to explore,

A visit to Lush Oxford Street is like falling

Oxford Street is unlike any other Lush shop

down a rabbit hole of colorful, fragrant

in the world. It stands three stories tall amidst

delights the cosmetics industry – and Lush

the hustle and bustle of London’s High

fans alike – have never seen. Every product

Street in Oxford Circus, and opened exactly

range we carry, from haircare and bath to

twenty years after the very first Lush shop

skincare and makeup, has been expanded.

appeared in the seaside town of Poole, UK.

An explosion of vibrant color, gorgeous

The new store answers a question posed

scents and floor-to-ceiling displays of

by Lush co-founder Mark Constantine as he

new products greet you on the main level.

reflected upon the last two decades: “What

Massive rainbow-colored soaps are stacked

haven’t we tried?” We’ve been inventing

high, giant bottles of shower creams line

(and reinventing) the bathing experience,

the reclaimed wood counters, and tubes

reimagining classic cosmetics, and filling

of bold-hued lipstick wait to be tried in the

the world with perfume for a long time

antique-looking glass. Oversized sinks invite

now. This latest burst of creativity has

you to touch, smell and play with all the

resulted in the more than 200 brand new

new inventions. Visitors can even try a hair

products in our flagship location, and show

treatment or shampoo right in the Hair Lab,

that there’s still new, innovative ground

an in-store space with a salon chair and a

to cover in the cosmetics industry.

sink for complete product demonstrations.


Oxford Street shoppers in front of our flagship shop in London, UK, April 2015



makeup line. Striking hues presented in


bold combinations will give you the palette

Descending the central staircase immerses

you need to express yourself, regardless

you in a world of fine fragrances, massage and

of how you are feeling. And like all Lush

music. Block out the world for a moment with

products, the entire range is cruelty-free.

one of our Lush Spa soundtracks, or sample a selection of artists signed to our music labels at the Listening Station. Step through the hidden


door to the interactive Gorilla Perfume gallery

Deeply nourishing pre-wash treatments will

and experience perfume in an entirely new way.

restore your crowning glory and make it shine

And before you go, visit the Spa and surrender

like never before. Whip up your own hair

your mind, body and spirit to three hours of pure

treatment by melting the solid oils and butters

bliss with the new treatment, The Planets.

in hot water for an infusion of olive oil that will condition even the most unruly heads of hair.


Upstairs holds a bath lover’s paradise – every


fragrant, fizzing creation you could possibly

Coconut oil and herbal infusions are the center

imagine is piled high to delight your senses.

of attention in these hand-pressed bars of

Compact spheres of luxury bath oils may look

washing goodness. Each of the soft-textured

like bonbons, but are actually full of rich butters

soaps contains loads of sustainably sourced

and essentials oils that paint your bath water

ingredients to cleanse and refresh your skin.

with swirls of color and fragrance. Unique gifts

New products are arriving all the time at Oxford

and Knot-Wraps of every imaginable design

Street, and will make their way across the globe

sit opposite, each one holding a carefully

to a shop near you in the coming months.

selected collection of Lush products. For now, most of these delights are only available at Oxford Street, but soon many of them will make their North

American debut. Here’s a sneak peek

Julia Hamfelt

of what you can look forward to.



Felicity Millward

New colors and new formats are just the


beginning when it comes to the reimagined

Watch or visit your local shop to find out when these ranges will be available near you. Or tell us what you think of our newest inventions

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The main floor of Lush Oxford Street, London, UK, April 2015

A collection of luxury bath oils, Lush Oxford Street, London, UK, April 2015



Mark Constantine with the Bath UK team, Christmas 2014



Innovation vs. Globalization Lush Co-founder Mark Constantine shares his

thoughts on the question of the company’s identity and the role innovation plays in a global market.


ust before Christmas I visited our

That bit has never worried me. I’ve always

smart new shop in Bath, UK. All of

known that a small company can get better

the founders were happy to pose

as it grows and that on the whole, this is

for a photo and there I was with the crew.

what’s happened here at Lush. The secret?

After the picture, Laura Wyatt, (third from

Attract passionate, enthusiastic and energetic

the right in white), asked: “How do you find

people who share a pleasure in the work.

the globalization of the company affects

its identity?” Ah… good question. I was

When I was fluffing around for an answer I

stumped for a moment. Laura had seemed

wasn’t sure what globalization really meant and

such a nice girl and I’m not sure that I

I didn’t really want to find out. Anyway, since

liked the thought of Lush being a part of

then I’ve given the question a lot of thought.

globalization. Then I explained how Lush had recently been awarded the Fair Tax

I recently read Peter Thiel’s book, Zero to

Mark and that this had encouraged us

One, with its subtitle “How to Build the

to publish our figures country by country

Future”. In it he explained globalization.

and with great transparency.

“If you take one typewriter and build 100 you have globalization. If you have a

I recently phoned Laura to ask if I answered

typewriter and you build a word processor

her question. “No,” she said. “Not really,

you have innovation.” As I thought about

but it was interesting. What I wondered

his description I realized that in our case

was, how do you preserve the feeling of

innovation can provide a solution to some

a small company from Poole, when you

of the more horrific resource-guzzling

are all over the world.”

examples that our industry creates.



Our innovation counters globalization, but as with all dreams it ends in responsibility. Take shampoo. Hair was washed in soap

or label. A perfect example of innovation

until in the ‘30s when chemists invented

disrupting globalization! But that was billions

surfactants. By the ‘50s they were making

of bottles ago. Last year after 20 years of

modern shampoo, preserving it and putting

trying, we sold enough shampoo bars to stop

it into modern plastic bottles rather than

15 million bottles being chucked out (and keep

the old-fashioned recycled glass ones.

hair looking clean and bouncy).

By the ‘60s we had all stopped using soap

So, Laura… there is my answer. Our innovation

and used soapless shampoo instead.

counters globalization, but as with all dreams

Normally with a label talking about streams

it ends in responsibility. If we don’t grow

of milk and honey. And then we just threw

we won’t see the change we need.

away the bottle. Someone else would bury

So the inventions continue, and we now

the bottle in a hole nearby.

have dozens of patents. Yet despite our size we are still such a tiny influence.

In a recent survey 92% of Americans used shampoo. In fact, by 2012, a billion and a half

To give you some perspective, Lush is 35%

bottles a year were used in America. But that

of the size of The Body Shop, which is itself

means over a billion empty plastic bottles

4% of its parent L’Oreal, which while the

being buried in a hole somewhere every year.

largest cosmetic company in the world,

Plastic made from oil. The globalization of

is only 12.5% of our industry.

bottled shampoo has guzzled resources. So we have a bit more to do yet... When my wife and fellow founder Mo Constantine’s first patent was granted in the US in 1989, she changed her occupation to “inventor” in her passport. Along with Stan

Mark Constantine

Kryztal she invented a naked shampoo bar.

Writer, Lush Co-founder

At 2 oz, it was a fifth of the size and yet

Thomas Griffiths

lasted three times as long as an 8.4 oz bottle


of liquid shampoo. No bottle, preservative

Discover all our innovations and invention stories at

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Co-founders and inventors Helen, Ro & Mo in Lush Oxford Street, May 20, 2015

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Letting Kids Be Kids In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, there’s still room for children to have fun.Â

On May 11 2011 a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit off the east coast of Japan—the most powerful earthquake on record for the nation. The earthquake triggered a massive tsunami and resulted in the devastating Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident, releasing dangerous radioactive material into the environment. This series of horrific events resulted in about 16,000 deaths, 6,000 people injured and 2,600 people missing. About 120,000 Fukushima people are still unable to return to their homes and businesses due to unsafe levels of radiation or destruction by the tsunami, creating physical space and tension where close-knit family and community ties used to be. Although news coverage on the event and its aftermath has largely come to a halt, life for the thousands of people affected by the nuclear disaster is still far from normal: decontaminated



Children playing at Channel Square Indoor Park, Fukushima, Japan, March 2015


Cesium-137 continues to emit harmful radiation into the environment, robbing an entire generation of children of their ability to interact normally with the outdoor world.

