Dr. Hauschka Rose Nurturing Body Wash ($23)
This rich body wash nourishes skin with rose, sunflower, and avocado oils without leaving residue behind. It’s fresh without being flowery; so basically it’s a must-buy.
Beautannia Brighton Bath & Shower Gel ($40)
The scent of this body wash—a complex, gender-neutral mix of sea moss, orris, grapefruit, and vetiver—makes it the sexiest soap we’ve ever smelled. Bonus? The coconut and sugar-derived cleansers are gentle on skin.
Malin + Goetz Eucalyptus Body Wash ($20)
Eucalyptus extract gives this gel cleanser a fresh scent and antibacterial properties, while the amino acid-based cleansers wash away impurities.
Nature’s Gate Moisture Body Wash ($7)
Looking for something hydrating? Aloe and chamomile lightly scent and calm skin while shea butter and sweet almond oil moisturize.
Fresh Rice Sake Bath ($48)
Modeled after a recipe Japanese geishas once used to keep their skin soft, Fresh’s formula is a mix of sake (to detoxify) and persimmon (to lightly scent the skin).
Baxter of California Invigorating Body Wash ($15)
This one is meant for men, but the sharp scent of flora and cassis would be a happy addition to even the girliest shower. Aloe and jojoba oil soften skin, too!
Johnson & Johnson Head-to-Toe Baby Wash ($8)
It may seem weird to use soap made for infants, but our beauty editor swears by this gentle formula. It won’t dry out skin and the barely-noticeable fresh scent doesn’t compete with your perfume—plus the large bottle lasts for months.
Ren Seaweed and Sage Body Wash ($24)
It’s hard to choose between Ren’s Neroli and Grapefruit, Moroccan Rose, and Seaweed and Sage body washes, but we love the latter for its laundry-list of invigorating essential oils: geranium, cypress, rosemary, and sage!