You'll Never Guess What the Best-Selling Fragrance in America Is

But you will probably be delighted.

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Whether you're a hardcore beauty fiend or in constant awe in the makeup aisle, get ready to have your mind blown. Can you guess the number-one fragrance in America? Here it is:

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That's right—it's Bath and Body Works Japanese Cherry Blossom. With 30 MILLION units sold per year, the fragrance collection outsells the second-place product by a whopping 29 million units annually. Which makes sense when you think back to how rabid your 8th grade self was when let loose in a Bath and Body Works, and how many different variations of Japanese Cherry Blossom products she'd blindly/desperately grab before her BFF's birthday slumber party.

In case you've forgotten what it smells like (but really, it's permanently ingrained in your nostrils, don't lie), it's a blend of the obvious cherry blossoms with crisp pears, mimosa petals, and sweet sandalwood—tempting even to your adult self, no?

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Samantha Leal
Samantha Leal

I'm Sam, the senior editor at MarieClaire.com. I love shining a light on awesome people doing things that matter, cool products and hacks for everyday life, and advice you'll actually use. I'm pretty much always looking for the perfect GIF for any situation. When I'm not trolling the internet, I can be found dancing like a weirdo or napping like it's my job. Right now, I'm probably eating or drinking something filled with sugar or booze. (Sorry, mom.)