This 1 Woman's Skin Turned Flamingo-Pink After Taking A Shower
Often times we use a body or tanning product and anxiously wait instant results that may never happen. However, Abi Shenton from the UK experienced the total opposite after taking a bath with a LUSH bath oil.
She recently tweeted a selfie at the brand showing off her skin after using the Razzle Dazzle oil in the shower. But there was just one problem: her skin was dyed bright pink— literally. The fuchsia bath oil was actually mistaken for body soap by Abi. See, it comes packaged in a round ball shape that is meant to be diluted and added to your bath. But the product can easliy be mistaken for a body bomb or soap bar if you don't carefully read the usage instructions. After rigorously rubbing the oil into her face and body, the magenta dye ended up leaving her skin flamingo pink.
The good news is that the stain was removed after many baths and a trusty at-home DIY. "A very helpful friend of mine works at Lush and helped me remove all the pink stain with lemon juice, olive oil + a gritty face wash!" she told Pretty 52. LUSH, also shocked by her pink skin, reach out to Abi via Twitter to further help her out.
This beauty faux pax is a great reminder to always thoroughly read package instructions before slathering products on your body— no matter how tempting they look or smell. Keep on reading to see her flamingo-pink selfie (that required absolutely #NoFilter).