Celebrate autumn with three fall bath bomb recipes! Throw one of these DIY pumpkin spice bath bombs, pumpkin spice latte bath bombs, and pumpkin pie bath bombs into the tub and enjoy cosy fall vibes while you relax away. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are made with natural, moisturising ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits of the essential oils.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #essentialoils | countryhillcottage.com

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Homemade pumpkin spice bath bombs recipe

To celebrate September, I made 3 pumpkin spice bath bomb recipes! With everyone thinking about pumpkin spice latte, it’s the perfect time for fall bath bombs… even if you think pumpkin spice everything is basic.

You probably know that I have a few homemade bath bomb recipes on this blog. And when my sister Cyna recently prepared homemade pumpkin pie spice, it was a great opportunity to create a pumpkin spice bath bomb recipe – better even 3 bath bomb recipes for fall!

I wanted a no-fail bath bomb recipe that you can make easily at home – even when you’re a novice looking for bath bomb recipes for beginners. And for seasoned beauty crafters, a natural, non-toxic fool-proof bath bomb recipe can be helpful, too.

Besides, my vegan pumpkin spice latte recipe got me wanting seasonal pumpkin spice bath products.

3 Bath bomb recipes for fall

In this post, you’ll learn:

  • about the benefits of bath bombs for fall skincare
  • 3 bath bomb recipes for pumpkin spice, pumpkin spice latte and pumpkin pie bath bombs
  • how to make pumpkin spice bath bombs safe for kids and sensitive skin
  • and how to store these fall-inspired bath bombs
Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #essentialoils | countryhillcottage.com

The benefits of bath bombs for autumn skincare

So how can homemade bath bombs help with your fall skincare routine? Are bath bombs good for the skin? For one, these skin soothing bath bombs are made with shea butter, which will moisturise and nourish your skin, making it look and feel supple and soft.

Another benefit is relaxation! Taking a warm bath can be a very relaxing experience, helping you to destress and unwind in the comfort of your own home. Bath bombs with essential oils can further enhance your bath by providing aromatherapeutic benefits for your skin and senses.

If you have your own aromatherapy rituals and fall skincare tips you follow in autumn, I’d love to hear all about it!

Are you ready to make pumpkin spice bath bombs? Learn how to make pumpkin spice bath bombs, pumpkin spice latte bath bombs, and pumpkin pie bath bombs.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY fall bath bomb recipes! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and are made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspice | countryhillcottage.com

Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs

Pumpkin spice bath bombs smell just like the real thing, pumpkin pie spice, and will remind you of cosy autumn days. I used 2 tablespoons pumpkin pie spice for this easy bath bomb recipe, which may seem a lot but will give you that wonderful, rich pumpkin spice fragrance. I also used a tiny amount of brown mica to enhance the colour and decorate them with a sprinkle pumpkin pie spice.

Ingredients for pumpkin spice bath bombs

As for any DIY bath bombs, baking soda and citric acid are need to make this pumpkin spice bath bomb recipe. Shea butter binds the ingredients together, and kaolin clay stabilizes the pumpkin spice bath bombs. You can swap out the shea butter for cocoa butter, coconut oil, or mango butter.

Polysorbate 80 ensure that the shea butter mixes with that bathwater and doesn’t just pool on top. It also makes the tub less slippery and is key to avoid tub staining, which is why I highly recommend Poly 80 for bath bombs.