Fukushima evacuation zone, March 2015



radioactive waste sits ominously near

2012 as a way to help bring fun, socialization,

roadsides, and public parks, once bustling

play and a sense of normalcy back to

with activity, now lie empty and eerily silent.

the kids who have lost it. We developed a colorful, moldable, multi-purpose soap (aptly named Fun) and donate a portion


from the sale of each bar to the FunD. The

Despite decontamination efforts many

money raised is granted to grassroots

people feel that the radiation levels in

organizations working to create safe and

some playgrounds, streets and outdoor

fun opportunities for kids to play, grow and

spaces are still too dangerous for children.

flourish. Fun is sold in every Lush shop

The normal childhood activities of free-

around the world, with North American

running exercise, outdoor adventuring

stores contributing 32% of the global sales.

and mixing with peer groups—all of which are important for children’s social and


cognitive development—are limited in these areas. Adults are cautious of the children’s

F-WORLD is one of the innovative

surroundings; questioning the safety of the

organizations that was founded in response

air, water, earth and trees around them.

to this disaster, and one that we’re proud to support through the FunD. In March 2015,

Sadly, this issue cannot be solved overnight.

they opened Channel Square Indoor Park:

Cesium-137 was one of the dangerous

a safe indoor community space for kids to

radioactive materials released during the

play and parents to socialize. Takahashi

nuclear disaster, and its half-life is 30 years.

says, “Fukushima is a beautiful area where

This invisible, odorless substance has made

the mountains and ocean meet, so outdoor

its way into the water, food chain and soils of

activities like surfing, snowboarding and

areas surrounding Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear

hiking are very popular. Channel Square

Power Plant and overexposure is believed

was created by professional snowboarders

to increase the risk of cancer, thyroid issues

and people who love nature as a place for

and birth defects. Cesium-137 continues

children to create goals and passions for their

to emit harmful radiation, robbing an entire

future.” Inside, kids of all ages are learning

generation of children of their ability to

activities like skateboarding, slacklining,

interact normally with the outdoor world.

rock climbing and more while adults enjoy a cup of coffee and chat with friends and neighbors, relishing a rare moment of


respite from the concerns of radiation.

Maho Takahashi, Charity and Campaign Manager for Lush Japan asks: “Did children

Channel Square was established not only

have anything to do with the cause of this

for children who need a safe environment

disaster? No, they didn’t. It was adults

to play, but to provide an arena for the

who made our country dependent on

whole community to come together and

nuclear energy. The responsibility now

heal the fractures created by the disaster.

rests on our adult shoulders to create an

“Everyone cares about each other and

environment where children can grow up

looks after one another through engaging

healthy and free from the fear of radiation.”

in sports and activities. It’s a kind of dream place you’d wish to have in your own town,

Being a company full of adults who love to

not only in Fukushima,” says Takahashi.

have fun, Lush was keen to support those

In addition to providing this much-needed

creating solutions to this very adult problem

safe community space, Channel Square’s

in Fukushima. The FunD was established in

partnership with the Fukushima 30-Year


Children playing outdoors with Mirai no Mori, Japan, August 2013

Sunnyside Bubble Bar, Vancouver, January 2015

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“I feel grateful and happy seeing the smiles and the kids having fun, but it’s also emotional to have heard Fukushima children asking ‘Is it okay to touch this tree?’” Project Nonprofit Organization provides

emotional to have heard Fukushima children

access to radiation monitoring equipment

asking ‘Is it okay to touch this tree? Is it

and educational materials that help parents

safe to play on this ground?’ soon after the

keep kids safe. Project member Maki

disaster.” The innocence and gravity of these

Sahara says, “I want people to come here,

questions shows exactly how the nuclear event

unwind…and perhaps be able to cope with

has impacted the lives of these children.

the specter of radiation just a little bit more. I hope this place becomes a forum where

Although we don’t see or hear much about

people will voice their concerns regarding

Fukushima on the news any longer, the

radiation with no fear.” It is through this open

community continues to struggle for normalcy

dialogue and education that the community

in the aftermath of this terrible disaster.

can forge the road to recovery together.

The FunD helps grassroots organizations in providing comfort, care, support and fun to

Other organizations supported by the FunD

the people of Fukushima—a constant reminder

are bringing fun to kids and communities in

that we stand united in their road to recovery.

creative ways. The Mirai no Mori organization takes orphaned or at-risk children from contaminated areas on outdoor retreats in safe locations. Here, they experience the

Katy Cobb

healing effects of outdoor activities like


whitewater rafting and camping, all while making friends and learning new skills.

Takumi Fukushima and NPO Mirai no Mori

Takahashi has attended several retreats and says, “I feel grateful and happy seeing the


smiles and the kids having fun, but it’s also

Aliens and Monsters Fun

Use as a bubble bath, shampoo, soap or just for Fun..the only limit is your imagination! See Page 56

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Journey into the Lush Spa Go on an odyssey of the senses through your subconscious and back again.


The Spell treatment at the Lush Spa, Poole UK, 11:31am, February 4, 2015




Every treatment is a unique and personalized journey that picks you up where you find yourself, and puts you down right where you want to be.

magine you are on a busy city street, where

subconscious and back again. The Lush

the roar of cars blends with voices in animated

Spa engages all of your senses in a way

conversation, shoppers navigating crowded

that goes beyond the expected, leaving you

sidewalks with overstuffed bags and street

feeling just how you want, and with a smile

vendors with carts loaded down with fast food.

on your face.

Suddenly, you find yourself in an oasis of calm – the barrage of sight, smells and sounds has


been replaced with gentle lighting, friendly faces

The first treatment developed is also our

and a place to unwind. Welcome to the Lush

signature treatment: Synaesthesia, which can

Spa, where your journey is just beginning.

be described as an involuntary joining of two different senses, and is experienced by only

You won’t find any sleek white couches or

a small portion of the population. For some,

cool marble countertops here – the Lush Spa

hearing a sound will bring to mind a color.

looks like a cozy English kitchen complete with

Others might hear a sound when experiencing a

mismatched tea cups, quaint furniture, bunches

fragrance – it all depends on the individual. The

of fresh flowers and a big wooden table. Like

treatment of the same name borrows this idea

arriving at your grandmother’s home after a

of mingling senses, and is designed to occupy

long trip, you feel at ease in this welcome retreat

all elements of your sensory, conscious mind so

from the hustle and bustle on the streets, and

that your subconscious can find space to play.

perhaps in your mind. Relaxed and intrigued, you’ve left your worries at the door and are

As part of this treatment, you select a word

ready to embark on a transformative experience.

that speaks to you from those written on the wall. Your eyes are then drawn to a collection


of softly glowing, colored bottles, each with a

Developing the spa began with a desire to take

handwritten tag beckoning you to select just

care of you in a way that respects your individual

one. These words will become the basis of

needs. “Everything we do at Lush is based on

your treatment, engaging your mind and your

the same idea of helping you feel exactly how

senses at the same time. Setting an intention

you want, inside and out. The spa is the heart

for your treatment through choosing powerful,

of our business,” explains co-founder and spa

evocative words was developed with the

treatment inventor, Rowena Bird. Your spa

advice of behavioral hypnotherapist, Lady

therapist will help guide you, but the journey and

Helen Kennedy. In the comfortable and relaxed

the destination are yours to determine. “It’s not

setting of the spa, you are ready to take a trip

about what the therapist is doing to you,” says

through your own inner thoughts. “When you

Rowena. “This is your treatment and you are

are in dream world, you can orchestrate your

in charge.”

experience,” says Lady Helen.

This is not a dream: this is an odyssey of the

As your treatment continues, the calls of

senses with spa treatments meticulously

thrushes and distant noises of woodland insects

designed to take you through your

are layered on top of chimes in a wash of sound.


To an outside observer, it may look like a dance is happening between the therapist and the guest, which is not far from reality.

Spa Therapist Stanette providing The Comforter? treatment, Philadelphia, 11:15am July 26, 2015



An electronic beat resonates in your chest

Finnish forests, capturing the feeling of the

as the massage smoothes tension from your

place and transporting you there.

shoulders, rolling in waves across your chest. This feeling of being transported stays with


you, even after you leave the room.

