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Native Brings Back Its Pumpkin Spice Latte Deodorant

Since its inception, all-natural skin-care brand Native has won customers over with its completely safe and non-toxic, yet delicious-smelling deodorants. It offers fresh scents like Cucumber and Mint, therapeutic floral options like Lavender and Rose, and even seasonal fragrances just for fun. Speaking of which: PSL lovers everywhere are in for a serious treat, as the brand just announced it brought back its best-selling Pumpkin Spice Latte Deodorant due to popular demand — and it’s just as sweet as it sounds.

In fact, it’s so sweet that in past seasons, the PSL-inspired deodorant sold a whopping 500 sticks per day, according to a statement sent to Allure via email. What’s more: As if this news wasn’t already exciting enough, the brand decided to take the fall fun a step further and create a PSL Body Wash, as well as a PSL Bar Soap to add to the autumnal collection.

As you might expect, each product is infused with notes reminiscent of the beloved fall beverage, including pumpkin (duh), cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. Additionally, they’re all made without toxic or potentially-irritating ingredients like aluminum, parabens, phthalates, talc, and synthetic fragrances. Instead, these mouthwatering body products are made with a blend of all-natural oils, as well as ultra-moisturizing shea butter and coconut to soothe sensitive skin.

Fans are already expressing their excitement in the comment section on Native’s announcement post, leaving messages like, “🧡🎃 finally!!,” “Ummmm yes please 🤩,” and “Yesssss🍂🍂🍂.” As a matter of fact, the general consensus is that everyone is beyond excited the PSL-inspired deodorant is back.

Courtesy of brand

ViaAllure

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