Here is the ingredients list for pumpkin spice bath bombs:

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY fall bath bomb recipes! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and are made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspice | countryhillcottage.com

Essential oils for pumpkin spice bath bombs

The essential oils for pumpkin spice bath bombs include all the fragrance you’d expect in a warm essential oil blend for fall: warm nutmeg, spicy ginger, sweet cardamom with a hint of cinnamon and clove. Here’s what you need for a skin-safe pumpkin spice essential oil blend:

You can adjust the ratio to your personal preference. But don’t use more than suggested in the bath bomb recipe. Spice-based essential oils are very strong and can be irritating if too much is used.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY fall bath bomb recipes! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and are made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspice | countryhillcottage.com

How to make pumpkin spice bath bombs

Here are the steps to make pumpkin spice bath bombs:

  • Add the baking soda, citric acid, pumpkin pie spice, clay, and mica into a large mixing bowl and stir with a whisk to combine.
  • Melt the shea butter in a double boiler or the microwave. Set aside for 10 minutes to cool.
  • After 10 minutes, stir the essential oils and polysorbate 80 into melted shea butter.
  • Next add the liquids, 1 tablespoon at a time, to the dry ingredients and until the bath bomb mixture feels like wet hand. Knead with your hands to better feel the texture of the mixture.
  • Pile the bath bomb mixture loosely into the 2 halves of a sphere bath bomb mould. Do NOT pack and press the mixture into the mould because packing causes the mixture to stick to the mould.
  • Press the mould firmly together.
  • To release, tap the mould with the pack of a spoon. Then carefully lift 1 mould, turn the bath bomb around and remove the other mould.
  • Sprinkle the bath bombs with pumpkin pie spice and let dry for a few hours or overnight.

An there are your fall-inspired pumpkin spice bath bombs!

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice latte bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspicelatte | countryhillcottage.com

Pumpkin Spice Latte Bath Bombs

Pumpkin spice latte bath bombs are the bath bomb version of delicious pumpkin spice latte. I love pumpkin spice latte and couldn’t slip the opportunity to make DIY pumpkin spice latte bath bombs.

As the name suggests, this soothing bath bomb recipe is made with pumpkin pie spice. So what about the latte part? Yes, these pumpkin spice latte bath bombs include milk powder, which turns the water into a silky and luxurious milk bath.

Ingredients for pumpkin spice latte bath bombs

Milk baths are very hydrating and have been used for ages to improve skin health. I used goat milk powder, but you can also whole milk powder or coconut milk powder if vegan. The pumpkin powder can be substituted for 1 tablespoon clay.

Here are the materials need to make moisturising pumpkin spice latte bath bombs:

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice latte bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspicelatte | countryhillcottage.com

Essential Oils for pumpkin spice latte bath bombs

The essential oil blend for this fizzy bath bomb recipe is similar to the pumpkin spice bath bombs but with the addition of coffee essential and vanilla oleoresin to resemble the popular fall drink.

* Coffee essential oil is very thick and doesn’t drop like other essential oils. I removed the cap and use a dropper to get it out. Coffee essential oil smells best blended with other EOs.

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice latte bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #pumpkinspicelatte | countryhillcottage.com

How to make pumpkin spice latte bath bombs

The instructions for this homemade bath bomb recipe are the same as described above and in the recipe card at the end of the post.

I divided the bath bomb mixture into three portions. I added 1 teaspoon ground coffee and a small amount brown mica to the first portion. The second portion was mixed with 1 tablespoon pumpkin powder and a little orange mica. The last part remained white.

To create the marbled effect, alternate between the white, brown and orange bath bomb mixtures when filling your bath bomb mould. Compact the mixture very gently into the mould to get enough mixture into each half.

Then mould your bath bombs, release and let harden for a few hours. Freshly released bath bombs are still very delicate and need a little while to harden.

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin pie bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #autumn #pumpkinpie | countryhillcottage.com

Pumpkin Pie Bath Bombs

DIY bath bombs that smell like fresh pumpkin pie! Who doesn’t want a slice of that? These pumpkin pie bath bombs are made with real pumpkin powder to create the delicious smell of pumpkin pie. If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving bath bomb – this the DIY bath bomb recipe for you!

Ingredients for pumpkin pie bath bombs

As I mentioned, these homemade pumpkin pie bath bombs include dried pumpkin powder, which is made of actual pumpkins. The pumpkin powder gives these bath bombs an incredibly realistic pumpkin pie scent and soft orange hue.

