Lush's Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar
Users of the Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar have been reporting that leaving a used bar in a shower's hot, wet post-use environment has resulted in their drains being left somewhat more active than usual – as they have begun sprouting plants.
We know Lush pride themselves on their natural products, but they might want to start shouting about their cult goods being self-sustainable too.
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Along with Fairtrade organic cocoa butter, cinnamon and peppermint oils, used to stimulate the circulation, the aduki beans embedded into the bar (to aid the massage process on especially stubborn knots) appear to be taking natural to its nth degree.
The website does warn that due to its natural ingredients, the bar may melt in warmer temperatures but has yet to add any warning of the green goods which could await you following a few days' break from your shower.
Lush co-founder Helen Ambrosen told us: "We use organic aduki beans to create a texture in the massage bar, so that you've got small bead-like shapes to massage the muscles. In order for the beans to germinate they must have been left in the shower for a few days. The results you get just go to show how fresh the ingredients really are.”
It would also appear some users of the bar have embraced their shower's green-fingered ways and are now farming the aduki beans themselves.
Should you wish to grow your own, Lush's Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar is just £6.50. Plus, if the above evidence is anything to go by, it will eventually come with its own salad.
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