You can now buy pumpkin spice latte deodorant

You can now buy pumpkin spice latte deodorant

Fall is one of the most wonderful times of the year. The leaves turn every shade of gold, red and brown, and the air is crisp but not too cold. It's also an exciting time for coffee lovers, who eagerly await the return of the pumpkin spice latte.

Usually, it hits Starbucks and other coffee branches around August, giving fans a good few months to indulge in the seasonal favorite.

But for the fall of 2019, pumpkin spice fans can get their hands on something much more unusual: Pumpkin Spice Latte Deodorant.

Pumpkin spice deodorant. Credit: Native

And while its existence is likely news to most people, the deodorant is not a new item but a returning one. The brainchild of Native, a non-toxic and natural deodorant brand, the Pumpkin Spice Latte Deodorant will officially be available again on September 9.

The deodorant is made up of bold notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove - perfect if you literally want to smell like fall.

Pumpkin spice. Credit: Getty

In addition to being good for the environment, the deodorant is also kind to your pocket and costs a very reasonable $12.

This isn't the only Pumpkin Spice Latte product the brand is offering this year, either. Other items which will soon be on sale include PSL Body Wash for $8 and PSL Bar Soap, which is priced at $10.

If this sounds like your autumnal dreams come true, all of the above will be available on Native's website for a limited time only.

A pumpkin spice latte on a table. Credit: Getty

The deodorant was brought back because it proved so popular in 2018 that the company was reportedly selling as many as 500 cans a day.

Oh, and if that wasn't enough pumpkin spice news already, you can also get your fall - or spook - on with  Dunkin's Pumpkin Scented Lip Balm. Available in eight US cities including Providence, Rhode Island; Upperco, Maryland; Marietta, Georgia; Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania; Kissimee, Florida; Indian Trail, North Carolina; New York, New York; and Boston, Massachusetts.

Some fools might say you're a "basic b*tch" if you're into all things pumpkin spice, but we disagree. You can't have too much.