These Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs Will Make Your Bath Anything But Basic

Pumpkin Spice bath bomb
Atlantic Fizz

Pumpkin spice is has become so omnipresent that it's almost impossible to avoid.

You can smell like it, you can drink it, and you certainly can't avoid the obsession on social media, which means one thing — the pumpkin spice trend only has one major territory left to conquer: the bath bomb territory. (Okay, not really, but for the sake of excitement let's pretend this is the case.)

A company called Atlantic Fizz has released a Pumpkin Spice bath bomb which, one might assume, will make your bathroom smell like a Starbucks drink, in a good way. 

Atlantic Fizz

Although the company hasn't quite gotten to the Lush Cosmetics level of branding (that photo is seriously the best they could do??), the point is clear: for anyone who loves bath bombs or lattes, this is the purchase for you. 

With four quick dollars (and some small shipping fees), you can now bathe in the glory of all things Autumn. Use it on Halloween. Use it to get in the mood for Thanksgiving (this bomb probably smells something like yams, honestly). Use it in the summer because YOLO. 

The all-natural company Atlantic Fizz is definitely trying to carve a name out for itself in the bath product industry, and its pumpkin spice strategy is a good one. They're basically guaranteed to get a few million millennial women to purchase it, at the very least. 

Pumpkin Spice isn't the only bath bomb that you can get, though. Atlantic Fizz also sells Harvest Apple and Cinnamon Bun to get you in the cozy spirit. In other news, these people must really love cold weather. The Black Velvet bath bomb seems pretty cool too, although the company gives very little information as to what a black velvet bath bomb would smell like.

Although the company is showing great instincts with the pumpkin spice vibes, it has a ways to go before it can compete with the Lush Cosmetics bath bomb universe. Atlantic Fizz gives very little info about each bath bomb in the description, such as ingredients, smells, and benefits, which makes it a mild risk (albeit a very, very mild one) when you pull the plug and purchase.

But let's be honest, we're all getting one anyways. 

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