Pamela Anderson has become a pop culture icon for her long platinum locks and “Baywatch” body, and now the starlet joins the ranks of fellow buxom blondes Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears with her own perfume collection paying tribute to the city she calls home. In time for the holiday season, Anderson unveils Malibu and Malibu Night for budget-conscious shoppers looking to feel as sexy as the Playboy playmate.

“I’ve always been known for my scent,” says Anderson. “If it was high school or in the lifeguard truck, it was always, ‘Where can I get that for my wife or girlfriend?’ I’ve always slathered my body with potions, mixes of this and that. My favorite has always included sandalwood, amber and patchouli.”

Anderson, like most Hollywood celebrities, has been offered numerous contracts but chose to wait until she was ready to release a beauty product that channels her love for the beach. The PETA activist later launched two fragrances, which not only feature natural ingredients but a percentage of profits go directly to the animal rights organization. Anderson, who makes her own beauty products, wanted to create a long-lasting aroma that takes women to warm sandy beaches and cool turquoise waters without emptying their wallets.

“Malibu is the perfect name,” says Anderson. “It embodies the spirit of the scent and me. It’s very unpretentious in the heart of Malibu with the beach and surf lifestyle. It can’t help that everyone loves to live here and that it’s so expensive. I guess that is where the place and the product differ. The fragrance is affordable.”

With its curvaceous glass bottles, Malibu is all Anderson, yet it offers something different for everyone. The ocean blue spray is a light blend of juicy wild berries and blooming honeysuckle, slowly transforming into vanilla bourbon. While baby pink Malibu Night may prove too overpowering for shy wallflowers, its aroma of black orchid and spicy mahogany wood makes, like the creator, an unforgettable first impression.

Anderson, who “worships drugstores,” ensures that Malibu is available at some of her favorite hangouts, including CVS and Walgreens. Fashionistas looking for new bargains are in luck because Anderson, who’s juggling with clothing line A*Muse with Heatherette founder Richie Rich, plans to expand her empire.

“I’m developing the Malibu line. Oils, butters, washes, bubbles and sun products, all the good stuff,” she gushes. “With PETA’s blessing and the desire of my partners to stay organic, it’s all coming together as a glamorous and conscious collection.”

However, don’t let her busy schedule fool you. When she’s not dabbling in design or hitting the waves, she enjoys being a mother to her two tween sons. “My kids are always number one. That’s it,” states Anderson. “Whatever I can squeeze into their busy lives, I do, if it complements us. Having choices makes this work.”