THE SHAMPOO
Gentle formulas like Oribe Signature Shampoo (1) allow hair to thicken naturally ($34; oribe.com). For dry locks, find a moisturizing blend like Hanz de Fuko Natural Shampoo (6) ($17; hanzdefuko.com).
TIP: Don't judge a shampoo by the foam it produces—the suds come from chemical sulfates, which can be drying to the scalp.

THE SCRUB
Choose an exfoliator made from natural sources like crushed seeds or nuts. Try Ahava Dead Sea Plants Smoothing Body Exfoliator (4) ($28; ahavaus.com). Cream scrubs like Ahava Dead Sea Mud Gentle Body Exfoliator (2) can further protect sensitive skin ($26; ahavaus.com).
TIP: Exfoliate in a circular motion, which is easiest on skin. If skin turns red, you're scrubbing too hard.

THE SOAP
Despite a bad rap, most new bar soaps work just as well as body washes: The Lemon + Sage Body Bar from Bliss (8) has moisturizing glycerin and massage nubs ($15; bliss.com). For a burst of fragrance, stick with a gel like Diptyque's Revitalizing Shower Gel for Body and Hair (3) ($38; diptyqueparis.com).
TIP: Don't just rub and rinse—soap should sit on skin for a few minutes to work to its full potential.

THE TOOLS
Electric skin brushes sweep away dead skin that accentuates fine lines. The Clarisonic Plus Sonic Skin Cleansing System (5) is first-rate and even has a different brush for the body ($225; clarisonic.com). Spend less money treating your feet—Revlon's Pumice Stone (9) softens calluses ($4; walgreens.com).
TIP: The Clarisonic should be used for a full two minutes when cleansing the face.

THE TUNES
Stream songs from playlists or music apps on your iPhone or Android via the iShower Wireless Shower Speaker (7) ($100; ishowerinc.com).
TIP: The Bluetooth feature works from 200 feet away, so the device can be used outdoors or at the beach.

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