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About Lush Cosmetics

We believe in making effective products from fresh, organic* fruit and vegetables, the finest essential oils and safe synthetics. We invent our own products and fragrances. We make them fresh by hand using little or no preservative or packaging, using only vegetarian ingredients, and tell you when they were made. We believe in buying ingredients only – 
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Lush Clapham Junction

The first UK Naked concept shop - Manchester Market Street

Lush Manchester stripped off the packaging to become the UK's first #LushNaked shop. Will you join them in the naked revolution?

Lush Makeup

The #LushMakeup range got a whole load bigger with the launch of 12 vegan and cruelty-free eyeliners in hues of blue, green, purple, metallics and classic black. With a soothing base of organic jojoba and Fair Trade organic aloe vera gel, this liner will glide on seamlessly and be extra gentle on your delicate eye area. Finishes range from matte to gorgeous shimmers (packed full of plastic-free glitter) all packaged up in glass bottles.

Lush Digital

People are at the heart of our business. We want you to enjoy and challenge yourself, build a career, and teach us what we don’t know, so we’ve created a culture where your job description is a starting point, not an end goal. Our working style is flexible, fluid, supportive, and authentic - if you’ve got the drive to push yourself and try different things, you will have our support.

How It's Made: Turtle Jelly Bomb

Slow down dude and check out this turtley awesome creature! Bathe in mineral-rich, hand harvested sea salt and delve deep into the big blue with Turtle #jellybomb. With sandalwood and cypress oils to keep you grounded, help a friend out by going #plasticfree and opting to go naked. #zerowaste

Carbon Efficient Shipping | Lush Buying

Lush has set the course to reduce carbon emissions in its product line. The first product is a cork pot, which is sourced from Portugal and can be used to store a packaging-free shampoo bar. Discover more: Lush showcases the impact of direct ingredient sourcing on suppliers and their environment by pursuing sustainable approaches along with Lush products’ manufacturing and shipping cycles. These approaches seek to significantly reduce carbon emissions and now include the use of a traditional sailing ship to deliver the cork pots on a four-week journey from Portugal to Poole, Dorset.