“honestly, there's nothing better than relaxing with a nice bath bomb and a glass of wine.”
“The prices here are huge, at least for what they are selling.”
Love the products, but associates are too pushy..
First let me say that I LOVE Lush products! I love that they are natural, smell nice, and especially love the fact that they don't test on animals!
The thing I hate about Lush is that their stores about are absolutely teeny TINY & they have about 4 associates running up to you & making you crazy! You can't escape them because the store is so small.
I've been in retail & know it's their job to try to sell you stuff and I'm never rude, but for the most part I feel like I'm being suffocated when I walk in those stores!
They are kind of pricey, but their products are nice.
Hard Sell, Not For the Weak of Wallet or Will.
I love LUSH products (especially the winter-only Snowcake soap and the berry scented items- The Comforter Bubble Bar, You Snap The Whip Body Butter and Sweetie Pie shower Jelly).
The store specific review: AVOID! Go to the 14th Street LUSH. It's larger, seems to have less employees (read: less hard sell) as well as less customers. The sales people are too pushy but I'll still drop in if I need an item and I'm in the area because the only thing worse than LUSH's pushy salespeople is their outrageous shipping fees.
sweet fizzy bath bombs!. this is seriously my favorite place to shop! i am SO happy they are here in ny. i used to have to purchase their items on-line from canada. honestly, there's nothing better than relaxing with a nice bath bomb and a glass of wine. also, try the silky underwear talcum powder. i always get many compliments on the scent.
Editorial Review. This fun and environmentally conscious boutique provides handmade soaps, massage bars and bath lotions constructed from all-natural ingredients.
The British cult beauty brand comes to the Big Apple; fans of fresh, all-natural cosmetics rejoice..
New Yorkers jonesing for Lush's distinctive, oft-copied products can finally put away their catalogues. In the "beauty deli," colorful, deliciously-scented handmade face masks, body creams and the like are packed into grocery-style containers--complete with expiration date--and stored in refrigerators. Slabs of soaps, in dozens of "flavors" lie on wooden tables, waiting to be cut to a shopper's specifications; mountains of fizzy bath bombs sit stacked like fresh fruit. Staffers help customers navigate all the calorie-free goodies.
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