LUSH Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb Review.

So I decided to take today. I was actually SHOCKED by a plain, dull looking bath bomb from LUSH. It had been sitting in my collection and I hadn’t used it yet.

Packaging: 

  • This comes wrapped in the standard LUSH plastic wrap with the name of the product and ingredients.
  • It’s a plain white with specks of blue in it.

Opacity/Dissolving: 

  • Found this bomb to dissolve really slowly!
  • The color was a bright orange similar to Yoga Bomb.
  • Opacity: it was the perfect amount of color.

Texture/Scent: 

  • This bomb dissolved completely with NO chunks, but it did have those awkward patches of  clear”rose petal” shaped things that don’t dissolve.
  • There was no “surprise” in the middle.
  • This bomb does contain glitter, which was gold and beautiful! It didn’t stick to the skin.
  • The scent is very mild and barely noticeable, but it is there.
  • Lush’s statement says: “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.”
  • The bomb did curl and fizzle, it didn’t crackle, and it does have glitter. I didn’t smell citrus but thats what it has in it.

IngredientsSodium Bicarbonate , Citric Acid , Fragrance , Fizzy Candy (Isomalt, Lycasin, Carbon Dioxide) , Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum) , Bergamot Oil (Citrus Aurantium bergamia) ,Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum grandiflorum) , Cream of Tartar (Potassium bitartrate) , Water (Aqua) , Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) , Sodium Laureth Sulfate ,Propylene Glycol , Lauryl Betaine , *Citral , *Limonene ,*Linalool , D&C Red No. 33 , FD&C Red No. 4 , D&C Red No. 27 , D&C Orange No. 4 , Golden Glitter (Corn Starch, Maltodextrin, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Iron Oxides, Silica) ,Gold Lustre (Potassium Silicate, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides, and Iron Hydroxide) , Rice Paper . *Occurs naturally in essential oils

Pictures:

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Packaging.
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Packaging.
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Bath bomb dissolving.
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Bath bomb dissolving.
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Overview.
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Mandatory Leg Pic.

Price:

  • USD: $6.95
  • Size: 6.3 oz. (Which is average for LUSH bath bombs)
  • Overall, a great price!

Pros:

  • This bomb is vegan.
  • This bomb is a surprise in itself, it looks bland and boring but turns out bright orange!
  • Would make a great gift or stocking stuffer.

Cons:

  • I do not have a LUSH store near me, therefore, I order all my LUSH products online.
  • I didn’t find this bomb SUPER moisturizing to my skin. It didn’t leave an oily feeling, but it also didn’t dry out my skin.

Overall Verdict:

  • I would repurchase this bomb often.
  • I love the unique factor of this bomb, but it lacked the moisture that LUSH bath bombs are known for.
  • Rating: 3.8/5 stars.

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Ingredients, and statement of bomb  from lushusa.com.