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The holidays can be stressful—there’s no doubt about it. Tame the tension with a relaxing bath, courtesy of Feeling Smitten’s fizzy bath bombs. Shaped and scented like mini-cupcakes, these indulgences will melt away any hint of a Grinch-like mood in no time.
This smells nice and will make your skin soft but I just don't take baths so this product really is not for me.1
It made the water a little softer when it first melted, but other than that, it didn't do anything! I wouldn't spend that much money on it.1
As bath bombs go, this one was very disappointing. hardly fizzed at all, so no real "bomb" aspect, not much scent or skin softening. Maybe I am spoiled by other bath bombs, but this one fell seriously flat.1
I tried this product when I received it in my November box. It didn't really fizz, it smelled ok, and left glitter and 'sprinkles' in the bottom of my tub. It's really cute and would look nice in a gift, just not for me!1
I really wanted to like this. I love bath bombs; I love bath stuff in general, and this was a cute idea. But when it arrived, little pieces of the sprinkles were all through the rest of my packaging. Not a good start. When I opened it to put in the tub, it has a stupid little paper liner on it, like a real cupcake, but it won't come off, nor does it dissolve. So I had to fish out the paper during my "relaxing" soak. The bomb immediately crushed and dissolved, so there was no long-lasting effect of the cute shape (though the smell was nice!). The piece de resistance? Seeing that the darn things are $10.50 each! Not worth it.1
I love bath bombs normally, but was so disappointed by this one! First off, parts of it had totally crumbled during shipping so the while box was covered in a fine white powder, but fine, livable. But then when I went to take a bath, there wasn't any detectable scent on the product or in the bath itself, it didn't fizz or dissolve at all (I had to crumble it up under the water) and there was no noticeable "moisturizing" or other properties as far as I could tell. Really just like bathing in slightly chalky water. Glad I tried with a sample first- at $10.50 a pop, there are plenty of other way nicer bath bombs out there for a cheaper price.1
This bath bomb was the first thing I smelled as I opened my box and ... it was AWFUL! And, to top it off, the packaging was damaged, so the bomb was completely destroyed and there were pieces of it (and the sprinkles) all over everything else.
I don't believe I would ever purchase this item and, though the idea is totally cute for a gift, it just doesn't work if the presentation isn't there. It is supposed to look like a cute little cupcake, not something a child started biting in to.
I received the ribbon candy bomb and was not impressed. It had a nice scent to it before I placed it in the bath, but afterwards there was none. It did not seem to really do anything special, my skin felt like it normally does after baths. Nothing special and especially not for the price.1
I bought the full sized one a few weeks ago and finally got a chance to try it out. I must say it's not that great. I couldn't get the wrapper off so it ended up in the tub with me. There wasn't a lot of scent. The top that serves as a sugar scrub was like using a pumice stone. I'm just overall disappointed.2
I try this cute bath bomb, but it was ok. I did like the smell but other than that I don't think I would buy it.2