Lush for Spring & Summer 2010

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I remember Mark Constantine (Lush’s founding father) saying that creating new products for Lush each season was like revamping the entire line. As we near Spring (can’t be Spring yet with all this bloody rain) and Summer, Lush will bring us a big release of at least 30-40 products I imagine but until that time I have brief glimpses on what you can prepare yourself for.

Last week I told you about new bath bombs, a new cream for the girls (breast cream), and some TLC products for your tootsies.

Jump ahead to experience some more new Lush.

Lush Summer 2010 Collection 3

Try a trial-size sample of our Charity Pot hand and body lotion, made with softening Fairtrade organic cocoa butter and almond oil to make your skin feel lovely, and it has a scent you’ll want to sniff all day long. Every penny that you pay for it – excluding the VAT, which goes to run public services in the UK – will go into our Lush Charity Pot Fund, which is then given to the various organizations we support.

Lush Summer 2010 Collection 1

Our tokens to the forest deities are green, fizzing toner tabs with uplifting grapefruit, sweet orange and neroli oils. Drop into a bowl of hot water and enjoy the sharp, citrusy blast of oils. Your face will be toned, refreshed and a little closer to the divine.

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Tame your mane with some smooth R&B stylings. The tropical butters and candelilla wax will help to moisturize and control frizzy, flyaway hair, but R & B works to soothe dry scalps, too, with calming oat milk. And once you smell the orange flower, your hair will well and truly get its groove back.

Lush Summer 2010 Collection 2

Don’t worry; the apocalypse isn’t coming quite yet. Brimstone is a deeply fragrant, hardcore body scrub, with natural sulphur to condition the skin and keep the body clear. The cleansing China clay, exfoliating sea salt and calming hemp oils shall rain down vengeance on sins of the flesh and lead you back onto the path of righteousness.

Gotta say that Lush R & B Hair Moisturizer sounds rather fab! Not so sure about Brimstone could prove mega harsh on my skin plus hemp oil tends to smell gross!

I look forward to seeing more bombs and bubble bars released but that’s some what ironic since I hate a bath in the warm weather. Much more keen on a cold Winter’s night!

Whatcha think?

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  • 4/26/10 13:41 Heather:

    I wonder if the charity pot will ever have a different scent? I unfortunately do not like the current one.

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    • 4/26/10 13:52 the Muse:

      no heather sadly not hun same scent

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  • 4/26/10 14:12 Aki:

    The brimstone reminds me of Buffy…I gotta try that!

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    • 4/26/10 16:49 the Muse:

      yup aki but I heard it stinks lol! So kinda scared!

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  • 4/26/10 15:36 DivineMsN:

    I am so excited. I recently became a fan and I am there at least once a week.

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    • 4/26/10 16:49 the Muse:

      hi divine :-D yay welcome to the wonderful world of Lush!

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  • 4/26/10 20:00 Marce:

    Exciting! I like the look of Brimstone and A Token to the Forest Gods!

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  • 4/26/10 21:27 Lauren:

    Is this in the USA as well?

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    • 4/27/10 9:12 the Muse:

      shortly Lauren :)

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  • 4/27/10 14:57 Thimbler:

    OMG A Token For The Forest Gods reminds me of RPG times and my good ol’ Zelda days!! (Only GB Zelda, no Ocarina of Time for me :_( ) I MUST OWN THEM ALL!!

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    • 4/27/10 15:21 the Muse:

      lol thimbler <3 Zelda!

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  • 4/27/10 18:07 Hana:

    Oooh, that R&B stuff looks tempting. Is it a leave-in? I’ll wait for your review (and for it to come to the US), but I think it’s something I might end up grabbing!

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    • 4/28/10 9:59 the Muse:

      hey hana believe so :-D kinda hair smoothing balm :D

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  • 11/15/10 21:17 alli:

    did you do a review on this R & B? I was able to score a sample if it, but the SA only told me that it was used on dry hair to kind of piece it out and add a little more definition. I have to say that I tried it on my dry hair (I have wicked curly and frizzy hair) and Ir eally didn’t see any actual benefits or it doing anything to my hair to help it out. Is it a leave-in? or am I missing something?

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    • 11/16/10 13:10 the Muse:

      um no actually I didn’t alli. It is indeed leave in. Kinda a hair smoother :) try curly wurly shampoo, it really tames the frizz!

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