Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

LUSH Training Saturday and Sunday

So I've been doing my training for LUSH. (Aren't you excited? I'm mighty excited about this job.) Each day we go over company history, ingredients and specific products in-depth so that we will be able to answer any (and hopefully all!) customer questions.

So I could sit here and tell you about my co-workers, or industry secrets about LUSH, or the secret formulation of Karma perfume...but instead, I'd rather just tell you the exciting product they gave me to try, tester and enjoy. They are SO generous with the sampling.

On Friday I received:
- Aromarant Deodorant
- Big Calm Shower Jelly
- Black Toothgel
- Floating Island Bath Melt
- Heavenly Bodies Buttercream
- King of Skin Body Butter
- Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter
- Olive Branch Shower Gel
- Oxeo Cube Krystal Deodorant
- Prince Shaving Cream
- Sex Bomb Bath Bomb
- Soft Coeur Massage Bar
Yes, these are all full-size. We were given our choice on fragrances so different people got different product.

Today I got:
- Angels on Bare Skin Cleanser
- Aqua Marina Facial Cleanser
- Aromacreme Deodorant
- Ceridwen's Cauldron Bath Melt
- Coal Face Facial Cleanser
- Dream Cream
- Eau Roma Water
- Enchanted Eye Cream
- Fresh Farmacy
- Gorgeous Face Cream
- Herbalism Facial Cleanser
- Honey I Washed The Kids Soap
- Karma Soap
- Ocean Salt Face Scrub
- Ultrabland Makeup Remover

If I did my math right that's a total around $312!!
And there's more to come! Or, there would be, if I could make it to the third day of training. Tragically, because of my two finals Monday I can't make it to the training. I am SO SAD about that.

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