Ulta Honestly Has the Best Shower Products, and Not One Is Over $15

Since I have my skin-care routine on lock by now, most of the beauty experimenting that I do happens in the shower. So when it comes to my shower beauty regimen, I get wild and am constantly cycling through different body washes, body lotions, scrubs, soaps—and the list goes on.

One peek behind my shower curtain and you'll find clouds of bubbles or even remnants of coffee, cacao, or Himalayan salt lining the tub, all in the name of research. And...I don't hate it. One of the best places to score all these concoctions to try out? Ulta. For your shower enjoyment, I've rounded up my favorite personal care products from the beauty mecca that don't top $15.

Photo: Pursoma

Pursoma Flawless Flora Body Polish, $15

The luxe bath and shower brand just launched in Ulta stores, which is majorly good news. This beautifully-smelling hibiscus body scrub uses the flower to rejuvenate and strengthen the skin.

Photo: Mario Badescu

Mario Badescu A.H.A. Botanical Body Soap, $8

I love a good chemical exfoliant, and this one works wonders on a flaky bod (or a bod covered in dead skin cells from the driest month). It's got exfoliating fruit extracts that slough off all of that roughness to reveal baby-soft skin.

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Iroha Repairing Peach Foot Mask Socks, $9

I know these are funky, but hear me out: I slip these on post-shower as I'm doing my long skin-care routine. Once 15 minutes are up, I take them off for baby-soft, spa-grade feet—you're welcome, fellow Pilates-goers that have to look at my feet.

Photo: Paul Mitchell

Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Body Bar, $9

If you've ever dealt with body acne, this bar is magic. The soap is infused with tea tree oil, which is antibacterial and antifungal (for those pimples), plus it's got parsley flakes to gently exfoliate while you're lathering.

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SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Yogurt Skin Renewal Recipe Body Scrub, $11

This body product is like my fave breakfast food, but for your skin. Together, uber-healing Manuka honey and probiotic-rich yogurt nourish and hydrate your skin, while vitamin C keeps things bright and even.

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SweetSpot Labs Coconut Lime Gentle Wash, $12

I have a soft spot for this personal care brand—their body washes are literally the best, and this particular one takes the cake for having the most enticing (and seasonally appropriate) scent.


Photo: Fizz & Bubbles

Fizz & Bubble Spearmint Eucalyptus Shower Steamer, $5

My favorite turn-your-shower-into-a-spa hack involves this product—you just plop it down into your tub and the shower water activates the aromatherapy magic. This one wakes me up in the a.m. and relaxes me at night thanks to the fresh eucalyptus scent.

Dr. Bronner's

Dr. Bronner's Lavender Shaving Soap, $10

It takes a lot of effort for me to shave with something other than my body wash, but this product does it for me. The smell is heavenly and it makes shaving my legs less of a chore and more of a moment for self care.

And, most importantly, here's how much soap to use in the shower, according to dermatologists. And this is why your spring beauty regimen should include vitamin C

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