The Multi-Million Dollar Cosmetics Company has teamed up with Indigenous Peoples Rights International and The Blue Planet Project to create a new campaign and bath bomb to match.
This is Lush’s first campaign highlighting the women and girls leading the discussion on the climate crisis. Lush has always been a company that shines a light on people, animals, and the planet when they need some extra love.
This campaign is called “Land Defenders, Water Protectors”. They plan to raise $350k to support the Indigenous female climate crisis fighters. They recently launched “Guardian of the Forest”, a blue and green bath bomb with an earthy and woodsy scent.
The bath bomb contains oakmoss absolute for cleansing, rosewood oil to uplift your mood, lime oil to create a refreshing space, and cypress oil to calm the nerves. The product is 100% vegan, and of course cruelty free.
100% of the purchase price (minus the taxes) goes to protecting Indigenous People’s Rights, dignity, and water security for everyone. At $8.25 per bath bomb, we hope you can join us in indulging in some self-care that gives back to our Indigenous sisters that need a hand.
You can learn more by visiting Lush’s website, the new campaign is currently being advertised on their homepage.