6 Halloween-y Bath Products That Are Perfect for Fall

September 20, 2021
Alanna Martine Kilkeary
By: Alanna Martine Kilkeary | skincare.com by L'Oréal
6 Halloween-y Bath Products That Are Perfect for Fall

Changing out your in-shower products is a ritual you should practice every few months, and Halloween is a surprisingly good excuse to do so. Between ombré shower jellies, crystal scrubs and dark-water bath bombs, pamper yourself and celebrate the  spooky season with the festive bath products below.

Kiehl’s Musk Bath and Shower Liquid Body Cleanser

This luxe foam body cleanser from Kiehl’s will instantly give you all the Halloween feels with its mysterious scent. You can use it as an in-shower wash or just add it to your bath for a bubbling, perfumed and sensuous finish. 

LUSH Twilight Shower Jelly

Twilight is a signature LUSH scent that will complete any Halloween-inspired skincare routine, but the Shower Jelly version is exactly what you need to kick it up a notch. This ombré jelly goes from deep purple to turquoise blue and softly breaks down into a soapy lather when lightly scrubbed onto the skin.

da Bomb Galaxy Bath Bomb

Drawing a black bath is a super fun way to get into the Halloween spirit. This black amber bath fizzer that turns your bathwater into a rich noir. After your bath, your skin will feel nourished and silky, too.

Pacifica Sugared Crystal Supercharged Body Scrub

If you want to add a crystal scrub to your routine this Halloween, opt for this energizing option. It has a combination of sugar, watermelon and quartz to gently exfoliate and soften the skin.

Sunday Riley Charcoal Exfoliating Jelly Body Scrub

This black body jelly exfoliates with salicylic acid and charcoal to clarify the skin. It works to smooth rough, bumpy skin and minimize congestion — not to mention, the consistency is super cool.

LUSH Trick or Treat Lip Scrub

This sweet-smelling lip scrub is as spooky as it is luscious. With castor oil, jojoba oil and lime oil, it has a zesty finish that leaves your lips chap and flake-free.

Photo: Chaunte Vaughn

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