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1. Brush Up

Dr. Barbara Sturm body brush

Dry brushing may support circulation and detoxification, as well as skin health. This sturdy Dr. Barbara Sturm brush comes in soft and medium; the former is nice for more sensitive skin. $35 at

2. Slick Oil

Indie Lee De-Stress Body Oil

Restore your skin with this nourishing, plant-rich body oil from Indie Lee. The subtle, uplifting fragrance comes from essential oils of rosemary and eucalyptus. $45 at

3. Wild Harvest

Alpyn Beauty polishing peel

This “forest-to-face” polishing peel from Alpyn Beauty uses Wyoming-grown, wild-crafted herbs and fruit acids to exfoliate and brighten your facial skin. $56 at

4. Lead out

SparkPod shower head

Turns out that frizzy hair and itchy skin can sometimes start with chlorine and other chemicals in tap water. The filter in this SparkPod showerhead reduces them all, and we found it made our hair and skin surprisingly smoother. $45 at

5. Friendly flora

Aleavia Enzymatic body cleanse

The skin has its own microbiome, and this gentle, prebiotic-infused cleanser from Aleavia helps protect that living layer. Good for all types, but especially helpful for reactive conditions. $20 at

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