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True Grit

Call us clean freaks, but here at W we love a good scrub. Here are some staff favorites.

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  1. 1/8

    “It smells so nice and fresh, and it’s gentle on my extremely sensitive skin.” - Anna Davidson, art director
    Kiehl's Gently Exfoliating Body Scrub “Grapefruit,” $28;

  2. 2/8

    “I like to use it to prep my legs for the beach, and I love that Caudalie products are all natural and paraben-free!” - Giovanna Campagna, assistant to the editor-in-chief
    Caudalie Divine Scrub, $38;

  3. 3/8

    “I use high-grade derm-approved ingredients on my face, so why not bring the same wisdom below the neck? The glycolic acid provides a light overall body slough.” - Katie Becker, beauty editor
    Glytone Exfoliating Body Wash, $30,

  4. 4/8

    “I use both the body scrub and face polish/mask weekly. For soft skin there is nothing better.” - Sarah Leon, web editor
    Fresh Brown Sugar Body Polish, $65,

  5. 5/8

    “This is my go-to to get rid of super dry skin.” - Lindsey Frugier, market editor
    Kiehl's Gently Exfoliating Body Scrub "Coriander," $28,

  6. 6/8

    “This is perhaps the least sexy body scrub to have in your shower, but I don't care. Though it's intended for acne, the salicylic acid in it makes it perfect for overall exfoliation. And not to get TMI, but it's amazing at helping to prevent ingrown hairs.” - Vanessa Lawrence, features writer
    Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash, $6.50,

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