It’s time to go back to school and for some students this can be a stressful moment, especially if you’re a freshman due to bullying. Verbal abuse and harsh actions affect millions of students each year all over the world and Lush Cosmetics working to “erase bullying” with an interactive art installation displayed in the windows of Canadian shops and select shop locations in the U.S. starting August 31st. Lush will be showcasing the work of Vancouver-based artist, Bryce Evans which is inspired by a friend’s experience with bullying, bringing to life hurtful words in a larger-than-life format. LUSH is encouraging the public to sign an online pledge to treat others with dignity and respect by way of campaign partner Charter for Compassion.
LUSH will be launching a limited edition of Charity Pot hand and body lotion ($5.95 for 45g/$21.95 for 250g), with 100 percent of the sales going to LUSH’s Charity Pot Fund, to help further the good work of grassroots organizations like Charter For Compassion. This body is lotion is made with fair-trade cocoa butter, fragranced with ylang ylang, geranium and tagettes essential oils.
More on Charter for Compassion:
The Charter for Compassion inspires people around the world to live by the Golden Rule. It’s a cooperative effort to restore not only compassionate thinking, importantly, compassionate action to the center of religious, moral and political life.
To learn more about the Charter for Compassion or to sign, please visit www.charterforcompassion.org
To learn more about LUSH’s Erase Bullying campaign, please visit www.lush.ca/erasebullying follow the campaign on Twitter and Instagram @lushcosmetics #erasebullying and LUSH Cosmetics on Facebook.