A multi-faceted sensory experience is a key component of all the spa treatments. From a

You may be walking out the same door you

facial that instills inner confidence to a body

came through, but your new perspective helps

scrub that reminds you to have a good laugh to

you see things in a different light..

a massage that takes you on a journey through your deepest thoughts, expect to emerge from


your treatment feeling changed. “Let us take care of you,” says Rowena. “There can be so

To an outside observer, it may look like a

much comfort in allowing someone else to

dance is happening between the therapist

pamper you. Hopefully after an hour with us,

and the guest, which is not far from reality. In

you will feel like smiling.”

every treatment, the therapist’s movements are rhythmic and carefully choreographed to

Above all, your treatment is a full immersion

support the specially designed soundtrack that

into the heart of Lush, and a journey into

intertwines orchestral beauty, classic lyrics and

the unexpected.

tranquil, natural soundscapes in a unique and lighthearted way. Drawing deeply on English folk music traditions and a love of birdsong, the soundscapes are a collaborative effort between Lush co-founder

Meghann Shantz

Mark Constantine and Grammy award-


nominated record producer and musician

Kornelia Kulbacki and Richard Skins

Simon Emmerson. From the church bells to the birdsong, all the natural sounds were collected


in places like the English countryside and the

Take a trip with the Lush Spa to the place you want to find yourself, wherever that might be.

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Choose from eleven different states of

featuring a hot chocolate exfoliation and

mind for a completely personalized,

velvety rose serum, leaving you with an

immersive treatment.

all-over glow.





engages pressure points in the body to

experience using ear candles, for deep

release tension and boost circulation.

relaxation that lasts for days.



A multi-sensory, full body massage.

An indulgent body scrub treatment,

This powerfully effective massage

A balancing and tranquil sound



An affirming facial that includes a

A reflexology-inspired treatment using the

personalized consultation to lift your spirits

ancient art of treating the feet to release

and make you glow, inside and out.

tension and worries from the whole body.





A deep tissue, full body massage to

A deep, full body treatment to reworked

rid tension from specific areas or provide

Beatles’ songs using innovative, passive

an all-over release to help you stand taller.

stretching techniques to revitalize.



Orangutan in its natural habitat, Sumatra, Indonesia.

Is Sustainable Enough? What Simon Constantine, head buyer and perfumer, learned while traveling to the source of our ingredients has taken Lush on a journey beyond sustainability.



irst and foremost I make perfumes.

and seeing the devastation the palm oil

At 19 I started working in the Lush

industry was having on the ecosystem there.

fragrance factory, learning through

Palm oil is a popular vegetable oil used in

doing, mixing essential oils from all over the

everything from soap to margarine, chocolate

world. A fascinating world opened up, full

to biofuel. At first it seems a miracle cure, each

of mystery and intrigue. I’d spend my lunch

tree produces tonnes of oil that can be used

break wondering just exactly where in the

in food and as a green fuel. Until you see the

world these things came from. Lemongrass

rainforest ripped up, orangutans maimed

oil from Cochin? Vetivert oil from Java?

and killed and the peat land burned, releasing

Sandalwood from Mysore? An air of mystery

huge amounts of carbon in big smog clouds

hung over it all, a touch of alchemy to it.

that drift across south East Asia. All this to clear the land for new palm plantations.

Soon I learned a nasty lesson. These materials had been adulterated; cheap chemicals

How can something grown in such huge

had been added to increase profit for the

amounts, devastating ecosystems and not

supplier. “How could people rip us off like

providing sanctuary for wildlife be sustainable?

that?” I asked. I realized, this was because

Well, a plantation could probably keep going

of us. We’d pick up the phone and say,

for a long time, a few chemicals and it would

“We need it now and we need it cheaper”

be sustainable for a number of years. Yet this

with no understanding of what this meant.

doesn’t seem right does it? You still need

We had contributed to the problem.

to cut down rainforest to make a plantation, at the moment that’s at a rate of 300 football

Our thinking had to change. Encouraged

fields an hour, which by my calculations,

to go out into the fields I traveled with my

means an area the size of Greater London in

colleagues, visiting farms, growers and

under two months. Sustainable isn’t enough.

factories all over the world. These places,

The damage done and the demands we

Cochin, Java, Mysore; they became

are putting on the Earth mean we can’t just

places I knew. And it wasn’t always good.

draw a line in the sand and say, let’s stay with

New problems sprang up. It wasn’t just

what we’ve got. Something else is needed.

cheap chemicals I needed to worry about but slave labour, pollution, land use.

I started looking for a different way. A way that not only provides a product

The list began to grow. A pivotal moment

for us but something that can do more.

was visiting Sumatra in 2006 with Sumatran

This is when I met two remarkable

Orangutan Society (SOS) and their partner

people whose work inspired and taught

organization Orangutan Information Centre

me that something else is possible.



The damage done and the demands we are putting on the Earth mean we can’t just draw a line in the sand and say, let’s stay with what we’ve got. Something else is needed. Paul Yeboah worked for many years

income for the farmer. Not only this, but the

as a cashew farmer at a local monastery

amount of cassava he got was the same.

when he was invited to learn about a new design concept around farming and land.

I was stunned. How can this ‘mess’ be better

It was called permaculture and its aim was

than tidy fields? Well it’s simple really; modern

to integrate natural design into agriculture.

farming doesn’t know how nature works. If you

Paul had grown up in a time that saw

think of a fallow field what is it that we mean?

Ghana lose huge amounts of its forest.

A fallow field is left empty so that it can recover from our farming. By this we mean, nature

I remember when I first visited him he

‘arrives’ and makes the ground fertile on its

demonstrated why modern farming just didn’t

own. Then we come in, use up all that natural

fit in Ghana. He took me to a field to explain.

fertility until it’s gone. Paul showed that by

One side was a field of cassava (a popular

planting a more natural food forest you could

root vegetable like sweet potato), sticks of the

use species that help one another. A moringa

plant were sticking out of the ground, the soil

tree which supports black pepper vine for

was baked dry by the hot sun and needing

example. He worked on the principle that

water. This looked perfectly normal to me, we

a forest doesn’t need fertilizer.

all know that fields of crops look neat and tidy, with one crop planted to make it easier and

Having seen this good work we launched

you assume more productive, a monoculture.

a project with Paul. He found an eight hectare site that was no good for farming. Paul used

However, Paul turned to the other side of

all the techniques he had learned to help

the road. There a farmer had tried something

rehabilitate this site. To literally regenerate

else. Instead of just cassava, there were

it into a dynamic farm. He grows a tree

trees. Some for food, like mango, or firewood,

called moringa there. Moringa is a ‘super

underneath were bananas and plantains.

food’ both for humans and for the land. It’s

The trees had climbing vines up the trunks,

high in nutrients that benefit other plants

like black pepper. It was a forest of food

and its dried leaves are widely used as a

and must have had more than 15 different

supplement. He also collects the seeds

species growing, all at different levels and

and presses them for oil, which we use in

each one helping the other. This forest had

creams, lotions and soaps. On this eight

a big diversity of crops and spread out over

hectare site Paul has many examples of

the season, meaning more and steadier

businesses which make a profit through helping heal and regenerate the landscape.



Paul Yeboah at the Ghana Permaculture Institute, with the mushrooms grown from sawdust ‘waste’. February 2015


SOS replacing the forest, Indonesia 2015



Then there’s Limber. Limber is Peruvian and lives in the Peruvian Amazon. We asked


Lush Gardener

Limber if he could help us as we were

After getting busy in the great outdoors, wash away dirt with clary sage and eucalyptus. Coming Soon!

looking for rosewood oil. Rosewood has become endangered in the Amazon through deforestation and we wanted to find a way of using the essential oil that didn’t further this problem. Luckily, Limber’s father was

But perhaps what is just as impressive is that

able to locate an area with rosewood for us

the rosewood makes enough money to sustain

and we got a hurried message from Limber

the whole project. Basically you can leave

to say that a chunk of forest was being

rainforest standing and still make money

illegally logged. “It’s like Avatar down there,”

from it.

he said. Together we bought the rights to a 6,000-hectare concession—that’s an area the

And this is what lights a fire in me. Businesses

size of Auckland city. We wired him the money

can spring up around the planet that can profit

and he disappeared into the wild for a month.

people while helping repair serious damage. In fact, the longer Paul is on his site in Ghana, or Limber

The concession is beautiful, three miles along the

is working on his forest concession, the more

river and nineteen miles inland. Limber worked

good will be done. It won’t just be sustainable,

hard on techniques that mean the rosewood

it will be helping to restore and regenerate.

can be harvested with minimum disturbance. It can be pollarded, which means cutting off

And these are the projects that have inspired

at head height and allowing it to regrow. He

innovations like the new cold pressed soap

also worked with the local authorities to come

range. Using no palm oil, or petrochemicals,

up with a 20-year plan by which his team

these feature a selection of beautiful, sustainably

move on each year from the forest, allowing

sourced ingredients, like moringa from Ghana.

it to regenerate after they take the rosewood. There are 20 ‘zones’, so they move from one

Of course it sounds Utopian, but right now,

to the other to reduce impact on the wildlife.

would you want it any other way?

