In case you're unfamiliar with the term — or your Ghostbusters terminology knowledge is just a little rusty — ectoplasm (a.k.a. "ghost slime") is the stuff that allegedly oozes from a spirit's mouth. Blegh. But gross as it sounds, we can't think of a better way to describe the gooey texture of jelly, and the orb itself seems all but worthy of its supernatural appellation. On the surface, it certainly resembles all the other bath bombs from the brand. But drop it in your tub, and watch it magically transform into bubbles of purple slime that any fan of Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards would appreciate.
Jack Constantine, from the Lush product development team, offered a peek of the product in a video, so you can see the strange metamorphosis for yourself.
The only downside? It may be a while before you can get your hands on the goods. A rep for the brand tells us the jelly bomb is still in development in the U.K., so no word on how long we'll have to wait to scoop it up stateside. But one thing is for sure: If it's anything like the brand's actual Halloween lineup last year, we know it'll be scary-good.