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LUSH Launches Vegan Halloween Collection

Spooktacular bath bombs, shower creams, and vegan lip tints comprise the cruelty-free cosmetic brand's 15-product Halloween offerings.

Cruelty-free brand LUSH Cosmetics announced its Halloween collection this week. The new lineup includes 15 vegan products (some “cult favorites” as well as new items), including bath bombs, shower creams, lip tints, and soaps. The Lord of the Misrule Bath Bomb turns bath water blood red with its wine-colored center, while the cyclops-shaped Monsters’ Ball Bath Bomb dares customers to “stare at its vegan chocolate eyeball.” The collection also includes whimsical pumpkin-, black cat-, goth fairy-, and ghost-shaped bath bombs and soap bars that evoke the spirit of Halloween. All of the products are formulated with fruit and vegetable oils, enhanced with seasonal scents—such as cinnamon and vanilla—and none are tested on animals. The new collection will be available online starting September 15, with products available in stores on September 18.

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