When I was there they had just built a two-storey

Simon Constantine

house from scratch only from wood that they

Writer, Lush head buyer and perfumer

found on site. They transported a sawmill to the site, on a tiny little boat. On the tracks left by

Andrew Walmsley for SOS and Simon Constantine

the logger you can see tapir and jaguar prints arriving back. Everything they are hoping to do is


to allow it to come back as naturally as possible.

Find out more about the Sumatran Orangutan Society at

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WHAT IF YOUR LOVE WAS ILLEGAL? In 75 countries around the world, it is a crime to be gay. In 10 of those, it could cost you your life. Andre Banks of the LGBT rights organization All Out tells us why no one should be left behind in the fight for equality.

Free speech is a right that is worth preserving. In each edition we give our SOAP BOX pages to others to tell us their view of the world.




o matter who you are or where you live,

believe that the freedom to love whomever

you will probably be in a relationship

you choose should be a fundamental

at some point in your life that people

component of basic human rights. Love

will frown upon. Whether you’re dating

is a way for people to express who they

someone older, younger, of a different race

are and be themselves, and shouldn’t

or different religion, or someone of the same

come with a risk of persecution or death.

sex, people in your life may express their

Globally, there have been many successes

disapproval of who you love. But what if your

—among them, the recent vote in favor of

love was illegal? What if someone else’s

marriage equality in Ireland and the historic

opinion of your relationship was grounds

ruling for love at the United States Supreme

to put you in jail or physically harm you?

Court. Taking a moment to celebrate is important. But in that moment, we also must

Just this past June, two Moroccan men on

say: “no one should be left behind in the

holiday in Rabat were arrested after embracing

movement for equality.” Hundreds of millions

in front of a local tourist attraction. Accused

of dollars go to fight for equality in the United

of being in contravention of local anti-gay

States each year. However, less than $1 is

laws, both men were put in jail, the media

spent in Africa for every $10 spent in the

released their identities, and hate rallies

U.S. All around the world, we see that the

were organized at their homes. If they are

communities facing the toughest fights have

convicted, they face up to three years in jail –

the fewest dollars to fight back against powerful

all for hugging a member of the same sex.

and well-resourced governments, religious institutions and media institutions. These are the

When we consider that something intrinsic

communities that need our support the most.

to the human experience – like love – could be illegal, we can begin to understand how

The challenge with a global agenda is cultural

anti-gay laws can seem arbitrary for people

relevancy. These issues and the conversations

wanting to love who they want. At All Out, we

around them are different around the world,

“Love is a way for people to express who they are and be themselves, and shouldn’t come with a risk of persecution or death.”


A family participates in Brazil’s Campaign for Civil Marriage Equality / photo by Mídia Ninja


Protesters participate in a marriage equality rally in Paris, October 2014 / Photo by Laurent Hazgui, All Out



and it doesn’t make sense to march into a

of consciousness happening, where we as

country and be self-righteous. We want to be

global citizens – not just as citizens of our own

effective and provide real value for activists

countries – are deciding that the promise of

on the ground who need help, so every

human rights should be realized for everyone,

campaign we run is done in partnership with

including people who are LGBT. I am watching

local groups. We want to change people’s

this shift happen every single day, and it’s

minds, encourage tolerance, and influence

happening a lot faster than it was five years

government policy all over the world,

ago, and way faster than it was 10 years ago.

and that can only be possible with local understanding and local passion for change.

If we build a conversation that reaches millions of people around the world, we start to break

For All Out, it’s always been about getting the

the silence on an issue that is too often missed

word out and inspiring people to believe: not

by journalists, and that is usually off the table for

just in the movement towards global equality,

policymakers. We can make sure that no one

but in the idea that there’s something they can

will go through their daily lives without reflecting

do to support it. It’s about changing hearts

on the fact that billions of people live in places

and minds, and opening up the dialogue

where it is dangerous to be who they are.

about human rights. This is our dream: to mobilize millions of people and their social

Add your voice to the conversation. Show

networks in order to change discriminatory

your support for those who are standing up to

laws, shift attitudes in every region and deliver

anti-gay legislation in their country. Most of all,

desperately-needed resources to frontline

consider the fact that a world where no one’s

activists risking their lives for love and equality.

love is illegal is possible, and worth fighting for.

I believe we can get to a point in time when the work of All Out is unnecessary. When I think about the 75 countries where it’s a crime to be gay, and the 10 countries where it might cost you your life, I also think about the real

Andre Banks

possibility of getting those numbers down

Writer, Co-founder of All Out

to 0 and 0 within our lifetime. I see a shift

All Out is non-profit organization changing laws and shifting cultural norms to build a world where no person has to sacrifice their family, freedom, safety or dignity because of who they are or who they love.

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But is it art? Over 20 million bath bombs sold last year, but is it art? The process of creativity takes many forms through many mediums and by choice you select what feels the best way to express yourself. People struggle with expression. Some write songs to express their feelings because they can’t simply say it. Others portray their perspective on society through shocking artistic endeavors. We all express ourselves in some way. It’s human nature. Art catches a moment in time observing a component of culture, society and behavior and displays it. There are no studies on trends to find what should be a popular product for ‘consumers’ in Lush. There is no inspirational artist’s notepad with drawings of potential ideas either.


Yoga Bomb A meditative orange aura slowly spreads across the water unveiling infinite spirals of calming pastel colors and mimosa scents.

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The Experimenter Multicolored clouds burst on impact as if a paint-covered brush has been dipped into the water. Once calm, the opaque teal-green sea is fragranced with an experimental smell of Lush— from Honey I Washed The Kids to Sex Bomb and beyond...



There are experiments, ideas and collaborations that come with drama, frustrations and successes. The culmination is put on display for the world to experience, discuss, and judge as they see fit. All of this creates a worldwide collaborative art project in which customers join in, creating their own interpretation using water as their canvas and bath bombs as paint, photographing and sharing with the world. The intimate reality is that this art is literally immersive. As the colorful bath ball hits the water unlocking each concept in a completely unrepeatable, yet creatively consistent manner.

These products are an act of self expression; however, if this is art, it is in the eye of the beholder.

Jack Constantine Writer, Global brand director and inventor

Felicity Millward and Thomas Griffiths Photographers


Welcome to Your Catalog 100% Vegetarian

Our values are at the core of everything we do, and our cosmetics are a direct representation of what we believe. As you browse this catalog, you’ll discover all of our values in every product.

All our cosmetics are 100% vegetarian and more than 80% are vegan, because we don’t believe in cruelty to animals—not for food, not for clothing, and definitely not for anything else.

Freshest Cosmetics

Freshness is a philosophy that we live and breathe; the fresher the ingredients, the more effective the product.

Ethical Buying

Our ingredients don’t cost the earth. We always want to know where our ingredients come from and how they’re made.


When it comes to packaging, less is more, so there’s minimal waste for our environment.

Fighting Animal Testing

We believe in buying ingredients only from companies that do not conduct or commission tests on animals and in testing our products on willing humans.


Everything we do has a handmade look and feel, because we know that the human touch makes all the difference.

Packaging Symbols

Look for these symbols in our product descriptions.

Black pots

Clear pots


Spray bottles

Our Packaging


Glass pots

Fun wrap Makeup

100% Transparent

We’re continually working to create packaging that’s as innovative and environmentally responsible as our products. Our black pots and bottles are made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic, and we’ve reduced the thickness of our clear plastic bottles, saving thousands of pounds of plastic each year.

Want to know exactly what’s in your product? We make it easy. Our ingredients are listed quantitatively with natural ingredients in green and safe synthetics in black. Vegan products are indicated with the logo. Packaged products also feature a sticker showing you when it was made, who made it and when to use it by.

All prices are retail prices; pricing between web and retail may vary. All prices and ingredients are believed to be correct at the time of printing. We reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions.


Coming Soon Fresh new inventions arriving this fall and winter.

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Shower Jellies

When your showers get boring, our jellies will help you think outside the bottle and add some wibble and wobble!

