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Bath Bombs and Body Washes: Indulge with Spooky Bath Products

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We’ve all been there. It’s Friday night, and after a long week of work and casting curses on people who have cut you off in traffic, you are ready to unwind with a nice, long soak in the tub…Only to find that you are out of virgins’ blood. However, darklings are nothing if not resourceful, and we always keep a stash of potions and black bath bombs for just such an occasion. Read on for some super-spooky indie bath product companies to try out the next time you’re looking to stock up.

Ghoulish Delights Bath Shop

This “Skincare for the Macabre” is handmade in witchy New England by a licensed esthetician. Ghoulish Delights makes a delectable variety of skincare, scrubs, body washes, and more. Items are made in small batches and regularly restocked, so if you are dying for something and it’s unavailable, sign up for the newsletter and follow them @ghoulishdelightsbath for updates. Ghouls with sensitive skin will appreciate that face are fragrance- and color-free. Body wash and other scented items are made with organic essential oils. All items are phthalate-free, soy-free, non-GMO, cruelty-free, and vegan. You can buy products online at Ghoulish Delights Bath Shop. Products can also be bought from Witch City Wicks, 302A Essex St., Salem, MA 01970; follow them @witchcitywicks.

The MAD Bombers

For a little creep before your sleep, indulge yourself at night with “Bath products to DIE for” from The MAD Bombers out of Seattle, WA. Their bath bombs and sets run the gamut from horror-themed to the occult to religious iconography. All products are highly detailed and handmade using high quality essential oils. Cruelty-free. You can buy products at The MAD Bombers. You can follow them @themadbombers.

Bomb Diggy! Bath & Beauty

For the coolest bath bombs based on pop culture, movies, and music, you must pay a virtual visit to Bomb Diggy! This home-based indie company specializes in fun bath products such as bath bombs, bubblers, and scrubs that draw inspiration from a variety of pop culture genres from horror to nerdy to 80s and 90s nostalgia. Everything is sulfate-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, cruelty-free, and vegan. Buy products from Bomb Diggy! Bath and Beauty, and be sure to make an account to take advantage of their rewards points program. Their limited edition Mercury bath bombs are also available via The Poisoners Guild. Follow them @bombdiggybath for updates on restocks and new products.


Indulge your love of zombies with products that are good for you. Bloodbath offers premium bath and body products made from organic, free-trade ingredients and packaged in classy retro packaging featuring their zombie pin-up girl mascot. All products are paraben-free, nut oil free, and have no artificial colors. Cruelty-free and vegan. You can buy their products from Bloodbath. You can follow them @bloodbathproducts.


Have you ever been shopping and thought, “I really wish I could find a Lorena Bobbitt-themed bath bomb?” We know we have. Staying true to its name, Psycho Bombers has one to be remembered, plus many more exquisitely horrific bath bombs for darklings of all kinds. If bath bombs aren’t your thing, try out their soaps or Bubble Bitch Dust. They also make fun, colorful, safe bath bombs for kids of all ages. The company is owned by a retired nurse who is dedicated to inventing and creating better, safer, and more colorful naturally scented bath products. Items are handmade from all natural ingredients and are cruelty-free. Products can be purchased from Psycho Bombers. You can follow them at Psycho Bombers on Facebook.

The Bubbling Cauldron

Dark-themed concoctions abound at The Bubbling Cauldron. Choose among exfoliating scrubs (some with surprises hidden inside), magical fizzing powders, lush creams, and spooky-shaped soaps. Gift sets are available. All items are handmade, cruelty-free, and tested only on zombies. You can buy products at The Bubbling Cauldron. You can follow them @bubblingcauldronbath.

Nightshades Cellar

Visit Nightshades Cellar for goth-friendly bath bombs including classic black coffins and bombs packed into skull-shaped goblets. This small business also creates wonderful monthly boxes with themes such as Tim Burton, Psycho, and The Crow. Handmade, cruelty-free, and vegan. You can buy products from Nightshades Cellar or on Etsy at NightshadesCellar. You can follow them @nightshadescellar.

Feature image of Ghoulish Delights Bath Shop products via @marylikesthis

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About The Author

Rachel Runyan is a darkly inclined alternative beauty enthusiast from the Pacific Northwest. She has degrees in Journalism and English. When not writing about makeup, she enjoys using makeup, looking at makeup, buying makeup, and talking to people on the internet about makeup.

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