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When I was in high school, I wouldn’t dream of stepping outside the house without a spritz of body splash (one time for Bath & Body Works cucumber melon!) and this was after I had already showered with a fragrant body wash and slathered myself from head to toe with scented lotion. In retrospect, my regime was a bit heavy handed, and my grown up self practices much more restraint when it comes to using fragrance. While I love a classic perfume and a delicious-smelling conditioner, there are days when I’d rather not be be the human equivalent to a bowl of potpourri. So I turn to the best fragrance-free products; here are six of them.
Le Savonnier Marseillais Body Soap ($22, lesavonniermarseillais.com)
This all-natural soap cleanses and moisturizes with a mix of essential oils, including olive and sunflower. The non-greasy formula is an added bonus.
DERMAdoctor KP duty Body Scrub ($46, dermadoctor.com)
A cult classic among skin care junkies, this scrub exfoliates and works like a chemical peel without the lighthead-inducing smell of similar products. Use weekly for incredibly soft skin.
John Masters Organics Bare Shampoo ($15, johnmasters.com)
Formulated with moisturizing jojoba oil and detoxifying white tea, using this light shampoo is great first step for your hair routine, especially if you’ll be layering on heavier products.
Clinique Sweet Pots Sugar Scrub and Lip Balm ($20, clinique.com)
Most beauty buffs know that all Clinique products are fragrance-free, which adds to their appeal. One half of this lip duo removes dead skin, the other is a balm with the perfect hint of color.
Laroche-Posay Toleriane Dermo-Cleanser ($24, larocheposay.com)
This gentle cleanser works wonders as a makeup remover, and is infused with antioxidant-rich thermal spring water to help sooth the skin. Pretty dreamy, right?
Certain Dri Roll-On Antiperspirant ($8, walgreens.com)
Antiperspirant isn’t the most glamorous products, but it’s definitely one of the most essential. Not too keen on underarms that smell like roses or baby powder? Try this.
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