Lush launches campaign to stop grizzly bear trophy hunting

On November 1, 2016 a documentary about grizzly trophy hunting was released on Lush Cosmetics North America’s official Youtube page.

Each year, trophy hunters in British Columbia kill hundreds of grizzly bears for their heads, paws and hides. Those that support this slaughter claim it’s necessary to maintain balance in nature and provide economic advantages, yet conservationists and activists say otherwise.

Presented by Lush Cosmetics, Trophy challenges this controversial “sport” that exists across North America and asks: can we truly justify killing these animals for entertainment?

According to every year trophy hunters kill thousands of animals:

In British Columbia, Canada, trophy hunting is legal and sanctioned by the government. Every year, trophy hunters flock to the wilderness hoping to shoot and kill North America’s most sought-after prize: grizzly bears. Last year, they killed 289 of them.

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You can watch the full documentary down below:

Lush encourages its customers to support the cause and spread awareness by watching the documentary, purchasing Great Bear bath bomb (it was made and designed specifically for the campaign), and signing the petition against trophy hunting.


Lush Halloween 2016 Collection Has Officially Launched

In my previous blogpost I mentioned Lush cosmetics and how they came up with a campaign that advocated for saving sharks.

Recently they have officially launched their Halloween 2016 limited edition line of bath products: bath bombs, bath melts and soaps. Watch the promo video for the collection down below:

Click here to check out all the items from their Halloween 2016 collection.

According to their products are vegan and cruelty-free:

We’ve been against animal testing for over 30 years and will continue to inform, encourage and participate in the fight for animal rights. We’re proud to say that the founders of LUSH have been passionately fighting against animal testing during all of this time, long before LUSH was even an idea. Since the movement to stop animal testing started, policies have been created to work with cosmetics companies and raw materials suppliers to end animal cruelty.