Bath bombs are extremely popular with adults and kids, so much so that there is a new store open in Minnesota that sells only stuff for bathtime.

The new shop has bath bombs, soaps, body scrubs, body butter, candles, and other random bathing accessories, but the shop looks more like a bakery than a bath supply store, a lot of their colorful creations are shaped like tasty treats, like cupcakes, donuts, and ice cream, but I wouldn't eat any of it.

Nectar Bath Treats is the name of the store and they have only a handful of retail locations across the country, mostly in Las Vegas and California, but a new location just opened at the Mall of America, located on Level 1, East. Their products are all made in the USA and are made from all-natural ingredients and are plant-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, and cruelty-free.

I'm just impressed how they make everything look so real, you know people are accidentally eating some of this stuff. Let's take a look at some of their amazing-looking products, you'll be shocked.

Caribbean Paradise Bath Bomb Set

This set comes with four different bath bombs, Watermelon Fizz, Pineapple Fizz, Peach Fizz, and Strawberry Fizz. Their bath bombs include ingredients like detoxifying bentonite clay, sweet almond oil, and soothing Epsom salt. This set of four is $36.

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Cupcake Soap Treats

These look so much like the real thing it's incredible. They have several different scents of these cupcake soaps, the one below is their Vanilla Birthday Cupcake Soap, they say "it's a playful vanilla blend of marshmallow fluff, sugar cane, and yellow cake with fruity notes of maraschino cherries and strawberry jam." Each of these are $14.

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Rubber Ducky Soap

Kids will have fun washing their hands with these Rubber Ducky soaps, they are $11 each and come as a unicorn, pirate, or mermaid. The unicorns are sugar scent, the mermaids are fruit smoothie scent, and the pirates come in their Caribbean Fruit scent.

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Bubble Bath Scoops

I scream you scream, we all scream for these "hand-scooped Bubble Scoop Sundaes" that create a unique bubble bath experience. These are $20 a pop and come in a variety of flavors like Peachy Lemon, Sugar Crush, Lavender Rose, Unicorn Candy, and many more, you can even mix and match flavors.

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Waffle Bath Bombs

These waffle bath bombs come in several different scents, this is their Maple Sugar Waffle Bath Bomb which is maple sugar scented and is made with detoxifying Moroccan lava clay. These waffles bath bombs at $11 each.

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Macaron Soap

Yummy! These look so delicious, but I'm sure are far from. They make these jumbo Macaron soaps in several different scents, this is the $44 sampler that includes four of the Macarons in scents that you select.

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Donut Soap

And what bakery-inspired soap and bath bomb store would be complete without donuts? They have an impressive collection of these donut soaps, and like the others come in a variety of scents and looks, some even have soap sprinkles on top.

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