Razzle Dazzle is a luxurious bath oil from Lush Cosmetics, a handmade cosmetics company, which not only smell amazing but make your skin feel softer (provided you use it the way they are supposed to be used) which was not the case with Abi Shenton.
— Lush Swansea (@lushswansea) November 11, 2015
Abi misused the product, Razzle Dazzle and turned herself into a bright pink color. I am sure that was not what she was expecting of the product. She tweeted about this to LUSH from a private account, with her tweet saying; “Hi! @lushcosmetics, just a quick question, are your products supposed to stain the human skin fluorescent pink?” according to Cosmopolitan.
Lush Cosmetics replied to her tweet :
— LUSH Cosmetics (@lushcosmetics) January 17, 2016
“The product used was called ‘Razzle Dazzle’ and it is not a bath bomb! The correct procedure is that you are supposed to dilute it into water but I thought it was a soap and rubbed it all over my body and face (explains why my hair is dry) 3 days + several baths later I am no longer pink!” said Abi Shenton who later told Pretty52, and clarified what happened.
She also added, “I misused this product! I love LUSH and will still continue to shop there. It’s just a shame that I wasn’t told how to correctly use the product when purchasing! A very helpful friend of mine works at Lush and helped me remove all the pink stain with lemon juice, olive oil + a gritty face wash!”
And a Lush spokesman told MailOnline today: ‘We are as red in the face as Abi at the idea that one of our bath melts has been mistaken for a soap.’
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