A quick whiff of this salty and sweet-smelling dough immediately takes you back to the days of rolling lopsided snakes, extruding wacky hairstyles and mixing every color together to get a rainbow-y, purple-y, brown messy lump.
For those who want to relive this particular childhood smell without buying actual PlayDoh, you can buy the perfume!
If you were a young girl in the '90s and early 2000s, you most likely had at least one Bonne Bell Lip Smackers that you slathered on your lips throughout the school day...and then immediately licked off because it was basically candy.
Cucumber Melon was THE Bath & Body Works scent of childhood. Something about this particular fruit and veggie combination just worked. At the very least, you wanted the lotion, but true fans had the body wash, body spray and hand sanitizer, too.
If Cucumber Melon body spray was a little too juvenile for your very dignified taste, there was only "One" perfume that you wanted to wear. Partially because it smelled amazing, and partially because the advertisements were always super edgy and it made you feel hardcore.
You can still find Herbal Essences in a funky new bottle at the store today, but the old bottle is totally where it's at. Washing your hair with Herbal Essences left your hair smelling like beauty and magic for the whole day.
The waxy, papery smell of Crayola crayons is yet another quintessential scent of childhood, and every time you catch a whiff of them today you're probably immediately transported back to your first day of Kindergarten. But if your box didn't have the built-in sharpener, we can't be friends.
If the PlayDoh perfume didn't tickle your nostalgia bone hard enough, here's a crayon perfume, too!
Roll-on body glitter was huge in the '90s and early 2000s, because obviously nothing says "beauty" like looking as though you got locked in an art supply closet. Not only did body glitter look amazing, but the tangy chemical smell that accompanied every roll-on bottle was a treat unto itself.
And who could forget that powdery and slightly sweet plastic scent of the original My Little Pony figurines? Even before the Sunny Scents line was released in 2005, smelling was at least half of every play session.
Although you still see these in some McDonald's restaurants today, they're definitely not as ubiquitous as they were during your childhood. If you close your eyes, you can still smell the vinyl, plastic, French fry grease and...is that a dirty diaper?