‘Tis the season to indulge in all things pumpkin spice. For those of us who can’t get enough of the seasonal flavor, that means swapping out pretty much everything we use daily for a festive version. Brands are well aware of our obsession, too, pumping out new pumpkin spice products year after year so that we never tire of the sensation.
Of course, this includes necessities like fall candles and flavored coffee, but some of this season’s products are a little more unexpected. We’re talking cocktail mixers, face masks, and cheese. Yes, cheese! Keep scrolling for the pumpkin spice products you’ll want to pick up before the holiday bells start ringing.
This ice cream is a pumpkin spice lover’s dream. The buttercup pumpkins used are grown exclusively for Jeni’s and blended into a cream cheese ice cream with brown sugar, cinnamon, fennel, star anise, white pepper, and ginger. Oh, and did we mention there are sweet vanilla cake chunks in every bite? Drooling.
The description of this creamy body lotion says it all: “A specially crafted mug of pumpkin latte, toasted marshmallow, creamy sandalwood & praline musk.” You’ll legit want to wear it allover, and with hydrating ingredients like shea and cocoa butters, your skin will drink it right up.
Pumpkin Spice Latte but make it spiced! This craft cocktail mixer combines the flavors of pumpkin and butternut squash with notes of bright citrus, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom; brown sugar and agave syrup add sweetness.
This robust combo of black tea with classic chai and pumpkin pie spices is perfect for a fall afternoon. It’s certainly one way to satisfy your caffeine craving without packing on calories and sweeteners found in a PSL.
If you love fall so much that you literally want to look like it, consider adding autumnal hues to your makeup regimen. This set of lip, cheek, and eye color pencils comes in shades specifically made for the season (think warm oranges, luminous golds, deep reds, and rich browns). Wear one at a time or go full-on monotone.
Artisanal truffles are always a good idea, but even more so when they come in a seasonal variety. This blend, from award-winning chocolatier House of Knipschildt, combines pumpkin spice with the creamy texture of the white chocolate ganache for a mouthwatering experience.
For smoother, healthier looking strands that smell pumpkin-fresh, give this cleansing conditioner a try. It’s made from pumpkin seed extract and ginger root oil to cleanse hair without stripping its shine or disrupting the delicate scalp.
If you’re obsessed with candles, you can’t miss out on this year’s hottest seasonal scent from Yankee Candle. It’s basically fall in a jar — a classic combo of home-grown apples and pumpkins blended with a little ginger and clove.
Two words: pumkin cheese. Crafted by Artikaas Dutch Cheesemakers and made with real pumpkin seeds, ground ginger, and a hint of garlic, this complex gouda has an unusual flavor that works well as fondue or served slightly gooey on things like sandwiches.
When you love pumpkin so much that you’re open to slathering it all over your face, consider splurging on this enzyme-rich face mask. As it turns out, pumpkin is actually a superfood for skin, too, helping fight free radicals and leaving the it brighter and smoother.
Consider this a steaming hot PSL for your shower. This shower gel fills the air with a spicy-sweet aroma, plus it has soothing aloe and hydrating shea butter, both of which will come in handy as the temperature drops and your skin becomes drier.
If you’re into craft candles made with soy, this one is a must. It has notes of harvest pumpkin, cinnamon bark, spiced ginger, creamy vanilla, and more. Sure to give you and your space the “cozy” feels!
This serum-soaked sheet mask holds 100 times its weight in moisture, basically blanketing your face with nutrients. Chock-full of beta carotene, vitamin A, and 24l gold, it reduces oxadative stress, smooths the surface, and brightens skin.
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