Ne Worry Pas is an exclusive bath bomb to the Harajuku store but will soon be released online and in some stores to celebrate the 30th birthday of the first bath bomb, invented by Mo Constantine. It was also a lush kitchen exclusive back in 2015. It has a really subtle and creamy violet scent which works really well to help relax in the bath. I only used this specific bomb pictured in January 2019 and considering it was made 3 and a half years ago, it really did perform quite well! Just check out the demo down below to see what I mean.
My skin was left so soft after using this product and if it were ever to make an appearance again, I would definitely jump at the chance to buy more.

Description taken from Lush ‘When your worries have got the best of you, hop into the comforting embrace of Ne Worry Pas. This sweet and comforting jasmine, bergamot and cedarwood bomb isn’t scientifically proven to be the closest thing to a human hug you can get, but it’s pretty close. Drop it into the water, sink in, and let its skin-softening, floral blend envelop you in total relaxation. ‘

Demo!

Ingredients:
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Soya Milk (Glycine soja), Perfume, Titanium Dioxide, Bergamot Oil (Citrus aurantium bergamia), Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum grandiflorum), Cedarwood Oil (Juniperus virginiana), *Limonene, *Linalool, Methyl Ionone, Violet Lustre Sparkle.

Original price: £3.95 (2015/16/17) £5.95 (2019)
Vegan: yes
Size:
Availability: Lush Kitchen 2015, 2016 & 2017, Harajuku Exclusive 2019
Scent family:
My rating: 4/5

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