- "Escape to a world all your own, where your problems float away. When you wanna get away, but you don't wanna go anywhere. Hydra Soak, find the goddess within."
- ―Commercial Announcer[src]
Hydra Soak was a bath powder created by HYDRA.
- "Do you need a break?"
"You read my mind."
"Come with me."
- ―Commercial Announcer and Troubled Woman[src]
Hydra Soak was advertised in a commercial in the "sitcom world" of Wanda Maximoff, as part of the Westview Anomaly. In the commercial, a stressed woman was told that a bath using Hydra Soak luxury bath powder would help calm her down and mentally transport her to a paradise.
- The Hydra Soak commercial is a spoof of the popular Calgon "Take Me Away!" commercial from the 1970s.
- A blue soap by HYDRA that was theorized to be used to insert false memories into people's brains and make them believe in their simulated reality was first mentioned by Phil Coulson inside the Framework in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode Identity and Change.