Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Bergamot Oil (Citrus bergamia), Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides), Sandalwood Oil (Santalum album), Titanium Dioxide, Cocamide DEA, Propylene Glycol. May contain Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), FD&C Red No. 4, FD&C Blue No. 1
Review: . When it is fizzing It looks like an egg cracked in the middle and this pink candy looking stuff I spewing out of it in the middle. Oh yeah, and there’s a fortune in it. Very cool.Update: I thought the pink one in my review above looked like a pink egg, this yellow one really looks like like an egg. Wow. I still love the earthy, sandalwood scent it lasts on the skin, and the colors are great. Vegan $4.30 6.3oz
Lush Times 2006 description: The thing about the Rainbow Worrier is that you don’t know until you use it what colour it’s going to turn your bath. It could be blue or yellow or it could be pink. If the unpredictability of the Rainbow Worrier excites you then you probably need one to calm down your natural exuberance. If you are the control freak type who NEEDS TO KNOW in advance whether your bath is going to be blue or yellow or pink then you need one too. Its smoky fragrance of almost excessively calming Easter vetivert and sandalwood wipes worries from furrowed brows. All you have to do is to stay in the bath long enough to relax fully. If you share a home with a worrier, we suggest that you lock them in the bathroom with one of these until they have calmed down enough to stop worrying about being allowed out.
Here’s a demo and review video i made of rainbow worrier in the tub