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How to Break Lush Bath Bombs

So this is just a quick little post on how I break up my bath bombs to get maximum use out of them. I saw in the lush store that they use knifes to cut them but I like my method better.

By doing this I can get up six uses out of each bath bomb, and I feel I get more out of my money this way. Even with the smaller pieces the water still changes color, smells amazing, and moisturizes. So do not hesitate to break up your bath bombs.

1. Place bath bomb inside a plastic sandwich bag (this is what I store my bath bombs in and this way there is nothing wasted)

2. Place a screw driver onto the bath bomb and hammer the screw driver into the bath bomb with a shoe (yes sad but true, this is how I break my bath bombs)

3. Break it in half, and then break those half pieces again if you would like.

I know this method is a little odd but its just what I found laying around the house. but instead of being able to take 8 lush baths, I can now take 27, which is good considering how expensive the bath bombs are.

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