Lush just released an eggplant bath bomb for Valentine’s Day and OMFG

4 January 2019, 12:11 | Updated: 4 January 2019, 17:03

Lush bath bombs/Lush Valentine's collection
Lush just dropped a Valentine's collection and it's absolutely filthy. Picture: Instagram/@miranda_ashley/Twitter/@LushLtd
Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

THERE IS AN EGG PLANT EMOJI BATH BOMB. WE REPEAT. AN EGGPLANT EMOJI BATH BOMB.

We're still not over the festivities of the Christmas period but now we have to start thinking about the next big holiday. Valentine's Day is next month and to celebrate Lush have dropped an absolutely filthy collection. Nope, it's not all hearts, flowers and really soppy Clintons cards this year. 2019 is all about BBE – Big Bath Energy.

Lush have decided to go hotter, steamier and more X-rated with a bath bomb collection inspired by some of the naughtiest emojis. The "Peach and Love" bath bomb is modelled on the peach emoji, or the booty, and features notes of juicy grapefruit, fresh peach juice and sweet davana to gently cleanse and refresh.

Meanwhile, the "Set Me Free Baby" is shaped just like the aubergine emoji – ahem… well, we all know what that means. The purple bath bomb features uplifting bergamot, fruity ho wood and saucy litsea cubeba, which just so happens to be an aphrodisiac btw. It even has a "fast fizzing tip" that shoots green and blue foam.

Don't worry, it's not all phallic bath bombs and smut. There's also the "Love Token" reusable bubble bar, the "Love Island" body scrub, and "The Big Banana" massage bar (kind of phallic, but oh well).

The bath bombs are available to buy now on the Lush UK website, leaving you plenty of time to plan how to treat your significant other (or even yourself) to a spa-like retreat. However, there's no word yet on if it will be available it'll be available in the US. Soz.

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And if you're a single, who cares, we're pretty sure they'll work for Palentine's or Galentine's too. Why have boyfriend's when you can have bath bombs, right?