Never stand up when you can sit down. And never sit down when you can lie down.
I imagine bathing and grooming beyond The Final Frontier would be a quick and efficient process, like slip-on shoes or Amazon lockers. This is to assume that, by the time humanity reaches further out into space, we have not evolved beyond the need for bathing (either by losing our stink-producing capabilities or by evolving beyond being bothered by human stink).
Lush seems to think otherwise. To them, bathing aboard a starship involves the psychedelic aquatic stylings of this “sexy, interstellar bomb” but is otherwise pretty similar to a standard Earth bath. What really stood out to me is the visual spectacle of the Intergalactic bomb. I imagine that this is what Syd Barrett saw when he had a normal bath. It’s like having the life cycle of a stellar nursery play out in your bathroom, before it settles on a cartoonish deep blue. In fact, I felt a little bit like Liam Neeson’s character in Ponyo in this bath, only more glam rock due to the glitter contained within this Weapon of Bath Destruction. I emerged from the bath with a faint coat of gold glitter on top of my hirsute and lycanthropic frame, making me a living example of somebody’s Twilight fanfiction character, probably.
So if you want to feel like the King of a sea on one of Saturn’s moons or a 1980s anime character very obviously based on David Bowie, then this bomb might be for you. If you just want to boldly go to interesting new places in your bath, then give this a go. If you don’t like baths, have a shower.