Even more appealing is the company’s use of high-quality natural and organic ingredients wherever possible. The resulting products are crammed with herbs, fruit, flowers and essential oils. These creations are developed in-house by the Lush creative team, which includes Simon Constantine, son of founding member Mark Constantine. P&F magazine recently talked with Simon Constantine to discover how he goes about creating fragrances for such an unconventional company.
Perfumer Q&A: Lushious Fragrances
March 3, 2006
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