As many globally cherished merchandise as Lush Cosmetics makes, the model is arguably synonymous with tub bombs. I imply, no offense, Dream Cream, however John Mayer did not write a track about you, know what I am saying? And ever since Lush launched vegan Jelly Bombs final 12 months, much more folks have gotten the chance to benefit from the fizzy, colourful tub expertise so many Lushies love. And after practically six months with a brand new one, the model has launched a Jelly Bomb that may increase your ranges of rest and environmental consciousness.

The Turtle Jelly Bomb seems to be precisely such as you may count on: It resembles a sea turtle, with turquoise spots on its brilliant inexperienced shell. And whereas the design is decidedly cute, it is also meant to remind customers that ocean air pollution is threatening marine life. Along with the seaweed that helps give the bathwater its jelly-like texture, it accommodates strings of agar seaweed that disperse to represent the plastic straws which were discovered to so heartbreakingly wound and kill sea turtles and different ocean dwellers. (A rising variety of coastal U.S. cities have begun banning plastic straws in effort to stop each air pollution and animal harm.)

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Like all of Lush’s tub bombs, the Turtle Jelly Bomb smells unimaginable. Because it fizzes away and turns the water inexperienced, a de-stressing woodsy scent is launched, due to the inclusion of cypress oil, sandalwood oil, and pine needle absolute. And whereas your new turtle good friend could also be gone, you are left with super-soft pores and skin — and hopefully a extra eco-friendly outlook.

The Turtle Jelly Bomb is now accessible for $eight on lushusa.com, and it involves Lush shops on June 29.


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