Saturday, 26 January 2013

LOVE LUSH: Dragon's Egg bath bomb

Another Lush section on my blog. What can I say? Get used to them because I got a little crazy during their sale so there are many more products for me to write a review on. It's funny but this one isn't one of them. This I got as a present. I don't usually buy bath bombs myself.

Lush, Dragon's Egg bath bomb
This is how LUSH in United Kingdom describes it:
Run yourself the perfect temperature bath and get in. Take a moment to let go of the world outside your bathroom before launching your ballistic into the water and watching it fizz away.
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.

And this is how Americans feel about it:
Unleash fire and bathe in a whirlpool of magnificently vibrant, sizzling color and a spectacular explosion of sights, sounds, and scents. Inhale the refreshing sherbet-y citrus scent of lemon and bergamot; you'll feel like you're up and away on the back of your own dragon. This mystical Bath Bomb fizzles, crackles, curls, and ends with a glitter explosion. Citrus oils are known for their invigorating effect on the mind, and Dragon's Egg is no exception! Drop one of these into the bath for a serious wake-up call on groggy mornings, or before an evening out.


  • Release the beast: For days when you feel like a dragon and need to let off some steam.
  • Sensational: A spectacular bath time experience for all of your senses.
  • Cheery citrus: Lemon oil has an uplifting aroma and is toning and refreshing for the skin.
Croatian Lush describes it in a more story telling way... I don't know? I thought  that was interesting.

It really has a lot of colours inside, and gold glitter too.

As you can see, I even sliced one in half for you ;).

Even in the water you will be able to see it, not like a glitter bomb exploded, but you will see it.

The concept is the same as with all the other bath bombs. You just put it in your bathtub when it fills with water. Don't expect rich foam because bath bombs will just colour your water with many colours, be loud for a while...and that is about it.

They won't make your skin dry (at least mine they don't) like some of their soaps can.

Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Fizzy Candy, Perfume, Tartaric acid, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Citrus limonum, Citrus aurantium bergamia, Jasminum grandiflorum, Cocamide DEA, Lauryl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Gardenia jasminoides, Citral, Limonene, Linalool, Colour 14700, Colour 45410, Polyethylene terephtalate, golden glitter, Rice paper

The smell of it is its best feature if you ask me. It smells amazing and it will fill your whole house (if you don't live in a mansion). It smells clean and fresh.
But...for me, if I am taking a bath I love rich and luxurious foam which I don't get with any bath bombs (Lush or other).
It is also very expensive in Croatia, it costs 44 kunas for 100 grams of product (one bomb), which is about 4.40 GBP (in Britain it costs 3.20 GBP), $8 (in America it is $6.25), 6 Euros (in Germany 5.45 Euros, in Austria 5.95 Euros as in France), so as you can see the price varies. In most of Europe they are expensive for just one bath, which is a minus in my opinion. With bubble bars (which also aren't cheap), at least  you get several baths if you cut them in smaller pieces.

That is it from me for this time.

How do you like bath bombs? Lush in general?

Tell me...

Love, beautyandbrains007

I am not affiliated with lush in any way. All the products were bought by myself or given to me from my friends and family.

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