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Standard Delivery might take a little longer than usual due Royal Mail strike action. We would recommend using the DPD Next Day delivery service.
Standard Delivery might take a little longer than usual due Royal Mail strike action. We would recommend using the DPD Next Day delivery service.

Cath Kidston Shine Bright Bath Bomb

Original price £5.00 - Original price £5.00
Original price
£5.00
£5.00 - £5.00
Current price £5.00
Shipping Options

UK Delivery

Cards Only (estimated 2-4 working days) - £1.50

Tracked Delivery (estimated 2-4 working days) - £4.95

Next Working Day Delivery (for orders placed before 13.00 Mon-Fri) - £9.95

Saturday Delivery (for orders placed before 13.00 on Fridays) - £12.95

Republic Of Ireland

Tracked Delivery (estimated 2-5 working days) - £12.00

France & Italy

Tracked Delivery (estimated 2-5 working days) - £15.00

USA

Courier Shipping (estimated 2-5 working days) - £30.00

Please note we cannot ship liquids or flammable items Internationally.

We hope to add more International options soon.

A lovely, luxurious bath bomb from Cath Kidston, displayed in a pretty festive hanging box complete with ribbon hanging loop. Perfect for hanging on the Christmas Tree, or popping in a stocking!

Scented with Cath Kidston's Red Berry & Cedar fragrance, this festive fizzer has wintery notes of pine needles, cedarwood, candied sugar and red berries. Simply pop in a hot bath to add relaxing fragrances and colour to your relaxing soak.

The outer gift box is decorated with jolly scenes, from festive pets enjoying Christmas gifts to peace doves flying above - magical and traditional Cath Kidston style details.

Cruelty free and vegan friendly. Designed in England.

Suitable For... Anyone who likes a nice, long soak in the tub.
Handpicked Because...  It's perfect for all ages, looks beautiful and will leave you feeling relaxed.
Why Not Add... a Cath Kidston Keep Kind Pamper Hamper for a complete pamper night! 

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