Gaea Bath Bombs Review

Close up photo of 5 bath bombs from Gaea ontop of a white bedside table

It's no secret that I love bath bombs, my pamper nights always consist of one and recently I have been trying to branch out into smaller businesses to support. So, when I was contacted by Catalin from Gaea to try out some of their bath bombs I was ecstatic and couldn't say no.


Please note that I was sent these products from Gaea store to try out but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Bath bombs are one of my favourite products to buy, I really enjoy running a bath, putting on some ambient music, some candles and climbing into a bath whilst dropping in a bath bomb to help me melt away and get rid of the days stresses. For me, a bath bomb has to smell good, perform in the water well and make the water feel good, so, I was excited to put Gaea's bombs to the test. 

I was sent five bath bombs from Gaea; Perla Del Mar, Wakey, Madagascar, Firefly and Goddess of nature. They all came wrapped in some beautiful black tissue paper in a box that fitted them perfectly, there was no wasted space which I really appreciate as I hate those boxes that have a few products in them but could fit the whole store, I hate waste so it was nice that the package was a good size. 

Wakey

Description from Gaea

When even your bath tub needs a coffee. With fresh ground coffee to invigorate your skin, mango and shea butter to moisturize it; accompanied by wild coconut and hibiscus aroma.

Ingredients:
sodium hydrogen carbonate, citric acid, potassium hydrogen tartrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, syntethic, powder colouring, glycerin, organic coconut oil, grape seed oil, avocado oi, perfume, polysorbate 80, witch hazel.

Perla Del Mar

Description from Gaea

Summer in a shell (literally!) and lucky enough to find a precious pearl. Mermaids trying to enchant you with light and breezy notes of sparkling lemon, zesty lime and crips apple with a delicate aroma of jasmine and freesia; and lure you in the bath tub!

Ingredients:
sodium hydrogen carbonate, citric acid, potassium hydrogen tartrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, syntethic, powder colouring, glycerin, organic coconut oil, grape seed oil, avocado oi, lavandula angustifolia, polysorbate 80, witch hazel.

Goddess of Nature

Description from Gaea

Fall in love and get in a romantic mood. Get surrounded by British roses and musk fragrance combined with creamy foam and shea butter which will soften and hydrate your skin. Let yourself being carried away in the goddess bathtubs filled with milk and flowers.

Ingredients: sodium hydrogen carbonate, citric acid, potassium hydrogen tartrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, syntethic mica powder, glycerin, organic coconut oil, grape seed oil, avocado oil, perfume, polysorbate 80, witch hazel.



FireFly

Description from Gaea

Charging by day, glowing by night. The same as a firefly, it has to be kept in bright light before turning off the lights and see the magic happening. The foamy and bubbly firefly will lighten your way to a perfect bath time. Dimmed lights to recreate your senses, mango butter to soften your skin, berry and melon aromas; just get carried away.

Ingredients:
sodium hydrogen carbonate, citric acid, potassium hydrogen tartrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, syntethic, powder colouring, glycerin, organic coconut oil, grape seed oil, avocado oi, perfume, polysorbate 80, witch hazel.


Madagascar

Description from Gaea

Discover the Madagascar jungle secrets and dive in exotic aromas of juicy apple, orange, tonka beans and cassis accompanied by a rush of fresh aldehydes. The hidden colours from the tropics will be revealed whilst the bomb dissolves.

Ingredients:
sodium hydrogen carbonate, citric acid, potassium hydrogen tartrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, syntethic, powder colouring, glycerin, organic coconut oil, grape seed oil, avocado oi, lavandula angustifolia, polysorbate 80, witch hazel.



All the bath bomb scents were lovely, but Perla Del Mar was by far my favourite because it was strong, but not over powering and the next day after my bath you could still smell it on my skin which was dreamy. Each one has their own unique scent which filled the bathroom and transported me to a relaxing place as I soaked in the water. It was great using bath bombs that were of grade A quality and from a small business because it just cemented in my mind that you really do get a whole other experience when you shop small businesses, ones that pour their heart and soul into the products they are creating. 

I could sit here and type out how I felt the bath bombs preformed, but instead I have put together a video which shows you the bath bombs in all their glory out and in the water where I go through what I thought of each one. See below. 




Over all I am in love with Gaea and even though Madagascar was "broken" I didn't care because it brought a whole other expensive to my bath that night where I used it as bath crumble instead. The water looked so pretty with the different areas doing their own thing and creating a magical relaxing experience as I soaked away in the water, with the stress of life melting away.



When I get paid, I am for sure buying a load of bath bombs from Gaea, there is so much choice on their site which makes it really hard to choose a selection, so if I can, I'll be snapping up the whole range! There are some great deals where you can grab a bargain like £10 off when you spend £30 plus you get FREE standard delivery on all orders over £20. And I have a treat for you, 20% off site wide with code: JORDANNE20

There's no reason not to snag some of these amazing bath bombs with their great prices and amazing deals. So if you're a bath bomb lover like me, what are you waiting for? Support a small business and get some absolutely beautiful bath products in the process.



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3 comments

  1. These look fantastic! I've had a look on their website and there's some wonderful looking bath bombs on there! I'm a massive fan of snow fairy from lush, but as its only available at Christmas time I have to stockpile it. The 'candyfloss' bomb from Gaea could be my solution - at a fraction of the price too!

    Em xx
    www.emsworldblog.com

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  2. Thanks for sharing your review these look lovely and the smells sound great to :)

    Nic | Nic's Adventures & Bakes

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  3. These bath bombs are so cute!. I actually love the look of the "Perla Del Mar" one, it's so pretty!.
    Charlie | www.alittleglossy.com

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