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Bath Bombs or Bath Fizzies?

Updated on January 17, 2018

Bath Bombs or Fizzies - What's the difference?

Do you know the difference between bath bombs and fizzies? Find out the real difference between these two bath time treats and how you can enjoy soaking up the benefits of bath bombs.

For those of us who love to soak in a hot bath after a hard days work, we are investing bath bombs & bath fizzies, to find out what the difference actually is!

By the time you've read through this, you'll be diving into the bathroom for a long, hot soak!

So relax, unwind and let us do the work.

Bath Bombs
Bath Bombs

What's the difference?

It's simple...

Bath bombs, bath fizzies, fizzy bath bombs and more... who's knows what the difference is and what they do?!

We've investigated to find out and thought it's something worth sharing!

You'll be glad to know that there is no major difference between a bath bomb, bath fizzies and fizzy bath bombs.

Generally speaking bath bombs come in a solid form and bath fizzies are available in a grain form, which is also known as bath salts. However, you will often come across bath bombs that are referred to as bath fizzies.Why is this?

Quite simple really... a solid bath fizzie is a solid form homogeneous mixture that is made up using amorphous grains. By including sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and other ingredients to add to the colour, scent, aroma and therapeutic benefits, you create what's more commonly known as a bath bomb.

Both bath bombs and solid bath fizzies are nonreactive when dry, however, add them to your bath and watch them dissolve, whilst fizzing throughout your bath.

Benefits of Bath Bombs
Benefits of Bath Bombs

What are the benefits of bath bombs?

Bath bombs create a luxurious bath time, helping you to relax, unwind and forget about your troubles.

They can also be used in aromatherapy, a complementary and alternative medicine. Aromatherapy bath bombs uses essential oils to create an aroma, which can aid healing.

These specific bath bombs are used for therapeutic purposes and can bring a sense of calm and well being.

Struggling to sleep?

Why not try a Lavender Seed Bath Bomb, this is a classic bath bomb that is used to reduce stress, bring a sense of calm. Use before bedtime for a good nights sleep.

Suffering with a cold and congestion?

Try a lemon and eucalyptus bath bomb to help awaken your senses. The lemon aroma will help uplift you, whilst the scent of eucalyptus helps to relieve bold noses and congestion.

Whatever you're looking for out of a bath bomb, you're sure to end up feeling all warm inside.

Bath Fizzies
Bath Fizzies

Bath Bombs in all shapes & sizes!

Now you just need to choose from the huge array of shapes, sizes, colours & scents!

With 1,000s of different bath bombs available, you'll be sure to find what you're looking for. From heart shapes, mini balls to jumbo bath bombs and even cake shaped ones!

Bath bombs and fizzies will make a fabulous treat for yourself or why not share your love of bath bombs and give them an extra special gift... the gift of time and self indulgence!

We love the classic jumbo bath bombs, which last much longer than any we've tested.

Bath Bombs for Xmas
Bath Bombs for Xmas

Bath Bombs make the perfect gift this Christmas

Stuck for gift ideas this Christmas? I adore bath bombs, they give me the perfect opportunity to relax, destress and unwind after a long day working.

The way the bubbles fizz beneath me, gives off a pleasant tickling sensation that makes me giggle to myself. My hot bath turns into something that little bit special. The water turns milky, which leaves my skin feeling ultra soft. Whilst the gorgeous aromas fill the air, as I take a deep breath in and gently release, I feel my whole body relax further into the bath.

This is my time, no one can disturb me... the kids are tucked up in bed and my husband's keeping himself busy with a new computer game. It's not often I get moments like this, so I make the most of every second.

Every Christmas, I share my love of bath bombs with my friends and family... everyone gets one in their stocking as a little gift and they almost expect it with anticipation now.

What do you prefer in the bath?

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    • Deborah Minter profile image

      Deborah Minter 

      19 months ago from U.S, California

      I love Bath bombs and fizzies....

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      6 years ago

      Wow perfect tip for valentines day, thanks mate!

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      6 years ago

      Valentine's Day is coming up so i think i will be getting some bath bombs for my other half.

      If women are looking for gifts for their other half i would check out

    • FreesimGuy LM profile imageAUTHOR

      FreesimGuy LM 

      7 years ago

      @jimmyworldstar: You should try it, they are amazing and will de-stress you, helping you to sleep. Let us know how you get on.

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      7 years ago

      Well I guess the lavender seed bath bomb is what I need. Been having trouble sleeping lately due to stress and long hours at work.

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      Cynthia Davis 

      7 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Thanks for explaining the difference and what bath bombs actually do. Must try on my next bath.

      Blessed by a Squid Angel**


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