If there is one brand that always manage to stand out from the crowd with their product launches, its Lush. We’ve featured everything from new product lines to Mother’s day ideas and more from one of our favourite innovative and environmentally conscious brands. Recently, the folks at Lush have been busy in the lab working on something musical to promote how long you should be washing your hands for and the result is something seriously exciting!
The innovative new Soap Record, scented with Lush’s best selling Snow Fairy candy bubblegum fragrance and with a moisturising rapeseed oil soap base, was initially inspired for Lush party shops so children could listen and then break it up to wash their hands with while singing to the birthday boy or girl.
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Made in a similar way to a regular vinyl record, the music is first cut onto a lacquer disk and a metalwork created from that. Then, at the final stage, the soap base is poured onto the metalwork and set to create a soap record that plays! Mira Manga & Rhodri Marsden perform the song which was also produced by Rhodri.
Previously displayed in Lush’s largest shop in the world in Liverpool (roll out plans to continue when shops are back open), the new innovation joins Lush’s range of 25 bar soaps currently available online, including previously discontinued 13 Unlucky for Dirt – a rose and oregano soap originally made for nurses which has just been brought back to meet customer demand for effective, antibacterial soaps.
The winter months are always a time when hand hygiene matters because coughs and colds pass around, but the current situation with the spread of the new Coronavirus means that it is more important than ever that people regularly wash their hands and observe best practice. It is also important that people understand the full, effective routine of washing as advised by the health authorities to maximise the removal of germs.