Feeling like your daily shower routine needs an update? Well now’s the perfect time to switch out your old body wash and body lotion for something new and improved. To help you out, we’re revealing our go-to body care brands that we swear by and use regularly. Give them a try ASAP!
Best Body Care Brands
Highlights: Dermatologist-recommended; gentle enough for sensitive skin; dye-free; affordable
Aveeno’s body care products are universally well-reviewed by shoppers across the country at almost every store and on almost every website. Plus, their products are safe for most skin types and they’re very well-priced.
Highlights: Vegan; made with organic, ethically-sourced ingredients; cruelty-free; under $20
“I recently switched over to Love Beauty and Planet because I got the Murumuru Butter & Rose body wash as a gift. I loved the smell so much, I got the lotion and body scrub for myself. Plus, they are dedicated to being eco-friendly, which I love.” – Hannah
Highlights: Made with nutrient-
“The brand may be best known for its Bum Bum cream (which is amazing, obvs), but they also have other great products for the body including hand cream, body cream, and SPF products. It also doesn’t hurt that everything smells soooo good!” – Alisha
Highlights: Affordable; lots of product variety; many fragrances and scents to choose from
“My daily shower routine almost always consists exclusively of Bath & Body Works products. Their body washes and shower gels are cleansing without being too harsh and their body lotions and creams are so rich, nourishing and hydrating. Plus, there are so many incredible scents to choose from!” – Jeanine
Highlights: Made with clean, effective, and high-quality ingredients your body can actually use; designed, produced and tested in the USA at an FDA- and NSF-certified manufacturer
“Who doesn’t love a sustainable brand that also makes you feel like you’re having the fanciest shower experience ever? I love that Nécessaire has a fragrance free option for everything (and only two other simple scents- Eucalyptus and Sandalwood), but their boxes are also made of recycled paper and avoid using ingredients that are believed to be toxic and unsafe for your skin.” – Morgan
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