You know it's fall when everything is filled to the brim with pumpkin spice — our drinks, treats, candles, and even our bath and body care. Yet, there are times when the pumpkin spice trend is taken ... too far. While perusing all the pumpkin spice products the 2020 autumn season has to offer, we came across some delightfully weird pumpkin spice items that, honestly, truly surprised us. For your head-scratching amusement, we'd like to share them with you.
That's right. The cardboard tube inside this toilet paper is scented with cinnamon, clove, and ginger essential oils that are, according to the product description, "safe for use in lotions and beauty products." Interestingly enough, toilet paper company Charmin has had to publicly deny rumors that they make pumpkin spice toilet paper.
Now, the oxygen we breathe can be infused with pumpkin spice. Pumpkin spice candles are quaking.
Though these aren't specifically pumpkin spice-scented, their description did catch our eye: "A set of two pumpkin-infused sponges to add some spice to your makeup routine this fall." Apparently, the pumpkin powder helps lock in moisture.
Delighted By is a company that specializes in dessert hummus, and pumpkin pie is no exception. Though chickpeas, pumpkin, and pumpkin spice doesn't sound like our ideal combo, we would give this a taste.
In September 2019, Pumpkin Spice Spam was released and sold out in less than seven hours. Fortunately/unfortunately, you can still find it on eBay.
Nothing screams "I love fall!!" more than having armpits that smell like pumpkin spice.
Do dogs like pumpkin spice or do their humans just want them to like pumpkin spice? Can someone report back on this one?
This teddy bear comes with a pumpkin spice scent disk that can be placed inside the bear. You know what they say — start 'em young!
Last, but certainly not least, we have this gem for those times when you want to ingest your bone broth, protein, and pumpkin spice all at the same time.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: email@example.com