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You can smell the store from the other side of a shopping centre – but how much do you know about the Lush Cosmetic store's ethos? Director Peta Granger talks us through it.
Want a job creating incredible smelling and eco friendly cosmetics? LUSH Fresh Handmade cosmetics are looking for happy people to make happy soap. They make products in Villawood Sydney for the 36 stores in Australia and New Zealand. Ethics drive everything they do at LUSH; they srongly believe in looking for ways to lessen their footprint on the Earth, making effective products using fresh fruits and vegetables and safe synthetics, and never testing ingredients or products on animals.
Location: Villawood, Sydney, NSW.
Working hours: Full time, 7am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
Salary: $16.87/hr + bonus'.
Applications close: Friday, 3 October, 2014.
Click here for more info.
Animal-lover and recent convert to cruelty-free cosmetics Sharri Lembryk lets us in on some of her new favourite products.
Spread the love with multi-purpose cosmetics.
How natural are soapy shampoo suds and do we really need them for clean, healthy hair?
If you wouldn’t be happy to spread it on your toast, why stick it on your lips?
If you're a loyal customer of a cosmetics company that uses petroleum-based cosmetics, why not use that to persuade them to change their ways?
One way we can reduce our consumption of petrochemical-filled body care products is to use less of them in the first place. I'm not suggesting we stop bathing altogether, though!
I've got a stash of un-eco-friendly soaps and bath bubbles given to me as a gift. Should I use them or give them away? It's a sticky issue.
As we work on our petroleum-based cosmetics challenge, it’s good to see if there’s any useful tips we can get from our previous challenges. Let's look at packaging, buying in bulk, and multi-purpose products.