Only months after pop princess Ariana Grande dropped her "God is a Woman" music video, cruelty-free beauty brand Lush Cosmetics created a $9 (R125) bath bomb for Ariana fans to recreate their own versions of the milky galaxy in the comfort of their own homes.

The Goddess bath bomb is merely inspired by the pop sensation and is not a collaboration with the star, although the thought of bathing like Ariana has many a fan excited.

Besides the singer's chart-topping success with this song, this bath bomb is one of two great things that have stemmed from the video's release. First, Twitter gave us this meme format referenced from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's "I am disgusted" scene:

And then Twitter put it out to the universe for a cosmetics brand to make a bath bomb that would recreate Ariana's galaxy. According to Allure, Lush's chief development officer and product inventor Jack Constantine posted a video teaser of the bath bomb in July and now it will finally be a reality on 22 November in global stores. 

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The bath bomb, which runs out into a stream of purple, pink, silver and white hues, boasts "musky notes for a truly relaxing experience, while jasmine, osmanthus and rose oil give the concoction a more floral touch," and a few moisturising properties from organic butters and oils, details Allure. Yum.

Goddess bath bomb

When the Goddess bath bomb launches in South Africa's Lush stores, it will retail for R72.50 and it will be an online only exclusive - while stocks last. We have a feeling it would sell out faster than Ari's 'Thank u, next' made No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 

This article has been updated with info from Lush South Africa.

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