Lush’s Valentine’s Day Emoji Bath Bombs Are A Mood – Pretty 52

by beauty journalist

Lush is spicing up bath time this Valentine’s Day with some steamy new additions to its bath bomb collection.

Beauty brand Lush, known for its gorgeously natural cosmetics, teased fans with the new Valentine’s goodies on Instagram, and they are already available to buy.

Sexting staples the peach and aubergine emojis have been transformed into bath bombs, and there’s a whole host of other cosmetics in Lush’s cheeky Valentine’s range, all of which are limited edition.

Dropping it into the water, the peach bomb releases bursts of juicy grapefruit, fresh peach juice and sweet davana to gently cleanse and refresh after a fruity session.

The aubergine emoji will really hit the spot with uplifting bergamot, fruity ho wood and saucy litsea cubeba. Lush says ‘this tongue in cheek product shoots green and blue foam from both ends so you can give someone the gift of a fast fizzing tip’.

Each of the bath bombs are £3.95 a pop in-store and online, and the limited edition love boat bath bomb is back for another year for £4.50 available.

The latter promises an uplifting cruise to Love Island with sweet orange and Sicilian lemon oil seas, making it the perfect gift no matter what stage in your new relation-ship.

Aside from fizzy bath bombs, there are cheeky six (or nine) shaped bubble bars coming in blue and yellow or red and yellow with different infusions. These are reusable, completely vegan like all Lush products, and are £5.50.

If your life mantra is ‘the bigger the better’, then why not try Lush’s big banana massage bar for £5.95?

These limited edition, yellow bad boys will have your peeling your clothes straight off with ingredients including Fair Trade cocoa and shea butters, spicy clove bud oil and refreshing Brazilian orange oil.

Lush is also selling gift boxes full of cheeky gifts to present to your loved-one on Valentine’s Day, with prices starting at £10.95.

You can view the full Lush Valentine’s Day range here.

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