World’s biggest Lush opens TODAY featuring six spa treatment rooms, a florist and a perfume labMarch 15, 2019
FROM their incredible selection of bonkers bath bombs to their sustainable skincare range, there’s a reason Lush is our one-stop shop whenever we fancy pampering ourselves.
Well brace yourselves beauty fans because everyone’s favourite bath bomb brand has just opened it’s largest ever superstore – and it even features a florist, perfume lab AND a spa.
Throwing open its doors in Liverpool today, the world’s largest Lush has replaced the chain’s smaller branch in the city centre and is three times its original size.
Spread over three spacious floors, this must-visit destination also boasts its very own coffee kiosk and party area.
Meanwhile, shoppers can browse a whole host of new make-up, skincare, bath and haircare products across the 1,380 sqm.
Oh and did we mention that the new Lush superstore is big enough to hold 9 MILLION bath bombs?
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While customers can book into the new salon for consultations, shoppers are also invited to shop locally sourced flowers at the florist or mix their own fragrance from the perfume lab.
Plus, the megastore even boasts six private treatment rooms in its spa.
Announcing the opening of the new store, Lush’s co-founder Mark Constantine OBE said: “Liverpool is full of opportunities.
“We have had a lot of experience in this city for a long time and the new shop is geared up to what I hope our customers here need.
“We look forward to encouraging people to use the products in the shop before they go to work or out that night.”
Anyone fancy a spontaneous trip to Liverpool this weekend?
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