Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Giant Lush Launches Halloween Collection

The annual range is always highly anticipated
There will be a range of products in the Halloween collection (Photo: Lush Instagram)

High street favorite Lush has launched its Halloween collection for 2017 - and there is plenty for fans to get excited about.

The Halloween launch, which is be available from stores from September 18 (and online from September 15), includes 15 products - all of which are reportedly suitable for vegans.

These will range from the company's iconic bath bombs to soap, shower wash and lip balm.


According to a post on Lush's Instagram page: "Things maybe getting festive, but Halloween is just round the corner! There's lots of spooky treats coming your way."

Fans can expect some brand new items (Ectoplasm Jelly Bomb or Pink Pumpkin Bubble Bar, anyone?) as well as old favorites, like the Goth Fairy Shimmer Bar and Pumpkin Bath Bomb.

Other products in the line include the Sparkly Pumpkin Bubble Bar and Lord of the Misrule Bath Bomb.


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