LUSH hauls were my first obsession to watch on YouTube in middle school. Me and my friends would beg my mom to drive me to LUSH at our local mall and I would spend all of my allowance on pampering myself with their cruelty free and vegetarian body products. I was even offered a job after explaining to my mom the extensive list of products that they carried (pat on the back). I have since outgrown my obsession but every now and then the heavenly smell invites me into the store and somehow I leave with a bag of products.
This week a vegan and cruelty-free bath bomb Great Bear from LUSH hand-made cosmetics was stocked in stores. This bath bomb donates 100 percent of the proceeds to help stop bears from being hunted and killed in America
“With a perfume of cypress, rosewood and oakmoss, this calming fizzer will transport you to the heart of the woods. Adorning this bath bomb is a gorgeous stylized bear, the result of a collaboration with First Nations artist Jeff Robinson. By purchasing this bath bomb, you’re helping to protect bears from being hunted and killed for sport: 100% of the sales of this bath bomb (minus taxes) will go to our Grizzly Grants fund to support organizations working to protect bears in North America.”LUSH fresh hand-made cosmetics
My Beauty Bunny recently wrote a review on this bath bomb. It retails for $6.95 .
The design of the bath bomb is made by the First Nations artist Jeff Robinson which has a Native American tribal craved bear.
LUSH hand-made cosmetics is bringing awareness to trophy hunting and is making an effort to help stop the horrible aspect of torturing and murder of animals for fun.
Let me know your thoughts below on this bath bomb.