Lush has invented Soap Record to play “Happy Birthday”

Lush has invented Soap Record to play “Happy Birthday” - beauty-en -

Earlier you have been informed that Lush is inviting their customers who are out an about to come into their shops for a free handwash to battle the current situation with COVID-19.

Lush has invented Soap Record to play “Happy Birthday” - beauty-en -

They have created a new soap which plays music, so they can educate people about how long the procedure should take. An innovative idea infused with Lush`s best-selling Snow Fairy candy bubble gum fragrance and with a moisturizing rapeseed oil base. It was initially inspired for Lush party shops so children could listen and then break it up to wash their hands while singing to the birthday boy or girl. They have come up with a design, called Soap Record that represents a vinyl disk and you can play it on a record player. Made in a similar way to a regular vinyl record, the music is first to cut onto a lacquer disk and metalwork created from that. Then, at the final stage, the soap base is poured onto the metalwork and set to create a soap record that plays!

Lush has invented Soap Record to play “Happy Birthday” - beauty-en -

Previously displayed in Lush’s largest shop in the world in Liverpool (roll-out plans to continue when shops are back open), the new innovation joins Lush’s range of 25 bar soaps currently available online

 

Lush has invented Soap Record to play “Happy Birthday” - beauty-en -