LUSH’s 2023 festive range encourages customers to shoot for the stars and expand their inner spaces, embracing the magic of fresh, handmade products to spark moments of calm, creativity, celebration, and excitement. Also, when you buy a LUSH gift, you are having a positive impact on the world – you are saying no to excess single-use plastic, you are supporting communities and artisans who’ve made the knot wraps, ribbons, and natural papers, and you are buying products with beautiful ingredients that regenerate social and eco-systems.

Moreover, leading the way in diversity and equity within the design industry, LUSH is passionate about art and design, and the people who create it. Understanding the importance of having a breadth of design from a variety of voices and as many backgrounds as possible, LUSH has collaborated with 19 designers and 6 artist groups this year to offer an interstellar collection of offerings in celebration of their many different backgrounds.

Some of this year’s range have been designed by Georgina Mullins from LUSH in York, and they are currently being sold globally in LUSH shops and online. Georgina designed two gifts from this year’s range: the Jingle All The Way gift and the Season’s Greetings gift. Georgina’s beautiful designs are the result of Lush’s Christmas 2023 Open Call, a chance for LUSH staff to share fresh ideas and celebrate artists from many different backgrounds.

Jingle All The Way (AED 125) Georgina was inspired by the disco era when designing the Jingle All The Way gift. This fun gift has full-on Christmas party vibes, so pull on your flared trousers and platform boots, and blast the good tunes to party the night away with Santa and his pals.

Season’s Greeting (AED 325) Another design of Georgina’s, Season’s Greetings gift, is a luxurious shower and body gift inspired by Christmas traditions, full of fruity ingredients we associate with the holiday season to brighten and nourish the skin.

Facts about LUSH gifts

  • All Lush gifts are handmade in the LUSH factories in Poole, Dorset UK.
  • Paper used is made from 100% recycled paper, upcycled cotton t-shirt offcuts, lokta and banana fibre, to name a few.
  • All gift tags and inserts are 100% recycled and recyclable.
  • Over 1 million recycled bottles have been turned into LUSH gift ribbons.
  • Each Lush product inside is freshly made, with beautiful ingredients that regenerate social and eco-systems.
  • Where products are in bottles, they’re made from prevented ocean plastic.
  • Lush gifts are packed with biodegradable and compostable eco-pops, made from corn starch.

LUSH has also been working with ARTHOUSE Unlimited for 8 years, commissioning artwork for a variety of products including knot wraps and gifts. ARTHOUSE Unlimited is a charity that represents a collective of artists with complex neuro-diverse and physical support needs. Suzie, LUSH’s Gifts Creative and Category Lead, and the creative team often feel incredibly inspired meeting the artists when visiting the studio and shop in Godalming, Surrey, as the passion and humour that comes through their work is infectious.

LUSH’s relationship with ARTHOUSE Unlimited has inspired the team to create more opportunities for artists in similar organisations working in design-led studios, created to support artists with varying additional support needs.

About Lush

Since establishing over 27 years ago, Lush has been driven by innovation and its ethics. Creators of pioneering beauty products, one of Lush’s most well-known creations is the bath bomb. Invented in 1989 by Lush Co-Founder Mo Constantine in her garden shed, bath bombs have become a global sensation – all hand pressed in Lush’s own manufacturing sites across the world, Lush sold over 40.5 million last year. A beauty company with a campaigning heart, Lush is on a mission to create a product for every need and a cosmetic revolution to save the planet.  The ultimate goal is to leave the world Lusher than we found it.  Lush operates a strict policy against animal testing and leads the cosmetics industry in combating over-packaging by developing products that can be sold ‘naked’ to the consumer.  Today Lush operates in 49 countries with over 900 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps, broadcasting channels and digital communities in over 30 languages. Lush is available in the following MENA countries; UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Lebanon.

For more information about LUSH and to keep up to date with the brand’s latest news, visit the LUSH MENA website.