Become a Member of the Hellfire Club With Lush’s “Stranger Things” Collection
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Lush is looking to spice up your holiday season. As if the incredible assortment of Christmas goodies that they recently revealed wasn’t enough, the brand is collaborating with “Stranger Things” for an epic beauty and pop culture crossover that will have you feeling like a member of the Hellfire Club (but with much softer skin.)
The collaboration will include two new bath bombs in what is being called The Hellfire Bathing Duo ($20). The “D8” bath bomb is a 3D replica of the eight-sided dice used by the Hellfire Club to play Dungeons and Dragons, however, instead of the numbers one through eight, this bath bomb will have numbers relating to both the show and Lush Cosmetics. 11, named after “Stranger Things”‘s fearless main character Eleven or “El” played by Millie Bobby Brown, and 29, the address of Lush’s first-ever shop in the UK, are just two of the numbers you’ll spot on the product.
The second product, aptly named “The Rift,” is a pitch-black bath bomb that looks like the Mothergate, which leads to the Upside Down. Just like in the series, orange and yellow flames will look as if they are shooting out from the underground when you add this bath bomb to your tub, but instead of getting attacked by Vecna, your senses will be flooded with notes of orange slices and spices (which sounds much more ideal to us.)
The limited-edition collaboration launches Nov. 6 on LushUSA.com and if you’re a Lush app user, you’ll receive early access to purchase the gift box on Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. EST. As with all Lush products, the duo is not only cruelty-free but also plastic-packaging-free in accordance with Lush’s anti-packaging stance. If you simply can’t wait to get a peek at the set, scroll ahead to get an exclusive first look at the two products.
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