Bath & Body Works, Beauty Reviews

Bath & Body Works A Thousand Wishes Bath Fizzy Review

A few days ago I did a review and video about the brand new Bath & Body Works Bath Fizzes and I wanted to do a more extensive review based on some of the questions I got so I decided to review the A Thousand Wishes Bath Fizzy.

The round bath fizzies are about the size of a pool ball and appear to be machine made. They are uniform in size, color and design, unlike Lush which are all handmade.

The bath fizzes are very compact and dense and the A Thousand Wishes scent has what appears to be some sort of crystals (in gold) on the surface. The crystals do fall off when rubbed.

When the bath bomb fizzy entered the water it immediately started fizzing like crazy. It has got a ton of fizz going on!

I could actually hear to fizz it was so intense. A Thousand Wishes is a bright hot pink and while it did turn my fingers pink while I was holding it the color pretty much washed off when I was done. Most people probably won’t hold the bath fizzy so I doubt staining would be a problem. It did leave a bit of residue in the sink when I was done but that wiped up quickly without staining.

The crystals on the fizzy stayed put while it was fizzing then slowly started to pop off.

Now keep in mind that I was using a sink so the color is probably a bit more concentrated but I don’t think much more, this one is pretty pink. Once the crystals came off they kind of floated on the surface and the water had a bit of an oily feel (my guess is that it’s from the coconut oil) however once I washed and dried my hands they just felt soft and not oily.

The scent did linger for a long time on my skin. I actually had people asking me all day what that gorgeous scent was! A Thousand Wishes has Pink Prosecco, Sparkling Quince, Crystal Peonies, Gilded Amber and Amaretto Crème.

If you’re not a fan of bright colors I would suggest trying Pretty As A Peach as that one has very little color.

Overall I like these bath fizzes because they correspond to Bath & Body Works scent and because I think they are a decent quality. Lush is definitely in a whole other class so I don’t really want to compare them too much.

So far the Bath & Body Works Bath Fizzes are available in A Thousand Wishes, Japanese Cherry Blossom, Love & Sunshine, Pretty As A Peach, Beautiful Day and Magic In The Air, Hello Beautiful, Endless Weekend and Sweet Pea.

I am wondering if they are coming out with more as there’s is one in the Bath & Body Works advertising that is blue with a pink rose and I’m not sure which one that is.

My fingers crossed they have these in the Christmas scents too!

I also created a video where I demo Japanese Cherry Blossom and Love & Sunshine.

I also copied the ingredient list off of the A Thousand Wishes bath fizzy… 

Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride, Maltodextrin, Canola Oil (Canola, Huile de colza), PEG-180, Fragrance (Parfum), Butyrospermum Parki, (Shea) Butter, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Sodium Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Linalool, Butylphenyl, Methylpropional, Mica, Red 33 (CI 17200), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Red 22 (CI 45380).

Price: $6.95 (but don’t forget to use your coupons)

Bath & Body Works, Beauty Reviews

Bath & Body Works Bath Fizzy Review & Demo

Today I picked up 5 of the brand new Bath & Body Works Bath Fizzies for a review and demo.

These Fizzy Bath Bombs are new to Spring 2017 and so far come in: A Thousand Wishes, Japanese Cherry Blossom, Love & Sunshine, Pretty As A Peach, Beautiful Day and Magic In The Air, Hello Beautiful, Endless Weekend and Sweet Pea. They are so pretty too.


What’s to love?

I really love bath bombs so I was curious to check out the new ones from Bath & Body Works because they have a few of the upscale elements like the crystals.

The bath bombs are wrapped in two layers of plastic so it’s hard to tell the scent in the store but once I got them home I found them to be very similar to their line scents, for example Japanese Cherry Blossom smells just like the lotion.

These are a Sodium Bicarbonate bath bombs with citric acid, sodium chloride, canola oil, shea butter and coconut oil. They also have fragrance and color. I did find that they made my hands very soft and fragrant.

I compared them to Lush a bit in my video below (and made a glorious mess…it’s hard to demo a bath bomb in a small container) but overall I think these fizzies are nice for the price.

Lush is definitely more high end to me as they are handmade and contain a lot of the natural herbs and scents however I really loved the smell and feel of these too. If you’re a fan of the Bath & Body Works scents I think you’ll probably love these bath fizzies.

In my demo the fizz was very concentrated…I also tried one out in the bath tub too. They do seem to have a lot of fizz to them which makes me think they might have a higher level of Sodium Bicarbonate. They fizz is pretty spectacular and fun as are the colors. Japanese Cherry Blossom is pink, Love & Sunshine is a gorgeous yellow and the Pretty As A Peach is pretty much clear except for the peach crystals.

Overall I definitely like these bath fizzies and they make a great gift if you pair them up with a scent line too. My MIL loves A Thousand Wishes so I’m getting her a baskets of these products for Mother’s Day and it will be fun to include the bath fizzy.

The Bath & Body Works Fizzy Bath Bombs retail for $6.95 but they always have some sort of sale and I got $10 off $30.