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Woman Learns the Hard Way to Always Check Ingredients on Bath Bombs

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Bath bombs are wonderful inventions. There's something extra special about soaking in bubbly, fizzy, wonderfully-scented water. It's not just relaxing, it's fun, because the act of tossing something into a tub and seeing it fizzle and pop speaks to our inner child's love of whimsy. Of course, if you want to see something fizzle and pop in water, you could always toss a hair dryer or toaster into a bath tub, but I wouldn't recommend doing that.

That's because baths are all about winding down and chilling out, not recreating a scene from Addams Family Values. Which is why it's so unfortunate these women's attempts at pampering themselves turned into very painful experiences instead. The culprit? Bath bombs.

How could something so innocuous be the source of so much grief? It all comes down to ingredients,.

Reddit user naboo_taboo posted her sad tale to the r/tifu subreddit, where she recounted an instance when she tried a bath bomb for the first time as a teenager. It all started when her friend's mom who was big into "self care" got her a gift card to Lush. She spent it on a bath bomb — a big ole' glittery one, because if you're going to have yourself a special bath, you might as well go all out.