Cruelty-free cosmetics company Lush has just released 54 new bath bombs to celebrate 30 years since the product was first invented – and they’re all vegan.
This year marks 30 years since Lush co-founder Mo Constaintine first created the bath bomb in her garden shed, and in celebration, they’ve just released 54 spectacular new limited edition bath bombs today.
Whilst many of the new bath bombs are brand new, long-term fans of the brand will recognise some retro products returning such as Ne Worry Pas, whilst many others feature popular scents from long-discontinued products bought back in a new form.
According to Lush: “some brand-new formulas and others resurrected from deep within the Lush archives, with an innovative new look,” and all are handmade, vegan, and packaging-free.
The full range will be available around the world from 29 March until the start of summer, and each Lush store will be able to choose a bespoke selection of the new bath bombs to feature for a limited time.
In typically Lush fashion, the new products are all cleverly named and includes products such as Bom Perignon, Ginger Ninja, Honey I Washed the Kids (which is made without honey), Pirates of the Carrageenan and Yuzu & Cocoa.
Highlights in the range include the Black Rose bomb (scented in Lush’s popular Rose Jam scent-family), which initially turns your bath water a pleasing pink colour before releasing its true colours and turning your water a deep, witchy black.
If you’re looking for a bath bomb that will banish aches and pains then Magma is for you! Lush encourages the user to “Drop it like it’s hot into your bath and watch as a warming orange foam escapes through the cracks in this red orb.”
This spicy cinnamon and peppermint leaf bath bomb eases tensions with a comforting menthol aroma, giving your skin a whole lotta lava. Fans of Lush’s Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar will certainly recognise the scent!
Lush recently announced its decision to remove eggs from all of its products claiming the truth about egg production is so unpalatable.
The company has experimented with many ingredients to ensure the products are still as effective as ever to use and will be using chickpea aquafaba, tofu, soya yoghurt and wheat gluten to replace eggs in the products.
The entire range of bath bombs, both new and old, can be viewed here: www.uk.lush.com/products/bath-bombs.