Lush Wants You To Keep A "Bathtub's Distance" Away From Others As They Re-Open In Canada

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Lush Canada Reopening Has Started & You Need To Have A "Bathtub's Distance" Of Space In-Store

Bath bombs and a bathtub's distance. Lush Canada reopening has started but you need to keep a tub's length away from people while you're shopping in-store. Other measures are also in place to keep everyone safe.

While a couple of stores in Canada have already started letting people back in, Lush hopes to have all stores up and running again by early July. 

Like with other stores that have reopened, their locations will have reduced capacity, contactless payment and regular cleaning.

You're also asked to keep a "bathtub's distance" between yourself and other people shopping in-store.

Decals have even been put on the floor for reference.

There will be access to sinks and soaps for you to wash your hands when you go into a location if you want to.

Also, testers have been removed but employees can make you a sample of anything that you want to try.

If you're not comfortable buying an item that's on the shelf or without a package, you can get a new product to purchase. You just have to ask!

All employees will wear masks and customers are asked to do the same while shopping.

"Needless to say, the road back to normality is bound to be a little uncertain as the world changes around us, but we’re committed to safely and consciously starting afresh together," said Elisa Torres, Lush's retail director.

If you're still not up to shopping in-store, there is also contactless pick up available at some locations.

So, when you order online you just have to select that you want to pick up your items at a store before you checkout.

Your order will be packed and ready for you by the next day with no extra charges.

Some shop managers have even been offering one-on-one consultations online for advice on bath, shower and skincare regimes while stores are closed.

Lush locations have already opened up in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Newfoundland for pick up.

More are being reopened on a continual basis.