These Shower Jellies Are Flubber IRL And You Won't Be Able Stop Staring
If you've ever taken a stroll down the darker alleys of the internet, you've definitely heard of (and experienced) a concept known as Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn made out of it. Don't think too hard about this concept -- trust me, you don't want to go there.
The same general principle extends its reach to the beauty community, where Sephora and Lush addicts share close-up photos of eyeshadow pigment and BB cream textures. These images and videos are about as close as you can get to obscene material without actually including any NSFW content.
This particularly applies to handmade cosmetics brand Lush, best known for its bath bombs. Now, the brand's Shower Jellies have inspired a series of slow-mo jiggle videos.
The Jellies are meant to be used like soap or refrigerated and cut into cubes for a more long-lasting product. Thanks to their seaweed gel bases, the Jellies shake and quiver in the same way I imagine Disney's Flubber would if his (Her? Their?) legs went to sleep.
Ready to witness some truly weird beauty porn? Allow me to bastardize some iconic Mystikal lyrics from 2000 here: "Shake your jelly, watch yourself."
This is your standard Lush soap in its natural form.
It's flexible and rubbery, like those water-filled stress squeezers we all used to own in the '90s.
But if you give your Jelly a firm whack, this is what happens.
This is the next most satisfying thing to those videos where dermatologists pop pimples.
Shake it like a Polaroid picture, indeed.
The Jellies can be used as they are or refrigerated into an icy treat.
Or you can avoid showering entirely and just toss these around your bathroom.
If you're looking to make your Jelly last longer, you can cut it up and keep the rest in the freezer.
Although I can't be sure how much that affects its jiggle capabilities.
Now, go about your day. You're better for knowing Jelly jiggle exists.
Citations: The Internet Is Freaking Out Over Shower Jell-O (Refinery29)