New Pearl Street store pampers its customers with bath and skin care products
Lush offers fun and unique ways to enhance your daily bathing experience with its popular “bath bomb” product.
“It bursts forth and explodes with a mass of fragrant fizzing, sometimes launching flower petals, natural butters, fruit, leaves and even confetti at the astonished bather,” according to a Lush product description.
Lush is located at 1312 Pearl St. and is the place to stop if you are looking for bath accessories, soaps, shampoos, fragrances, massage bars or skin care products made from fresh ingredients.
This store is for a gift for your wife or girlfriend or for Mom on Mother’s Day. The store also offers products especially aimed at men, such as shaving creams and some more masculine scents.
Senior architectural engineering major Anna-Lisa Dawson said, “Bath products make good gifts because they are something that you wouldn’t necessarily buy for yourself, but you feel pampered when they are given to you.”
Lush started in England in 1978, inventing products such as bath bombs, shampoo bars and massage bars. There are now more than 370 shops around the world, as well as a Web site so customers can order products online.
Carly Lang, a junior speech, language and hearing sciences major, said, “I think bath bombs sound like fun. It seems like they would spice up taking a bath.”
The products come in many unusual shapes and sizes, each with its own creative name. “Something Wicked This Way Comes,” “Running To The Embassy,” “Prince Triple Orange Blossom Shaving Cream” and “Ooh La La Soap” are just a few examples of Lush’s inventive product monikers.
If you’re ready to experiment with a new shaving cream, soap or spice up the bath water, Lush’s Boulder store is having a special sale April 28 from 1-3 p.m.
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