If powdered pumpkin isn’t available to you, prepare the bath bomb recipe with 4 tablespoons clay instead.

The following ingredients are needed to make my pumpkin pie bath bombs recipe:

Decorating (optional)

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin pie bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #autumn #pumpkinpie | countryhillcottage.com

Essential oils for pumpkin pie bath bombs

The essential oils used for these DIY pumpkin pie bath bombs are similar to the other 2 pumpkin spice bath bomb recipes. I added vanilla oleoresin creates a smell similar to pumpkin pie filling, while copaiba oleoresin and a few drops of frankincense represent the aroma of a freshly baked pie crust. So delicious in these homemade bath bombs!

Learn how to make a simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin pie bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy & made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #autumn #pumpkinpie | countryhillcottage.com

How to make pumpkin pie bath bombs

The steps to how to make these fizzy bath bombs are the same as described in the recipe card below.

In a large mixing bowl, stir together the baking soda, citric acid, pumpkin powder, clay, and pumpkin pie spice.

Melt the shea butter, let cool for 10 minutes then mix with the essential oils and poly 80.

Add to dry ingredients, one tablespoon at a time, until the mixture feels like damp sand.

Form pumpkin pie bath bombs and let dry for a couple of hours.

To decorate, I drizzled a little mica paint over the bath bombs, which I made by mixing bronze mica powder with 99% isopropyl alcohol. You can learn how to paint bath bombs with mica in this post.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #essentialoils | countryhillcottage.com

Pumpkin spice bath bombs for sensitive skin

As my friend Rebecca from Soap Deli News points out in her article about fall essential oil blends for soaps, cinnamon bark oil is not skin safe and can cause irritation. Instead, use the gentler cinnamon leaf oil.

If you have sensitive skin or noticed in the past that your skin reacts sensitive to essential oils, don’t use any cinnamon essential oil at all.

It’s also possible to make bath bombs without essential oils. Simply skip the EOs and make pumpkin spice bath bombs for sensitive skin. These bath bombs will still small amazing because they are loaded with spices but are much gentler because no essential oils were used.

Safety tip: Don’t use cinnamon oil if you have diabetes or suffer from a liver or kidney condition.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #essentialoils | countryhillcottage.com

Pumpkin spice bath bombs for kids

Kids love bath bombs. And bath bombs that smell like food? Ah-mazing! To make bath bombs for kids, be sure to use only half the amount of essential oils listed in the recipe box. The skin of children is thinner and more sensitive than adult skin and kids are more at risk for increased absorption of agents that can be absorbed through the skin.

For children under six, make these bath bombs without any essential oils. The pumpkin pie spice makes the bath bombs still smell great!

Bath bombs without cornstarch

People have been asking how to make bath bombs without cornstarch. Many bath bomb recipes use cornstarch as a filler, which can clog sewage systems or may cause an infection. Like my other homemade bath bomb recipes, these bath fizzies are bath bombs without cornstarch.

Learn how to make 3 simple natural DIY bath bomb recipes without cornstarch! Pretty pumpkin spice bath bombs have a lovely scent & create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are very fizzy and made with moisturizing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits. Perfect for kids & a great holiday gift idea for Halloween & Christmas. #bathbombs #aromatherapy #fall #essentialoils | countryhillcottage.com

How to store homemade bath bombs

Let’s talk about how to store homemade bath bombs. You should keep the bath bombs in a dry place, especially if you live in a humid environment. If bath bombs draw moisture from the air, they might expand and partly start to dissolve. The shea butter helps to counteract a little but can’t eliminate the issue entirely. Often-in-use bathrooms are not the best place to store homemade bath bombs.

I recommend wrapping the pumpkin spice bath bombs individually in plastic/clingfilm and store them in an airtight container in a cool and dry place. Keeping bath bombs in the refrigerator isn’t a good idea because the fridge is rarely dry and the bath bombs can easily draw moisture.

