What’s in the Lush Christmas 2020 collection?
Lush's festive new range has just arrived, and you're going to want to put in a good word with Santa ASAP.
It might only be September, but it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Lush. The cosmetics retailer has just launched its 2020 Christmas range and it's jam-packed full of goodies that you're going to want to put on your wishlist immediately.
A whopping 20 new products have been added to this year's collection, which means you'll have plenty of opportunities to stock up on bath bombs, shower scrubs, bubble bars and shower gels.
Some of our favourite newbies include the marzipan-scented Roasting Chestnuts On An Open Fire Shower Gel ($10.95-$36.95), the fruity Sugar Plum Shower Bomb ($5.95) and the adorably shaped I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas Bath Bomb ($5.95).
You'll also be able to snap up a floral-inspired Winter Garden Bath Bomb ($7.95), an orange and tangerine-scented Angels Delight Bubble Bar ($6.95), a very Orange Shower Scrub ($18.95) and a sexy Kinky Boots Bubble Bar ($11.95).
Some festive favourites are also set to make a return for the collection, such as the Once Upon A Time Body Lotion ($18.95-$34.95), Snow Fairy Body Conditioner ($17.95-$31.95), Santa's Belly Shower Jelly ($11.95), Rudolph Nose Shower Bomb ($5.95) and Candy Cane Reusable Bubble Bar ($7.95)
As always, the entire Christmas range is 100% vegan and cruelty-free, meaning that you can gift it (either to yourself or to a loved one) entirely guilt-free.
The Lush Christmas 2020 collection launched at 3pm today on the Lush Australia site and will be available in stores from 8 October. The line follows the release of a spooky Halloween-themed collection that's still up for grabs on the Lush online store.
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