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Lush re-launches iconic shampoo bar to support global campaign against animal testing

Lush is re-launching its global best-selling New Shampoo Bar to encourage consumers to get behind Humane Society International’s global campaign to ban cosmetic animal testing and trade by signing their petition at www.endanimaltesting.org.

Lush New shampoo bars have been revamped for the New Year and will feature the Be Cruelty Free message in English and simplified Chinese. The aim is to encourage consumers to get behind Humane Society International’s campaign to ban cosmetic animal testing and trade globally by adding their name to the petition at www.endanimaltesting.org. The bars go on sale in late January. (Photo: Lush)

Lush New shampoo bars have been revamped for the New Year and will feature the Be Cruelty Free message in English and simplified Chinese. The aim is to encourage consumers to get behind Humane Society International’s campaign to ban cosmetic animal testing and trade globally by adding their name to the petition at www.endanimaltesting.org. The bars go on sale in late January. (Photo: Lush)

The revamped bar is now adorned with the charity’s #BeCrueltyFree message in both English and simplified Chinese, and will roll out globally from January.

More than one million people worldwide have signed #BeCrueltyFree petitions calling on their governments to ban cruel cosmetics. In conjunction with intensive political lobbying and public campaigning by HSI and others, this pressure has so far driven 36 countries or regions around the world to introduce animal testing or sales bans in their cosmetics laws - including the European Union, Israel, India, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan, and most recently Switzerland.

Lush New shampoo bars have been revamped for the New Year and will feature the Be Cruelty Free message in English and simplified Chinese. The aim is to encourage consumers to get behind Humane Society International’s campaign to ban cosmetic animal testing and trade globally by adding their name to the petition at www.endanimaltesting.org. The bars go on sale in late January. (Photo: Lush)

Lush New shampoo bars have been revamped for the New Year and will feature the Be Cruelty Free message in English and simplified Chinese. The aim is to encourage consumers to get behind Humane Society International’s campaign to ban cosmetic animal testing and trade globally by adding their name to the petition at www.endanimaltesting.org. The bars go on sale in late January. (Photo: Lush)

New Shampoo Bar is a solid bar with cinnamon, clove and peppermint to stimulate the scalp. According to Lush, cinnamon leaf, bay and clove bud essential oils combine with peppermint to boost blood flow, stimulating the hair follicles. An infusion of nettle and peppermint helps to stimulate the scalp and promote healthy hair. Rosemary soothes, calms your scalp and adds a glorious shine to your hair.

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