When I think luxury I think of lots of things ….. special things.
Jewelry, relaxation, bling, comfort….
This month’s Mama’s Tub Time features a luxury bath bomb from Jackpot Candles
The bath bombs from Jackpot Candles are not your average bath bomb. Inside each bath bomb you have a ring that will float to the top of the bathwater once fully dissolved. The ring, in a small plastic container for safety, will float to the top of the water, showing you your newest ring to wear and flaunt.
This exciting feature makes the bath bombs by Jackpot Candles the perfect gift this holiday season. If you know someone who loves to relax in the tub and who loves jewelry, then this is the easy choice. Jackpot Candles aren’t the only company that offer rings with their bath bombs amorbathbombs.com also offers a range of bath bombs that come with rings and necklaces, however the difference is that you get to choose the ring or necklace you’d like, this is ideal if that certain someone has a specific taste in jewellry this way you’ll know exactly what ring or necklace she’s going to get.
Each bath bomb contains a ring which has a value from $15 to $5,000! Wouldn’t is be amazing to get a ring with such a giant retail value!
MamatheFox used 4 bath bombs from Jackpot Candles and these are my main thoughts:
- Love the soft colors – did not leave color rings around the tub when drained
- Moisturizing yet not heavy with oils
- Exciting watching it fizz and melt, knowing a special ring is waiting for me
- Looking up the ring’s value is a fun novelty
- These would make the perfect gift for any bath or jewelry lover this holiday
- Appealing scents make for a relaxing bathing experience
Rings come is sizes 6, 7, 8 or 9
- Mermaid Daydream
- Tranquil Serenity
- Love Potion
- Enliven Me
- Life of the Party Pink Grapefruit
- Ocean Breeze
- Citrus Unwind
- Tangerine Tango
- Tea Time
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