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LUSH Boxing Day Sale 2020 News & Tips

The LUSH Boxing Day sale has officially been announced on the Lush USA web site and it’s going to be in-store and online for 2020 and starts on Boxing Day which is December 26th, 2020.

I am going to be shopping online this year! Some of the best deals are the Christmas gift boxes, Christmas Bubble Bars and the Body Sprays!

Lush Boxing Day Sale FAQ

The online sale starts at 6am PST / 9am EST.

Look for the LUSH items with the ‘50% off’ tag online or in-store and get ready to stock up!

Each order is limited to 60 items total and you cannot purchase more than 20 units of the same item per order.

Check out more tips on my LUSH Boxing Day Sale 2020 video!

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How To Enjoy Lush On A Budget

Lush is a bit on the pricey side and I admit to blowing my beauty budget in one trip but is it really possible to enjoy Lush on a budget? I say it is and here’s how.

Don’t use the whole thing! – I never use an entire Bubble Bar or Bath Bomb in one shot. The bubble bars cut up very easily and I get 7-10 uses out of the large ones like Brightside. I’ve also been known to hack apart a bath bomb. It’s a little more effort to break these up but it can be done. The Bath Bombs are pricey at $6.95 to $12.95 each so getting a few soaks out of one is worth it.

Set a budget before you walk into Lush. – Walking into Lush is an amusement park for your senses and it’s so easy to just haphazardly start throwing things into that cute Lush basket but it can add up fast so keep a metal tally of how much you’re spending and stick to your predetermined number.

Check the expiration date and buy the correct size. –  Lush has a ton of amazing facial cleansers but most of my favorites expire in 3-4 months and you don’t want to end up throwing out excess expired product. For example I buy the 3.5 oz tub of Dark Angels for $14.95 and that lasts me about 3 months because I only use it 1-2 times per week and a little goes a long way. Also keep in mind that the Lush Fresh Masks only last 2 weeks so those are good to share with a friend.

Share with a friend. – Another way to save money is to share with a friend. It’s super easy to chop up the Lush glycerine soap. I cut them up for my guest bath but you could get 4 of your friends together and each buy one bar. Then just quarter the bar and everyone gets to try four different varieties.

Shop the Lush Boxing Day sale. – Every year on December 26th Lush has a 50% off and Buy 1, Get 1 sale on Boxing day for their holiday collection both online and in stores. This is a great time to stock up and save a ton of money. Even the gift boxes are on sale.

Try a shampoo bar. – I get 40 to 50 washes out of a Lush Shampoo Bar. The bars run $9.95 to $12.95 which comes out to about .20 per shampoo which I think is worth it.

Get samples. – When you go to a Lush store not only do you get to try everything you can even take home sample pots. I get 3 to 5 samples every time I go to Lush. I love trying the hair products before I buy. Each pot gives you 3-5 uses.


Turn in your black pots. – This is a great deal. “Bring back 5 empty, clean black LUSH pots to your local shop for recycling and we’ll give you a Fresh Face Mask, FREE!

The bottom line is…don’t be intimidated by what you’ve heard about Lush. While they are known for being pricey on some products you can really get a nice stash for just $25 and don’t forget the samples.

Sample Lush Hauls for under $25

Total: $21.85

Total: $42.40

So go forth and Lush! You can do it on a budget.

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Lush Christmas Rocker Soap Review

I was lucky enough to get the Lush Christmas Rocker Soap in the BOGO and I am really liking this scent!

What’s to love?

The Christmas Rocker Soap has Dried Apricots, Mandarin Oil, Tangerine Oil and Bergamot Oil which is a lot of citrus and fruit. It also has Gardenia Extract.

The apricot give this soap a deeper less sugary scent and the lather is amazing. I am hoping the bring apricot back in the Spring. The rocking horse is also super cute.

You can see the Lush Christmas Rocker Soap in my Lush Boxing Day Haul Video.

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My Lush Boxing Day Haul 2017

I just got my 2017 Lush Boxing Day Haul and I’m super excited. The ordering process was super smooth this year as your cart held for 15 minutes after you added each item. I got my order in on Tuesday and it came today which was super fast!

Here’s what I got this year. Everything was Buy 1, Get 1 Free so I got 2 of each of these items for $157 + tax and shipping.

Luxury Lush Pud
Never Mind The Ballistics
Plum Snow
Saucy Snowcake
Snow Fairy
Christmas Rocker
Sherbet Dip
The Man In The Moon
Baked Alaska
Christmas Citrus

I also created a video reveal of my awesome Lush Boxing Day 2017 haul!

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Lush Boxing Day Sale 2017 For North America!

This just in! Lush North American IS having an online AND in store BOGO Boxing Day Sale! Get all the details on their Twitter page right here.

UPDATE! Well I did it. I started adding products to my Lush cart at 8:48am EST and at 9:00am I was able to check out. The site was a little slow and I had to refresh the screen a few times but I was able to check out. The site is working well now and there are still lots of products left so I’m very happy with how things worked for the BOGO sale this year.

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From Lush: **The online sale will begin at 9am EST /6am PST on December 26th 2017. 30 minutes before the sale starts, all customer carts will be cleared. This will give everyone a fair shot at grabbing their faves** You can read all the Lush Boxing Day Sale FAQ’s right here.

I really like how they are running this years event and I hope to get some good products. I really want the Santa’s Belly Shower Jelly Hidden Mountain SoapSaucy Snowcake SoapGolden Pear and Christmas Sweater just to name a few.

I will be making a video of my Lush 2017 Boxing Day Haul too!

Lush UK is NOT going to have their annual online Boxing Day Sale this year (*sniff). This comes from the Lush Kitchen Twitter page. They are supposed to have the BOGO in stores with what’s left.