Gelicity Spa Jelly Bath Review
I’ve been curious about the Gelicity Spa Jelly Bath for a few years now, and was excited that Find Me A Gift finally gave me a chance to try it for myself. Would it feel cold to the touch?Would it be like bathing in Jello? How on earth would I get rid of it when I was done?
Now there’s actually a point to a SPA JELLY BATH, other than how crazy awesome it looks. The jelly is meant to soothe skin and relieve muscle joints.. ok, what a good bubble bath does anyways, but with FAR MORE FUN (hence the capitalization).
I got the deluxe version which came in a huge ass box. This included TWO treatments, one called Soothe and one called Relax. The box had two smaller boxes inside it, and in each of those boxes were two small bags, saying Gelicity Bath Step One and Step Two.
To use you sprinkle the WHOLE of Step One under running water and watch the water turn a curious green shade (the one I opted for). It felt a little wasteful to use all of the crystals, but I wanted the proper experience, so I gritted my teeth and poured. I stirred it a little with my hands, and after 10 minutes the bath was full.. and green!
I nervously stepped into it- the water was warm , and the gel capsules had turned into tiny little beads that felt strange to touch and made it super slippery. The gel beads/bath felt nice, and I was surprised by how ‘bathlike’ it felt as I’d expected it to have a jelly texture when it was a little more like lumpy bubbles.
Gelicity say that the spa jelly bath will keep water longer for 3x as much time, but I was in for around 30 minutes and didn’t really notice (but my baths are HOT in general).
When I was done, I sprinkled in the Step Two (called Gelicity Spa Jelly Bath Dissolver) and swirled it round. You can stay in the bath while you do this, as Step Two is salt based, and the packet said I could enjoy a salt bath after the jelly bath if I so wished. Amazingly, all bubble dissolved really quickly, and the colour did not stain the bath, the floor, or me!
The big ass box!
It was a cool experience- I don’t know if I’d do it everyday, but it was fun trying it out, and it really did feel like I was trying something special.