So I was super lucky enough to receive some goodies which included three tubes of their Fizzing Bath Bombs which each contains 7 small bombs which you simply drop into your bath. Each tube retails at £6.00 which is pretty reasonable in my opinion. Here are my thoughts on each kind:
Want to hear my thoughts on the Bubble T Cosmetics Fizzing Bath Bombs?
Today I introduce you to a selection of products from Bubble T Cosmetics, a brand inspired by the popular and colourful Taiwanese drink invented during the 1980’s. When the creators arrived back here in the UK after a trip to Asia, they noticed many bubble tea stores opening, particularly in London’s West End and in Manchester. (If you’re not familiar with bubble tea, it’s a tea base blended with fruit. Tapioca balls are then added which lay at the bottom of the drink which gives the drink its unusual wow factor.) So basically the Bubble T Cosmetics philosophy is that products should not just look and smell good but should leave you feeling good too.
By working with experts in the industry, the brand crafted a combo of rich tea based infusions mixed with fruit extract and essence. Because tea has many properties depending on the kind they are able to provide benefits in different ways such as speeding up blood circulation, waking you up and aiding sleep which is why Bubble T Cosmetics use tea in their products. Not only is tea good for targeting certain problems but it also replenishes, cleanses and even hydrates the skin.
Hibiscus and Acai Berry Tea Restoring Fizzing Bath Bombs – £6.00
The first tube I tried was the Hibiscus and Acai Berry Tea Restoring Fizzing Bath Bombs, which have a very sweet, floral, fruity scent to them. They’re pink in colour and claim to help bring clarity of mind leaving your skin feeling hydrated and cared for. Do I agree with the claims? Yes. When popped into my warm bath I definitely felt like I could relax nicely for a good old think (does anyone else have long, deep thoughts in the tub?) The scent of these bombs was amazing, definitely my favourite from the bunch and although they’re pink, they don’t really dye the water which I’m fine with as in the past I’ve found some products that do dye the water have sadly stained my bath. The only thing I will say is that I would have liked the scent to last a little longer but apart from that it didn’t leave a nasty greasy film on top of the water but left my skin feeling really quite soft. Also, much like all of the bomb sets, they’re free from parabens, SLS and SLES.
Lemongrass and Green Tea Stimulating Fizzing Bath Bombs – £6.00
The next tube I tried was the Lemongrass and Green Tea Stimulating Fizzing Bath Bombs. These claim to have a stimulating fragrance and help to bring clarity of mind leaving your skin feeling hydrated and cared for (much like the Hibiscus and Acai Berry Tea ones) In terms of effect the bombs have in the bath and on the skin, they’re pretty similar to the other “flavours” in the range. Again, I wish the scent lasted a little longer but they left my skin soft. One thing that did differ was obviously the scent. I found the Lemongrass and Green Tea bombs to be more refreshing but nothing that is too over powering. For this reason I like to use them during the day so I’m not completely refreshed and wide awake, but I’m not super relaxed like I am with the Hibiscus and Acai Berry Tea ones.
Moroccan Mint Tea Reviving Fizzing Bath Bombs – £6.00
And last but not least I tried the Moroccan Mint Tea Reviving Fizzing Bath Bombs which claim to do pretty much the same as the other two kinds. I also find them to have the same quality and effect on both my skin and in the bath but unlike the other two, they’re very, very refreshing this is no doubt down to the sweet spearmint and white jasmine which are said to enhance our senses to energise and revive. Because of this I feel like the Moroccan Mint Tea Reviving Fizzing Bath Bombs are best for use on a morning when you’re much more likely to require a good old waking up as they’re really quite refreshing.
Overall I’d say these products are pretty good. I thoroughly enjoyed trying them out and I’ve got to admit, I’m loving the fun, yet clean packaging.
Are you a fan of bath bombs?