Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Giant Lush To Launch Subscription Service In UK

The company has not yet announced an official date for the launch
Lush is famous for its 'bath bombs' (Photo: Lush)

British high street stalwart Lush has announced it will be launching a subscription service - great news for those who panic at the thought of running out of bath bombs.

While the service is already available in the US, now British customers will be able to make sure they have an endless stream of the company's fragrant treats.

The company, which is cruelty-free, offers a number of Vegan Society-certified products - including its famous bombs.


While few details of the service are available, it has been reported that the subscription will be more wallet-friendly than buying in-store.

It has also been announced that all non-limited edition items will be available on subscription - apart from certain items which need to be refrigerated.

No date has been confirmed yet for the launch.


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