LUSH announces three new beauty buys: What’s in the collection?
Banish winter skin with the Fresh new face masks you can shop from today.
If the recent drop in temperature is wreaking havoc on your skin, you're going to want to pay your nearest LUSH store a visit in the coming weeks.
The cruelty-free beauty brand has just launched three new products in-store and online, with each one targeted at soothing and nourishing the skin.
Each product is a part of LUSH's "Fresh Skincare" range, which sees products dispatched and delivered to LUSH stores within 24 hours of being made.
Not only does this mean that the ingredients are at their maximum potency, but it also allows each product to remain 100% preservative-free.
What's included in the launch?
Glen Cocoa - $14.95
In a much appreciated nod to the masterpiece that is Mean Girls, the Glen Cocoa mask is right at the very top of our wishlists.
Made from a combination of kaolin clay and almond butter, the Fresh face mask aims to soften and beautify the skin for a Regina George-approved glow.
Brush Strokes - $14.95
If the winter wind has thrown the balance of your skin out of whack, Brush Strokes is for you.
The nourishing face mask has been designed to soothe and balance the skin, using a mix of rose water and coconut blossom nectar to reduce redness and increase hydration.
Cucumber - $6
Priced at just $6, the Cucumber eye pad is perfect for throwing on while you're sitting on the couch with a glass of wine.
In addition to de-puffing and smoothing the under-eye area, LUSH claims the eye pad can also increase collagen and elastin production thanks to the addition of vitamin C.
Fresh Faced - $35
If you're looking for an easy way to apply your new face masks, you'll also be able to purchase a handy applicator brush.
In true LUSH style, the brush is handmade, cruelty-free and 100% vegan, making it worth the $35 price tag.
If you are looking for a cheaper alternative though, you can read our guide on where to buy makeup and skincare brushes online.
In a release, LUSH co-founder and product inventor, Mo Constantine said, "In recent years formulae have become synthetic, complicated, and over-preserved."
"What LUSH offers are simplicity, effectiveness, an ingredient list you can understand, and overall a thrilling experience."
The new products will be available year-round and will be handmade by LUSH chefs in the brand's Sydney-based kitchen.