British cosmetics retailer Lush has released a new limited edition bathbomb titled ‘Saltbomb’, inspired by the much-talked-about film Saltburn. The film, which stars Jacob Elordi as troubled Oxford student Oliver Quick, has garnered attention due to a particularly memorable scene. In the scene, Oliver secretly drinks bathwater that his friend Felix Catton, played by Jacob Elordi, ejaculated in.
The social media reaction to the scene was significant, with viewers expressing a range of emotions. Some felt uncomfortable, calling it traumatising, while others found it romantic and even hot. The scene has sparked various related products, such as candles claiming to be scented like Jacob Elordi’s bathwater.
Lush has taken inspiration from the film and created the Saltbomb bathbomb, which retails at £5. The bathbomb promises to create ‘salty, milky bath water’ without the inclusion of any bodily fluids. It combines coconut milk powder and mineral-rich coarse sea salt, offering a soothing and relaxing bathing experience. The fragrance is reminiscent of Lush’s all-year-round moisturizing bubble bar, Milky Bath.
To promote the Saltbomb, Lush even photographed models posing in a similar fashion to Oliver from the film. The inventors of the Saltbomb stated that they noticed the increased interest in milky bath water and wanted to cater to different bath time preferences. Lush offers over 60 different bath bombs and bubble bars, catering to a wide range of self-care needs, from calming options like Twilight to sensual choices like Sex Bomb.
Lush’s Saltbomb is now available online and via their app, but stocks are limited. Fans of Saltburn and supporters of self-care can now enjoy a bath experience fit for a Hollywood A-lister, without the need to consume any bathwater.
If a fizzing bathbomb is not your preferred choice, an alternative option is Herbivore’s Coconut Milk Bath Soak. This soak hydrates and nourishes the skin, providing a sense of calm and luxury with its coconut and vanilla scent. It is also suitable for inflamed or irritated skin.
As Saltburn continues to make waves in the entertainment industry, it’s clear that bath time routines have reached new heights.
Source: OK! Magazine
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