Laval lamp magma.
The lava lamp made its major breakthrough as early as the 60s and was a persistent trend until the beginning of the 70s. The trend with the lava lamp was reborn in the 90s and has not disappeared from our homes ever since. It may not really be that strange, as this magic lamp is both fun and a beautiful interior decoration with a little movement.
The lava lamp contains two different liquids where the water is heated from below by the incandescent lamp. As the water heats up, the wax in the container begins to move up and down the water, creating a magical effect and lovely movements in the lamp's light.
When the wax is on the bottom of the lamp container, the heat of the bulb causes the wax to rise upwards. When the wax has risen all the way up, it comes so far from the lamp that it cools again and begins to sink down again. Then the wax collides with the wax that is rising and the wax therefore moves completely randomly in the container.