Hello Kitty Bath Bombs Are Here & They Have Hidden Treasures Inside

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A bath bomb isn't just a bath bomb when the mysterious Hello Kitty is involved. Fragrant Jewels just released Hello Kitty Bath Bombs, and they are incredibly special. The tub trio features three almost-too-cute-to-use bath bombs in red, white, and pink iterations with rose gold mica bows and something special inside — a ring!

The bombs are formulated with skin-loving ingredients like shea butter and sweet almond oil so your skin will be soft and glowing. The aroma is a specially blended Hello Kitty fragrance, which features notes of guava, coconut milk, ginger blossom, and dewy cassis.

Like all bath bombs, this soap ball will turn your bathroom into a sophisticated spa. However, since the Hello Kitty bombs have rings inside, your tub also morphs into a jewelry store.

Here's how it works: You select your ring size when you order this bath Holy Trinity for $42.95. When they arrive, drop a tub treat into the water and watch as it turns a pretty color. The ring, nestled in a protective plastic container, floats to the surface and includes a secret vault code, where you have the chance to win another ring worth up to $10,000. Whoa!

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This is the face of a skin care gift that keeps on giving.

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It literally is fragrant jewels. And really pretty millenial pink water.

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There is also a candle and bath bomb set, if that better suits your bathroom spa x jewelry store experience.

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There are 10 ring styles, like this one, which boasts the signature HK head silhouette and bow. They were designed exclusively for this collection and are valued at $30.

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Fancy, right?

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These bath bombs are so extra, thanks to these rings.

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There are some subtle variations in the ring styles.

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In case you need further clarification on the "process," check it out. I may have just made the purchase myself.