18 Lush Copycat Recipes to Make This Weekend (2024)

Is your Lush habit getting out of hand? We feel you. Here are some favorites you can make at home. Scroll down for 18 Lush copycat recipes you can make yourself.

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Probably every beauty product junkie out there is also a Lush junkie! Their stuff is totally addictive, and I mean that in the best way possible.

The scents, luxurious textures, fun shapes, and gorgeous colors are a well-tailored combination that bewitches the senses. So you can't blame a girl for wanting to make her own Lush-like products, whether it's the famous Lush bath bombs or something else altogether.

Cancel your weekend plans, it's time to whip up a few DIY Lush copycat recipes!

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  • 1. Copycat Lush Scrubees from Hello Glow
  • 2. Copycat Lush Magic Muscles Massage Bar from Hello Glow
  • 3. Copycat Lush Rainbow Bubble Bars from Muffin Chanel
  • 4. Copycat Lush Dream Cream from Hello Glow
  • 5. Copycat Lush Honey Trap Lip Balm from Hello Glow
  • 7. Copycat Fresh Farmacy Soap from Hello Glow
  • 8. Copycat Lush Shower Bombs from Hello Glow
  • 9. Copycat Lush Jelly Soap from Sugar, Spice and Glitter
  • 10. Copycat Lush Bath Melts from Hello Glow
  • 11. Copycat Lush Shampoo Bars from Don’t Waste the Crumbs
  • 12. Copycat Lush Tea Tree Water from Hello Glow
  • 13. Copycat Lush Bubble Bath Play Dough from The Idea Room
  • 14. Copycat Lush Bubble Bars from Hello Glow
  • 15. Copycat Lush Hair Balm from The Makeup Dummy
  • 16. Copycat Lush Margarita Face Scrub from The Sweeter Side of Motherhood
  • 17. Copycat Lush Turmeric Latte Bath Bombs from Hello Glow
  • 18. Copycat Lush Facial Cleanser from Natural Fit Foodie

1. Copycat Lush Scrubees from Hello Glow

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If you can’t stop thinking about Lush body scrub bars, you'll love these DIY sugar scrub bars, made with a blend of nourishing oils and exfoliating brown sugar. You can also add soap to make a scrub bar that foams and cleans.

2. Copycat Lush Magic Muscles Massage Bar from Hello Glow

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Massage bars are a super easy way to have massage oil on hand anytime, minus the mess! The organic adzuki beans pleasantly massage your skin, while magnesium flakes help you get ready for a good night's sleep.

3. Copycat Lush Rainbow Bubble Bars from Muffin Chanel

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Sometimes you need a rainbow in the bath—you just do. Not to mention, this rainbow bubble bar recipe gets bubbly, too! Ready to use in 24 hours, it’s a lovely gift for your girlfriends.

4. Copycat Lush Dream Cream from Hello Glow

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If you're struggling with dry, irritated skin, oatmeal is your best bet. This oatmeal lotion is a homemade version of Lush’s Dream Cream, and it moisturizes and soothes sensitive skin like no other.

5. Copycat Lush Honey Trap Lip Balm from Hello Glow

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Honey lip balm is my fave, and this one is a recreation of Lush's Honey Trap lip balm. It uses a whole host of moisturizers: shea butter, honey, almond oil, and olive oil. And the addition of white chocolate makes it even yummier!

6. Copycat Lush Shower & Bath Jellies from Elle Sees

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For kids and adults alike, bath jellies are a blast! They’re like shower gel, only way more fun to use—whether in the shower or bath. The secret ingredient? Gelatin!

7. Copycat Fresh Farmacy Soap from Hello Glow

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Like a DIY Fresh Farmacy product without sodium lauryl sulfate, this healing calamine soap is ideal for parched, easily-irritated skin. It includes ingredients like calamine, chamomileand lavender essential oils, and coconut oil to boost the skin's moisture barrier and repair any damage at the same time.

8. Copycat Lush Shower Bombs from Hello Glow

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These shower bombs fizz and release whatever ingredients you use, infusing the air with a relaxing scent. They’re practical and yet lots of fun to make and use.

9. Copycat Lush Jelly Soap from Sugar, Spice and Glitter

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This fun, kid-friendly jelly Lush soap recipe is made without gelatin, and it can be molded for different holidays and occasions.

10. Copycat Lush Bath Melts from Hello Glow

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True to their name, bath melts are butter-based bath products made to dissolve in warm water and coat your skin in a layer of hydrating oil. If there’s one thing Lush does right, it’s making the most luxurious, skin-nourishing bath oils.

11. Copycat Lush Shampoo Bars from Don’t Waste the Crumbs

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Keep your hair squeaky clean yet moisturized with this DIY Lush shampoo bar recipe made with aloe vera, jojoba, coconut, and avocado oils, along with coconut milk and essential oils.

12. Copycat Lush Tea Tree Water from Hello Glow

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This version of the Lush tea tree toner uses acne-reducing essential oils like tea tree oil along with a gentle, clarifying hydrosol made with grapefruit and juniper berry to soothe irritation and hydrate acne-prone skin at the same time.

13. Copycat Lush Bubble Bath Play Dough from The Idea Room

Is bath time a struggle for your little ones? Make it fun with this play dough recipe that doubles as soap and bubble bath, à la Lush.

14. Copycat Lush Bubble Bars from Hello Glow

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If you like Lush bubble bars, you'll love this handmade version you can make at home. These pretties aren’t nearly as complicated as you might think, so whip up some for yourself and some for gift-giving.

