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The bath bombs were a nice price which is what drew me to them in the first place. They weren't terribly hard to make although I did have to help my five year old with parts of it. The size of the bath bombs was nice and big and they included a cute little prize. They were a little crumbly when they came out of the mold which was disappointing. Also, when they were put in the bath, they barely fizzed. They just dissolved quickly into the bath and made the water look murky. We made three so far, and my five year old hasn't wanted to use them for her bath again after the first one because she was so unimpressed. I did not find these to be the best buy and we'll try again with another brand if we ever make bath bombs again.
I bought for my nephew for Christmas. It was backordered so I figured it would be a nice gift if that many people wanted it. According to his mother, it was fun to make but when he took a bath with it he had an allergic reaction. He's ok but it gave him a rash wherever it touched his skin. Beware.
I thought this was pretty lame. You're supposed to make these little butterfly blocks that you can give away to someone and then they put them in their bath and find "gems" in them. This is so hokey and silly. I get that some girls are into the princess thing, but this is weird. Anyway, as a "bath bomb" it was lackluster. I'd skip it and buy someone a gift that's not consumable (single-use).