June 13, 2024

Never Bath Boring: Celebrate World Bath Bomb Day with Lush Middle East

As Lush toasts to 29 years of fresh, handmade cosmetics, the effervescent cheer spills over into World Bath Bomb Day festivities on Saturday, April 27th. 

Wander into any Lush store across the UAE and Bahrain, get hands-on and celebrate both a legacy of lushness and the joy of the humble bath bomb that started it all.

Craft Your Own Fizz: On April 27th, from the hours of 3 pm to 7 pm, Lush stores across the UAE and Bahrain will become hubs of bubbly excitement. Whether you’re aged 9 or 99, guests are invited, every hour on the hour, to a hands-on adventure in bath bomb-making for just AED 50. Get ready to drop, fizz, and float away with your handmade, bath-ready creation.

Pop-Up Surprise: And because we adore a bit of mystery, watch out for our special pop-up at the neighbourhood favourite, Ripe Market, in Dubai on Saturday, April 27th and Sunday, April 28th 2024. Not only will it tickle your curiosity, but the first 2,000 visitors will get to take home a free bath bomb along with some extra goodies. It’s our little thank you for being part of our journey.

29 Years of Lush and Bath Bomb Mastery: This year, we’re not just celebrating our heritage as bath bomb inventors; we are launching 29 new, exclusive bath bombs, including our latest innovation, the Bath Bot*. Customers will be able to shop all 28 bath bombs at the Dubai Mall store and online, while other stores across the Middle East will be home to a curated selection of the new range.

Here’s to 29 years of turning baths into portals of otherworldly relaxation–and to many more!

For more information and to keep up to date with the brand’s latest news, visit the Lush MENA website. 

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