These Horror Movie-Themed Bath Bombs Are Surprisingly Affordable, Minus The Cost Of Never Sleeping Again

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Baths are a time to kick back, relax, and pretend it's not weird that we're hanging out in a steamy bowl of our juices. Unless, that is, you prefer your baths to be a little spooky, because who doesn't enjoy feeling scared while sitting naked in their bathroom? If you do find yourself wishing bath time was just a little bit creepier, you'll be thrilled to hear about these bath bombs inspired by scary movies.

The hair-raising bathing accessories are produced by the California indie beauty brand Loquita Bath and Body, and are carved and painted into the shape of some of the the scariest movie monsters, like Chucky from Child's Play Eric Draven from The Crow a T-Rex eye from Jurassic Park and a pair of purple lips inspired Nancy Downs from The Craft.

"NIGHTMARE TERRORIZER OF THE 80'S AND 90'S HE IS CUTE BUT OH SO EVIL!" the site's description of the Chucky bath bomb reads.

"INSPIRED BY THE LIPS OF ONE OF OUR FAV BADDIES OF THE 90S, NANCY DOWNS! THIS BOMB WILL SPIT OUT A TOY SCORPION OUT JUST LIKE THE ENDING SCENE OF THE CRAFT" says The Craft bath bomb's description.

Loquita Bath and Body
Loquita Bath and Body
Loquita Bath and Body
Loquita Bath and Body

While watching Chucky's round, ginger, angry head dissolve in the water around you may look deliciously creepy, we can't exactly tell you what the experience will smell like, since the website doesn't have descriptions of each bath bomb's smell. If I had to guess though, I would imagine the Chucky one might smell like burnt hair, and the T-Rex one like raw meat.

These scary bath bombs are only $6, but sadly, most of them have already sold out, either to fans of the horror genre, or people eager to scare their roommates in the tub. Fortunately, Loquita has a ton of other cool accessories, including a Nokia brick phone bath bomb, for when you want to relive the glory days of playing Snake and texting with T-9, and a Troll Doll bath bomb to transport you back to the '90s.

And if horror movie and nostalgia bath bombs aren't for you, check out the controversial pizza bath bomb, or LUSH's enchanting Harry Potter bath bomb. Because if you're going to hang out in a steamy bowl of your own juices, it might as well be entertaining.