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Treat Yourself to a Home Body Scrub

Updated on April 4, 2013

There's nothing quite as invigorating as an exfoliating body scrub. After a shower, they leave you feeling refreshed, vibrant and incredibly clean. They also soften the skin, get rid of dead skin cells and moisturize dry areas.

If you then go on to apply a good quality moisturizer for dry skin - you'll find that your skin is left feeling rejuvenated and ultra silky soft. Happily there's a wide range of body scrubs available - from cocoa butter ones to dead sea salt to honey and almond combinations.

The five best body scrubs are featured below - they're all highly rated, hugely popular and offer great value for money. Each one will leave you feeling the better for purchasing it - as well as refreshed and revitalized.

Tree Hut Shea Sugar Body Scrub, Coconut Lime, 18-Ounce Jars (Pack of 3) Tree Hut Shea Sugar Body Scrub, Coconut Lime

This is the best selling exfoliating body scrub and for the under 20 dollars you get three jars. It's a sugar scrub, one that contains vitamin C, shea nut oil (lovely moisturizing stuff) and also contains lime and coconut extract.

It's refreshing, super-cleansing and hydrating - all in one jar. It has a light fragrance that smells great and is perfect for the whole body - legs, arms, face neck and so on. Used twice a week, and in conjunction with your chosen moisturizer, you'll reap the rewards by way of thoroughly cleansed, super soft all-over skin. Highly rated and highly recommended.

Glytone Exfoliating Body Wash, 6.7-Ounce Package

THis is a great body scrub for those that suffer from skin disorders - namely issues such as dry, itchy skin, acne and so on. It's often recommended by dermatologists as being a great all.rounder for those that feel the need to use a body scrub yet can't locate one that will do nothing other than worsen their skin conditions.

It's known as a cosmeceutical product - which otherwise means that it perfectly bridges the gap between a cosmetic product and one that also contains pharmaceutical properties. It buffs the skin, removes dry and hard skin, moisturizes and nourishes without causing harmful effects. Another highly rated skin care product and great value for money.

Anthony Logistics for Men Sea Salt Body Scrub, 12 oz

This is the best selling mens sea salt body scrub - a mixture of both course and fine granules that remove dead, rough skin, as well as exfoliate as a means of simply cleansing your face and body. It smells wonderful, you'll feel highly invigorated after you've used it and your pores will be open and ready for your favorite body lotion.

Those with problem skin - eczema or psoriasis for example - will love how easily and gently it removes the worst patches of dry skin, as well as leaving the problem areas soft and supple. It's also perfectly safe to use on the neck and face - don't let the fact that it's a salt scrub put you off. Trust me - this one will leave you feeling as clean as a whistle, even after one use!

Deep Sea Cosmetics Dead Sea Energizing Body Scrub - Green Tea

This is the best selling dead sea salt body scrub and all it contains - pretty much - is salt from the Dead Sea and a few rejuvenating oils. Of those that love dead sea salt products, most tend to suffer with particularly dry and/or sensitive skin, sometimes skin disorders.

Used regularly (around twice a week), you'll find that over time blemishes, sun damage, the signs of aging, even the negative effects of eczema or stretch marks will have softened and reduced. It's not a miracle body scrub but - it is extremely good. If you love to use the more natural products on the market - you'll love this one. Invigorating, refreshing and cleansing.

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub

Sometimes ... the saying 'oldie but goodie' rings true. St Ives is the best cheap body scrub and does exactly what it says on the tub - it's invigorating. Plus it's nowhere near the price of some of the other products and if you're on a budget and don't think parting with 20 bucks for a good scrub in the shower is justified - try this one.

It's been around for years, remains ever popular and will leave you feeling squeaky clean and refreshed. Your skin will be soft, ready for a good does of your favorite body moisturizer and ... you won't have blown a whole in your wallet. It's rich, creamy and feels like a more expensive product - plus it smells good. Great for dry, sensitive skin types - recommended bargain buy.


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