It means no worries, for the rest of your bathes!

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Ne Worry Pas

Bath Bomb

It means no worries, for the rest of your bathes!
ne worry pas bath bomb

No matter where you’re from, whatever your language, we’re all worriers sometimes. Usually a hug’s enough to vanquish worries and send stresses on their way, and although this sweet and comforting jasmine, bergamot and cedarwood bomb isn’t scientifically proven to be the closest thing to a human hug you can get, we think it is. Whisper your worries into the hole and watch as they fizz away into the water then down the plug hole. So, as long you’ve got one of these skin-softening, floral embraces in your arsenal, ne worry pas. 

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lorindarad77

About 3 weeks ago

This is a heavy luscious sweet floral must have for me. I’d use this every night if I could. It was also one of the first bombs I ever tried when I first found out lush kitchen existed and it got me hooked !

17 Ingredients
Floral and seductive
Ceadarwood
Toning and balancing
Rich milk

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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Maddy_Lush163638252927

About 1 month ago

I think it’s adorable that you whisper your worries into the bath bomb then send them away. For someone who continually worries about stuff it’s nice to have a warm relaxing bath and to send worries out of my mind. Would definitely purchase but please Lush don’t make them so expensive. Go back to the days when bath bombs were rarely over £4.

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lorindarad77

About 3 weeks ago

This is a heavy luscious sweet floral must have for me. I’d use this every night if I could. It was also one of the first bombs I ever tried when I first found out lush kitchen existed and it got me hooked !

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parton86_6915016

About 2 days ago

So this bomb is new to me, smells nice, strong flowery, leaves skin soft, only 'downside' is the water colour is more scummy soap.

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