The new line, Volume IV, is available now
If you think of Lush, the abundance of smells wafting from the products or shop floor is probably one of the first things that springs to mind – so it makes perfect sense that they have launched a new range of fragrances.
Adding to their already popular perfumes are six new fragrances that have been blended with fine essential oils and notes from patchouli to bubblegum.
Called Volume IV, each perfume has been designed to remind you of home, according to Lush.
“What does the idea of home mean to you? Is it the smell of baking on a Sunday? The comforting, yet indescribable scent of a loved one? A warm welcome in an unfamiliar place? Or perhaps leaving for a long time and then returning?
“From unruly, rough and ready notes which evoke life on the road to colourful, floral and fruity notes which burst with childlike energy; Volume IV is a mix of nostalgic familiarity and reassurance. Just a spritz of one of these perfumes and the blend of fine essential oils and other ingredients will take you “home”‘.
Thanks to it’s all-natural ingredients and innovative beauty treatments, Lush has garnered quite the following and if you weren’t a fan before, these new perfumes are sure to win you over.
With prices starting at just £25, you can even treat yourself to a couple of bottles or stock up on the whole range.
Check out the six new scents below…
Lush New Fragrances
Tank Battle, £25, Buy it here
Lush says, “Delve into the world of a life lived rentless as sweet bubblegum competes with the earthy scent of rain. Outside, a battle rages, scenting the air with spray paint. As the war comes closer, patchouli breaks down your door.”
What Would Love Do?, £29, Buy it here
Lush says, “Love would wrap you in a lavender embrace, and sing a lullaby of calm. Love makes life sweet, leaves letters, fills the world with perfume against all odds. The course of true love never did run smooth, but love would find a way. Love would brighten the world with a tangerine fragrance, always ready to find the sun from behind a cloud.”
Amelie Mae, £49, Buy it here
Lush says, “A perfume garden sweetened with rose absolute and ylang ylang oil, where a sugared floral fragrance waltzes in the air. Dancing on tiptoes, Amelie Mae selects each petal carefully, letting them fall around her in the gentle breeze. Light on her feet, fancy free. Bumblebees scatter from the lavender, and she plucks juicy raspberries from the canes. Her sister passes her a rose, letting the scent skip between them.”
I’m Home, £49, Buy it here
Lush says, “A world of adventures is left outside the door, the perfume of home beckons. As I step over the threshold, a blanket of vanilla absolute wraps me up in a warm embrace, leaving a sweet scent. A pot of gently spiced hot chocolate bubbles on the stove, cocoa absolute drawing out memories of all the things I love.”
Cardamom Coffee, £79, Buy it here
Lush says, “Your mittened hands wrap around a cardamom coffee, a fragrance that speaks of more than just warming spices and a rich aroma. You inhale deeply. Sweet and spicy cardamom oil lifts you out of your world, into someone else’s. Rose oil, a delicate floral reminder of the summer. Olive leaf absolute, an extension of peace. At its heart lies oudh oil, rich, woody and spicy. Conkers and acorns cloak the earth, rusty leaves crunch under foot, gently fading into winter.”
Rentless, £49, Buy it here
Lush says, “Enter a genie bottle. Groovy, mellowed-out patchouli comes alive in contact with bright grapefruit oil and the vanilla-like sweetness of tonka absolute. This fragrance is a wearable art piece that floats above the flotsam and jetsam of life.”
Written by Jenni McKnight