For clogged pores: Those with large pores need a bit more grit to remove the, well, grit (and grime). This formula does the trick and also contains a warming ingredient designed to soften pores into submission.
Dr. Lancer The Method Blemish Control Polish, $75, lancerskincare.com.
For dry skin: Spherical diatomaceous earth, rose damascena and shea butter smooth and add deep moisture.
Espa Refining Skin Polish, $50, espaskincare.com.
For overworked hair: After a period of styling over-drive—or a week of dry shampoo over more dry shampoo—massage this stuff in and leave it on for 20 minutes to turn rough hair silky soft.
Christophe Robin Cleansing Mask with Lemon, $47, saks.com.
For chapped lips: A hearty rub of this scrub over lips removes flakes. Bonus: It not only smells like tangerine, it tastes like it, too.
The Lip Scrub by Sara Happ in Clementine, $24, nordstrom.com.
For rough hands: They say hands reveal one’s true age. The volcanic sand, coconut powder and jojoba oil in this delicate slougher will ensure you keep getting carded.
H20 Plus Spa Targeted Care Hand and Cuticle Scrub, $15, h20plus.com.
For bumpy arms: Crystal salts from the Himalayas provide the skin smoothing, while sweet almond oil imparts a lovely subtle sheen as well as an even subtler scent.
Rituals Ayurveda Himalaya Scrub, $28, us.rituals.com.
For dusky legs: Grape seeds slough away rough skin while honey and essential oils soften.
Caudalie Crushed Cabernet Scrub, $38, us.caudalie.com.
For cellulite: Algae, sea salt and caffeine help stimulate circulation while microspheres and ginger essential oil smooth the surface.
Orlane Aqua Svelte $65, neimanmarcus.com.
For tired feet: Smooth soles with this blend of granulated natural pumice, which imparts a cooling sensation with essential oils of lavender, eucalyptus and lemon.
Lather Eucalyptus Foaming Foot Scrub with Pumice, $18, lather.com.