Lush has created a bath bomb based on a now famous scene from Emerald Fennel’s film, Saltburn.
The cruelty-free cosmetics company, known for its range of aromatic bath and shower products, says the product will create a “silky-smooth bath water” that customers will “want to treasure every last drop.”
Saltburn, starring Barry Keoghan and Jacob Elordi, has become one of the most talked about films this year, with one explicit bathtub scene in particular leaving some viewers “traumatised”.
In the scandalous sequence, Oliver Quick, played by Barry Keoghan, who is in love with fellow student Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), secretly drinks his bathwater as he drains out of the bathtub.
Inspired by the clip that left many viewers horrified, Lush’s limited edition ‘Saltbomb’ features a soothing blend of coconut milk powder and mineral-rich coarse sea salt, while sharing a fragrance with the brand’s moisturizing bubble bar , Milky Bath.
Lush has launched a £5 bath bomb, inspired by the film Saltburn, which promises to create “silky-smooth bath water that you’ll want to treasure every last drop of.”
According to Lush’s website, customers should “put this little bit of paradise in their bath to create those silky, milky waters.”
The fresh, handmade cosmetics company’s limited-edition bath bomb promises to create salty, milky bath water worthy of a Hollywood star.
“Enjoy, Saltbomb’s milky, salty bath water is fit for a majestic splurge,” the website description reads.
Oliver Quick, played by Barry Keoghan (pictured), is in love with his partner Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi) and secretly drinks his bath water.
It continues: “Feel like Hollywood royalty with this limited-edition bath bomb that never kills a beat, leaving the bather with silky-smooth bathwater they’ll want to treasure every last drop.”
After inventing the bath bomb in 1989, Lush has concocted a silky blend of moisture-packed sea salt, mineral sand and coconut powder, which produces a creamy, soothing milk when added to water.
“It seemed like suddenly everyone was talking about how much they love milk bath water and, at Lush, we totally agree!” Lush investors said.
‘Bathtime self-care is different for everyone, whether you love a quiet soak, a rave and a soak, or just a moment of pure self-love.
‘That’s why we have over 60 different bath bombs and bubble bars, from the calm waters of Twilight to the sensual Sex Bomb.
“Whatever your bath time, we’ve got you; just remember to lock the door if you share the bathroom…”
Lush has gone to great lengths to promote this product, even making its models pose in a way reminiscent of Oliver.
Lush’s limited edition Saltbomb (£5) is packed with moisture and mineral sand in coconut powder.
In the BAFTA-nominated thriller, Felix, a wealthy student, invites his classmate Oliver to spend the summer at his estate.
But a series of horrible events soon engulf Felix’s eccentric family.
After a bathing scene, in which Oliver Quick, in love with his partner Felix Catton, played by Elordi, secretly drinks his bath water, several retailers have started selling candles with the fragrance of “Jacob’s bath water “Elordi”.
However, Lush has gone a step further by introducing its Saltbomb, taking inspiration from the BAFTA-nominated thriller.
The famous company has gone to great lengths to promote this product, even making its models pose in a way reminiscent of Oliver.
Lush’s limited edition Saltbomb (£5) is available online and via the Lush app, while stocks last.