5 Surprising Scents Used in Body Fragrances


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Baked Goods
Your cinnamon bun scent might have people asking you where the nearest bakery is.
Your cinnamon bun scent might have people asking you where the nearest bakery is.
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There's certainly nothing offensive about the smell of baked goods. Smelling like you just ate a cinnamon roll is kind of a good thing. But there's something a little odd in smelling like you rolled around in a pile of them when you haven't been anywhere near the yummy treat.

Baked goods make up a surprisingly large portion of (what we'll call) the alternative-fragrance market. Cinnamon rolls and fruit cake are just the beginning. You'll find such mouth-watering scents as birthday cake, angel food cake, cupcake, brownie, almond biscotti, apple pie, carrot cake and peanut-butter cookie, too.

Sexy? Often not. But you could do worse than smelling universally delicious (and really, anyone claiming to hate the smell of cinnamon buns is lying).

The next fragrance, however, has a bit less mass appeal ...