Katy Cobb

Katy’s LUSH journey began in 2009 at the Robson Street store. Here, she abandoned her ego, donned a Sex Bomb costume and spread LUSH love through the streets of Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Since then, Katy’s worked in LUSH manufacturing as a manager-in-training in the Gifts department and has most recently joined the Copy team where she’s excited to share her LUSH passion through the written word (though she’ll miss the Sex Bomb costume). Katy’s a self-proclaimed cheesecake connoisseur and crazy cat lady. When she’s not LUSHin’ it up, you’ll find her hiking the north shore trails or perfecting her sangria recipe.

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May 05.8

How It’s Made: Gorgeous facial moisturizer

Behind the Scenes

On a sunny spring day in Vancouver, we visited the Dairy Pots room in our cosmetic kitchen. On this visit, superstar Compounder Madu was making a batch of our most luxurious facial moisturizer, Gorgeous. >>

Katy Cobb
May 05.5

Cinco de Mayo Crafternoon: Handmade Pinata

DIY

Rene from our Customer Care Team shows us how to create a traditional piñata. It’s almost as fun to make as it is to destroy. >>

Katy Cobb
Apr 04.29

Mother’s Day Contest: Our Favorite Entries So Far

Contests

It’s still early in our #thatswhatmumsaid contest, but we’ve received so many amazing entries already that we couldn’t wait to share some with you! Here are our favorites so far... >>

Katy Cobb
Apr 04.21

Mother’s Day Crafternoon: Recycled Paper Flowers

DIY

We’ve made our own adorable flowers with recycled materials. Follow along and make your own bouquet to give Mum along with some LUSHious delights! >>

Katy Cobb
Apr 04.20

Hoppy Easter From LUSH

Community

We hope your weekend is filled with fun, family, and plenty of LUSHious treats left behind by the Easter Bunny! >>

Katy Cobb
Apr 04.9

Spring Chat Party Sneak Peek

Community

It’s almost here: our Spring Chat Party is tomorrow! >>

Katy Cobb
Mar 03.17

Peace Pioneers

Ethical Buying

Co-operatively growing organic crops, The Peace Community of San José de Apartadó, Colombia quietly resists the political violence in their country with the hope of building a conflict-free future. >>

Katy Cobb

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