Lush's Latest Face Masks Feel Like the Slime You Played With in the '90s
Lush consistently entertains us with new, fun, brightly colored beauty products. Now, with the launch of the brand's newest product, the Jelly Face Mask, Lush is taking us back to our childhoods.
The new masks are inspired by some kickass women in Lush's history (including the creator of the Bath Bomb herself!). The products are also packed with mineral-rich seaweed to nourish your skin. Perhaps best of all is that the masks have the same consistency of the squishy slime you made at camp as a kid and probably now watch videos of on Instagram to de-stress.
To use the mask, pinch off some of the jelly and rub it between dry hands. Apply it to the skin and leave on for 10 minutes before washing off. Read on to find out which masks you should pick up in select stores or online when the line launches Sept. 1.
Lush Just to Clarify Jelly Face Mask
The Lush Just to Clarify Jelly Face Mask ($14) was inspired by Liz Smith, the manager of Lush UK Manufacturing. It contains orange juice, papaya juice, and bamboo stem extract to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion.
Lush Bunny Moon Jelly Face Mask
Lush Bunny Moon Jelly Face Mask ($14) is dedicated to the manager of the world's largest Lush store on Oxford Street in London, Claire Constantine. It's filled with honey, rose, and vanilla to moisturize and calm your skin.
Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Face Mask
Lush Birth of Venus Jelly Face Mask ($14) was made in honor of Rowena Bird, who originally helped cofound Lush. She recently won the National Venus Award, an award that recognizes women working in business. This mask contains sea water, rose petal, and lavender to revitalize and smooth your skin.
Lush Fomo Jelly Face Mask
Lush Fomo Jelly Face Mask ($14) is inspired by Lush cofounder Mo Constantine, who only just invented the frickin' bath bomb back in 1989. It contains soothing ingredients like calamine, kaolin, rose, and neroli. It's ideal for sensitive skin.
Lush 1,000 Millhelens Jelly Face Mask
Cofounder Helen Ambrosen inspired the Lush 1,000 Millhelens Jelly Face Mask ($14). It's a detoxifying formula that includes green tea and witch hazel.