When I am on a holiday, I like to relax and take long baths after I come back to my hotel room after a long day of sightseeing and shopping. And what’s best than a nice-smelling bath witha bath bomb. The bath bomb that I will review today is by Lush and its their dragon’s egg bath bomb.
$7.45 per piece.
You don’t need to rule the seven kingdoms to be a mother of dragons. Release this bomb into warm water to hatch a fire-breather of your own and watch golden flames shoot across your bath. Dance with dragons as you soak in a golden lustre. Lemon and bergamot oils breathe a sherbet lemon fire into your bath time, calmed by soothing jasmine absolute. Put a roar in your belly and some flight in your step – winter is coming.
My Experience with Lush Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb:
Dragon’s eye looks quite simple with just a simple off-white colour. It is shaped like an egg with some rice paper of blue and pink colour. I like bath bombs and whenever I see a Lush store, I go and get their bath bombs for my holiday trips.
Dragon’s egg is a fresh-smelling bath bomb. It has slightly citrusy and slightly flowery scent to it. Honestly, it smells divine! And the fun part is to watch them dissolve in water. Dragon’s egg leaves water orange with gold glitter, now that was a surprise with an off-white bath bomb. Glitters are fine and didn’t stick to my body. After bathing with this, my skin felt soft and fresh though the scent fades away three to four hours.
Pros of Lush Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb:
- Smells divine.
- There are glitters in the bath bomb.
- Glitters are fine and do not stick to your body.
- Leaves body soft.
- It’s fun to watch.
Cons of Lush Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb:
- Scent doesn’t last long.
Would I Repurchase Lush Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb?
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