Baby is advertised as a “powdery musk”, and you can probably already guess that it smells pretty much like baby products, although it's slightly more floral than your average baby lotion. It's soft and clean and generally nondescript. It was my least favorite of the 5, and I was told that it was not selling as well as the others. Too bad, as I love her bumpy hair. Still, if you need to buy one of the Harajuku Lovers for a child who is really too young to be wearing perfume, it might be your best bet. Baby was developed by perfumer Harry Fremont, with notes of freesia, bergamot, white rose, orange flower, tiare, jasmine, white musk, soft woods, heliotrope, vanilla and violet.