I tried the new Lush collection in my bath – trolls say it'll give me thrush but I love the secret surprise at the end | The Sun

A LUSH fanatic was warned they might get thrush after using an extra-glittery bath bomb from its new Super Mario Bros collection. 

Content creator Lushie Sam shared what happened to the new limited edition £14 bath bomb when dropped in hot water.

And while some people were stunned by the price tag, others were concerned it would give her thrush. 

Many dubbed the experience “Lush thrush” and recalled the times they suffered yeast infections after using its colourful bath bombs. 

The limited edition product turned the water into a glitter-filled, yellow and foamy sea. 

Once the bath bomb had fizzed away, Lushie Sam retrieved a gold coin from the bath water.

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It is called the Question Block bath bomb that’s meant to “power up your bathing”.

A blurb on the Lush website reads: “Inside each mysterious Question Block is one of six soapy power ups.

“Each with its own unique blend of fragrance and colour to give you a 1-up on bathing and really take it to the next level. 

“Drop your Question Block into a warm bath and unleash your very own super power. 

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The soap options include mushrooms, roses, gold coins, blue flowers and a star. 

Shoppers can choose their soap or opt for it to be a surprise. 

However, some viewers of Lushie Sam’s video joked that the real surprise of the product was “Lush thrush”.

One penned: “I don’t want glitter in my vajoozle biscuit.”

Another recalled: “Only ever used a Lush bath bomb once and my flaps made me know about it again for a week after. 

“Never again.”

A third said: “My pH balance could never.”

Bath bomb and personal hygiene brand Lush has released the limited edition products in partnership with Nintendo and Illumination’s The Super Mario Bros. Movie coming out next month.

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Also in the collection is gold coin soap, Mario-themed shower gel and a Princess Peach shower jelly.

The prices range from £5 all the way to £30.

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