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Friday Find: LUSH Cosmetics ‘The Ex Factor’ Bath Bomb

Friday Find: LUSH Cosmetics ‘The Ex Factor’ Bath Bomb

February 14th is a big deal. But for those of us who are unattached (or unhappily attached) at such a "love-ly" time of year, the week before Valentine's Day is just as important. That's because February 5-11 is "Dump Your Significant Jerk Week!"

The timing couldn't be more perfect. Do you really want to spend (another!) V-day with an undeserving jerk? I didn't think so. Save your precious time and hard-earned money- ditch that ex and move on to the next!

Once you've "taken out the trash," ladies, the best way to get over an old lover is to get under a new one get into loving and celebrating yourself! What better way to do that than to boost your pampering rituals with a luxe bath bomb that relieves stress and moisturizes to boot? 

Enter LUSH Cosmetics "The Ex Factor." Designed as an "antidote to the Valentine's Day sentiments," this bath bomb is a fun way to unwind. Baking soda conditions the skin while warming ylang ylang essential oil relaxes from head to toe. The scent, one of my favs from the LUSH bath bomb collection, is deep and sexy. Soaking in these suds will melt the troubles away and make you forget all about what's-his-face. For now, it's all about you.

Today's Friday Find is dedicated to my "single ladies!" Don't be afraid to cut any dead weight and "do you" this Valentine's Day. You won't regret it!

Here's more about "The Ex Factor" Bath Bomb from LUSH

It's not me, it's you
Valentine's Day isn't for everyone. It can make your blood boil when you're not with anyone and it can do the same when you are. Our blue Bath Bomb was invented for wronged lovers and those who dislike the romantic sentiments of Valentine's Day.

Love doesn't even factor into it
While it has the cute blue colour of a Smurf, there's nothing quite so sweet about Ex Factor. Its musky, creamy scent and dissolvable limbs make for a wickedly fun bath, where you can fizz away appendages and head until your thirst for revenge has been satisfied.

How to use:
Fill tub with warm water, drop in the bath bomb and enjoy its lovely color and fragrance. Some LUSH bath bombs contain flower petals and or other surprises. If you prefer not to have them floating in your tub, wrap the bath bomb in a nylon before use. To make your experience even more memorable, combine a bath bomb with a bath melt


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