Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb

I am completely and utterly besotted with Lush. I hadn't got into Lush until I placed my first big online order at Christmas. I've become a little teeny bit obsessed ever since. I've tried my fair share of bath bombs and bubble bars and I've been trying to get into their skincare too. 

I've repeatedly picked up the same bath bombs for a while and so I wanted a change and decided to try something new. I had a smell of possibly every single bath bomb in store until I decided on the Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb

Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb

It's a very exciting bath bomb, including ingredients such as ylang ylang, cinnamon leaf oil and even popping candy which is the most exciting aspect of it. As for the scent, well It's quite a confusing smell, you can definitely detect the spiciness of the cinnamon but it also smells very citrusy. I'd normally steer clear of any bath products with cinnamon as I'm not keen on spicy scents but it's not too overpowering which I like and actually smells more zesty and refreshing than anything. 

The design of the Fizzbanger is pretty cute but simple as its spherical in shape and a basic bright yellow. Not necessarily appealing to the eye as I'm more normally drawn to more creative bath bombs but the scent is too good to miss out on. It's stayed true to it's Fizzbanger name too with the popping candy. 

Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb
Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb

Once placed into the bath the bath bomb turns the water into a bright yellow-blue colour but after a while settles down to a bright green. The only negative I can find is that it takes quite a while for the bath bomb to evaporate. It makes me feel very relaxed, fresh and clean(obvs) and the scents not overally strong which is a huge plus. 

The Lush Fizzbanger is £3.95 which is pretty fair as it's quite a reasonable, medium sized bath bomb. I will definitely be repurchasing this again soon when I next pop into Lush.


Have you tried the Lush Fizzbanger Bath Bomb?


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