LUSH's New Cheer Up Buttercup Bath Bomb Is Made For People Dealing With Stress & Anxiety

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If there's something the world needs right now, it's a little bit of cheering up. And although it's not guaranteed to make you feel better, little rituals like taking a bath with LUSH's new Cheer Up Buttercup bath bomb can make a bad day slightly brighter. And right now, that's something most people could use.

One of several summer releases from the UK-based cult favorite LUSH Cosmetics, the Cheer Up Buttercup bath bomb is formulated just like the rest of LUSH's crazy-popular bath bombs. You fill a tub with warm water, then you drop the bath bomb in. The sodium bicarbonate causes it to fizz up, and your bath is bright yellow and smells like lemon and lime before you know it.

LUSH created the Cheer Up Buttercup bath bomb "as a way to treat our Lushies to something special when it doesn't feel like the sun is shining as bright," according to a release from the company. That sounds like just what the world needs right now. The bath bomb formula includes lemon myrtle oil, lime oil and neroli oil, which gives it an energizing, citrus-y scent. LUSH recommends you use it at the beginning of the day, because the fresh scent will help pep you up and get you ready for the day to begin.

The bath bomb will go for $5.95 and launches Tuesday, but it's already been on sale in the UK for a few months, and it's already getting good reviews from Lushies.

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You'll officially be able to get the Cheer Up Buttercup Bath Bomb on the LUSH website Tuesday, so get ready to add it to your cart.