Monday, 3 February 2014

Miss Patisserie Fizzy bath balls - Flower chick review

Photograph credit: Miss Patisserie's profile picture on Facebook here.


 I first came across Miss Patisserie's products at the Clothes Show Live in Birmingham. I was attracted to the gorgeous displays, the marvellous handcrafted items and the delicious aroma. I also absolutely adore the design of their website. It is so clever how the hanging baskets swing as though in the wind when you hover your cursor over them.

 I was very kindly sent over three new fizzy balls to try out. As soon as I opened the package I first noticed the divine scents and then as I opened the the black and white individual bags I was met with the bright colours and fabulous designs of the fizzy balls. The three I was sent to try out were the *Flower chick egg (which I'm reviewing today and would make a great gift at Easter,) *The Bunch of Roses ( which would be perfect for Valentine's Day) and the *Jungle Flowers. Jungle Flowers and Bunch of Roses are priced at a very reasonably £2.40 each whilst the Flower Chick is £1 more as it is larger.
As well as these bath fizzes they also sell bath bakes, lip products and body scrubs which I would love to try out.

Miss Patisserie was founded in 2009 by Charlotte Ridgwell. The company started in her kitchen where her first 'Bath cake' was created.
Their aim is to make the user feel extra special whilst using their products and put the fun back into bath time. Natural ingredients are used in their products and are not tested on animals which is fantastic as I am an animal lover.
You can buy Miss Patisserie's products at Harrods, Fenwicks, Bentalls, Clothes Show Live, Online and in selected independent stores. They are also at the Spring Fair at the NEC Birmingham from the 2nd- 6th February.


The bath products were carefully packaged in a cardboard box to ensure that the delicate fizzies arrive in one piece. Inside the box the fizzy balls were wrapped in these black and white striped paper bags which reminded me of sweeties. The bath fizzies have a fantastic strong scent as such when I had them out in my living room, the aroma hits you in a delicious wave and makes the room smell gorgeous.


From left to right; Jungle Flowers, Bunch of Roses and Flower chick.


Look at the design of them! I like how the little roses are peeking out of the bath fizzy and I adore the vibrant colours of the other two.


Bunch Of Roses close-up


Close up of Jungle Flowers.




Flower Chick.


I adore the design of the Flower Chick. It is a large sized egg with candy coloured sprinkles and would make an adorable Easter gift. This really reminded me of a dragon egg perhaps because of the colour. I would therefore rename it 'Sprinkles of Candy Dragon.'



You can see the size of the egg compared with my hand here. With moving house the egg crumbled a little as they are quite delicate.


As I popped the egg into my bath water it started to fizz and the amazing purple colour started to spread in the water. The fizzy created white moisturising bubbles which felt super soft on touch.



The bath fizzy was a generous size and the scent was absolutely lovely. The water felt smoothing and relaxing. As I got out of the bath I noticed straight away that my skin was really soft and the scent had stayed on my skin. 
I would highly recommend this company and especially this bath fizzy.

This is the most gorgeous purple shade I have ever seen. I want a dress in this colour now and a coat, shoes and matching hairband!
Photo belongs to Miss Patisserie taken from their page here.
Have you tried out anything from Miss Patisserie before?

Love Laura xoxo

*PR items kindly sent for review.