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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Girl left looking like ‘alien’ after bath bomb stains her and bathroom green

Mum Kerri bought the bath bomb kit for ‘holiday fun’ but it quickly went downhill.

Spending an afternoon with your child and a make-your-own-bath-bomb kit during the school holidays sounds like harmless fun. 

Kerri Sackville found out the hard way that it’s not always the case after being left facing a sight reminiscent of Shrek’s swamp a few hours later. 

The Australian mum had been shopping in one of her favourite stores, Kmart, with her 11-year-old daughter and picked up a couple of pairs of leggings and some batteries.

The pair then stumbled across a unicorn bath bomb kit for around £8, suitable for children eight and over, and decided it would be ‘perfect holiday fun’, wrote Kerri on News.com.au .

 

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