The Yellow Submarine Took Me To Liverpool | Lush Liverpool Spa

A couple of weeks ago, both me and Jamie went to Liverpool to visit the world’s biggest Lush store, Lush Liverpool Spa, and after having a fantastic time checking out all of the delicious smelling exclusive products, I thought that I would tell you all about it.

What is Lush Liverpool Spa?

Lush Liverpool Spa, is the world’s biggest ever Lush store spread over three floors that contains a Salon, a Coffee Shop, a Record Store, a Party Area, a Spa, and over 350 exclusive products that are only available in store in the heart of Liverpool.

What happened when I visited Lush Liverpool Spa?

Once we had finally arrived in Liverpool, and had figured out where we were supposed to go, we eventually headed to Lush Liverpool Spa, which is located next door to Primark on Church Street in Liverpool City Centre.

A large oval shaped bright stoned building with a large rectangular black board over it's doors that has Lush written in bold white writing on it, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Store Front.

Then once we had walked into the huge but very modern looking store, we were very kindly greeted by one of their really friendly staff members, who said hi, and asked us if we were ok. We said hi back, and that yes we were, and after a couple of seconds of us all chatting, she said that if we needed any help to just shout and that she hoped that we enjoyed ourselves. Then once we had finally gotten our bearings, we started to check out all of the different departments that were dotted around the absolutely massive store.

A collection of tall cylindrical black tubs that have dream cream written in bold white writing on them next to a short rectangular black board that has Dream Cream written in bold white writing on a large rectangular dark wooden shelf, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Naked Skincare Department.

The first department that we checked out was their naked Skincare Department, which was a little bit like a mini version of one of their Naked Stores, as none of the products like their Turmeric Facial Roll, Aqua Marina Facial Roll or Karma Cream had any packaging what so ever and were either wrapped in Paper or were like a giant block of Bottle shaped Soap.

A tall black wall full of some rectangular white shelves full of tall rectangular clear glass perfume bottles and a rectangular black board that has 29 new perfumes written in bold white writing on it, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Perfume Department.

Then once we had finished in the Naked Skincare department, we walked passed the Hair Salon where you could treat yourself to a Haircut or Treatment and eventually found the Perfume Department where they had two massive Tables full of some of their iconic Perfumes, including Presidents Hat, The Smell Of Weather Turning and Sikkim Girls that you could spray on little Tester Cards. They also had a little raised platform with a massive Bookcase on it full of exclusive Perfumes, including Himalaya, Lord Of Goathorn, Salarium and V, and some really comfy Chairs where a lovely lady called Lizzy could give you a Perfume Consultation to help you find your perfect Fragrance.

Then once we had finished sniffing all of the delicious smelling Perfumes, we headed upstairs via a really small Lift to check out all of the Bath and Body Departments that were located on the second floor.

A collection of short conical bright red shower bombs on a large circular white plate next to a large rectangular black sign that has Comfort Zone Shower Bomb written in bold white writing on it, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Shower Bombs Department.

The first department that we found was their Shower Bombs Department, where we got chatting to a really nice lady called Rihanna who told us all about some of the exclusive Shower Bombs, including the Red Pill and Blue Pill that were inspired by the Matrix Films, Wake Up Call which contained Coffee Granules, and Comfort Zone which shares it’s scent with their very popular The Comforter Bubble Bar.

A large rectangular block of bright orange soap with a picture of a bright orange sun engraved on it that has a bright yellow outline, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Good Day Sunshine Soap.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the Shower Bombs, we headed over to the Soap Department where they had a massive Sink with all of the Soaps dotted around it so that you could pick one up and try it out for yourselves. They also had a couple of exclusive Soaps that were all inspired by The Beatles, including Good Day Sunshine, Bingo Star, and Michelle Ma Belle which shares it’s scent with the incredibly sweet Yog Nog Bath Bomb.

A large white rectangular shelf full of some various different coloured spherical Bath Bombs on top of some small circular white plates, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Bath Bomb Conveyor Belt.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the Soaps at the Soap Department, we stopped by the Bath Bomb Demo Area where they had a really cool conveyor Belt that had all of the recently released Harajuku Store Exclusive Bath Bombs on it. You were supposed to use an App alongside the Conveyor Belt that told you more information about each Bath Bomb, but as it wasn’t accessible, I couldn’t really use it.

A large circular black wheel that has some little compartments around the outside of it full of some cylindrical packets of different coloured plasticine next to a large rectangular black board that has Fun written in bold white writing on it, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Fun Department.

