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Life-changing products you need for your shower caddy

 

There is nothin' better than a long and relaxing bubble bath. But the best part (if you ask us), is the luxe products that work wonders on your tired winter skin. That's why we're all about these uhh-mazing soaps and gels that takes rub-a-dub-dub in the tub to a whole other level. So go on, check 'em out, run some warm water, drop in a bath bomb or two, and get ready to enjoy that spa-day feeling every.single.day. 

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    Brazil nuts 

    We know, we know. You shower to get rid of oily skin. But trust us – this cleanser, made from the oil of Brazil’s jenipapo tree, leaves skin smooth, fresh and smelling like a sunny day.

    Jenipapo Shower Oil, $25, loccitane.com

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    Morning buzz

    Skip the coffee (and inevitable crash) and get grooving on those early mornings with this stimulating combination of aloe, grapefruit, witch hazel and ylang-ylang.

    Aveda Energizing Body Cleanser, $17, aveda.com

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    Sparkle and shine 

    This sparkly shower jelly feels like JELL-O but smells sophisticated, combining sour cherry and blackcurrant to class up your cleansing experience. Just crush between your fingers and spread all over skin for softness and shimmer.

    Sweetie Pie Shower Jelly, $12, lushusa.com

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    Black beauty 

    Charcoal and sea salt work together to draw out toxins in this daringly dark body wash. Plus, for every bottle you buy, you’re providing a year’s worth of vitamins to a child in need through Vitamin Angels.

    Black Soap Body and Soul Wash, $8, abesmarket.com

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    Cheer up 

    This superglue-looking body wash really helps you keep it together. The invigorating blend of organic ingredients and essential oils is perfect for pre-date jitters, relaxing after practice, or just before bed…any time you need to take things down a notch.

    GET HAPPY Organic Bodywash, $20, abesmarket.com

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by Kimberly Uslin | 2/1/2016
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