Body Exfoliators That Smooth Bumpy Skin

Body Exfoliators That Smooth Bumpy Skin

Carly Simon said it best, “you’re so vain…” As one of the hosts of America’s Got Talent, it’s paramount that Mel B‘s skin read smooth and bump-free on camera, purely for vain reasons of course. For those of us who live our lives behind the camera, smooth bumpy skin with products from St. Ives, RitualsGlo Therapeutics and H2O Plus – a touchable skin must.

Do It On The Cheap

On the shelf of a drugstore near you is St. Ives Even & Bright Pink Lemon & Mandarin Orange Body Wash ($4.99, – the economical answer to polishing away bumpy imperfections. Step into the shower with this exhilarating, exfoliating body wash blend of Pink Lemon & Mandarin Orange and step out with a boost to your mood and brighter skin.

Upgrade Your Morning Routine

From the moment yours truly walked into this gem of a store in the Soho section of New York City last winter, I was hooked. From makeup to body care – no body part goes ignored, even your home gets some lovin’  from a brand that believes in “transforming your every day routines into more meaningful moments” said Foundar, Raymond Cloosterman. Spend your morning routine with Rituals Hammam Hot Scrub ($25, – made of sea salt and warming Ginger and Eucalyptus, is a refreshing, yet gratifyingly warm body scrub that relives fatigue as it purifies and nourishes.

Glo Therapeutics Therapeutic Body Exfoliant ($38, keeps your pretty in check in a big way because it’s a dual-action chemical and physical exfoliator that uses the powerful combination of Lactic and Salicylic acids to polish and brighten skin.

Drenched in skin smoothing marine extracts sea lettuce, sea fennel, algae, wakame along with safflower and canola oils, H2O+ Spa Sea Salt Skin Smoother Exfoliant ($28, is a body-smoothing salt rub that does a body good because it leaves you with a beautiful, moisturized glow.

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