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The Hexagon

Bath Bomb

Intriguing, invigorating and herbaceous

The Hexagon. A classic LUSH bath bomb with mixes of deep sea blue and turquoise blue. There is an embossed criss-cross shape on top.
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Sharing a fragrance with our Junk Perfume, this intriguing and mysterious bath bomb marries mandarin, rosemary and sage to make magic happen in the tub. Rosemary's herbaceous scent is thought to increase focus, while Sicilian lemon and green mandarin oils refresh both your senses and your skin. A sweet blackcurrant scent pierces through the grounding herbals, evoking walks down damp country lanes, past sweet hedgerows.

Made in Canada


- Sicilian lemon oil is zesty and brightening

- Green mandarin oil has a sharp, tangy fragrance

- Part of our World Bath Bomb Day collection

- Proudly packaging-free

How to use: Run your bath and drop in before floating away on Hexagon's unexpected fragrance.

How to store: Keep this mysterious bath bomb in a cool and dry place.

Smells Like: Citrus sunshine with cozy herbs to make you feel right at home



Your order will be expertly protected against impact during transit by packing peanuts made from corn starch rather than polystyrene! They're easily dissolvable in water or soil.

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All of our products are made by hand, fresh, every day, across six manufacturing sites all over the world. We believe in happy people making happy soap, putting our faces on our products and making our moms proud.

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It's better naked. Approximately half of the products we sell each year are packaging-free.

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