Sammy Nickalls
January 22, 2016 10:58 am

We’re sure you’ve heard of Lush — they’re the beauty company that uses fresh/organic/ethical ingredients and their stores are wonderlands filled with soap and bath bomb mountains.

Abi Shenton from the U.K. recently tweeted a selfie to Lush, with a rather off-putting caption: “Hi! @lushcosmetics,” she tweeted, “just a quick question, are your products supposed to stain the human skin fluorescent pink?”

So why did this happen? Should we be concerned that we’re all going to turn into human crayons when we try to take a bath? No, no, it turns out that Abi didn’t follow the product directions. “The product used was called ‘Razzle Dazzle’ and it is not a bath bomb,” she told Pretty 52. That’s right — it’s a bath oil, which you’re supposed to put directly into the bath where it can dilute into your water.

However, Abi used it in a different way:

The good news is that Lush responded quickly to her distress and offered to help her out:

Oops. This bubble-gum pink mistakes serves as the perfect reminder for all of us: Always read the directions, especially when it concerns a beauty products and your body.

(Image via Twitter, Lush U.K.)

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