Lush’s new holiday collection includes everything from candy-cane toothpaste to a shower scrub that looks and smells like cookie dough

The Elf Bomb Bomb from Lush.

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The Elf Bomb Bomb from Lush.
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  • Lush has unveiled its 2019 holiday collection of bath bombs, soaps, and other skin-care products.
  • Products from the line range in price between $3.25 and $32.95, while pre-wrapped kits retail between $10 and $300.
  • Every product in the collection is vegan, and 75% of the items are sold in stores without packaging.
  • Some of this year’s stand-out products include the Cookie Dough shower scrub and Candy Cane Toothpaste Jelly.
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Winter might be months away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to stock up on holiday-themed skin-care products.

On Tuesday, Lush unveiled its 2019 holiday collection, which is filled with more than 70 vegan products. Individual items range in price between $3.25 and $32.95, though pre-wrapped kits will also be available for prices between $10 and $300. 75% of the products can also be purchased without packaging.

From a candy-cane-scented toothpaste to a shower scrub that smells like cookie dough, here’s a look at some of this year’s standout products.


The Candy Cane Toothpaste Jelly is a festive twist on an everyday product.

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The Candy Cane Toothpaste Jelly from Lush.
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The toothpaste is packaged in a small pot rather than a tube, and its jelly formula – which is “packed full of menthol crystals” – is also said to stand out.

Cost: $9.95


Two new shimmer bars are available this holiday season.

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The Let It Glow shimmer bars from Lush.
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Lush

The pink Let It Glow bar is scented like bubblegum, while the blue version is said to smell like lavender-tonka and cocoa. Both are said to leave your skin sparkling after applying them.

Cost: $8.95


The Snowman bath-oil tablet is one of Lush’s new products.

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The Snowman bath-oil tablet from Lush.
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Lush

This tablet was designed to soften your skin as it melts in your tub. It’s said to smell of Sicilian lemon and lemon-myrtle oil, and is made with cocoa, shea, and cupuaçu butters.

Cost: $8.95


The Not So Secret Santa bath bomb contains a surprise.

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The Not So Secret Santa bath bomb from Lush.
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Lush

At first glance, this product looks like a standard bath bomb with paper arms, legs, and a Santa hat attached. But as it fizzes underwater, Santa appears.

According to the Lush website, the bath bomb is said to smell like “zingy litsea cubeba and lemon-myrtle fragrance.”

Cost: $5.95


Those looking for a good deal might want to consider the Elf Bomb Bomb.

The Elf Bomb Bomb from Lush.

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The Elf Bomb Bomb from Lush.
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Lush

The Elf Bomb Bomb – made from cinnamon, ginger, and grapefruit – is actually a two-in-one product, as it’s meant to easily split into two pieces.

Cost: $10.95


Fans of Lush’s lip scrubs will want to check out the new Galaxy flavor.

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The Galaxy lip scrub from Lush.
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Lush

According to Lush, the scrub is meant to buff and soften the lips with ingredients like castor sugar, lemon-myrtle oil, jojoba oil, and fair-trade shea butter. It’s also said to taste like raspberry.

Cost: $10.95


The Snow Fairy body spray is one of the most unique products in the line.

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The Snow Fairy body spray from Lush.
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Lush

According to Lush, the spray has a sweet scent and is packaged in a small, portable bottle.

Cost: $29.99


The Cookie Dough shower scrub looks good enough to eat.

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The Cookie Dough shower scrub from Lush.
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Lush

Not only does the bath product look like cookie dough, but it’s said to smell like it too. It’s made with sea salt and granulated sugar.

Cost: $19.95


Lush’s Magic Lamp Fun Kit is one of the most playful products in the collection.

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It looks like a star is coming out from the end of this kit.
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This product can be used multiple ways: let it melt in your tub, use it as soap, or crumble it underwater to create a bubble bath.

It’s scented with lime, cognac, and wild orange oils, according to Lush.

Cost: $12.95


The Satsuma soap looks almost identical to a real piece of fruit.

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The Satsuma soap from Lush.
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Lush

It’s made with cocoa butter and coconut oil, and is scented with orange, tangerine, and bergamot.

Cost: $8.95

To view the full holiday collection, visit Lush’s website here.