Last week Lush opened their brand new Oxford Street store to the public, it spans over three floors and is the largest Lush shop in the world. That's not even the best part though, the shop also has a range of 225 new products available exclusively in store.
I had no idea that the shop was opening and just happened to be walking down Oxford Street when I spotted it, having been away in Paris for a month I had not been to Oxford Street in quite a while.
My first impression was WOW! that's a large new Lush but when I stepped inside I began to realize it was filled with new products, my heart started racing.
New soaps! Sea Salted Caramel & Layer Cake smelt amazing.
And new shower gels.
Even oversized shower jellies like this mahoosive lemon one.That wasn't the only think that was oversized though! they are now doing 1kg bottles of shower gels & shampoo's *faints*. Also these bizarre sheets of shower gel *dizzy*.
Their makeup range has also been spruced up with these strange triangle things I was told were eyeshadows.New lipsticks.
And square cream blush looking things.
And gourmet soaps, what ever that is ?!
As well as new skincare.
& hair care products.
Which don't really appeal to me.I've never been much of a fan of Lush's skin care or hair stuff.
& that's just the ground floor.
Upstairs is all about bath bombs and bubble bars.
Which is probably what Lush are known for most.Seeming as they basically created them.
A new creation of theirs though is these solid bath oils.
They look like bonbons in a sweet shop or spices on a market in Marrakech.
You can pick and mix whih ones you want, my favourites were shark infested custard and an apple one I can't remember the name of now.
There is also a whole host of newly designed bubble bars and bath bombs from cherry blossoms to windmills.
To ones that resemble strange Japanese flowers.
On one side of this floor there is this Ikea style gift box area.And on the other there is the Fun play dough area were you can mold and shape Lush's 4 in 1 bath & shower putty into what ever you want.
On the bottom floor is the calm zone.This is where the Lush Spa is.
Where you can get loads of different Lush treatments and massages.
They also have these new bamboo candles.
And the full Gorilla Perfume range.
Speaking of Gorilla Perfumes whilst I was browsing the fragrances I was pulled in to this perfume cinema or gallery of something by one of the staff.
It was a sensory experience, where you entered the room wearing headphones playing music and the fragrance was pumped into the room.
There were different room for different fragrances.
The best of which was the Stayin' Alive booth where you had to dress up in 70s gear.
Listen to the Bee Gees and even pose for a selfie.
The entire experience was totally overwhelming, for years I've thought why doesn't Lush have a shop on Oxford Street but this was beyond what I could of ever expected. It was like a treasure hunt searching all over the shop for the new products, if you are a Lushie get down there now, you won't regret it.