In celebration of its 30-year anniversary, Lush released a 54-piece bath bomb collection, and in addition to this massive drop, the company introduced a Lush Harajuku bath bomb line, that's available exclusively in Japan.
This slightly smaller line arrives alongside the massive anniversary line, featuring 15 adorable products for consumers to add to their skincare routines -- each piece references and celebrates Japanese culture. The line includes unique designs, like a green Godzilla and a ninja-inspired bath bomb, along with a 'Temple in the Sky' design, which boasts the iconic structure. To promote this Japan-exclusive offering, Lush released a quick social media video, which spotlights the bath bombs in action, showcasing the vivid colors, that won't stain one's skin.
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The Lush Harajuku Bath Bomb Line is Available in Japan
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