Lush Cosmetics is preparing to release its 2019 Halloween collection, which is full of fun products like the colorful Mercury Retrograde Bath Bomb. The aromatherapeutic bath bomb references a planetary event that is believed to bring with it times of troubles with travel, technology and communication.
The creative fall bath bomb is packed with soothing ingredients that are sure to help with any frustrations that arise during this trying time, including stress-relieving lemon, stimulating cinnamon and ginger and inflammation-fighting gardenia.
Lush is preparing to release its Halloween collection on September 13th, just ahead of when the next Mercury Retrograde will begin on October 31st and last until November 20th, allowing for plenty of time for soaking with a bath bomb in between.
Lush's Mercury Retrograde Bath Bomb Nods to a Planetary Event
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