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
Yep, they're definitely all-natural!
Some customers using the Lush Wiccy Magic Muscles Massage Bar ($12, lushusa.com) are discovering an odd phenomenon when the brown beads, which are used to loosen knots and tension in muscles, fall off in the shower and go down the drain.
"One of the coffee beans from my Lush massage bar fell into the sink and a PLANT GREW FROM IT," Twitter user Rachel Deng posted with photographic evidence.
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
The seeds in the bar are actually aduki beans, and according to BuzzFeed, they can grow up to 18 to 25 cm tall. Lush customers have reported green sprouts coming up out of their shower drains and along the grout on tiled bathroom floors. The massage bar also contains a warming blend of cinnamon and peppermint essential oils.
"PSA," another consumer named Hannah wrote via Twitter. "When using a lush bar with beans in it, and you don't use that shower for a week this is what happens."
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Lush cofounder and product inventor Helen Ambrosen thinks the results prove how organic her massage bar truly is. "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," she told BuzzFeed. "In order for the beans to germinate they must have been left in the shower for a few days. [It goes] to show how fresh the ingredients really are."
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