Bath Jellies Are the Latest Things the Internet’s Obsessed With
By Carolyn Hsu |
We’ve got a little extra wiggle in our walk this morning, thanks to all the #showerjelly love we’ve been getting! We load our shower jellies with carrageenan extract to protect and nourish your skin, and it has the bonus effect of making them jiggly! With other refreshing ingredients like lemon, pine, cedar, and cinnamon, these wobbly cleansers will leave you ready to pump up the jam... or is it jelly? 😘
New day, new Internet beauty obsession—and the people have voted (with 22 million views) that Lush shower jellies are the new must-have item.
In a video shared this weekend and reported on by Refinery29, Shower Jellies are slimy, sudsy, colorful, jiggly soaps that you can use to clean both your hair and body. According to the video, they completely suds up and can be used either directly on skin or mixed with water to make a bubble bath.
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Lush Cosmetics, the makers of the Shower Jellies, say that the products are made from a seaweed gel base (the product is completely vegan) and infused with fruit extracts, juices, glycerin and essential oils. Different colors are meant to target different concerns—from an eucalyptus- and mint-infused jelly to soothe muscles to a citrus-based one that helps invigorate your senses.
Bonus tip: For the summer, Lush recommends refrigerating or even freezing these jellies for an extra cool experience.