A Catherine wheel of a bath bomb. It changes colour as it fizzes, crackling with popping candy as it goes and releasing first a citrussy apple and then a cinnamon, apple pie like scent with a hint of ylang ylang. Petitgrain is used in aromatherapy to calm the breathing, slow the heartbeat and reduce feelings of anxiety. Ylang ylang produces a feeling of joy, and cinnamon leaf oil helps you let go.
I originally chose this LushBomb for my partner who suffers with anxiety. He had a few days off booked so i wanted to get it off to a good start by booking him in for a massage & getting him a few bits to unwind at home. The Fizzbanger sounded perfect so i ordered two. In the past he has used my bath bombs before me and ive then had to wait to test it myself. This way i was free to test it at my leisure. I’m glad i did too, as it was this week i discovered that we were to be effected by the Government caps and so money was going to be tough as of next month. It really did do the trick too. In the same way the Yoga Bomb and Sacred Lotus had.
This had total 5 star entertainment value too. It danced around the bath making lovely patterns as others had before and it crackled with the popping candy. At the very end it released a ‘Bang’ which floated on top of the beautiful emerald-green water. The emerald green was beautiful and one of my favorite features, reminding me of the emerald city. However, Little did i know on ordering it but this LushBomb was inspired by Roald Dhal’s book The BFG, which as a child i have loved. Though as i told the Lush employee who told me this that a ‘wizzbang’ was the term he used for breaking wind but we’ll gloss oer that as it was so relaxing. I didn’t want to get out & i slept so well that night.
I would certainly recommend this to EVERYONE. Its amazing.