While you may expect some stray hair and maybe even some soap scum collecting at the bottom of your tub, here's something you definitely wouldn't expect: bean sprouts. And the reason these are popping up is pretty funny.
It's happening to people who use Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bars from Lush, a cosmetics company, as soap.
one of the coffee beans from my Lush massage bar fell into the sink and a PLANT GREW FROM IT pic.twitter.com/gOapSAqz6Z— rachel (@rachel__deng) July 13, 2015
one of the coffee beans from my Lush massage bar fell into the sink and a PLANT GREW FROM IT pic.twitter.com/gOapSAqz6Z
But since the bars have aduki beans, they're not supposed to go in the shower. Metro.co.uk reported that a spokesperson from Lush said, "The moisturizing butters the bars contain melt at body temperature so you use by rubbing in your hands a little to soften before giving someone a massage or smoothing over your body like you would a body lotion."
We know what you're thinking; why are there beans in the massage bar? Helen Ambrosen, co-founder of Lush, told Metro.co.uk: "We use organic aduki beans to create a texture in the massage bar, so that you've got small bead like shapes to massage the muscles."
Sounds soothing! But just remember not to add water, or you'll have to add watering your drain plants to your list of things to do.
PSA: When using a lush bar with beans in it, and you don't use that shower for a week this is what happens pic.twitter.com/gS3iQZCcnO— han ☾ (@hannahhallpetry) July 14, 2015
PSA: When using a lush bar with beans in it, and you don't use that shower for a week this is what happens pic.twitter.com/gS3iQZCcnO
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