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Lush Release Shampoo Bar That Can Last Up To 100 Washes

Lush Release Shampoo Bar That Can Last Up To 100 Washes

For those of us who are blessed with long hair, it can cost an absolute fortune to keep to keep up with all the shampoo and conditioner that we go through. I mean, since when was having clean hair a luxury and not a right?

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Well, as ever it seems like cosmetic brand Lush is just the gift that keeps on giving as it vows to put the days of spending a fortune on shampoo behind us.

The eco-friendly brand has released a range of shampoo bars that last up to 100 washes, and even better they only cost £6.50 each.

Shoppers are said to be 'in love' with the new cruelty free shampoo bars, which are said to do the job of three 250g bottles.

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The description says: "Small but perfectly formed, they're ideal for travelling. These long-lasting, light little bundles of shampoo are concentrated, so there won't be a carry on at the airport if there's one in your carry-on.

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"A single bar could take you around the world in 80 washes, but why wait until you're going on holiday to use them?"

The soap bars could be the perfect solution if you're only taking hand luggage away this summer.

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Lush Cosmetics has long been at the forefront of ethical business in the beauty world. Not only do they not test on animals, make vegan and veggie friendly products and make us feel fabulous in the process, but now they're supporting our human rights too.

The bathbomb makers have just launched their latest campaign in support of transgender people, called #TransRightsAreHumanRights.

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At the core of their campaign is their newest bath bomb (obviously), which is a pink and blue heart called the Inner Truth Bath Melt. All of the proceeds from the bath melt will go straight to groups such as the National Centre for Transgender Equality.

The campaign began in North America, where every store window has quotes from transgender staff, discussing their identity. The cosmetic giant has also set up an online centre with resources explaining how transgender people can get help, and information to educate allies too. Anyone who buys on their products in store, they will be handed with the glossy booklet, written by trans and non-binary staff who explain how to be an ally.

Featured Image Credit: Lush Cosmetics

Topics: You, Hair and Beauty

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on emma.rosemurgey@pretty52.com

 

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