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Now Your Dishes Can Smell Like a Lush Store

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The mad geniuses over at Lush have long used their powers to make you happy in the bathtub, but they're about to grow their domain to include the kitchen. Shaped into a likeness of the mythical Dish Fairy (or, as she's known in the UK, the Washing Up Fairy), the lemon-scented soaps dissolve in a water get right to work. That means there's no plastic bottle required, and nothing left over to throw away once the dishes are clean. The Dish Fairy hits North American shelves on April 20, so free up some counter space now.
· Lush Is Getting Into the Toothpaste Business [Racked]
· Lush [Official Site]