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Friday, 6 May 2011

Japanese Aid Soap from Lush

I went to Lush a few weeks ago and got this Japanese Aid Soap, which is shaped like the country's flag. Lush says that all the money will go directly to Peace Boat.

Lush also says the following in their site:

This is very personal for us, as we have 145 shops in Japan and a factory with 1,600 staff. Some of our staff and their families have lost everything. The Lush Japan team saw the amazing work being done by a charity called Peace Boat, who are organising teams of volunteers, transporting aid goods and cooking hot meals in the disaster zone. Every Japanese Aid soap you buy will make such a difference to the efforts out there.

This is a limited edition soap, with the scent of 'I Should Coco' soap (I think this was discontinued).
For those of you who haven't tried I Should Coco, it's a light coconut scent that's very pleasing to one's skin. For those of you who have tried it, you might have realised how it failed to lather -.-
So, I'm glad that Lush has chosen 'I Should Coco' as the scent of the Japanese Aid soap, because I've always been a fan of the soap; its scent is the only thing that convinced me to go for it in the past. The Aid soap is different. I like how creamy it is and how much it lathers. Plus the scent does linger on for a few hours.

I also got a Lush Times =P, which I haven't read yet because I've been too busy.....

1 comment:

Blue Pearl said...

what a notable cause:) The soap looks cute.

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