This Harry Potter bath bomb will sort you into your Hogwarts house as it dissolves

Calling all Harry Potter fans: There’s a new means to finding out what Hogwarts house you’re destined for and you’re going to want to try it.

A range of new bath bombs has emerged on the market which, at first glance, look like any other bath bombs. Yet when you put the mystery product into the bath, as it fizzes it will turn the water one of four colours – red for Gryffindor, blue for Ravenclaw, green for Slytherin and yellow for Hufflepuff.

The Harry Potter Sorting Hat handmade bath bombs were created by Rebecca Lynn, who also brought us the popular Pokemon bath bombs.

Rebecca’s Harry Potter product was met with such success, the stock has completely run out. But don’t you worry because if you want to get your hands on the bath bomb – and get a decisive answer on what wizarding house you’re destined for – the products will be restocked on January 1.

We just can’t promise you won’t get sorted into Hufflepuff…

More in this Section

Tyson Fury: 'I want to train with Conor McGregor'Tyson Fury: 'I want to train with Conor McGregor'

Robert Pattinson explains why he thought Twilight was a ‘weird’ storyRobert Pattinson explains why he thought Twilight was a ‘weird’ story

Host announced for 2020 Grammy AwardsHost announced for 2020 Grammy Awards

Disappointment for Carrie Underwood as Garth Brooks wins CMA titleDisappointment for Carrie Underwood as Garth Brooks wins CMA title


In an industry where women battle ageism and sexism, Meryl Streep has managed to decide her own destiny – and roles, writes Suzanne HarringtonJeepers Streepers: Hollywood royalty, all hail queen Meryl

'Ask Audrey' has been the newspaper's hysterical agony aunt “for ages, like”.Ask Audrey: Guten tag. Vot the f**k is the story with your cycle lanes?

Daphne Wright’s major new exhibition at the Crawford addresses such subjects as ageing and consumerism, writes Colette SheridanFinding inspiration in domestic situations

Christian Bale and Matt Damon tell Laura Harding about their roles in Le Mans ‘66, the tale of the men paid by Ford to take on the dominance of Ferrari in the motor-racing worldFoot to the floor: Christian Bale and Matt Damon talk about Ford, Ferrari and the 24 hours of Le Mans

More From The Irish Examiner