Thursday, December 30, 2010

Lush Cosmetics

I have to be honest, I am not the biggest Lush fan. Every time I go into their stores, I am attacked by 3 sales people practically forcing me to try their newest jellies. Their fragrances hardly smell like the description and most of all their products are expensive beyond belief. With that all said, you can't deny that there is something very charming about this company. Anyone that can create handmade goodies with hardly any packaging gets a star in my book. So I decided to dedicate this blog post to them. The people that work hard and invent some of the most imaginative new bath products on the market. Enjoy the video and comment below: What do you think about Lush?

Lush Cosmetics - A Lush Life, We Believe from Jack Constantine on Vimeo.


Patrice-The Soap Seduction said...

I admittedly get Lush catalogs for inspiration, but that's where I draw the line. I, too, find their products outrageously overpriced and their salespeople overbearing and in a lot of ways, misinformed. When you ask them a question, they're clearly reciting some policy or lesson from a training manual. With that being said, their products are cute, colorful, and kitschy, and that's what makes them so attractive. They don't (or rarely) advertise, and seemingly rely on their core customers to do all the advertising for them. Just go to YouTube and you'll find thousands of Lush "hauls." Now that's a page I'm taking from Lush's book!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the comment Patrice, I couldn't agree more! :)

Bubble Works said...

Although I am not so keen on their products, I love their style and their marketing skills. It was a nice video.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I love your company but I also love lush! The sales people can be a bit overbearing!--but one step into their fragrant world of bath candy and all my problems just melt away! Their dream cream is my favorite--expensive but well worth the price as it cured me of my eczema!
lush fan and soap snob