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We Rated Lush's Halloween Bath Bombs On A Scale Of One To Insta-Worthy

It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it.

Every fall, Lush debuts a collection of spooky soaps, bath bombs, and shimmer bars for Halloween. Like the dedicated spa-obsessed people we are, we decided to test a bunch and rate them in a selfie test (because anyone who says they don't Snapchat from the tub is a liar).

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First up: The Boo luxury bath melt, which turned the water a spooky-cool opaque color.

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Carl's rating? "I'll give it a 7, because if you had a glass of wine and a nice filter? Boom."

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Next: The Lord Of Misrule bath bomb, made with patchouli oil and black pepper oil.

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Jazzmyne rated it a 7. "The smells are pretty consistent—I like that dark spiciness."

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The Autumn Leaf bath bomb made us feel like a metamorphosis was happening before our eyes.

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But while Lindsay was into the changing colors, she wasn't so sure it was Insta-worthy once the colors all combined. "If you think of spring turning into fall, that's what it looks like—but if you think of puke, that's what it looks like too."

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We decided to get a little crazy for the next bath, combining a Pumpkin bath bomb and a Sparkly Pumpkin bubble bar.

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Carl was into the bath bomb, but the bubble bar left him feeling a little unsure.

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The verdict? Still a 9, because that orange water is Halloween AF.

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And finally, we all hopped in the tub together for the last test: The Monsters' Ball bath bomb, which is basically just a gigantic cartoon cyclops head.

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The winner of the selfie test? The Monsters' Ball, of course.

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TBH, though, they were all pretty ~bomb.~

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