Lush's New Halloween Bath Bombs Are Getting Us In The Spirit Of The Season

For the bath bomb-obsessed, fall is the best time of the year to start stocking up. As soon as the air starts to turn nippy after 6 p.m., you have an excuse to draw yourself a warm bath after a long day at the office (not like you needed an excuse, anyway). And while you're leaning into some cozy, seasonal R&R, you should have the proper frills to set the mood.
Enter: Lush's just-launched Halloween bath collection. The entire line is full of bath bombs — a nice mix of spooky and sweet — that you'll want to have around even after October 31. Whatever your fragrance leanings, zippy citrus or spicy pachouli, you'll find your new favorite bath bomb with a little Halloween flare, ahead.
Click through, grab a few (they're all $7), then sit back, relax, and enjoy the sea of fluffy orange bubbles.
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Black cats are unfairly associated with bad luck, especially around Halloween, but this little guy and his bulging yellow eyes mean no harm. Put all your superstitions to rest by crumbling this kitty up into a running bath and luxuriating in the bright bergamot-scented water.
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This is the Halloween bath bomb you buy for your mom, because it couples the purest, least spooky seasonal frills: pumpkins and glitter.
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Buy a single creepy eyeball, or spring for a set.
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This one-eyed monster is so cute, you might actually feel sad to see him crumble into a foamy pool of purple.
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This green orb is technically a Halloween launch, but we'll be buying it long past the end of October because of the spicy herbal blend of patchouli and black-pepper oil that wafts through our bathroom every time we plop it in the tub.
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The newest formulation of the brand's slippery jelly bomb, this goopy lavender orb smells like a zesty mix of tangerine and grapefruit, is infused with skin-softening seaweed, and has a little white ghost figure etched on the side. Cute, but creepy.
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If your personal nightmare includes a soak in your grimy apartment bathtub, Lush has non-bath bomb things to help you get into the spirit, too. Those who strictly shower can grab this bar of soap that's shaped like a ghost and glows in the dark... which is almost as scary as that black mold creeping up your bathroom wall.

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