Lush has launched a new fragrance, Go Green, and a range of solid perfumes in many of their most popular scents. Go Green was...
...inspired by environmental activist, Rebecca Lush (honest, that really is her name) who now works for Transport 2000, heading up Road Block [...] It`s a refreshing blend of grapefruit, bergamot and neroli, with calming smoky vetivert. Herby scents of fennel, thyme and cedar wood make you smell like you just walked out of a forest, carrying a basket of citrus fruits, rather than you just got off a squashed train or a bicycle.
Go Green is available in a "fragrance spritzer", shown above, or in the new solid perfume range. The solid perfumes are preservative-free, and use a base of cocoa butter, carnauba wax and jojoba oil. The packaging is recyclable aluminum. In addition to Go Green, they are available in:
Silky Underwear (shown) ~ jasmine with vetivert.
Karma ~ Lush's signature fragrance, with patchouli and orange.
Honey I Washed The Kid ~ honey and toffee, and long one of Lush's best-selling soaps.
Potion ~ spicy carnations with rose and tangerine.
Fever ~ "designed to smell as sensual as Peggy Lee singing ‘Fever’", with jasmine, rose and sandalwood.
American Cream ~ strawberry honey milkshake, from the conditioner of the same name.
All of the above are available now on the UK Lush website. The US site shows the solid perfumes as coming "in time for the holidays", along with 2 scents not listed above, Dirty, described as "herbal spicy", and Champagne Snow Showers, with "wild oranges & cognac". (via lush)