Lush Dragon Egg Bath Bomb Review

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Today I tested out the Lush Dragon Egg Bomb and it’s pretty amazing. This bomb is white with flecks of pink and yellow that are rice paper.

I filled the bath tub with warm water and dropped the Dragon Egg into the water. For some reason I keep thinking about Harry Potter when I handle Dragon Eggs! Upon dropping said egg into the bath tub it immediately started fizzing and popping (not a lot of color yet).

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After about 2 minutes of white fizz the color started coming out from the center of the egg. The “Dragon” is orange or gold, it was hard to tell because while the initial color is bright orange the water was turing a nice gold color. The fragrance is definitely citrus and smells amazing. It’s not a weird fake smell but what you might imagine a lemon grove smells like which is awesome!

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I can see why Lush calls this bomb an egg, as the bomb dissolves it breaks in half (kind of like an egg yolk) and the remaining pieces look like a shell.

I only dipped my feet in this bomb but the water made my feet and legs extremely soft. Because of the citrus smell I would recommend this for a morning bath because the fragrance will wake you up and keep you smelling wonderful all day.

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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