Is Lush's Fidget Spinner Bubble Bar Available In The US? Here's The Deal With The Trendy Bath Product
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If you thought the fidget spinner trend was going anywhere anytime soon, think again. What started as a quirky handheld item has now made its way to the bath tub. According to their Instagram, Lush created a Fidget Spinner Bubble Bar. You can now spin your troubles away before getting in a nice, relax bubble bath. Dreams really do come true, my friends. Although you can't buy them in the US just yet, there's a good chance that they'll be here very soon. Here's what you need to know before they jump the pond.

Fidget Spinners are no stranger to the beauty world. You might have already see the Lip Gloss Spinner at Sephora, but this time it's at its peak relaxation. Lush's Bubble Spinner does exactly what you think it does. The Bubble Bar spins when put under running water, making it fun and functional all at the same time. The bar has a combination of lemon, lime, and grapefruit oil, so you can cleanse, refresh, and protect your skin as well. Sounds to good to be true, right?

Well, it kind of is — at least if you live in the US. The Bubble Spinner was recently launched in the UK, sold out immediately, and will be back for restock on Aug. 5. Unfortunately, there has been no word on when you can snag the product in the fidget spinner's homeland.

Just like the rest of Lush's products, the Bubble Spinner is made out of all-natural and safe ingredients. Each one contains 17 ingredients including real lime, lemon, and grapefruit oil. Ready for the best part? The quirky bath item is only $7.

In case your not familiar, Lush's Bubble Bars are reusable. They're meant to be held under running water for a few seconds and then put aside to use for another day. They'll dry out perfectly fine, and, depending how bubbly you like your bath, typically last between three to five uses. Of course, this is the first one that spins.

Fingers crossed that these make the jump to be sold in US stores, because this is just too good to miss. The US is also waiting on their bath bomb that turns water into jelly. Bottom line: start saving now. A lot of great bath products are coming your way.