If you've ever had the fantasy of being in a bath full of jelly, then it's about to come true!
Unfortunately, it's not the jelly you can eat, but it's still just as awesome.
LUSH have launched jelly bombs, and they turn your bathwater into actual jelly.
But the best news? One of them is Harry Potter themed!
"Jelly Bombs are far more than a soak in slime..." LUSH said.
"A category in their own right, as they bob and fizz Jelly Bombs release a spectacular jelly made from sodium alginate, which comes from a mineral-rich seaweed. Aside from being wonderfully entertaining, this gooey jelly is superbly softening and soothing on the skin."
These are your jelly options:
DARK ARTS (The Harry Potter one):
"When the muggles are getting you down and it feels like the dementors are looming, dabble in the dark arts with spicy cinnamon leaf oil and almond essential oil. Slytherin-to a hot bath and cast this spicy bomb into the water. Tendrils of black give way to love potion pink as thick, skin softening jelly spreads on the surface of the water. Soak in your personal invisibility cloak and revel in your moment of peace," says LUSH.
"When you’re in need of some serious relaxation, grab this snoozy lullaby of lavender and tonka. Relax in the water, pop it in and soak under the skin softening jelly blanket. Chamomile calms the skin and the mood while neroli helps you feel uplifted," says LUSH.
"Climb into your bath and pop in this king of coconuts. Jelly leisurely spreads across the water, softening as it goes. Condition your skin with coconut cream and bask in the warmth that a cinnamon leaf undercurrent brings. Relax and refresh yourself in your own little piece of paradise," says LUSH.
"Get in a warm bath, toss in this brightening brunch of Brazilian orange and grapefruit oils and relax as jelly covers the water, softening skin and spreading joy as it goes. Vibrant oranges and yellows will chase away the blues and without a shred of a doubt, bad moods will be toast," says LUSH.
Now look what happens when you drop one into your bath.
The bombs are currently only available in the U.K.