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Lush's Jelly Bombs will turn your bath water into slime

by Embry Roberts / / Source: TODAY

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Do you ever sink into a hot bath and think to yourself, "Man, I just really wish this was more like a giant vat of Smuckers infused with seaweed?"

Honestly, neither do we. But we like to keep an open mind to new experiences, so Lush's new line of bath bombs have caught our attention.

They're called Jelly Bombs and they're only available in Europe right now, but a representative tells us that they'll land stateside this fall. And here's a preview of what we can look forward to when they do:

So, does the slimy texture seem more "ooh, aah," or "ew, ahh?" You decide. (Though if you're into the beauty brand's Shower Jellies, you might just like it.)

"Jelly Bombs create a super luxurious bath that is sure to soften your skin," Katrina Paulos of Lush shared with TODAY Style. "Each bomb is packed with mineral-rich seaweed, which will be perfect for soothing the skin as the cold weather starts to come."

That sounds ... lush. There is, of course, one minor concern: The slime factor means you'll definitely need a bath after your bath. Efficiency is overrated.

Lush Jelly Bombs
From left to right: "The Green Coconut," "The Big Sleep," "Marmalade" and "Dark Arts," which is inspired by the "Harry Potter" series.

So far, four flavors are set to be released in the U.S.:

  • "The Big Sleep," a relaxing lavender-tonka blend
  • "Marmalade," an invigorating blend of orange and grapefruit
  • "The Green Coconut," a tropical scent with a hint of cinnamon
  • "Dark Arts," a spicy cinnamon-almond potion inspired by the "Harry Potter" series.

That's right. This isn't just a slime bath. It's a Harry Potter-themed slime bath. What a time to be alive!

We haven't been this worked up over a jelly product since jelly doughnut-flavored Oreos. (But for the record, we're still not on board with jelly sandals.)

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