Get ready to look and feel flawless from head-to-toe! We’ve rounded up the best products on the market now to keep your skin in tip-top shape. Look out for a luxurious body wash, long-lasting deodorant, exfoliating body scrub, non-greasy sunscreen, and much more from our team of beauty experts.
Meet our experts: Francesca Fusco, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City; Alexis Wolfer, founder of TheBeautyBean.com; Jessica Wu, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles.
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1EOS Body Lotion
The super emollient trio of shea butter, vitamin E, and avocado oil “even tamed the flakes on my lizard legs after one use,” raves Dr. Wu.
2Aveeno Skin Relief Gentle Scent Body Wash
Oat and chamomile soothe dry, itchy skin. And because this wash is soap-free, explains Dr. Wu, it won’t strip your skin of natural oils.
3First Aid Beauty Cleansing Body Polish with Active Charcoal
“It smells like ash, but works to polish off dead skin,” shares Dr. Wu. Plus, “it’s less scratchy than other scrubs.”
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4Coola Sport SPF 50 Guava Mango Sunscreen
A sunscreen that checks every box, according to Dr. Fusco: “It goes on clear and dries quickly, easily, and not tackily.”
5Tom’s of Maine Long Lasting Tea Tree Deoderant
This natural pick stood up to Dr. Fusco’s sweat test: fast absorbing and up to 24 hours of odor protection.
6Restorsea PRO Hand Treatment 10X
The enzymes soften like a champ. “I love that I can text without leaving greasy fingerprints,” reports Dr. Wu.
7Colgate Optic White Platinum High Impact White Toothpaste
This toothpaste cleans and whitens without making teeth feel sensitive, notes beauty blogger Alexis Wolfer.
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8AERIN Mediterranean Honeysuckle Eau de Parfum
With notes of uplifting grapefruit and bergamot, says Wolfer, “it embodies the smells of sun and sand.”
This article originally appeared in Health.