Lush Dragon's Egg Bath Ballistic Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
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Customer Lush Dragon's Egg Bath Ballistic Reviews (19)
by - written on 23/05/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I still raise a skeptical eyebrow in the direction of Lush as although I love some of their products and have reviewed a few on here, I dislike their use of chemicals whilst trading under the " natural" banner. This bath ballistic along with some other bits was sent in a box as a gift for my daughter (I am still sulking). Upon initial inspection of my lucky daughter's haul, this one did not stand out in the slightest in appearance or scent indeed it looked very dull. It is an all over creamy colour with some pale circles of something-or-other around the outside( later found out that these were rice paper "dragon scales") and a faint ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I often go in Lush but always come out empty handed, although I've used a couple of their products before and loved them, I think the products are a little over priced. However, I decided to treat myself and as the shop was fairly empty, the staff spent a lot of their time explaining a few of the products to me. I usually hate this and like to have a look around myself without having explanations on every single product I look at or smell, but they were actually really helpful, and yes they persuaded me to buy a few products... which I probably wouldn't have bought if it wasn't for them. I prefer baths to showers and so I decided to have a look at the bath ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Okay, so I went into LUSH after hearing about their amazing new inventions: ballistics with bits of bubble bar in them, and I wanted to give them ago to see if they actually worked. When I say they have bits of bubble bar in them, I don't mean that they have little chunks of bubble bar pieces throughout the ballistic, but just that the first layer of the ballistic is actually a melty, foamy bubble bar product. There isn't really any actual bubble bar in this ballistic. So, all I can say is this: never judge a book by its cover. When I first saw this ballistic, I thought "what's so special about this product?" because honestly, I personally didn't see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I love lots of Lush's products, and one of their newer products I'm particularly keen on is their Dragon's Egg Bath Ballistic. I paid £2.95 last Summer for one of these 200g bath ballistics, which I think is a pretty average price for bath bombs, and I do love them, so I treated myself to a few from my local Lush store. The ballistic is actually quite plain for something with such a promising name, but all is revealed when you drop it in water! Before this though, it smells quite fruity due to the grapefruit and lemon oils it contains. Dragon's Egg also contains jasmine and popping candy (the stuff that failed miserably on the Cinders ballistic). As ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/10, updated on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I'm quite a Lush fan, so when they announced their new bath ballistics a few months ago I was looking forward to trying them. I must admit, I'm much more of a fan of Lush's bubble bars but was told that these new ballistics were much more interesting in the sense they did indeed create a certain amount of bubbles. Dragon's Egg costs £2.95 and is 200g - so one of the lager ballistics. The only problem with these ballistics is that due to their layers and the way they fizz you can't cut them in half to last more than one bath, which isn't a huge problem, but for me means that I can't make an expensive bath item last longer than one bath. There was also a slight ... Read the complete review
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