After making my original post with gothy/witchy bath and beauty companies, I couldn’t help but look for more. While I absolutely love all of the previous companies I posted about, there is no better feeling than having more options. Seeing so many spooky bath and body shops puts a smile on my face- it’s like Halloween all year around!
As you go through this list, be aware that not all of the shops are vegan! Some of them are, but most simply carry vegan items. I will specify which shops are vegan, and which only carry vegan items.
I hope you enjoy these shops as much as I do!
1. HEX BOMB
Hex Bomb is a small bath bomb company made up of only six different bath bombs, but that hasn’t stopped how popular they are. They can be found through the Bella Muerte Clothing site as they are somewhat a sub-company within Bella Muerte.
Completely vegan, these bath bombs aim to deliver the darkest, bloodiest, gothiest bath colors you have ever seen. With names such as “Bathory Bloodbath,”Hell Hath No Fury,” and “Black As Your Soul,” these bombs truly are for those of us with an affinity to the darker side of the spectrum.
These are only some of the colors that they have, but Hell Hath No Fury is by far, the darkest red I have seen as a bath bomb. For those that want to bathe in the blood of thine enemies, or simply have a love for the sanguine, look no further- your bloody bath bomb awaits you!
Price: These go for 3 sterling pounds each, which is about $1.50. Talk about affordable!
2. THE MAD BOMBERS
The Mad Bombers is absolutely one of my favorites on this list for its uniqueness, insane creativity, and the extensive list of products to choose from that continuously grows. This incredibly talented creator makes Halloween-inspired soaps, bath bombs, face and lip scrubs, and even horror bathroom decor.
Can you believe that this is a soap???
While most of her products are not vegan (yet!), there are still a few items to choose from. I sent her a message and she has confirmed that the soap base she uses is vegan. She is unsure whether the soap colorants are vegan as well, but going forward, she has said she will be purchasing specifically vegan soap colorants.
Bath bombs for us graveyard ghouls.
Even if there aren’t many vegan options right now, I love following her instagram page to see the wonderful creations she makes. This shop is as spooky, horror and Halloween-inspired as it gets! All of The MAD Bombers’ pieces are simply to die for.
Price: Soaps range from $4.50-$12, Bath bombs from $3-$13.99, and Face/Lip scrubs from $5.50-$10.
3. MAGICK AND MACABRE CO.
True to its name, Magick and Macabre is not only a shop for bats and ghouls, but also for those who are into the more magickal and witchy side of the spectrum. Along with bath bombs and soaps, this shop also sells crystals, some magickal supplies, jewelry, melts, candles, candle holders, and a monthly subscription called “Witch Bitch.”
Gorgeous wine and roses scented bath bomb.
This shop is mostly vegan when it comes to their bath products. The items that are not vegan will be specified in the description. Fortunately, there are plenty of creepy and cute items for us vegans to choose from!
Adorably spooky bath bombs.
Magick and Macabre is probably the most eclectic shop in this list since it contains more than just bath products. With such a wide variety to choose from, as well as that wicked cool subscription box, this shop is definitely worth checking out.
Fantastically eerie body soap.
Price: Bath bombs range from $3.50-$9.50, Soaps go for $5, Monthly Subscription for $30, and everything else ranges from $1.10-$200.
4. GHOULISH DELIGHTS BATH
If you’re looking for a true horror-inspired bath shop, look no further because Ghoulish Delights Bath is it. Made by an Esthetician, these products not only scream horror to the core, but they’re also made with skincare knowledge in mind. Completely natural and vegan, these bath and body products are exactly what you, and your skin, have been waiting for.
Each face mask is made for different skin needs.
What makes Ghoulish Delights products stand out from the rest is that each one is created with the inspiration of some of our favorite horror titles. With names such as the ones above, each taken from horror movie/tv characters or monsters, you can’t help but instantly fall in love. And have you seen that logo? Absolutely killer!
In addition to face masks, they also sell body scrubs, bath bombs, and body butters. The only downside is that there are only thirteen items in total to choose from, but luckily for us, she will be expanding her collection soon.
Pinhead’s puzzle box bath bombs. This is the epitome of horror fandom!
Price: Face Masks go for $8, Body Butters for $12, Bath Bombs range from $6-$7, and Body Scrubs range from $12-$13.50.
5. BATH SABBATH
Not as into the spooky, but more into the hardcore side of things? Bath Sabbath has got you covered! Inspired by all things brutal and metal, this shop is one that everyone can enjoy. Even greater still is that this shop is mostly vegan, with the exception of their beard wax. That’s right- beard wax. As well as beard oil and epic soaps geared towards the bearded vikings in the metal/goth scene.
EDIT: They have vegan beard wax as well!
For the bearded folk, how could you possibly resist names likes this??
Some beard oils along with their wax counterparts.
While mostly focused on the beard products, Bath Sabbath still makes sure to please those without facial hair. Incorporating horror and/or metal elements into every product, this shop’s soaps don’t disappoint with the craftsmanship and detail of mythological creatures, brutal historical figures, viking weapons, and more. The owner has even created a coffee soap named “Duncan Hills” in honor of the greatest band in the world, Dethklok (Don’t get that reference? Check out Metalocalypse!).
Mjolnir and Vlad Dracula soaps.
Medusa and Krampus soaps. Just look at that stunning detail!
Price: Soaps range from $8.77-$21.94, Ointments and Oils from $17.55-$48.26 (the most expensive ones are sets), Bath Salts from $14.62-$29.25, and Perfume from $14.62-$43.87. These items are definitely on the pricier side compared to the other shops, but the quality of the work is certainly worth it.
6. SUGAR AND SPITE BATHERY
Have you ever dreamed of being transported back to the Victorian or Edwardian eras to experience the wonders and horrors of Frankenstein, the seances held by Houdini, the dark world of Poe, or even the ghastly and frightening universe of Vanessa Ives? From the fact to the fiction of the Victorian, this decadent shop invites you to experience vintage fantasies. Unlike the actual Victorian era, Sugar and Spite is home to almost all vegan products, save for the occasional one with beeswax or dairy milk. Make sure to check the item descriptions to be absolutely sure.
All Sugar and Spite soaps are vegan!
I can’t get over how absolutely beautiful all of Sugar and Spite’s products are. There is an elegance to them in terms of presentation. It truly does feel as I have been transported to a Victorian fantasy of monsters and spirits that can only be combated with these stunning products. That, and Vanessa Ives’ wardrobe. Am I right, or am I right?
Soy wax melts and body cream.
What I was pleasantly surprised by is the amount of products that there are. From perfume to melting wax, to body cream to shower gel, each section in the shop draws from 47 different scents to choose from, all which can be found here. 47 scents is pretty impressive, isn’t it??
Price: Soaps go for $5, Perfume ranges from $9-$12.50, Body Lotion for $12, Wax Melt shots for $2, and Shower Gels for $8.50.
I hope this list contains at least one shop you absolutely love. I know I will definitely be making plenty of orders to try out several of these products. May your bath and beauty experience be graced with spookiness and beyond.