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Q:I have very sensitive skin and am looking for a product that can calm/soothe my skin flares/reactions. Does this one affect sensitive skin in any negative ways?Asked on 6/11/2015 by CoolKiddo from Plainfield, IL
A:I wouldn't see how this could irritate your skin, because it does have some really amazing essential oils for your skin! Although, if you are a little worried I suggest trying Butterball. It has a super light scent and great for moisturizing your skin because it has cocoa butter chunks that melt into the water.Answered on 6/12/2015 by Pauline
A:The space girl bath bomb definitely shouldn't irritate your sensitive skin,
especially with the essential oils in it, but it won't necessarily improve
it either. I would recommend trying the Avobath bath bomb. It turns your
bath water into a dream-pool of luxurious oils. I have really sensitive
skin on my legs and the Avobath leaves me feeling super smooth and helps
take away some of the redness/bumps from sensitive spots.
*Emily Hinds, BA*Answered on 6/12/2015 by Emily from Greenville, SC
A:I would consider that I have dry easily irritated skin and none of the lush bath bombs have irritated my skin. Especially soothing is avobomb.. Maybe it's evobath but it's green and it's kind of the oilers the bomb. The melts are oily but kinda too oily for regular days. The green avobath is very soothing to the skin, but I think I've tried them all and no skin irritation. I wouldn't actually re coned them to sooth irritated skin though, baking soda in a tub might help that.
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ErinAnswered on 6/11/2015 by Anonymous
Q:I have a child who has a nut allergy. Does this contain any nut ingredient? Also is there a list of nut free products?Asked on 3/8/2015 by Rita from new jersey
A:The Space Girl bath bomb does contain almond essential oil, so it is not a nut free product. We do not have a list of nut free products, but we do list all of the ingredients for all of the products on each webpage. However, if someone has a nut allergy, we do not recommend using any of our products, depending on the severity of the allergy, because there is always the risk of cross contamination while it is being made.
Currently, the bath bombs that we have that do not contain nut ingredients are; Fizzbanger, Sex Bomb, Twilight, Big Blue, Butterball, Tisty Tosty, Phoenix Rising, Honey Bee, Ickle Baby Bot, Avobath, Rose Queen and Sakura.Answered on 3/21/2015 by Emily from LUSH Direct
Q:What bubble bar will pair well with this bath bomb?Asked on 5/20/2014 by Shaz
A:Space Girl has a nice, light, sweet scent, and can really be paired with anything! Floating Island is a popular choice, as well as the Comforter.Answered on 9/23/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:I love Space Girl and I would totally suggest the bubble bar called Karma.
I bought Karma two weeks ago and have used it twice and I love the
patchouli in it. It reminds me of incense, a nice patchouli and somewhat
citrusy smell. I hope I helped!Answered on 5/21/2014 by Anonymous
A:Blue skies comes to mind (patchouli.) and the swirled pink and white one... Currant scent. But the ingredients are listed next to each one and really helpful so you can pair scents your nose apreciates
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 5/21/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Are these single use?Asked on 5/1/2014 by Angela
A:I often try to get more than one bath out of them. You can cut some off and save the rest in a zip lock. I've even help it under the tap and when it looks like enough I just save the rest, wet or not. With the fizzy ones I prefer to cut them then to get them wet, but it does work either way. With the blue skies bubble bar I probably get 6-8 baths out of them. With this one 2-3. One if I feel indulgent:)
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 5/4/2014 by Anonymous
A:Yes! If you want, you can break it into two pieces, but for the best effect, they are designed for a single use!Answered on 5/3/2014 by Kayla from LUSH DIRECT
A:Hi! I definitely used mine as single use, and my friend just bought one
last weekend at our LUSH store and she did the same as well. I wouldn't
recommend cutting it up because you'd lose the whole effect of it and the
bath bombs, especially this fantastic one, is really something fun to see.
The glitter didn't stain my tub, but stayed on my skin and was just the
hint of shimmer I wanted. I hope you enjoy it!Answered on 5/3/2014 by Anonymous
A:For the most part, they are single use!
If you break/slice it in half you could get two lesser vibrant uses out of it no problem.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 5/1/2014 by Anonymous
A:Yes, one time use.Answered on 5/1/2014 by Anonymous