5.08.2013

LUSH Cosmetics "The Mermaid"



" The ocean is vast and deep, full of amazing creatures that deserve to be cared for and loved. LUSH Cosmetics, passionate about protecting the world’s oceans, will be launching a limited edition bath bomb called The Mermaid, with all sales being donated to Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to further their good work. This gorgeous blue bath was inspired by “The Mermaid Song” written and performed by artist Ysanne for “The Coldwater Project” album.

Ysanne’s “The Mermaid Song” is being released in partnership with Sea Shepherd and LUSH Cosmetics, where all proceeds from the song download will be donated to Sea Shepherd, and their ocean conservation efforts. “The Mermaid Song” is the first release from“The Coldwater Project”, an eclectic collection of 13 songs by Ysanne, featuring a symphony orchestra. Every song is paired with a non-profit organization and an exclusive brand to support a variety of important issues.

For the last 36 years Sea Shepherd, founded by Captain Paul Watson (a co-founder of Greenpeace), has been dedicated to marine wildlife conservation. Their mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans and to conserve and protect ecosystems and species for future generations."

Launching May 13th, The Mermaid bath bomb will be available ONLINE ONLY at www.lush.ca while supplies last and customers will also be able to download “The Mermaid Song” directly from the web sites mentioned above.

The Mermaid bath bomb ($4.95): For a sea-inspired experience, we’ve added some of nature’s finest ingredients to this blue bombshell – sea salt and seaweed. Packed with minerals, salt helps the body rid itself of toxins, while seaweed softens and soothes skin. Lavender instantly relaxes the body and mind, and lemon oil adds a bright, uplifting touch. Just lay back and sail away to shores of uncluttered thoughts, softer skin and warm, blue seas.



To learn more about Sea Shepherd, Ysanne and LUSH Cosmetics please follow the links below: