Would you wear a perfume meant to smell like losing a tooth?

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If you’d like your signature scent to lean toward an “unsettling childhood memories” vibe, it’s your lucky day: perfumer Serge Lutens has released a perfume meant to evoke the sensory experience of losing a baby tooth.

The scent is called Dent de Lait, which translates to “baby teeth” in French. And no, it doesn’t literally smell like teeth. Kathleen Hou at The Cut reports that rather, it smells like a “warm, powdery, milky hard candy,” with a strong metallic twinge at the finish.

Just like that post-tooth pool of blood on your gums, right?

Here’s the surreal ad for the perfume, which features a compelling loss-of-innocence theme and a lot of children losing teeth.

If you’re intrigued, though, you’ll have to shell out. Dent de Lait retails for $180. Hope you saved that Tooth Fairy money!

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