Ways to Make the Most of Your Shower
For a Fast Facial
Biore Steam Activated Cleanser
foams up to a rich, dirt-busting lather and contains green tea antioxidants and cooling mint extracts to soothe skin. Plus, it’s soap-, sulfate-, and paraben-free.
To buy: $8, at drugstores.
For Easy Hair Removal
Coat legs with Nair Shower Power Max before stepping foot in the shower. The thick cream, packed with healing vitamin E, resists runoff so you can wash up while skin gets smooth. Sweep the grooved sponge over your legs to remove.
To buy: $9, at drugstores.
For an All-Over Clean
- Cake Beauty Milk Made Body Frothing Bath and Shower Cream gently washes away dirt while moisturizing skin with avocado oil and shea butter. Whole milk and marshmallow extracts soothe irritation.
- To buy: $22, cakebeauty.com.
For Soft Skin
Smooth Venus Satin Care In-Shower Moisturizer
onto freshly shaved wet skin, then towel off as usual. The lotion immediately sinks in to skin to protect and hydrate, so there’s no need to apply cream when you’re dry. In sensitive and dry skin formulas.
To buy: $5, at drugstores.
For Smooth Feet
Earth-friendly EcoTools EcoPumice Smoothing Stone gently buffs away rough calluses and tough heels.
To buy: $2 at Rite Aid stores.
For Silky Hair
After a season of heat styling, lather up with Fekkai Protein Rx Reparative Shampoo to heal damaged strands with soy and milk proteins.
To buy: $24, fekkai.com.
For a Deep Treatment
A favorite among hairstylists, Aussie Deeeeep Three-Minute Miracle Treatment smoothes unruly, damaged hair with jojoba seed oil and sea kelp extract in about half the time as other masks.
To buy: $4.50, at drugstores.
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