I’m just going to say it: When you’ve got approximately two hundred zillion things to check off of your to-do list in the course of a given day, personal hygiene can kinda, sorta take a backseat. Whether you’re motoring from a workout class to a meeting and just can’t be bothered by the miles-long line for the bathroom, or you’ve gotta go straight from your desk to a date, taking the time for a full-blown shower isn’t always an option. And while I’ve certainly been guilty of running straight from an SLT class into my office smelling like hot garbage (…sorry, coworkers!), I recently discovered a product that fixed this stinky problem within 30 seconds flat.
Yuni Beauty Shower Sheets ($15) entered my life a few months ago, and completely revolutionized the way that I—and the rest of the Well+Good beauty and fitness team—stay fresh. They’re made with natural ingredients and are biodegradable and compostable (+1 for sustainability, fam), and work to remove dirt and bacteria from your skin while leaving it smelling like the sweet combo of neem, peppermint, and citrus. And, unlike the usual, dinky wipes that you probably started envisioning the moment you read the word “shower sheets,” Yuni Beauty’s version is big enough to clean your whole body, and not just, like, your left pinkie toe. At 1.50 bucks a pop (or 15 dollars for a box of 12), they’re not necessarily inexpensive, but in my personal opinion it’s a small price to pay in order to avoid being known as “the smelly girl” among the people you’re close with.
The general consensus of the Well+Good office about the Yuni Beauty shower (based on a 20-minute Slack conversation that we had about them yesterday) is that we love them. They’re permanent fixtures in my gym bag, desk drawer, and purse, and I love to use them to give myself a little once-over whenever my pits and privates are feeling a little rank. My only complaint is that they work so well, that I sometimes forget to take an actual shower at the end of the day, and come to a rude awakening the next morning when my hair is grease-plastered to my head.
So if a full shower just isn’t happening, these babies will get the job done (maybe almost too well?) in 30 seconds flat. Just don’t forget that eventually, you will need to wash your hair. I learned that one the hard way.
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