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23 March 2006 @ 11:25 am
Lush fans: does anyone know if there is a bath ballistic that turns your bath water a different colour?

Noel brought me this fabulous selection of bath balls, bubble bars, soaps etc for Christmas. Millie discovered it in the bathroom about 2 days later, and since then every time she has a bath at our place, she wants to use something from the "lush drawer". Of course, it's very cute and I don't mind at all, except that my Christmas supply is being diminished by a 7 year old ;) Noel said last night that we should get some more products (I wasn't complaining or anything, we were laughing about how Millie loves the Lush stuff and how that used to be my ultimate "relax" time, on a Friday night after a week of work: a Lush bath & a Vogue magazine). The offer to get some more products of course makes me a happy girl, but I want to choose some things for Millie too, since she loves it, and I know she would love something that changes the colour of her bath water.

I remember I had one once, that turned my bath pink, but I can't remember which one it is, so if any Lush fans know off the top of their heads of any, let me know?

I am indulging in comfort music today, and I just want the day to be over.

Catherine Earnshaw: VM suckers by _godhoppinggiantessmess on March 23rd, 2006 01:12 am (UTC)
aww. that's so cute. that girl certainly has good taste ;)

I can't remember anything at Lush that changes the colour of the water, but I do recall a bath melt with lots of blue sparkles.
ex_lambkin76 on March 23rd, 2006 01:41 am (UTC)
I dunno about Lush things that change the water colour, but there's this little.. um.. 'tablet' things you can get from toy stores, and maybe even the supermarket, that turn the bath water different colours!!
They're meant to be for parents/carers/etc who are trying to get their reluctant kiddies to be clean.
no stains, non-toxic, no mess, no fuss

I can't remember what they're called, but they come in a little packet, and there's all different colours in there.

They're very cool!
pouring: beachside pearlspouring on March 23rd, 2006 01:54 am (UTC)
is it the think pink bath bomb? i remember getting one that turns the water pink, too...!
?starlakitty on March 23rd, 2006 02:15 am (UTC)
i want to try some lush stuff...i hear so much good reviews. when i move into my new apartment and i have a nice new bathtub, i'm going to indulge in many baths! maybe i'll buy some lush stuff then. ;-)
prophetess666: Smartprophetess666 on March 24th, 2006 12:39 am (UTC)
you should definitely get some, I so love Lush products :) And the nice thing is that if you get like a bubble bar, you can cut it up and use only some of it to make it last for a loooooong time :)

I'll even get some for you in your new apartment as a housewarming present!
?starlakitty on March 24th, 2006 10:40 pm (UTC)
oh you are too sweet. :)
i am definitely going to treat myself, regardless. my bathtub in my apartment now is old and YUCKY so i haven't been indulging in too many baths but the tub in my new apartment is freshly painted, so i see many baths in my near future. ;)
september_frost on March 23rd, 2006 02:19 am (UTC)
If you're buying from a store then you could always ask the staff. They should be able to tell you which ones turn water a different colour.
Annekafleece_ice on March 23rd, 2006 03:32 am (UTC)
I think I know the one, actually there may be many. Anyway, Sex Bomb is one, think pink, ginger bomb... pretty much any bath bomb that is pink, teehee. If you want to look up products go to www.lush.com.au I use http://ca.lush.com because I live in Canada obviously, and it seems that we have a larger selection, which is odd. But check out the sites.
Effortlessly Controversialmoonborn on March 23rd, 2006 04:11 am (UTC)
Phuket will turn your bath orange.
And the Playdoze is a firm favourite with kids for the bathwater colour (bright yellow!) - plus, it's formulated not to upset kids' sensitive skin (the sex bomb could irritate her and give her a lovely rash).

Other nice things for millie - try the new bath jellies! They're like JELLY, but they're soap! I giggled SO HARD when I first tried to use it.

I'm still seeking bath crayons in Australia.
cherokeeanythingtaboo on March 23rd, 2006 05:30 am (UTC)

Sex bomb turns it pink. Blackberry or blueberry or SOMETHING turns it deep purple. I bought my mom a set of 4 and she shared them with me. :)
Aileanaaileana on March 23rd, 2006 12:18 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure you if you have the same kind of ballistics in Australia, but there's Rainbow Worrier, Think Pink and Big Blue.

I might be able to send some over to you in the mail for trade or something if you can't find any within the Australian Lush.
In my dreams you walk dripping from a sea-journeyyourghosts on April 3rd, 2006 02:28 am (UTC)
big blue is the best, because it has seaweed in it and makes the water so blue, you feel like a mermaid
d-elicate: Lost In Translation - Horizon bathhandsdown on March 24th, 2006 07:55 am (UTC)
Yeah the girl above me said it, but I think Millie would LOVE Think Pink! And Playdoze I think it's called :)