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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?”

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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.

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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.)