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IN People ON 26 Jan, 2016
The best thing you can do to unwind your stress is taking a hot water bath, especially with some petal-laden floral aroma bath product. But, what if your trusted multicolored scented bars and shower gels turn you pink after using them? I might be sounding rubbish, but you never know, how badly your body can be affected with these beauty products.
LUSH Cosmetics is a company that specializes in making handmade body and bath products. But, recently, the company has been fired due to the production of products that was staining customers' skin.
Let's see what conditions people went through after using the LUSH bath.
The Metro published an article in which they told about a woman named Abi Shenton converted into pink color after using LUSH's Bath Melts as a body soap.
This normal looking bath oil made another girl its victim.
..that lasted for so many days that she was forced to apply concealer all over her body before going out.
..lowering her pink and purple skin appearance.
And another lady after using a bath bomb turned herself into these color streaks.
"Our products are trying to achieve a lovely colour in the bathwater without colouring the person soaking in that bathwater. We are as red in the face as Abi at the idea that one of our bath melts has been mistaken for a soap. We love having colourful products, colourful staff and colourful baths – but we do try to draw the line at colourful customers."
The ladies mentioned above considered the beautiful Razzle Dazzle solid bath oil as a soap bar and forgot to broke them up in pieces and melt them in hot water. Share the article with your friends so that they understand the importance of reading instructions before using a product.
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