93,000 Miles

Needles And Pines

Cool down and refresh

Down to Earth

Have a run-in with this reviving jelly. Eucalyptus, peppermint and cinnamon leaf oil ease sore muscles and help you recharge.

A pine needle and cypress leaf infusion transports your mind to evergreen forests.

Ingredients: Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Extract, Mentha

Ingredients: Pinus Sylvestris Leaf Extract, Cupressus

Piperita (Peppermint) Extract, Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Chondrus Crispus

How to use Chill it, freeze or grab it straight from the pot. Then lather up just like you would with soap.

(Carrageenan) Extract, Parfum/Fragrance, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Leaf Oil, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, *Cinnamyl Alcohol, *Cinnamal, *Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Isoeugenol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Limonene, *Linalool, Red 4, Orange 4,

Sempervirens Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Parfum/Fragrance, Pinus Sibirica Seed Oil, Juniperus Virginiana Oil, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, *Citronellol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Blue 1, Green 8, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$6.95 per 100 g/3.5 oz

$11.95 per 240 g/8.4 oz

$8.95 per 100 g/3.5 oz

$19.95 per 240 g/8.4 oz

Refresher Lemony lather This zippy lemon jelly will add a refreshing blast to your morning routine. Ingredients: Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Backhousia Citriodora Leaf Oil, *Citral, *Limonene, *Linalool, Aluminum, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow 5, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$6.95 per 100 g/3.5 oz


$11.95 per 240 g/8.4 oz

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Shower Creams

How to use Hop in the shower, lather up and rinse away.

Some of our best-loved scents in new, softening and cleansing cream formulas.

The Comforter A cuddle in a bottle This sweet, fruity, creamy concoction of blackberry and Fair trade vanilla infusion leaves you feeling reassured and oh-so-soft. Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Rubus Fruticosus (Blackberry) Fruit Extract, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Stearic Acid, Lauryl Betaine, Parfum/Fragrance, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Lactic Acid, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Ribes Nigrum (Black Currant) Fruit Extract, Cupressus Sempervirens Oil, Titanium Dioxide, *Limonene, *Linalool, Potassium Aluminium Silicate, Methylparaben, Red 33, Red 28. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$9.95 per

$18.95 per $28.95 per 100 ml/3.3 fl. oz 250 ml/8.4 fl. oz 500 ml/16.9 fl. oz

Yuzu And Cocoa Yuzu will love this Fresh-squeezed yuzu juice and yuzu infusion with cocoa absolute make for an irresistible chocolate orange fragrance. Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Citrus Junos Peel Water, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Citrus Junos Fruit Extract, Lauryl Betaine, Parfum/Fragrance, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Lactic Acid, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract, Dipteryx Odorata Seed Extract, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Titanium Dioxide, *Citral, *Coumarin, *Limonene, *Linalool, Yellow 5, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$9.95 per

$20.95 per $28.95 per 100 ml/3.3 fl. oz 250 ml/8.4 fl. oz 500 ml/16.9 fl. oz 43


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Body Scrubs

How to use

Get buffed in the buff with two new scrubs—sugar or salt, whatever your pleasure, there’s one for you.

Hop in the shower and sweep these solid bars over any areas in need of exfoliation.

Rub Rub Rub Fresh floral scrubbing bar Brighten and cleanse skin with our exfoliating sea salt and citrus oil bar. Scented with mimosa, orange blossom and jasmine absolutes. Ingredients: Sodium Chloride, Illipe Butter/Beurre d’illipe, Sodium Bicarbonate, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Potassium Bitartrate, Prunus Serrulata (Sakura) Flower, Lauryl Betaine, Jasminum Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Flower Extract, Citrus Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Acacia Decurrens Flower Extract, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Orange) Flower Extract, Lilial, *Limonene, Parfum/Fragrance, Blue 1, Red 28. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$9.95 per 130 g/4.5 oz

The Rough With The Smooth Some like it rough Exfoliating granulated sugar sloughs off dead skin and rough bits, while murumuru butter leaves you feeling supremely softened. Ingredients: Sucrose, Astrocaryum Murumuru Butter, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Potassium Bitartrate, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Lauryl Betaine, Piper Nigrum (Pepper) Seed Oil, Pogostemon Cablin Oil, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, *Benzyl Alcohol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Citral, *Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Farnesol, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Potassium Aluminum Silicate, Titanium Dioxide, Red 7. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Shower Gels

There’s nothing quite like belting out a ballad in the shower. And while you’re baring your body and soul, pair up with one of these tantalizing gels.

How to use Hop in the shower, lather up and rinse away.


Don’t Rain On My Parade

Get into a lather

Life’s a peach!

Don’t tell me not to live!

A cocktail of lavender, jasmine, rose petal, guava and fig all squeezed into an empowering shower gel. 

You’ve got to get up every morning with a smile on your face. Cover yourself with gold, myrrh and peach juice, and show the world how beautiful you are.

Blow the clouds away with fresh-squeezed blueberry juice, and Fair trade vanilla pod and violet leaf infusions.

Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium

Ingredients: Aqua, Commiphora Myrrha Resin

Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium

Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair

Cocoamphoacetate, Rosa Damascena Flower Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Extract, Jasminum Officinale (Jasmine) Flower Extract, Lauryl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Parfum/Fragrance, Lactic Acid, Ficus Carica (Fig) Fruit Juice, Psidium Guajava Fruit Juice, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Jasminum Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Flower Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Vieill, Cananga Odorata Flower Extract, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Coumarin, *Geraniol,

Extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Fruit Extract, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Propylene Glycol, Lauryl Betaine, Prunus Persica (Peach) Juice, Parfum/Fragrance, Lactic Acid, Cistus Ladaniferus Resin, Osmanthus Fragrans Flower Extract, Gardenia Jasminoides Fruit Extract, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Lilial, Coumarin, *Limonene, *Linalool, Synthetic Fluorphogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica, Methylparaben, Yellow 5.

Cocoamphoacetate, Viola Odorata Leaf Extract, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Lauryl Betaine, Vaccinium Myrtillus (Blueberry) Fruit Juice, Propylene Glycol, Parfum/Fragrance, Lactic Acid, Acacia Farnesiana Extract, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Vieill, Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil, Viola Odorata Leaf Extract, Cananga Odorata Flower Oil, *Cinnamal, *Limonene, *Linalool, Methylparaben, Green 3. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

*Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

*Benzyl Benzoate, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Methylparaben, Gardenia Jasminoides Fruit Extract, Red 4, Yellow 5. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$12.95 per $26.95 per

100 ml/3.3 fl. oz 250 ml/8.4 fl. oz

$9.95 per

$20.95 per $28.95 per 100 ml/3.3 fl. oz 250 ml/8.4 fl. oz 500 ml/16.9 fl. oz 45

$12.95 per $26.95 per

100 ml/3.3 fl. oz 250 ml/8.4 fl. oz


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Face Masks

Feel fresh from cheek to cheek with real ingredients and the finest essential oils.

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Available in stores only

How to use Smooth a generous layer over your face, leave for 10 minutes, then rinse. For a deeper cleanse, massage into skin before rinsing.

Available in stores only

Don’t Look At Me

Rosy Cheeks

Don’t be shy!

Cleanse from cheek to cheek

Cleansing lemon juice and scrubby ground rice will leave your skin with nothing to be shy about.

A gentle blend of calamine powder, rose petals and kaolin calms and restores your skin’s balance.

Ingredients: Kaolin, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon)

Ingredients: Calamine Powder, Glycerin, Kaolin, Aqua,

Juice, Glycerin, Oryza Sativa, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch,

Rose Clay (Kaolinite), Rose Petals (Rosa Centifolia),

Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Astrocaryum Murumuru Seed

Parfum/Fragrance, Rose Oil (Rosa Damascena),

Butter, Hectorite, Aqua, Rice Milk, Parfum/Fragrance,

Benzyl Alcohol, Lilial, *Citronellol, *Geraniol.

Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Citrus Aurantium

*Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

Amara (Bitter Orange) Oil, *Limonene, *Geraniol, *Linalool, *Farnesol, Blue 1. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$10.95 per 60 g/2.1 oz

$12.95 per 60 g/2.1 oz

Cup O’ Coffee Kick-start your day Choose the strong, dark and stimulating type to perk up skin and leave it looking radiant and ready for the day. Ingredients: Agave Tequilana Leaf Extract, Kaolin, Glycerin, Talc, Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract, Aqua, Coffee (Coffea Arabica) Seed Powder, Hectorite, Parfum/Fragrance, Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract, Coriandrum Sativum (Coriander) Seed Oil, Caffeine, *Coumarin, *Limonene, *Linalool. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada


per 150 g/5.2 oz



per 325 g/11.4 oz


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Facial Moisturizer Get primed to feel fresh and beautiful. This one’s packed with the world’s most renowned beauty oils for a magical effect.

Magical Moringa Renowned beauty oils create magic Rich beauty oils revered by cultures across the world leave skin looking matte, feeling velvety soft and perfectly primed for makeup. Ingredients: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Argania Spinosa

How to use

Kernel Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil, Rosa Canina Fruit Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Aniba Rosaeodora

Smooth as much or as little as you like onto skin for a fresh, matte finish

(Rosewood) Wood Oil, Cananga Odorata Flower Oil, Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Vieill, Fusanus Spicatus Wood Oil, *Citronellol, *Eugenol, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Parfum/Fragrance. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$24.95 per 75 g/2.6 oz

Shaving Smoothie Look sharp and shave off that five o’clock shadow with this smooth operator.

Five O’ Clock Whistle Look sharp Coffee and lavender are whipped up cappuccino-style for the smoothest shave. Ingredients: Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Extract, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Seed Extract, Aqua,

How to use

Glycerin, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Astrocaryum Murumuru Butter, Stearic Acid, Citrus

Massage onto skin and shave off as you normally would, then rinse.

Aurantifolia (Lime) Juice, Kaolin, Triethanolamine, Cetearyl Alcohol, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Powder, *Citral, *Limonene. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Get hands-on! Our hydrating silky cream, salty scrub and decadent mask are designed with your busy paws in mind.

Golden Handshake A hot hand mask for tired hands A quick stir in warm water creates a decadent soak for your hands. Immerse hands for 10-15 minutes, rinse, pat dry and enjoy! Ingredients: Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, Astrocaryum Murumuru Butter, Sodium Bicarbonate, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Citric Acid, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Cistus Ladaniferus Resin, Fusanus Spicatus Wood Oil, *Citral, Coumarin, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Parfum/Fragrance, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$4.95 per 20 g/0.7 oz

Love And Light

Salted Coconut

Brightens your skin and mood

Fresh coconut hand scrub

This softening neroli and fairly traded cocoa butter hand cream makes light work of moisturizing hands.

This softening neroli and fairly traded cocoa butter hand cream makes light work of moisturizing hands.

Ingredients: Aqua, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba)

Ingredients: Sodium Chloride, Glycerin, Citrus

Seed Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter,

Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Hydrolysed

Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Triethanol-

Soy Protein, Rhus Succedanea Fruit Wax, Sodium

amine, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Oil,

Cocoamphoacetate, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil,

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Citrus

Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, Cocos Nucifera

Aurantium Amara (Orange) Flower Extract, Cetearyl

(Coconut) Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Aurantium

Alcohol, *Citral, *Farnesol, *Geraniol, *Limonene,

Amara (Bitter Orange) Oil, Hydroxycitronellal, Amyl

*Linalool, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

Cinnamal, *Geraniol, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool,

*Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$15.95 per $29.95 per

$19.95 per $39.95 per 100 g/3.5 oz

130 g/4.5 oz

220 g/7.7 oz


300 g/10.5 oz


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Innovations are afoot, so slip on a luxurious lotion, scrub up your soles or fall head over heels for a fresh-fragranced powder.

Twinkle Toes Foot dusting powder Keep feet fresh and dry with the gorgeous fragrances of rose and geranium. Ingredients: Kaolin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Trisilicate, Lycopodium Powder, Moringa Oleifera Powder, Parfum/Fragrance, Styrax Tonkinensis Resin Extract, Pelargonium Graveolens Oil, Pimenta Acris (Bay) Leaf Oil, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, *Benzyl Benzoate, Lilial, *Citronellol, *Eugenol, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Sillica. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$6.95 per 45 g/1.5 oz

Foot soak And Fancy free Treat your feet Feeling dead on your feet? Drop this epsom salt and tagetes tablet into water, submerge your tired tootsies and emerge with renewed soles. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Magnesium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Chondrus Crispus, Sodium Chloride, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Parfum/Fragrance, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Oil, Jasminum Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Flower Extract, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Tagetes Minuta Flower Oil, Amyl Cinnamal, Hydroxycitronellal, *Linalool. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$6.95 per 170 g/5.9 oz


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Go Faster Feet Don’t run on empty Deodorize, moisturize and protect soles with this moisturizing blend of cocoa butter, moringa and brazil nut oil. Ingredients: Aqua, Calycophyllum Spruceanum Bark Extract, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Baobab Oil, Bertholletia Excelsa Seed Oil, Citrullus Lanatus (Watermelon) Seed Oil, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine, Parfum/Fragrance, Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter, Boswellia Carterii Oil, Thyme Oil, Cistus Ladaniferus Oil, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Moringa Pterygosperma, *Citral, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$26.95 per250 g/8.4 oz


Pumice Power

Soft touch your toes

Scrub me like you do

Put your softest foot forward with a beautiful blend of silky cocoa butter, lavender, almond and bergamot oils.

This powerfully exfoliating bar scrubs away dry skin and rough bits on heels and toes, while hydrating with coconut oil.Â

Ingredients: Aqua, Althaea Officinalis Root Extract,

Ingredients: Pumice, Aqua, Brassica Campestris

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil,

(Rapeseed) Seed Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil,

Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Stearic Acid,

Glycerin, Sorbitol, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Aurantium

Glycerin, Triethanolamine, Theobroma Grandiflorum

Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Sodium Chloride, Sodium

Seed Butter, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Aurantium

Stearate, EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Sodium

Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia

Hydroxide, *Limonene, Orange 4.

Oil, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Wood Oil, Lanolin,

*Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

*Limonene, *Linalool, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$13.95 per $26.95 per 100 g/3.3 oz

250 g/8.4 oz

$4.50 per 70 g/2.4 oz



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Bath Bombs

From frozen climes to the unexplored depths of space, bask in the scent and color of these fizzers.

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Intergalactic Blast off into funky This awesome mix will have you hooked on a feeling. Be the guardian of a galaxy as it explodes in your bath. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Potassium Bitartrate, Aqua, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil, Juniperus Virginiana Wood Extract, Isomalt, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Carbon Dioxide, *Limonene, *Linalool, Aluminium, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow 10, Yellow 5, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica, Blue 1, Red 28. * Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Frozen Let it go A magical blend of uplifting grapefruit and neroli will thaw the frostiest of hearts. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Flower Oil, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, Potassium Bitartrate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Mica, Aluminium, Titanium Dioxide, Lilial, Hydoxycitronellal, Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Maltodextrin, Blue 1, Green 3. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Guardian Of The Forest The spirit of nature Immerse yourself in a woodland lagoon dappled with mossy greens and earthy oakmoss absolute. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Cupressus Sempervirens Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Evernia Prunastri (Oakmoss) Extract, Potassium Bitartrate, Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Amyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Citronellol, Benzyl Benzoate, *Limonene, *Linalool, Yellow 10, Blue 1, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Maltodextrin, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Aluminium, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow 5, Green 8, Green 3, Red 4, Yellow 8. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Yoga Bomb Take it slow Find sanctuary in slow, unfurling layers of deeply relaxing sandalwood and olibanum oils. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Potassium Bitartrate, Acacia Farnesiana Flower Extract, Boswellia Carterii Oil, Cinnamomu Camphora (Camphor) Wood Oil, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Wood Oil, Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Benzyl Benzoate, Eugenol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Aluminium, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow 5, Blue 1, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica, Red 28, Yellow 6. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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How to use Drop one in your bath water and enjoy the explosion of color and scent.

The Experimenter Original motion pictures Your own bathtime motion picture, starring vibrant color, popping candy and comforting fair trade vanilla. Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil, Dipteryx Odorata Seed Extract, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Potassium Bitartrate, Aqua, Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Coumarin, *Eugenol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Isomalt, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Carbon Dioxide, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Tin Oxide, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica, Blue 1, Red 27, Red 28, Yellow 8. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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How to use

Kids young and old will love creating these new Fun shapes. From mermaids to creatures from outer space, the sky’s the limit.

