These New Hair Treatments Look Just Like Popsicles

Lush Cosmetics X Hair Oil TreatmentsWe’re avid fans of raiding our refrigerators for creating our next must-have hair solution. But, Lush Cosmetics is taking our food and hair obsession to the next level with a revamped lineup of hair treatments that look just like popsicles. 

The new collection includes five different treatments that come molded in a flat solid hexagon shape stacked on wooden sticks to give you the ultimate childhood nostalgia. The user-friendly packaging features emoji-esque instructions printed right on the stick, making it both eco-conscious and accessible to 

“The new hot oil treatments ‘speak’ to a larger audience without words,” said Brandi Halls, Director of Brand Communications Lush Cosmetics North America. “The digitally printed illustrations on the wooden stick mean that the product instructions are straightforward and accessible to Lushies regardless of their native tongue.”

To use, simply follow the five illustrated steps: boil some water, place stick in one cup of hot water and stir until the treatment melts and mixes into a thick liquid. Next, apply to hair and leave on for 20 minutes. Follow up with normal shampoo and conditioner.

Each treatment retails for $10.95 each, featuring such goodness as extra virgin olive oil, peppermint, cinnamon, avocado and jojoba oils and more.  

Read on for deets on each offering, available at

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Hair Doctor. A previous brand fave, this offering is made with peppermint, Irksh moss powder, henna and lanolin.
Yuge.This seafoam offering is formulated with sea salt and extra virgin olive and jojoba oils to help add texture and volume to hair.
Damaged. This combination of extra virgin olive, almond and organic avocado oils promises to nourish dry, parched hair. 
Marilyn Give dyed (or natural) blonde tresses a color boost without going brassy with this brightening treatment.
New. This spicy concoction features cinnamon, nettle and rosemary to help stimulate the scalp.

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