Shoppers go wild for Primark's bath bombs & say they're just as nice as the ones sold by Lush – but way cheaper | The Sun

THERE'S no better way to jazz up a boring bath time than with an explosion of colour courtesy of a fizzing bath bomb.

And while many shoppers automatically turn to Lush to add a little sparkle to their bath time routine, it can work out pretty pricey.


While a 'magical santa' bath bomb from the cosmetics retailer costs £5.00, the 'Snow Fairy' – the beloved bubblegum bestseller – will set bath fanatics back a whopping £5.50.

So, if you're hoping to add a touch of magic to your bath time but without the hefty price tag, look no further….

Primark fans have been going wild for the store's large selection of bath bombs – with designs ranging from a pineapple and ice cream to a candy cane and Santa Claus hat.

And the best part? Prices start at £1.

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Megan Jay was just one of the TikTok users who posted a video to social media after getting her hands on one – and even offered a review of it.

She concluded that the bath bomb was great value for money and left her skin feeling smooth.

Holly Louise also shared a short clip online where she notes: "This is your sign to by bath bombs from Primark instead of Lush."

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She captioned the post: "They have so many cool ones."

The videos have since garnered thousands of views, with many bath enthusiasts taking to the comments section to offer their verdicts.

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"I love a good Primark bath bomb," enthused one.

A second penned: "My kids have sensitive skin and they love Primark bath bombs hate idea of spending Lush prices to be down the drain."

A third tagged a friend and wrote: "We are going to Primark to find these when we go shopping."

Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: "I had that one till my brother used it."

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Another commented: "They really have upped their game I have hundreds of the Crystal bath salt on top ones."

And one more social media user added: "I've used this one – it's so nice."


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