Grandparents Are Furious After Shower Gel They Bought Their Granddaughter Had A Lewd Message

Lush has even collaborated with organizations like AccessNow in a fight against government-mandated internet shut downs.

Here is a store display of the Lush Error 404 bath bomb. It says, “The bath bomb that fights against internet shutdowns #keepiton”

When this bath bomb is put in water, a message is revealed.

At the end of the day, it seems that this issue is still unresolved. Should warning messages should be readily available? Or should people be aware that some stores are a little more racy than others?

It’s true that some people may not be aware of a store’s “culture,” which would lead them to believe that the shower gel in question is appropriate for children. But it’s also true that the message on the label already clearly displayed the level of appropriateness of the product. 

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