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Great Bear LUSH Bath Bomb

Get this LUSH Bath Bomb TODAY and Help Save Bears!


Great Bear LUSH Bath Bomb

Limited Edition LUSH Great Bear Bath Bomb

Okay guys – I’ve tried this LUSH bath bomb, and I think it’s my favorite. Annnnnd… it’s going away forever on Wednesday! It is very limited edition (only available for a week), but it’s for a VERY good cause. By purchasing the Great Bear bath bomb, you’re helping to protect bears from being hunted and killed for sport. 100% of the sales (minus taxes) will go to LUSH’s Grizzly Grants fund to support organizations working to protect bears in North America.

Plus, LUSH is bringing awareness to the disgusting world of trophy hunting with the 30 minute documentary called Trophy. Each year, thousands of grizzlies are killed worldwide for entertainment. Diving deep into the controversy across Canada and the United States, Trophy asks: can we truly justify killing these animals for sport?

LUSH Great Bear Bath Bomb Trophy Hunt

The vegan bath bomb has a perfume of cypress, rosewood and oakmoss. This is one of the least colorful bath bombs, but it’s actually my favorite. It’s got a more subtle vibe that I really like. They say it “will transport you to the heart of the woods” and I experienced it right after visiting the Capilano Suspension Bridge in the middle of the Vancouver evergreen rainforest.

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I walked around a beautiful forest that is right outside of the city – looking down at a rushing river, and up at towering evergreen trees, walking by First Nations (a term to replace the word “Indian” used widely in Canada) totem poles. It was pretty darn fitting! I’ll tell you all about my trip to Vancouver soon – stay tuned for that.

The Great Bear bath bomb has an image of a stylized bear, the result of a collaboration with First Nations artist Jeff Robinson. Bears are traditionally a symbol of strength and family. I loved it so much, I just bought another one on the LUSH website. It’s available for $6.95 online or at LUSH stores – hurry before they sell out!

While you’re at it, pick up the LUSH Charity Pot – which will also help to fund nonprofits who protect bears and other animals in need.

Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.


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3 comments

  1. I am no longer a fan of Lush. I purchased some lotion and found it had parabens in it. Awful. I went to return it the very next week (had not even used it) and even though they have a 30 day money back guarantee, I got such a run around. They did everything possible to not refund me. When they finally did, I am still waiting for it to come through almost a month later. The girl didn’t eve want to give a copy of the refund receipt. Terrible customer service and awful products with parabens. So even if they attempt to save a bear, they are still using harmful products for humans.

  2. I’ve always really liked mine! They leave my skin softer than other similar products I’ve tried. The only one I didn’t like was the gold glittery one, because my skin just had glitter all over it for awhile lol, so did my bathtub. The rest are great though!

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