Advancements in the body care category mean you can now treat your skin from the neck down to more targeted TLC.
In the depths of winter, it’s easy to neglect everything from the neck down, given we’re bundling ourselves up rather than baring all. But the body care category is full of exciting innovations, and splurging on a few treats for your forgotten limbs could be just the thing to get you in the mood for showing some skin again as spring approaches.
Body products have broadened to become so much more than gel wash and scented lotions; we’re talking active serums, hydrating mists, nourishing oils and treatments, all of which are formulated to care for your body in the same way you do your face. Here are a few we deem worthy of adding to your routine.
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Pure Mama Bump Scrub, $42, may have been made with pregnancy in mind, but the creamy blend of coconut oil, bamboo powder and ground pumice makes this exfoliant suitable for all skin types. Exfoliators work to slough away dead skin cells and prep skin for a follow-up dose of hydration. Use a few times a week in the shower to encourage cell turnover and circulation as you massage the scrub all over your body.
Every scar tells a story. Whether that’s a story of bravery and courage or an unfortunate accident, if you’ve got one that you’d like to minimise, Tronque Scar Concentrate, $160, is formulated to soften both old and new. With 26 bioactive superfruits and a cocktail of antioxidants, this treatment product promotes