A vending machine featuring products from the company is a fixture in the house for the series, which is the most watched show in the history of the Oxygen network.
"The producers contacted us and asked us to supply them with some fun products for the show," said Keith Caggiano, a partner at The Screaming O. "We weren't sure what to expect, but we are pleasantly surprised. It looks great."
The vending machine has already shown up in several scenes from this season, with several of the girls shown walking past it, taking products from it and even making out in front of the machine.
"Bad Girls Club," created by the same team responsible for reality show pioneer "The Real World," pits seven women with psychological and personality issues in the same house for four months as cameras record their dealings with one another.
The show airs at 10 p.m./9 p.m. Central Tuesdays on the Oxygen network.
But "Bad Girls Club" isn't The Screaming O's first foray into reality television. Several products were featured last season in an episode of "Real Housewives of Orange County."
Caggiano said if other reality shows approached The Screaming O about being involved in future episodes, "We would definitely consider it."