When it’s cold outside, a touch of spice in beauty products can be appealing, without the guilt of visiting the airport Cinnabon.
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What, No Hot Dog?
Cinnamon is a top note in Coney Island Perfume by Bond No. 9, a perfume from a New York-based fragrance company. It’s meant to evoke the most beloved Brooklyn beach. Chocolate, lemon and vanilla are also featured. Whether you like the scent or not, the ocean-blue glass bottle should appeal ($245 for 100 milliliters, BondNo9.com).
Suma Ginseng Body Wash by Molton Brown, a bold-smelling body wash from the London grooming company, should liven up your shower. It lathers up into a rich foam, and besides cinnamon includes suma ginseng from Brazil ($30, moltonbrown.com).
Kiss a Little Longer
With an aroma reminiscent of Wrigley’s Big Red chewing gum, Cinnamon Plumping Lip Oil by Bite Beauty, derived from cinnamon bark, has a subtle red hue and tastes sweet. It’s not Restylane, but it will moisturize lips and give them a tingling feeling ($22, sephora.com).