Lush Dragon's Egg Bath Bomb Review

Monday, 13 February 2012

What Lush Say
Like an everlasting gobstopper, this ballistic keeps on revealing layer upon layer of surprises. It gives up its gifts in an unfolding drama, leaving you in a bath of molten gold. Along the way you will experience a firework display of colour, a fiery crackle of popping candy, a swirling landscape of creamy foam and a drift of paper dragon scales.
To complete the fantasy we rounded this off with a fragrance of sexy jasmine and uplifting citruses and bergamot. Leaves you ready to come out of your cave and soar!

What I say

Now when they say it's like an everlasting gobstopper, they aren't kidding arouund. This takes forever, it's certainly the most unique bomb I've used. I was very confused when I first out this in as it didn't fizz it foamed, it wasn't giving off much of a scent either. And then foamed some more. And some more. And then some more.

And then after about 10 minutes of foam foam foam an orange crack appeared down the middle and then my water started turning gold. It was really fizzing away from the orange centre and I could hear the crackling popping candy. Then the crack got so big that it split in two and went foaming/fizzing around the bath some more.

In the end I was left with a very sweet, almost lemon sherbetty smelling bath tub that was absolutely full of glitter, the water was so glittery is made it murky. A lot of glitter was also left in the bottom of the tub after the water ran away. This was quite irritating as I had to wash the bath afterwards which kind of ruined the whole relaxing bath thing I had going. However if you love glitter this is a good one for you.

A very sweet bath bomb with a hidden core. Best for those that love glitter, surprises and are patient enough to wait for it to dissolve properly.

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