More DIY bath bomb recipes

If you’re looking for aromatherapy bath bombs, try my bath bombs for sleep and relaxation or these DIY Himalayan salt bath bombs. For another moisturizing bath bomb recipe, try these milk and honey bath bombs, my floral bath creamers and these lavender bubble bath bar scoops.

And if you’re looking for bath bombs without citric acid, try these bath bombs without citric acid – they are great for kids and sensitive skin. Or try my hydrating rose bath truffles, this relaxing bath oil, or lavender bath salt.

DIY Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs – 3 Homemade Bath Bomb Recipes for Fall

DIY Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs – 3 Homemade Bath Bomb Recipes for Fall

Yield: 5 to 8 bath bombs
Prep Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Celebrate autumn with three fall bath bomb recipes! Pumpkin spice, pumpkin spice latte and pumpkin pie bath bombs create cozy fall vibes while you relax in the tub. These easy homemade bath bombs with essential oils are made with natural, moistursing ingredients that hydrate your skin while you enjoy the aromatherapy benefits of the essential oils.

Materials

Pumpkin Spice Bath Bombs

Pumpkin Spice Latte Bath Bombs

Pumpkin Pie Bath Bombs

Instructions

How to make pumpkin spice bath bombs

  1. Melt the shea butter either in a double boiler or in the microwave set to medium in 1-minute intervals.
  2. Allow the melted shea butter to cool for 10 minutes before adding the polysorbate and essential oil blend. Stir well.
  3. Next, sift the baking soda and citric acid into a bowl to remove lumps. Add the pumpkin pie spice and brown mica. Whisk to combine.
  4. Knead the melted shea butter/essential oil mixture into the dry ingredients.
  5. Overfill both halves of a bath bomb mould with mixture, creating a high heap in the middle.
  6. Push the sides firmly together but don’t twist. Wipe away any excess mixture.
  7. To unmould, gently tap each side with a spoon and remove one half. Turn the bath bomb over and lift off the other half.
  8. Place on a tray lined with bubble wrap. Sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice. Handle the bath bombs carefully as they are soft and fragile at this point.
  9. Let dry for 24 to 48 hours. Then seal each bath bombs in plastic wrap/clingfilm and store in an air-tight container.

How to make pumpkin spice latte bath bombs

  1. Melt the shea butter either in a double boiler or in the microwave set to medium in 1-minute intervals.
  2. Allow the melted shea butter to cool for 10 minutes before adding the polysorbate and essential oil blend. Stir well.
  3. Next, sift the baking soda and citric acid into a bowl to remove lumps. Add the milk powder and pumpkin pie spice. Whisk to combine.
  4. Knead the melted shea butter/essential oil mixture into the dry ingredients.
  5. Divided the bath bomb mixture into three portions. Add 1 teaspoon ground coffee and a small amount brown mica to the first portion. Mix the second portion with 1 tablespoon pumpkin powder and a little orange mica. The last part remains white.
  6. Overfill both halves of a bath bomb mould with mixture, creating a high heap in the middle.
  7. To create the marbled effect, alternate between the white, brown and orange bath bomb mixtures when filling your bath bomb mould. Compact the mixture very gently into the mould to get enough mixture into each half.
  8. Push the sides firmly together but don’t twist. Wipe away any excess mixture.
  9. To unmould, gently tap each side with a spoon and remove one half. Turn the bath bomb over and lift off the other half.
  10. Place on a tray lined with bubble wrap. Handle the bath bombs carefully as they are soft and fragile at this point.
  11. Let dry for 24 to 48 hours. Then seal each bath bombs in plastic wrap/clingfilm and store in an air-tight container.

