Lush Products Make Plants Grow in Bathrooms

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Bath bombs from Lush (blue paper), Bath Junkie (print paper). (Ross Hailey/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT)

Many people use the popular all natural cosmetics brand Lush, but little do most people know, some of their products may cause unwanted plants to grow in their bathtubs. The popular brand sells soaps, bath bombs, bubble bars, and many other all-natural beauty products. The products contain things like seeds and natural herbs to add a scent and provide health benefits. Some of the products with a certain seed in them has sparked a plant growth in some bathrooms. A photo was posted on social media of the little plants growing in someone’s shower. The cause of the plant growth is called Wiccy Magic Muscles, a massaging soap bar that contains something called an aduki bean. This bean can grow up to two feet tall, even without soil. The bean creates texture in the massage bar, but when they fall out, they can actually grow in the crevices of showers and tubs.  Lush says that this is living proof that the products that they make are all natural and the ingredients are real.

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My name is Kayla Carpenter. I am currently a sophomore at Bath. I enjoy hunting, fishing, and shopping.
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