People Believe This Lush Product Is Making Plants Grow In Their Shower
At least we know their products are fresher than fresh, right?
Imagine stepping into the shower one day, only to find that since you last went in there, your own miniature garden has started to sprout from the plughole.
Well, according to some Lush customers, that’s exactly what’s been happening after they’ve used the company’s Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar.
We’re all for natural products, Lush, but, as lovely as it sounds, we don’t think these customers actually signed up for showering in The Eden Project today, thanks.
The massage bar (not a soap bar, as some may think), contains aduki beans which, if these stories are anything to go by, grow like a dream in warm environments with water.
We mean, they look lovely and everything, but no-one really wants ‘weeding in the shower’ to become a real-life hobby.
Helen Ambrosen, Lush co-founder and product inventor, has now told BuzzFeed: “We use organic aduki beans to create a texture in the massage bar, so that you’ve got small bead like shapes to massage the muscles. In order for the beans to germinate they must have been left in the shower for a few days. The results you get just go to show how fresh the ingredients really are.”
A spokesperson also told the Metro that the bars don't need to be used in the shower, so it's probably best to take that advice if you'd rather not turn your bathroom into some sort of indoor garden, allotment or forest.
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