Hey guys! How are you all? It’s seems like it’s been a while since I rolled out a lush bath bomb and had a good old colourful lush bath. I popped into lush last weekend and picked up a new bath bomb, sadly it’s not from the new LUSH Easter range, but it is quite a showstopper! Today I’m going to give a quick review on the Dragon’s Egg bath bomb. It’s a pasty white colour on the outside, so I was so shocked to see such a simple looking bath bomb, dissolve to reveal such gorgeous colours and hues in the water!
The Dragons egg described by lush…
Dragon’s Egg makes bathtime exciting as it fizzes and crackles and changes the colour of your water to a gorgeous citrusy gold. Its scent is reminiscent of lemon sherbet, with a hint of jasmine, leaving you feeling great and ready for a good day. Its citrus scents leave you feeling transformed and invigorated.
The scent of this bath bomb was just so charismatic, it had such a lovely sweet citrus smell which was not to overpowering, but strong enough to infuse the water and the air around me. The aroma sorta reminded me of oranges, lemons and limes which was quite coincidental since one of the main ingredients was lemon oil. I personally love the smell of citrusy fruits like lemons, so the scent of the dragons egg was pretty much a winner for me since I picked it up in the LUSH store.
From looking at the bath bomb on the exterior, my first impressions of this bath bomb was that it would just be rather mediocre. All the other bath bombs and bubble bars from lush always seem to be so bright and colourful, so it’s really easy to just overlook all of those that are more simplistic, but as they say looks can be very deceiving. It was mainly just plain white and slightly powdery on the outside with the odd bit of red or blue dots poking through which was quite intriguing. When I first popped this bath bomb into the water I wasn’t initially impressed, as all that seemed to happen was for the water to just get a slight pale white frothy colour. Though, after around 20 seconds, bright streams of vibrant orange started fizzing out from the core releasing a bold citrus scent whilst creating gorgeous kaleidoscopic swirls on the water surface.
As the orange spurts out from the centre, one heck of a load of golden glitter closely follows. This may not be to everyone’s taste, but I quite like the glittery effect in my bath as it doesn’t stick to my skin at all, but instead makes it seem like glitter ball has literally just exploded in my bath! The camera didn’t really pick up the glitter as it blended into the water quite a bit, but I can assure ya it’s there! Ohh, and I can’t forget about the popping candy! As the inner orange part of the Dragons Egg fizzles away, if you listen closely you can hear the crackling and pops of the popping candy. The candy is what I think gives the bath bomb the slight sweetness about it and a bit of an edge really. And if popping candy wasn’t enough, once the bath bomb had completely dissolved, there were little bits of red and blue confetti that just bobbed around on the surface before melting away.
The bath bomb contains Bergamot Oil and Jasmine Absolute which helps you to relax and leaves the skin feeling super soft and silky smooth. I would highly recommend this bath bomb, as it is perfect as a way to unwind after a long day due to the various relaxing oils included, or alternatively as a way to refresh in the morning to prepare for the day ahead; the sweet citrusy smell would be sure to energise you for the morning ahead. The only thing that I am not so keen on is the fact that the little bits of confetti disappear so quickly, I think it would nice if the little confetti bits kinda floated around like little speckles in the bath, but that’s just me being extra picky, overall the Dragons Egg definitely exceeded my expectations! It is rather reasonably priced for it’s size, at £3.50 each and I would recommend this to someone who is a fan of citrusy scents glittery bath bombs. I would most likely re-purchase this product as it is one of those sort of bath products that you could use all year around, not just for a specific time of year and it’s smells divine too!
I hope you enjoyed reading up on my latest lush bath bomb and had fun scrollin’ through the pictures! Speak to you all next week!
P.S: Does anyone remember the sherbet sweet ‘Dib Dab’? You know were you had a lollipop and then you dipped it in sherbet or popping candy! Literally, that is exactly what this bath bomb reminded me of because it had popping candy inside! Tehehe! Byesies! Xxxxx