To use as soap or shampoo, take a small bit in your hand, hop in the tub and lather up. If you fancy a bubble bath, crumble a small piece under a running tap for mountains of suds.

Rainbow A kaleidoscope of color Can’t choose just one kind of Fun? Mix it up with all the colors of the rainbow!

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Aliens And Monsters

Sweet, honey toffee scent

Out-of-this-world bathtime fun

You’ve got the golden touch! Use your imagination and mold this golden sudser into whatever your heart desires.

How many arms, legs and eyes will your monsters and aliens have? Let your imagination run wild with pink, purple and green Fun.

Ingredients: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Talc, Glycerin,

Ingredients: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Talc, Glycerin,

Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sweet Wild Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, *Limonene, *Linalool, Benzyl Benzoate, Lilial, Citronellol, Aluminium, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Piper Nigrum (Pepper) Seed Oil, Pogostemon Cablin Oil, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Gardenia Jasminoides Fruit Extract, *Limonene, Parfum/Fragrance, Red 33, Blue 1. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

$6.95 per 200 g/7.0 oz

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Bubble Bars

These little wonders not only look and smell fantastic, but you’ll get mounds of fluffy bubbles from them, too!

Big Bang Start with a bang Start baths off with a lemon myrtle bang. Lie back and think of the universe. Ingerdients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bitartrate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch,

How to use Crumble or hold under running water and watch the bubbles pile up.

Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Butter, Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Backhousia Citriodora Leaf Oil, Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) Peel Oil, Olea Europaea (Oilve) Fruit Oil, Aspergillus/Rice Ferment Filtrate, Citric Acid, Laureth 4, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Titanium Dioxide, Tin Oxide, Aluminum, Mica, Benzyl Benzoate, *Citral, *Limonene, Blue 1, Red 33, Red 28, Yellow 5, Red 21 Lake. *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Pink Flamingo

Milky Bath

Slip into something more bubbly

Hot milk?

A cocktail-inspired reusable bubble bar, filled with fragrant rosewood and sexy ylang ylang to set the mood.

Don’t cry over spilled milk. Bathe in it! Made with fairly traded cocoa butter for softness.

Ingredients: Sodium Carbonate, Potassium Bitartrate,

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Bitartrate,

Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Glycerin,

Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Lauryl Betaine, Nonfat Dry

Citric Acid, Lauryl Betaine, Parfum/Fragrance, Aniba

Milk/lait écrémé en poudre, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch,

Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Citrus Aurantium

Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Glycerin,

Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Cananga Odorata Flower

Parfum/Fragrance, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange)

Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Oryza Sativa

Peel Oil, Pogostemon Cablin Leaf Oil, Olea Europaea

(Rice) Bran Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter,

(Olive) Fruit Oil, Laureth 4, Aluminium, Mica, Titanium

Titanium Dioxide, PEG–6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides,

Dioxide, Iron Oxides, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch,

PEG-60 Almond Glycerides, Benzyl Alcohol, *Benzyl

Maltodextrin, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Amyl Cinnamal,

Benzoate, *Limonene, *Linalool, Red 27, Orange 4.

Benzyl Salicylate, Lilial, Citronellol, Geraniol, Hexyl

*Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

Cinnamal, Hydroxycitronellal, *Limonene, *Linalool *Occurs naturally in essential oils. Made in Canada

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Shops in Canada Alberta

Coquitlam Coquitlam Centre (604) 945-5874

Whistler  4308 Main St (604) 932-5445

Hamilton Lime Ridge Mall (905) 387-0309

Calgary Chinook Centre (403) 252-0741

Kelowna Orchard Park Mall (250) 860-5874


Kingston  Cataraqui Centre (613) 384-5874

Market Mall (403) 288-5870

Nanaimo  Woodgrove Mall (250) 390-1774

Winnipeg Polo Park Mall (204) 977-5874

Kitchener Fairview Park Mall (519) 748-4276

Prince George  Pine Centre (250) 562-1907

St. Vital Centre (204) 256-2627

London White Oaks Mall (519) 963-0272

Yorkdale Shopping Centre (416) 782-9683

Surrey Guildford Town Centre (604) 584-8158

Nova Scotia

Masonville Place (519) 673-6499

Windsor Devonshire Mall (519) 966-7706

Vancouver 1020 Robson St (604) 687-5874

Dartmouth Mic Mac Mall (902) 465-5874

2248 West 4th Ave (604) 733-5874

Halifax Halifax Shopping Centre (902) 454-5874

Sunridge Mall (403) 590-5852 Edmonton 10624 Whyte Ave (780) 437-9427 West Edmonton Mall (780) 483-5974 Kingsway Garden Mall (780) 474-1758 Red Deer  Bower Place Mall (403) 986-5874 Rocky View Crossiron Mills (403) 230-5874

British Columbia Burnaby Metrotown Mall (604) 437-5874

Pacific Centre (604) 563-9355 West Vancouver Park Royal Shopping Centre (604) 921-8034 Victoria  1003 Government St (250) 384-5874 Hillside Shopping Centre (250) 370-5874

Ontario Etobicoke  Sherway Gardens (416) 695-1730 Guelph Stone Road Mall (519) 821-8874

Markham Markville Mall (905) 474-2874 Mississauga  Square One Mall (905) 277-5874 Newmarket Upper Canada Mall (905) 895-2874 Ottawa  St. Laurent Centre (613) 564-5874 Rideau Centre (613) 238-7144 Pickering  Pickering Town Centre (905) 831-7266


Thunder Bay Intercity Shopping Centre (807) 577-5874 Toronto Toronto Eaton Centre (416) 646-5874 312 Queen St W (416) 599-5874

Québec Laval Carrefour Laval (450) 902-5874 Montréal Les Galeries d’Anjou (514) 355-3874 4067 Rue Saint-Denis (514) 849-5333 Montreal Eaton Centre (514) 849-9458 Pointe-Claire Fairview Pointe-Claire (514) 630-5874

Québec City  Galeries de la Capitale (418) 623-5874 Place Laurier (418) 657-2874 1120 Rue Saint-Jean (418) 692-5676 Rosemère Place Rosemère (450) 420-3874

Saskatchewan Saskatoon  Midtown Plaza (306) 244-5874


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Shops in the United States Alaska

San Francisco 240 Powell St  (415) 693-9633

Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall (907) 274-0139

2116 Union St  (415) 921-5874

Arizona Chandler Chandler Fashion Center (480) 857-2344 Scottsdale Fashion Square (480) 946-5874 Tucson La Encantada Shopping Center (520) 529-7270

California Anaheim Anaheim Garden Walk (714) 991-9657 Arcadia Santa Anita Mall (626) 821-0917 Brea Brea Mall (714) 672-1236 Canoga Park Topanga Mall (818) 703-7562 Carmel Pine Inn Complex (831) 625-5874 Emeryville 5665 Bay St (510) 428-2994 Escondido North County Mall (760) 746-0293 Fresno Fashion Fair Mall (559) 230-1693 Glendale Glendale Galleria  (818) 244-5874 Mission Viejo The Shops at Mission Viejo (949) 364-1916 Newport Beach Fashion Island (949) 640-5657 Pasadena 24 E Colorado Blvd  (626) 792-0901 Pleasanton Stoneridge Shopping Center (925) 737-0532 Rancho Cucamonga Victoria Gardens (949) 364-1916 Roseville Westfield Galleria (916) 786-5874 Sacramento Arden Fair (916) 927-2970 San Diego Fashion Valley (619) 688-9736 University Town Center (858) 552-9082

Stonestown Galleria (415) 753-3810 San Jose Westfield Oakridge Mall (408) 229-2530 San Luis Obispo (805) 543-2723 San Mateo Hillsdale Shopping Center (650) 638-1687 Santa Barbara 613 Paseo Nuevo St (805) 957-0099 Santa Clara Valley Fair Mall (408) 247-5874 Santa Monica 1404 3rd St Promenade (310) 255-0030 Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Plaza (707) 528-3317 Sherman Oaks 14006 Riverside Dr (818) 995-8661 Thousand Oaks The Oaks (805) 379-4048 Torrence Coming Soon: Del Amo Fashion Centre Universal City Citywalk (818) 487-9800 Valencia Valencia Town Center (661) 799-7180 Walnut Creek Coming Soon: Broadway Plaza

