Few beauty brands celebrate Halloween quite like Lush. Walk through the fan-favorite retailer in October and you'll be greeted by pumpkins, ghosts, and black cats, handmade out of sudsy bath bombs and glistening bubble bars. However, this Oct. 31, make sure you stop by the brand's website as well; because Lush has given its fans the best Halloween gift they could've asked for. Lush's iconic Lord of Misrule Shower Gel dropped on its website Oct. 31 — and it's now an official, evergreen product. No pun intended.
And in case you didn't know, this is a very, very big deal. Falling in love with Lord of Misrule — a previously limited-edition fragrance that's taken the shape of bath bombs and shower creams — is easy to do; and I'm speaking from experience here. The scent is hyper unique, toeing the line between crackling black pepper and warm, feminine vanilla, with a hint of patchouli that's decidedly Lush. After being gifted it last Christmas, I quickly realized that one, tiny container would be all I had until it came back in stock. Cue the heartbreak.
And I wasn't the only one who missed the one-of-a-kind scent (and its shockingly green hue) once my bottle ran out. "After hearing your cries, we resurrected this fan favorite shower gel and he's now back. For good," the brand wrote on the Instagram account for Lush Cosmetics North America following the launch. "That's right, Lord of Misrule shower gel will officially be available year-round online."
If you've never tried it before, you can order a 3.3-ounce bottle of the Lord of Misrule Shower Gel for just $10.95. However, true fans can now pick up an impressive 33.8-ounce bottle for $52.95, as well — something Lord of Misrule's diehard followers will definitely take advantage of.
It's a good time to stock up, too. Lush's 2019 Halloween collection also ushered in the Lord of Misrule bath bomb, a pink-and-green ball that dissolves into a rosy bubble bath. And, of course, it smells just like any other Lord of Misrule product you have your heart set on.
To shop all of Lush's new additions — including its many Halloween products — head on over to the brand's website. Below, Lush's Lord of Misrule Shower Gel, now available online (and for good).