In 2006, Marc Jacobs launched a relatively novel concept in fragrance. Light, refreshing scents meant to be, um, splashed all over your person. Rather than dainty spritzes, these barely there, awesomely simple scents were made for marinating. Think of them as girly, less olfactorily offensive versions of your uncle’s prized Aqua Velva. Since the first fragrant waters hit counters in 2006, 20 more variations, from Hibiscus to Violet to Ginger, have followed.
Four iterations in particular, Rain, Cotton, Cucumber and Pear, were so popular that superfans begged for them to return to store shelves. The powers that be decided to answer the perfume prayers and re-launch the quartet for a limited time-and in travel-friendly sizes so you can take them everywhere. If you’re a Splash addict, it’s in your best interest to hoard bottles of the floral fresh Rain, crisp and cool Cucumber, clean, summery Cotton, and juicy, sweet Pear before they’re gone.