Then once we had finished at the Bath Bomb Demo Area, we headed over to the Fun Department where they had loads of different coloured Fun Bars in some amazing exclusive scents, including Apple, Sunset, Bronze and Glow Worm which actually glows in the dark. They also had a little Fun Making Station where you could use the Fun to create little models, which I thought would be perfect at entertaining any bored Kids whilst you do a little bit of shopping.

A bright white Lama shaped bath bomb covered in some different coloured glitter in front of a circular white shelf, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Calm A Llama Party Piñata Bath Bomb.

Then once we had finished at the Fun Department, we headed over to the Party Area which as well as having some really funky exclusive products, including the Calm A Lama Party Pinata, the Party Balloon Bubble Bars that come in five different colours and the Number Bubble Bars which are all shaped in numbers from one to zero, they also had a Musical Shower Jelly Section with massive Shower Jellies that you could slap and watch wobble. The Shower Jellies also played a little tune whenever they wobbled that could also be changed to vibrations so that anyone who is Deaf could also enjoy the experience, which I thought was really impressive.

Then once we had finally finished playing with all of the Shower Jellies, we headed over to the Mouth Care Department where they had lots of exclusive Toothy Tabs in some interesting flavours, including Bubblegum, Mandarin Fireworks, Happy Pill and Before Eight as well as some very interesting Mouthwash Tabs that came in some really nice sounding flavours, including Cuba Libre, Gin & Tonic, Palma Violet and Golden Pear. They also had a massive sink where you could taste some of them, and even though the flavours sounded nice, some of them unfortunately didn’t really taste that great. For instance, there was one called Spritz that contained Grapefruit and Sea Salt, but to me it tasted like I had just bitten into a Lockets Cough Sweet.

A short cylindrical block of shimmering light pink Shower Jelly next to a short cylindrical clear plastic tub with a black label that has Lush Conga Shower Jelly written in bold white writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Conga Shower Jelly.

Then once we had finished tasting most of the Mouth Care Department, we headed over to the Shower Jellies Department where they had some of the Musical Shower Jellies but in much smaller versions including Rumba that shares it’s scent with the So White range, Gong that shares it’s scent with the Golden Pear range, and Conga that contains Raspberry and Vanilla.

A small rainbow shaped block of oil with a bright red stripe, a bright orange stripe, and a bright yellow stripe across it, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Love Is The Way Bath Oil.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the Shower Jelly Department, we headed over to the Bath Oils Department where they had some reformulated versions of their classic Bath Oils, including You’ve Been Mangoed, Poliamarus and Melting Marshmallow Moment as well as some really cool exclusive ones ,including ‘Cream that’s shaped like a Mask and smells of Marzipan, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough that’s shaped like the Peeks of a Mountain and smells of Grapefruit, and Love Is The Way that’s shaped like a miniature Rainbow.

A large circular silver metal plate full of some short cylindrical black glass Vials on a dark wooden table, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Spa Area.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the Bath Oil Department, Rihanna, the really lovely woman that had been helping us, took us up to the third floor to check out the Spa Area. This was really trippy, as even though the store was incredibly busy, the Spa Area was like stepping into a tranquil Oasis. It was also full of Plants and even more exclusive products that you could only get if you were having one of their amazing Spa Treatments.

Three large rectangular clear glass shelves full of some various coloured spherical Bath Bombs, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Liverpool Spa Bath Bomb Department.

Then once we had finished checking out the Spa Area, we headed back downstairs to the second floor and headed over to the Bath Bomb Department where two really friendly women helped us pick out a couple of Bath Bombs that we had seen on the Bath Bomb Conveyor Belt. One of the really nice ladies who was helping us called Libby, then took us down to the first floor again and showed us some of the really cool Haircare that they had on offer, including a Shampoo that contained Wasabi and some very interesting styling products.

A medium rectangular brown and white board that has Hair Lab written in bold black writing on it, on a bright background.

A picture of the Lush Haircare Department.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the Haircare Department, we headed over to the Face Care Department where they had some really cool and quirky products including some Face Jellies that came wrapped in little pieces of Fruit Peel, a Moisturiser that was incased in a piece of Seaweed that only lasts for three days, and a Face Pop which was essentially a Face Mask on a Stick.

Then once we had finished checking out all of the really cool Face Care, we headed to the till to pay for everything that we had picked up whilst we had been wandering around, and after it took two people and two A3 Bags to wrap all of our products up, we said our goodbye’s and headed off back into Liverpool to catch our Train.

I had a fantastic time checking out all of the amazing exclusive products at Lush Liverpool Spa, and if you get a chance and have the time to wander around their massive store, I highly recommend that you pop in and say hi.

Have you been to Lush Liverpool Spa yet? What did you think of it? Did you pick up anything nice? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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