Colorado Boulder 1312 Pearl St  (303) 444-5874 Denver Cherry Creek Shopping Center (303) 333-5874 Lone Tree Park Meadows Mall (303) 799-1699

Connecticut Danbury Danbury Fair (203) 744-5874 Farmington Westfarms Mall (860) 521-3436 Trumbull 5065 Main St (203) 373-6886 Uncasville Mohegan Sun (860) 862-4220





Newark  Christiana Mall (302) 738-5874

Meridian Meridian Village (208) 855-4815

St. Louis St. Louis Galleria (314) 725-6333

District of Columbia


Annapolis Westfield Annapolis Shopping Mall (410) 897-5967

Chicago 859 W Armitage Ave (773) 281-5874

Washington 3066 M St NW (202) 333-6950

1727 N Damen Ave (773) 227-3946


Lush at Macy’s Water Tower Place (312) 573-1805

Aventura Aventura Mall (305) 935-7022

Oakbrook Oakbrook Center (630) 928-0389

Brandon Brandon Town Center (813) 661-8101

Orland Park Orland Square Mall (708) 403-1723

Boca Raton Town Center at Boca Raton (561) 620-2842

Schaumburg Woodfield Mall (847) 240-5874 Skokie Old Orchard Center (847) 674-2725

Jacksonville St. John’s Town Center (904) 642-3071


The Avenues (904) 519-7934

Fort Wayne Lush at Macy’s Glenbrook Mall (260) 482-4151

Miami 601B Lincoln Rd (305) 695-2711 Dadeland Mall (305) 662-4194

Indianapolis Fashion Mall at Keystone (317) 844-9260

Orlando Florida Mall (407) 854-5874


Mall at Millenia (407) 351-5559

West Des Moines Jordan Creek Town Center (515) 225-1175

Orlando Airport (407) 825-3174 Palm Beach Gardens The Gardens Mall (561) 627-4348 Sarasota The Mall at University Town Center (941) 893-1075


Louisville  Oxmoor Center (502) 423-0329


Perimeter Mall (770) 394-5874

Baton Rouge Mall of Louisiana (225) 767-7002

Buford Mall of Georgia (770) 831-5889

New Orleans Coming Soon: Royal Street


Coming Soon: Magazine Street

Maine South Portland Maine Mall (207) 761-0472


Nebraska Omaha  Village Pointe (402) 550-8098

Nevada Las Vegas  Fashion Show Mall (702) 754-3811


Mandalay Bay (702) 227-5874

Braintree South Shore Plaza (781) 843-0251 Burlington Burlington Mall (781) 505-9898 Cambridge Harvard Square (617) 497-5874 Natick Natick Mall (508) 650-0123 Chestnut Hill Mall at Chestnut Hill (617) 244-2957 Peabody Northshore Mall (978) 531-1199

Michigan Ann Arbor Briarwood Mall (734) 761-6285

Clinton Township The Mall at Partridge Creek (586) 228-1594

Lexington Lush at Macy’s Fayette Mall (859) 971-0028

Coming Soon: West County Center

Towson  Towson Town Center Mall (410) 828-1313

Overland Park Oak Park Mall (913) 888-5874

Wellington Wellington Green (561) 422-6131

Lahaina 713 Front St  (808) 661-1199

Columbia The Mall in Columbia (410) 730-1364

Grand Rapids Woodland Mall (616) 285-0608


Honolulu Ala Moana Center (808) 941-7400

Bethesda Montgomery Mall (301) 365-7444


Tampa International Plaza (813) 870-6961

Atlanta Lush at Macy’s Lennox Square Mall (404) 841-0204

Baltimore Harbor East (410) 528-7260

Novi Twelve Oaks Mall (248) 348-0791 Troy  The Somerset Collection Mall (248) 458-1690

Miracle Mile (702) 734-0310 Forum Shops at Caesars (702) 734-0113 Grand Bazaar (909) 899-0594 Summerlin Downtown Summerlin (702) 869-1118

New Hampshire Nashua Pheasant Lane Mall (603) 888-1521 Salem The Mall at Rockingham Park (603) 890-3455

New Jersey Atlantic City The Pier Shops at Caesars (609) 345-5733 Bridgewater Bridgewater Commons (908) 685-5950 Cherry Hill Cherry Hill Mall (856) 488-6050 Freehold Freehold Raceway Mall (732) 845-4716


Jersey City Newport Center (201) 386-3217

Bloomington Mall of America (952) 854-9672

Lawrenceville Quaker Bridge Mall (609) 750-7166

Edina 3915 W 50th St (952) 922-8063 Minnetonka Coming Soon: Ridgedale Centre Roseville Rosedale Center (651) 633-9249

Paramus Garden State Plaza (201) 843-3600 Rockaway Townsquare (973) 328-8347 Short Hills The Mall at Short Hills (973) 376-0637

Shop List

Shops in the United States New Mexico Albuquerque ABQ Uptown (505) 888-8804

New York Albany Cross Gates Mall (518) 456-0570 Buffalo Walden Galleria (716) 683-0391 Garden City Roosevelt Field (516) 746-1718 Huntington Station 160 Walt Whitman Rd (631) 385-1891 Nanuet The Shops at Nanuet (845) 623-3043 New York 206 A East 86th (212) 249-5194 Shop & Spa 783 Lexington Ave (212) 207-8151 7th East 14th St (212) 255-5133 2165 Broadway (212) 787-5874 44 W 34th St (212) 564-0254 Coming Soon: Columbus Circle Turnstile

Victor The Eastview Mall (585) 425-0439 White Plains The Westchester (914) 328-3083

North Carolina Charlotte South Park Mall (704) 366-5368


Puerto Rico

Tulsa Woodland Hills Mall (918) 461-9629

San Juan  The Mall of San Juan (787) 332-0470

Oklahoma City Penn Square Mall (405) 840- 7861

Rhode Island


Raleigh Crabtree Valley Mall (919) 787-1620

Happy Valley Clackamas Town Center (503) 653-3421


Portland 708 NW 23rd Ave (503) 228-5874

Beachwood Beachwood Mall (216) 292-7766 Cincinnati Coming Soon: Kenwood Towne Center Columbus Easton Town Center (614) 337-1952 Liberty Township Coming Soon: Liberty Centre

Tigard Washington Square (503) 624-9942

Pennsylvania King of Prussia King of Prussia Mall (610) 337-2781 Lancaster Park City Center (717) 293-2717

Polaris Fashion Place (614) 846-6353

Philadelphia Shop & Spa 1525 Walnut St (215) 546-5874

Westlake Coming Soon: Crocker Park

Pittsburgh Ross Park Mall (412) 366-8096 South Hills Village (412) 833-4204

Providence Providence Place Mall (401) 432-6587

South Carolina Charleston 316 B Kings Street (843) 720-4274

Tennessee Nashville The Mall at Green Hills (615) 292-9915

Texas Austin 1012 W 6th St (512) 524-4459 Dallas Dallas Galleria (972) 386-5874 Northpark Mall (214) 696-5874 Friendswood Baybrook Mall (281) 286-5874


Houston Highland Village (713) 552-0465

McLean Tysons Corner (703) 893-5874

Coming Soon: Memorial City

Norfolk MacArthur Center (757) 622-1485

Coming Soon: Willowbrook Mall Plano Willowbend Mall (972) 202-4573 San Antonio North Star Mall (210) 348-5484 Sugar Land First Colony Mall (281) 565-6436 Woodlands Market St (281) 465-4603

Richmond Short Pump Town Center (804) 360-1326

Washington Bellevue Bellevue Square Mall (425) 455-5874 Lynnwood Coming Soon: Alderwood Mall


Seattle Westlake Center (206) 624-5874

Farmington Station Park (801) 451-5452

Tacoma Tacoma Mall (253) 474-0121

Murray Fashion Place (801) 262-5042

Tukwila Southcenter Mall (206) 246-2504

Salt Lake City City Creek Center (801) 521-4651


Virginia Arlington Fashion Center at Pentagon City (703) 418-1878

Madison Hilldale-Madison (608) 231-2564 Wauwatosa Mayfair Mall (414) 257-1838

Furze Luxury Bath Oil

Blooming indulgent bathing Sink deep into the creamy embrace of moisturizing shea butter and coconut oil, as the comforting bouquet of neroli and elderflower enchants your senses.​

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Fresh Thinking (CAN) - Summer 2015  
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