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Bath and Body Works Is Bringing Back Discontinued ’90s Scents

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You asked for it, you got it. This month, Bath & Body Works is bringing back some of its most popular scents from the '90s and early aughts. Beginning May 27th, the country's biggest mall beauty brand will re-introduce eight fragrances for a limited time. Cue memories of eighth-grade dances and being dropped off at the movies for your first date by your mom.

Without further ado, the returning fragrances are: Sun-Ripened Raspberry, Country Apple, Cucumber Melon, Freesia, Brown Sugar & Fig, Mango Mandarin, Cotton Blossom, and Peony. The scents will be shoppable in Bath & Body's most classic forms, including Shower Gels and Fine Fragrance Mists, which you probably remember better by its middle-school moniker, "Body Splash." (You can also get them as Body Creams and Body Lotions.)

Sun-Ripened Raspberry will be the only one arriving on May 27th; the rest will roll out from June 6th though July 3rd, in stores and online.

This isn't the first time Bath & Body Works has brought back some scents; last summer, the brand gave the people what they want via a restocking of Juniper Breeze, Pearberry, Plumeria, White Tea and Ginger, Cucumber Melon, and Country Apple. Clearly, it worked.

Join us at 10:30am this morning on our Facebook page for a look at the packaging and a trip down memory lane.