Dive Into Cleansing Conversations With NEW Lush Cosmetics Podcast
“Lush is non-prescriptive in its approach to beauty, and we understand that self-care and wellness means something different to everyone,” said Julia Hamfelt, editor of Lush Cosmetics North America. “We believe in and champion the use of technology to impact positive social change and saw an opportunity to create a healthy space for people to engage in diverse and meaningful dialogue about wellbeing with people. people they admire.”
Listeners are encouraged to listen to conversations in a relaxation space – to soak up the sounds in a bath – where they can immerse themselves and maybe even change their mindset. On The sound bathsurrealist blues animator and poet Aja Monet dives deep into ideas that transform and reveal us. Intimate discussions with some of his favorite authors, artists, activists, and experts are thought-provoking, honest, and healing. Each episode ends with a bespoke sound meditation inspired by the guest, composed and performed by The Dojo Upstate.
“I hope this podcast can be an incentive to activate your inner life, around you, in your environment, in your community and in your society on a daily basis.” mentioned Aja Monet. “Conversations can trigger and move entire movements. They can intentionally lead us into ourselves as we take a step toward each other.”
With Lush’s global decision to turn its back on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Snapchat in November 2021the first episode of the podcast What is your algorithm? with Safia Noble, a professor at the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry and author of the book Oppression algorithmswill explore how we can engage with technology and reclaim our mental well-being in online spaces.
Some of the other voices featured in the first season of The sound bath include New York Times bestselling author Jason Reynolds; and awarded New York Times best-selling journalist and teacher Naomi Klein.
Launch of the Sound Bath Thursday, May 5, 2022, and is published every two weeks. For more, check out https://www.lushusa.com/podcast.html and wherever you get your podcasts. APPLE/SPOTIFY/GOOGLE.
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About Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics:
Lush’s fresh handmade cosmetics are synonymous with good clean pleasure. They offer luxurious and ethical skin care, hair care and bath products, as well as unique gifts filled with fragrant and effective products. 2022 brands Lush’s 27th anniversary of creating innovative cosmetics using fresh fruits and vegetables, the finest essential oils, and ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients.
Lush campaigns on animal welfare, human rights and environmental justice because it’s the right thing to do. With over 900 stores worldwide, Lush is uniquely positioned to raise awareness of serious issues and effect real change.
Never tested on animals, every Lush product is vegetarian, and approximately 85% is vegan, 40% preservative-free and 35% packaging-free. Lush supports fair trade, community trade and charitable initiatives, and follows a simple policy: to have the least possible impact on the environment while producing beautiful and effective products.
On Aja Monet:
Aja Monet is a surrealist blues poet, storyteller and organizer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She won the legendary Nuyorican Poets Cafe Grand Slam poetry award in 2007 and Aja Monet is part of the long heritage and tradition of poets participating and coming together in social movements. His first complete collection of poems is titled, My mother was a freedom fighter at Haymarket Books.
Her poems explore gender, race, migration and spirituality. In 2018 she was nominated for an NAACP Literary Award for Poetry and in 2019 received the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Poetry Prize for his cultural organizing work in South Florida. Aja Monet co-founded a political house for artists and organizers called Smoke Signals Studio.
She leads “Voices: Poetry for the People”, a workshop and collective in collaboration with Community Justice Project and Dream Defenders. She is currently working on her next comprehensive collection of poems titled, Florida water. Aja Monet is also the new creative director of V–Day, a global movement to end violence against all women and girls.
About JAR Audio:
JAR Audio produces original podcasts for brands that make meaningful connections with audiences. Situated at Vancouver, we are one of the largest, fastest growing and most diverse podcast production agencies in the world. Learn more at JARAudio.com