How to make pumpkin pie bath bombs

  1. Melt the shea butter either in a double boiler or in the microwave set to medium in 1-minute intervals.
  2. Allow the melted shea butter to cool for 10 minutes before adding the polysorbate and essential oil blend. Stir well.
  3. Next, sift the baking soda, citric acid, and pumpkin powder into a bowl to remove lumps. Add the orange mica and whisk to combine.
  4. Knead the melted shea butter/essential oil mixture into the dry ingredients.
  5. Overfill both halves of a bath bomb mould with mixture, creating a high heap in the middle.
  6. Push the sides firmly together but don’t twist. Wipe away any excess mixture.
  7. To unmould, gently tap each side with a spoon and remove one half. Turn the bath bomb over and lift off the other half.
  8. Place on a tray lined with bubble wrap. Handle the bath bombs carefully as they are soft and fragile at this point.
  9. Let dry for 12 hours.

Paint the bath bombs

  1. Cover the work surface with parchment / baking paper and place the bath bombs closely next to each other.
  2. In a small mixing bowl, mix together 1 teaspoon bronze mica with 1 tablespoon isopropyl alcohol.
  3. Using a dropper, drizzle the mica paint across the bath bombs. It’s best to do a test on one bath bomb first to see if the bath bombs have dried enough to be painted.

Notes

How to store DIY bath bombs

Keep the bath bombs in a dry place, especially if you live in a humid environment. If bath bombs draw moisture from the air, they might expand and partly start to dissolve. Often-in-use bathrooms are not the best place to store homemade bath bombs.

I recommend wrapping the pumpkin spice bath bombs individually in plastic/clingfilm and store them in an airtight container in a cool and dry place. Keeping bath bombs in the refrigerator isn’t a good idea because the fridge is rarely dry and the bath bombs can easily draw moisture.

Shelf life

The bath bombs have a shelf life of 2 months.


Essential oil safety tips

If you have sensitive skin or noticed in the past that your skin reacts sensitive to essential oils, don’t use any cinnamon essential oil at all.

It’s also possible to make bath bombs without essential oils. Simply skip the EOs and make pumpkin spice bath bombs for sensitive skin. These bath bombs will still small amazing because they are loaded with spices but are much gentler.

To make bath bombs for kids, use only half the amount of essential oils listed in the recipe box. For children under six, make these bath bombs without any essential oils.

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More homemade fall skincare products

I’m so happy to collaborate once again with my blogger friends to bring you more wonderful fall-inspired DIY beauty and skincare products! Please stop by these blogs and check out their wonderful creations!

DIY Sugar Scrub Cubes (3 Recipes for Fall)

Kim and Kyla from A Life Adjacent show how to make three fall-inspired DIY sugar scrub cubes: fall bouquet, cinnamon churro and caffè mocha. These easy to make sugar scrub cubes exfoliate, moisturize and cleanse your skin all in one simple step. They’re made with melt and pour soap, shea butter and coconut oil for gentle cleansing. Plus, they’re scented with essential oils and dried flowers so they’re both non-toxic and all-natural.

Apple Pie Spice Oatmeal Doughnut Soaps

Cari from Everything Pretty has a DIY to turn hotel soaps into the adorable apple pie spice oatmeal doughnut soaps. These rebatched soaps are easy to make with bars of soap, ground oatmeal, and an apple pie spice essential oil blend.

Fall Essential Oil Blends for Soaps (Plus A Fall Soap Recipe with Cocoa Butter)

As we transition from summer into fall, our skin’s needs change. With cooler temperatures and drier air, we can all use extra hydration in our skin care routine. This fall soap recipe from Rebecca of Soap Deli News not only looks the part for the new season, it’s made with 25% moisturizing cocoa butter so skin looks and feels amazing!

Vanilla Chai Latte DIY Lotion Bars

Ina from The Makeup Dummy explains how to turn your favorite fall drink into DIY vanilla chai latte lotion bars! These chai latte massage bars are made with all-natural moisturizing ingredients. The recipe includes traditional chai ingredients (and a hint of vanilla) to spice up your new go-to fall lotion bar.

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