'Dragons egg' was described to me as "a party in a bath" by one of LUSH's extremely helpful sales assistants. Unfortunately, when using it in my bath the other day I was left a little disappointed. I suppose I was expecting something dramatic to happen but as soon as I had dropped it into my bath all it did was froth. It frothed until I got bored watching it so I therefore gave it a helping hand by swishing it around the water. The first layer uncovered a couple of confetti pieces but livened up a little when it hit the second layer releasing some popping candy.
Once I finally got into the bath, I waded through the white and orange froth covering the surface to reveal the golden glittery water underneath (probably the only thing that impressed me about this bath bomb). There was a subtle citricy sherbet smell but it was nothing to go crazy over and I can't say it did a great deal for my skin (well not that I noticed anyway). when the water had drained from the bath there was a noticeable tide mark of glitter covering it but a quick scrub is all that was needed.
All in all I thought that 'Dragons egg' dubbed the 'multilayered spectacle' may have been a little over-rated. I didn't hate it but it wasn't amazing. By all means, try it for yourself and let me know what you think about it. 'Dragons egg' is a Vegan product priced £3.25 in LUSH stores.