Ingredient Facts - 42 Article(s)
We use scoops of sweet ground almonds in many of our skincare products because they create such a wonderful, gentle exfoliation. We coarsely grind the almonds to create a soft, floury texture which gives a lovely polish to the skin, improving the tone, colour and texture.
Cupuacu trees are a traditional rainforest food source native to Brazil and Cuba. Cold-pressing the seeds of the cupuacu fruit creates a thick, rich butter high in beneficial fatty acids.
We use chamomile blue oil extensively across all our product ranges for it’s gentle, soothing nature.
The LUSH inventors have been incredibly inspired by nature recently; the forest, sea, sky, and even the earth.
Most people may think oats are only useful at breakfast time, but the calming effect they have on the skin has been documented by the ancient Romans!
One of the many perks of working for LUSH is getting to see and try all the products before they’re released. How else are we going to tell you all about them?
Lavender and chamomile are renowned for their abilities to soothe and relax, making them perfect for nighttime bathing.
2,540 kg/5,600 lbs of fresh lemons get zested, juiced and squeezed into our cosmetics each year. We love using lemons in our cosmetics because they’re cleansing, antibacterial, full of vitamin C, vitamins B1 and B2, and are a powerful antioxidant.
The violet leaf absolute we use in Tuca Tuca is an extract of the sweet violet flower’s leaves.
What could be kinder?
We don’t bother spending money on having the best quality packaging – we’d rather spend the money on the best quality ingredients instead.
As many of our devoted customers may already know, over two years ago we put our ethics into practice by removing palm oil from our soap base.