Lush Halloween 2016 Collection

Lush Halloween 2016

Lush Halloween 2016 collection has landed in the office recently and once again we are absolutely in love. Lush always manage to come up with a really cute selection of products for this time of year and we’re pleased to report that their Halloween collection has definitely not been spared the royal treatment once again. Here’s what you can expect to get your hands on in stores as of the 23rd of September…

Lush Halloween 2016

New! Goth Fairy shimmer bar – With a base of illipe and cupuaçu butter this bar is packed full of moisture and sprinkled with glitter to nourish every inch of skin it touches and adorn it in iridescent lustres. And when we say ‘sprinkled with glitter’ we actually mean covered in glitter…seriously covered! If you want to sparkle like Edward Cullen on sunny day this Halloween and be the prettiest, shiniest belle of the monster’s ball then this is one product you NEED to try. Fragranced with almond, bergamot and grapefruit oils to uplift your mood this is Vegan friendly and a whole lot of fun! Priced at £3.50 each. 

lush lord of misrule

Lord of Misrule shower cream – Inspired by the Pagan Feast of Fools, create some mischief in the shower with this grounding, spicy black pepper and patchouli concoction, with just a dash of Fair Trade vanilla absolute to bring out your sweet side. This bright green shower cream looks spooky and makes for a perfect pampering treat this Halloween. Priced at £4.95 per 100g.

lush fireside soap

New! Fire Side soap – This gorgously festive soap is new for in the Lush Halloween 2016 collection but is also going to be sticking around for Christmas. Inspired by chilly nights around the fire, this spellbinding soap has a spicy scent of cloves and smoky cedarwood as well as comforting vanilla. Bergamot is also added to uplift and add a subtle citrus kick. Priced at £4.25 for 100g.

autumn leaves lush

NEW! Autumn Leaf bath bomb (Staying for Christmas) and Monster’s Ball bath bomb which is a Lush Halloween 2016 limited edition. Watch as autumn turns to winter as this Autumn Leaf bath bomb fizzes from green to yellow and then to red. A trio of earthy sandalwood, uplifting bergamot and exotic neroli oils are added to create the scent of freshly cut grass. Priced at £3.75 each. Be the scariest of them all with the Monster’s Ball bath bomb. Inspired by the Abominable Snowman, this colourful creature contains rock salt fom the Himalayas and as is fragranced with lime oil to refresh, neroli to uplift and olibanum to add fruity notes.


Sparkly Pumpkin bubble bar – Have a spell in the bath with this fruity juniperberry and lime bubble bar that adds a bit of sparkle to those wintery evenings. This energising fragrance packs a punch, perfect for a long, lingering soak. Just make sure you’re out by midnight! Priced at £3.95 each.

NEW! Boo bath melt – Treat yourself to a spicy soak with this bath melt inspired by sweet meringue. As it melts it will fill your bath with comforting smells and nourishing oils. Boo has a fiery fragrance of ginger which will energise and refresh your skin. Priced at £3.50 each.

Excited? Grab the Lush Halloween 2016 products in store and online from 23rd September!

lush-halloween-gift-set-2016So there you have a taster of what is to come from the Lush Halloween 2016 launch. There are more products than this though – including some spookily themed gift sets that are perfect for kids and adults alike! So be sure to head on over to the website or pop in to your local store to have a look for yourself as there will be lots to experience over the next few months and onward into Christmas!

To pick up these limited edition Halloween treats, visit Lush shops nationwide from 23rd September 2016 and Lush Online

Disclaimer: please note that unless otherwise stated some items featured have been provided on a review basis.

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