15. Copycat Lush Hair Balm from The Makeup Dummy

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Dry hair and split ends need some extra care, especially during cold weather! This moisturizing hair balm inspired by Lush will make your strands feel soft and amazing.

16. Copycat Lush Margarita Face Scrub from The Sweeter Side of Motherhood

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A face scrub containing all the fun stuff in a margarita? Yes, please! This Lush face scrub recipe inspired by Lush is made with lime, sea salt, and—believe it or not—a shot of vodka!

17. Copycat Lush Turmeric Latte Bath Bombs from Hello Glow

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Copycat Lush bath bombs are one of our favorite DIY projects. Try this copycat Lush Turmeric Latte bath bomb recipe (use fun Halloween shapes if making in October!) that includes anti-inflammatory turmeric and coconut milk powder.

Not only is turmeric a great way to add some festive Halloween cheer to your bath bombs, but it’s so good for skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties work wonders on blemishes and inflammatory skin conditions like eczema and rosacea [source].

18. Copycat Lush Facial Cleanser from Natural Fit Foodie

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If you’re a fan of the Angels on Bare Skin facial cleanser from Lush, you’ll be happy to hear the copycat cleanser recipe is actually easy and less expensive to make at home!

This article was medically reviewed by Dr. Gina Jansheski, a licensed, board-certified physician who has been practicing for more than 20 years. Learn more about Hello Glow's medical reviewers here. As always, this is not personal medical advice and we recommend that you talk with your doctor.

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FAQs

What are the ingredients in Lush bath bombs? ›

Our bath bombs are well-crafted in small batches with natural ingredients including lavender, chamomile, coconut oil, shea butter, Epsom salt, and baking soda.

How do you make a lush face mask? ›

For this DIY mask, you'll need half a banana and half an avocado (both mashed), a teaspoon of honey, two tablespoons of Greek yoghurt, and a tablespoon of olive oil. Mix all the ingredients together and apply the paste to your skin. Let it sit for 15 minutes before removing with warm water.

What products does Lush sell? ›

  • Scrubee. Body Butter. Buttery, scrubby honeybee. ...
  • King of Skin. Body Butter. The king of hydration. ...
  • Grass. Shower Gel. Gorgeously green and uplifting. ...
  • Dirty. Shaving Cream. Calming oat milk and lavender. ...
  • Ocean Salt. Face and Body Scrub. ...
  • Orange. Body Scrub. ...
  • Deep Sleep. Bath Bomb. ...
  • Salt Water Soother. Bath Bomb.

How to get free stuff from Lush? ›

Lush's 'try before you buy' mentality has been a staple of the brand for years – customers need only pop into store and ask for a free skincare or haircare consultation to leave armed with free samples to help them find their perfect match, and this giveaway is no different – intended to help everyone sleep a little ...

Are dupe fragrances illegal? ›

First of all, it's important to understand that perfume dupes are not the same as knockoffs or counterfeits. Knockoffs are illegal copies of designer for niche fragrances sold under the same or a similar name, while perfume dupes are legal products designed to smell like popular perfumes.

Can you make your own bath bomb in Lush? ›

Looking for a little bath time magic? Bring your own fairytale friends to life with Fairy and Bear Create Kit, for those who love to get stuck in with a bath bomb making kit, and take fresh and handmade to a whole new level!

Is Lush safe for kids? ›

While simple bath bombs—those without the bubbles—are fine for children at any age, we recommend bubble bars to be used starting after the age of seven. Take a peek at our list of gifts for little Lushies.

How do you make a Lush blueberry face mask? ›

Ingredients: 1/2 cup of blueberries 1 tablespoon of glycerine 1 teaspoon of purified water 2 tablespoons of clay powder 7-8 drops of lavender oil 15 drops of tea tree oil Tools: spoon and fork for mixing & mashing a strainer a bowl an airtight container to store the mask in measuring cup Instructions: 1.)

What company owns Lush? ›

At Lush we like to do things our own way. We are privately owned and as such have Shareholders and a Management Board, we also have an Manufacturing Board, country level Boards and a fantastic Leadership team who guide the company across lots of disciplines.

What soap bases does Lush use? ›

At Lush today, we either use a soap base bought from a supplier, made from a combination of rapeseed oil for a gentle creamy feel and coconut oil which makes the soap lather, or using our in-house, soap base manufacturing facility, which allows us to make a soap base from any oils we want, these bases are referred to ...

Can you make your own stuff at Lush? ›

They are now more customizable, more flexible and—best of all—more fun! Whatever the occasion, we're here to help you celebrate and plan a customized Lush party. From the overall theme, to the games you play, to the product you make—it's all up to you! You can even pick from a range of exclusive products to take home.

What is Lush glitter made from? ›

Synthetic fluorphlogopite is a material which demonstrates that natural is not always best. Lush made the decision to move to synthetic mica after encountering some difficulties with transparency in the natural mica supply chain which meant we could no longer guarantee there was no child labour used.

How are dupe fragrances made? ›

How are perfume dupes made? Each dupe perfume maker may have a slightly different method. In general, to make a dupe, perfume experts analyze the scent notes of the original fragrance. Then, they combine fragrance oils until the proportions match closely to the desired designer scent.

How to make copycat perfume? ›

Cologne Instructions
  1. 20 drops Top Note Essential Oil.
  2. 15 drops Middle Note Essential Oil.
  3. 10 drops Base Note Essential Oil.
  4. 5 oz. 70 proof Alcohol or Vodka.
  5. 1 oz. Distilled Water (if you are sensitive to Alcohol, you may use more Distilled Water)
  6. Glass Roll on or Spray Bottle.
Jan 11, 2021

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