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Q:How can I cut this up to use it more than once? I tried to cut a bathbomb before, but I was unsuccessful.Asked on 5/28/2015 by One Use Wonder
A:Bath bombs are intended to be one-time use products, so we don't suggest cutting them in half.Answered on 6/1/2015 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:It"s really for one really luxurious use, if you try to cut the bath bomb
it may crumble and its not as pretty to watch unfold in your bath tub.Answered on 5/28/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Is this bath bomb okay to use if you have a septic system?Asked on 5/28/2015 by Emily
A:Yes, all of our soaps, shampoos, and bath products are 100% biodegradable in normal water processing systems for waste water like showers and toilets. They are safe for use if you have a septic system.Answered on 6/1/2015 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:When this product is shipped, how is it packed? Do they ever fall apart during shipping? I want mine to come in one piece! :)Asked on 4/23/2015 by Riley
A:We package our bath bombs in a plastic envelope, then pack them in with our biodegradable packing peanuts to keep them from bouncing around too much in transit. We take precautions to prevent the bath bombs, or any of our products to arrive damaged, because Twilight wouldn't be as delightful if it wasn't whole!Answered on 4/25/2015 by Emily from LUSH Direct
Q:Can you only use each bath bomb once?Asked on 1/23/2015 by Gigi from Pasadena, TX
A:Hi there!! Thanks for your question!
You can usually take any bath bomb and break it into smaller pieces, which would give you more than one use, and control of how much product you want to add to your bath; however, this bath bomb--as a whole--is usable only once as it dissolves in water!! Hope this helps :)Answered on 1/26/2015 by Anonymous
A:I've tried cutting some in half.. It doesn't work out well. Especially if there is different colors and scents hidden in the bath bomb I wouldn't recommend it. Especially on twilight. They make them with a harder shell so it will take its time fizzing and popping around your bath and if you cut them, you have the inner exposed and the bath bombs is completely different. But if you don't care about the show and want just half of it by all means. Here are few I would start with to cut in half avobath, sukura or big blue one that's consistent and has no changes the whole time. Also you can look up some videos on how to cut them be careful! And good luck!
•Ariel Ketchner HarknessAnswered on 1/24/2015 by Ariel from Arizona
A:You can take one bath bomb and break it into smaller pieces which would
give you more than one use and control of how much product you want to add
to your bath; however, the bath bomb--as a whole--is usable only once as it
dissolves in water.Answered on 1/23/2015 by Jolene from Minnesota
A:You can, but with this specific bath bomb especially, it's not always easy.
There are a ton of bath bomb splitting tutorials on YouTube that could help
you get a few uses out of them, but with the Twilight one, there's a blue
center, and splitting it could make the bath bomb completely crumble and
fall apart! However, this one is worth its one use, in my opinion, but I
save them for special occasions and extra-stressful days!Answered on 1/23/2015 by Anonymous
A:If you want to use a bath bomb more than once, try breaking it in half. Once you put them in the bath, they start to fizz and melt so that they can make your bath amazing!Answered on 1/23/2015 by Anonymous
Q:HELP! How do I get the glitter from this bath bomb off me? I got this bath bomb as a gift and used half of it just now; it smells amazing, but now I am totally covered in glitter! I'm very concerned; how do I remove it?Asked on 1/20/2015 by Concerned First TIme Bath Bomb User
A:Lush glitters are made with biodegradable seaweed so they should dissolve naturally into your skin within a few hours. Other than that I don't know how to get the glitter off faster
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 1/21/2015 by Anonymous
A:Well as glitter is the herpes of craft supplies, that stuff Is going to
stick with you. I took a bath with it and it somehow ended up in my
husbands beard the next few days. Just keep rinsing off and using non
glittery soap. I recommend embracing the glitter and letting your
personality shimmer. Best of luck.Answered on 1/20/2015 by Anonymous
A:Hi there! Thanks for your question.
Sorry to hear that! If you are not too happy about the glitter I would suggest having a shower to wash it off.
Hope this helps :)Answered on 1/21/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Which bubble bar scent will pair up nicely with the Twilight bomb?Asked on 12/9/2014 by Michelle from Tacoma
A:Hi there! Thanks for your question!
I recommend A French Kiss will pair up beautifully with Twilight.Answered on 12/31/2014 by Anonymous
A:French Kiss bubble bar, with its lavender swirls and rich soothing bubbles,
pairs perfectly with Twilight. Also you may purchase Relax gift set and it
comes with both and a limited edition Twilight body wash!!! You can get all
three!!!Answered on 12/10/2014 by Anonymous
A:Ohhh, definitely the Comforter bubble bar, no two ways about it. The black
currant scent compliments the Twilight fragrance, and the luxurious suds
make the bath feel really super cozy, like there really is a big comforter
over you. I know that all sounds corny, but it really is an accurate
description, I swear! Don't use the whole bar in one bath unless you bathe
in a gigantic swimming pool. I cut it into thirds, that's 3 really super
nice baths! Twilight bomb + Comforter Bubble Bar is the best relaxation
recipe in all of the combinations that I've tried, for sure. I'm getting
sleepy just thinking abou....zzzzzzzz :-)Answered on 12/10/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I get UTIs and therefore cannot take bubble baths but do occasionally use epsom salts in my baths. Will these bath bombs be safe to use or should I worry about them having the same effect that bubble baths have on me?Asked on 8/9/2014 by Lia from Ohio
A:In general, bath bombs shouldn't cause any problems in regards to UTIs, as it is generally the bubbling action that tends to be irritating for those who suffer from them. Bath bombs are more gentle, and are even suitable for children, so you shouldn't have any issues with them!Answered on 9/25/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:Because everyone's chemistry is different, I would consult your doctor with
the list of ingredients or call her/his nurse over the phone. I am
susceptible to UTIs and I haven't had any problems with any of the bath
products, but that does not mean you will be affected in the same way.I
have a friend that has sensitive skin needs because of eczema, yet she is
able to tolerate perfumes, but not any scented lotions.Answered on 8/9/2014 by Jolene from Minnesota
Q:How long can you wait to use this (or any) bath bomb after buying?Asked on 4/16/2013 by SanicRealm
A:Depends, sometimes it is "can't get the water in the tub fast enough".... and other times it is "when I have extra time to lean back, relax, and fully enjoy them". Love Twilight bath bombs! The smell is sooo relaxing.Answered on 2/14/2014 by mikesmartha from Salem, AR
A:All of our bath bombs have a 14 month shelf life!Answered on 9/18/2013 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct