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Lush Releases Ariana Grande-Inspired Bath Bomb at Twitter’s Request

The idea for the "Goddess" bath bomb came directly from Grande mega-fans, who tweeted their request in July.

Arianators can now bathe like their favorite pop star thanks to a new product launch from Lush.

In July, Ariana Grande released the visuals to her song “God Is A Woman,” from her latest studio album “Sweetener.” The video shows Grande, wearing a nude bodysuit painted by Alexa Meade, bathing in a pool of various pink and purple hues. Following the video’s release, Grande megafans, aka Arianators, called upon Lush via Twitter to create a bath bomb inspired by the scene, and on Nov. 22, they will finally get exactly that.

Created by Lush product inventor Jack Constantine, the “Goddess” bath bomb gets its name from Grande’s popular video. The product, which retails for $8.95, is vegan and cruelty-free and includes notes of oudh and sandalwood. Jasmine, osmanthus and rose oil are incorporated for relaxation, and fair trade organic cocoa butter, shea butter and liquid argan oil provide moisturizing properties.

Lush Releases Ariana Grande-Inspired Bath Bomb
Lush’s “Goddess” bath bomb, inspired by Ariana Grande’s “God Is A Woman” music video. Courtesy Image

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