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Does anyone remember bath pearls? The colourful, squidgy pearls were filled with scented bath oils which would dissolve in the water.
But we never see them anymore - until now.
"I found these bath pearls in a box of my childhood stuff recently, and posted an image of them onto another group I'm a member of.
"The photo caused so much joy and brought back memories to so many people, that I thought I'd share here too. Enjoy!"
The post has racked up thousands of likes and comments, with Facebook users enjoying the trip down memory lane.
And the pearls are still in perfect condition - just look a them!
People couldn't get enough of the post, with one person commenting: "I loved these as a kid! Can you still buy them? Not seen them for decades but my daughter would love them!"
While another tagged a friend and said: "How many of these did we used to have?!"
And a third added: "These were the bath bombs of my day!"
One person recalled a traumatic incident, explaining: "These bring back bad memories. I was too impatient to wait for one to dissolve so I squeezed it. The oil went straight in my eye and dyed it blue!"
Meanwhile others said you can still buy the pearls on Amazon.
In other beauty news, earlier this week we told you about the woman who uses tampons to remove nail varnish.
Tiffany - who goes by the handle @breakfast.at.tiffs on TikTok - shared a video of herself using a tampon to remove the varnish, captioning the post: "If you’re not using a tampon to remove nail polish what are you even doing?"
In the video, Tiffany can be seen unwrapping a tampon - which is packed with an applicator. Using the applicator, she then pushes the tip of the tampon out slightly.
Tiffany then takes her bottle of nail varnish remover and dips the tampon in the liquid so the tip is coated. She then begins rubbing the tampon on each nail, removing the polish underneath.
You can watch the video here.
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