Inventor's Story - 53 Article(s)
These are exactly what we say they are; luxurious bath products which melt in your bathwater, releasing essential oils and emollient ingredients to perfume and soften the skin.
Did you know that we invented solid Bubble Bar Slices, and even have a patent on them? One night LUSH co-founder and product inventor Helen Ambrosen left a sodium bicarbonate and cream of tartar mixture out and it accidentally got wet
Father-and-son Gorilla Perfumers talk to us about their journey together
The LUSH inventors have been incredibly inspired by nature recently; the forest, sea, sky, and even the earth.
Simon Constantine: “A short but powerful man beckons us. His name is the Venerable Ngawang Woebar and he’s a Tibetan monk. He welcomes us into the small room of his office and asks what it is we want..."
An almost edible honey rich shower gel for lovers of Honey I Washed The Kids soap. Hallelujah!
Mark on Ladyboy fragrance: "The banana isn’t some kind of a joke. The finished scent on the skin is sophisticated and contemporary in my opinion..."
"I always find Mo, my wife, difficult to understand, but that can then be expressed through music. I don't really get her - she always leaves a little bit to be revealed..." -Mark Constantine, LUSH founder and product inventor
"When I was young, I had a crush on a beautiful French waitress who smelled of lemons." -Mark Constantine, LUSH founder and product inventor
After working for years to revolutionize the beauty industry, they've been given this incredible honor that recognizes their pioneering work as cosmetic scientists, philanthropists and business leaders.
LUSH co-founder and product inventor Mark Constantine on the inspiration of Dear John perfume.
Mark and Simon Constantine get down and Dirty.
We always put the whole fruit in (did you ever think otherwise!) – those spotty bits you can see are the fig seeds.
LUSH co-founder and product inventor Mark Constantine talks about the significance of Emotional Brilliance
Although Mark is LUSH’s hair expert (he is a trained trichologist after all!) and very skilled at making wonderful hair care products, he often shares his ideas with Helen Ambrosen.
“I see cosmetics as more of an art than science, and being able to draw beautiful pictures with ingredients like this is almost like painting a portrait and thinking ‘how does this sound?’ and ‘what effect is this going to have?”