So back when I ordered pretty much all of the bath bombs that Lush has to offer a while ago, I ordered Geo Phyzz. Geo Phyzz is a pretty small and basic looking bath bomb that I’d normally never really go for. It doesn’t look that interesting to me and I’m sure that it’s not going to be #bathart or anything like that. However, I did want to give it a try for once. After all this is one of the cheaper bath bombs Lush has to offer and I’m always down for a more affordable bath. So I bought it, tried it and today I’m here with the review. If you’re interested in finding out what Geo Phyzz is like, make sure you continue reading this post!
Like I said Geo Phyzz is a pretty small bath bomb. I think it’s about half the size of a regular bath bomb. If I had to compare it to some kind of object in terms of size I’d say it has the size of a table tennis ball. Maybe a touch bigger, but not much. Even though size might seem important at times, in Lush products I don’t think it always says that much about what it’s going to be like in the tub.
In terms of looks I don’t think Geo Phyzz is the prettiest bath bomb in the world, but in a way it does look kind of interesting. It has a mint green colour and a lot of brown coloured specks all over it. It isn’t perfectly round and that makes it look cool and earthy. A little spoiler alert, but there’s also lots of sea salt in this bath bomb. That might be one of the reasons why this bomb isn’t perfectly rounded.
All in all the Geo Phyzz bath bomb might not be the most appealing to the eye or the most interesting looking bath bomb in the world, but in a way it does like it has something to offer. I was pretty curious to see what it was going to be like in the tub.
On the Lush website they say the following about their Geo Phyzz Bath Bomb:
Calling all earth lovers and nature worshippers – Geo Phyzz will help to ground your feet back on terra firma. Traverse across mountains, through the pines and mossy forests, until you reach the sea. Breathe in the brisk air, a blend of clarifying red Hawaiian sea salt, oakmoss, seaweed absolute and cypress oil. Find perspective and let your worries fizzle away into the waters.”
And that does sound pretty cool if I’m honest. It gives me the idea that this is going to be a very earthy but also sea-like bath bomb. I imagined the scent would be fresh like the sea with a hint of earthiness. Like a lake in the woods kind of vibe. In real life that’s actually quite a reasonable description of what this bath bomb smells like. I would say that it’s quite a subtle scent, it’s not very strong or overpowering. However, it is really nice and natural smelling. It’s a relaxing scent I think everyone could like. I wouldn’t say it’s super unique and I’m head over heels in love with it, but I do definitely like it.
The main ingredient in the Geo Phyzz bath bomb is coarse sea salt, which helps to cleanse and exfoliate the skin without stripping it. Second on the list is sodium bicarbonate, which is in pretty much all Lush products, followed by citric acid and red Hawaiian sea salt. Fifth on the list is perfume, which does surprise me because the scent isn’t that strong at all. Below that is cypress oil, sandalwood oil, pine absolute and seaweed absolute. There’s also water, gardenia extract, oakmoss extract, limonene, linaool and colour 42053 in here. All in all I do think that there’s quite a nice selection of ingredients in this bath bomb, which is something I didn’t expect.
Enough about the ingredients and the smell, let’s look at the tub-action. I have to say that Geo Phyzz isn’t all that interesting in the tub and that didn’t surprise me. These more basic bath bombs from Lush usually won’t wow you with crazy effects. Geo Phyzz actually sinks to the bottom of the tub almost instantly. It starts to fizz and it bursts green colour through the water. I do like the look of the green colour spreading to the water, that looks quite interesting. Once it’s done the whole tub has that kind of earthy green colour and I do think it looks rather pretty. Not super special, but I like it anyway.
Because I didn’t really reed into this bath bomb before I bought and used it, I had no idea that it would be filled with sea salt. I only discovered it one I got into the tub. The sea salt had sunken to the bottom of the tub and there was quite a lot of it. I do like the presence of sea salt, it did actually make my body feel nice and clean, but you do have to be careful not to step on it. That can hurt.
Aside from the green colour and the sea salt Geo Phyzz isn’t that exciting. I didn’t think that it had much of a hydrating effect on my skin and it wasn’t too interesting. It was a nice experience, it felt refreshing, but that’s it.
All in all I do think that Geo Phyzz is a great bath bomb considering the lower price point. I like the green colour, the earthy scent and the sea salt in there. On the other hand I don’t think it’s that exciting at all. It’s nothing special and in the future I might prefer spending a little bit more and getting a cooler bath than saving and getting this one again. But then again I didn’t hate it, it was refreshing and it’s great if you prefer a more simple no-fuzz bath. Long story short: not too special, but nice. I’m glad I gave it a try!
And with that being said I’m going to end today’s post. Thank you guys so much for reading it and be sure to let me know what you think of Geo Phyzz, would you buy it?