‘Black Friday and Chill’ at Lush Fresh Homemade Cosmetics

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Black Friday and chill? That’s what some want to make a new Black Friday tradition. That and spending time in the bath.

Tiffany from Lush Fresh Homemade Cosmetics stopped by the FOX 2 kitchen with the goods!

Black Friday & CHILL: Skip the sales this year and start a new Black Friday tradition, by staying in BATH! Drop Blackberry bath bomb into the tub, apply a black sugar face and body cleanser for an exfoliating rub, and lather on Black Pot products to join the recycling giveback club. By following this new-age Black Friday regime.

Shop Til You Drop (Some Donations): Make those Black Friday lines worth your time with these `Gifts That Give Back`:

Fun ($6.95 to $9.95)
This multipurpose bar is a soap, shampoo, bubble bath and malleable toy all in one colorful and sweetly fragrant package. Even better? 2.5% of Fun sales are contributed to the Lush FunD, supporting charities in Fukushima, Japan that create safe places for children to play outside. Learn more about the FunD here.

Charity Pot Hand and Body Lotion ($7.95 / $27.95)
With a delicately floral perfume of ylang ylang and rosewood oils in a hydrating cocoa butter base, moisturizing with Charity Pot will leave your skin subtly perfumed and touchably soft. With every purchase of Charity Pot, we donate 100% of the price (minus the taxes) to small, grassroots organizations working in the areas of environmental conservation, animal welfare and human rights.

With every purchase of Secret Garden Gift and Two Turtle Doves Gift, we’ll put $7.95 towards our Charity Pot fund.

#KeepItOn (line): Go to lushusa.com to grab Lush`s exclusive limited-edition Error 404 Bath Bomb (launching Black Friday) in partnership with Access Now to #KeepItOn, defending the digital rights of internet users and fighting against government-enforced internet shutdowns.

Drop the vanilla fragrance ballistic into the tub and watch the gold exterior fizz away to reveal a serene blue pool with a secret message.

All of the proceeds will be donated to grassroots activists fighting to protect digital freedom of expression.