Let’s Get Sudsy – What’s In My Shower!

Hey guys! It’s Aspen, and whilst bathing earlier today, I had begun to wonder what other people use to get all clean & sudsy. Since we all talk about how we get ready for practically any event, from getting ready for school to going out at night, why not share what we use to cleanse ourselves on a daily basis?

I do not use all of these products on a daily basis. For example, I do not wash my hair everyday and therefore do not use my shampoo and conditioner accordingly. I also don’t recommend scrubbing your skin with an exfoliant everyday as that would do more harm than good.

Without further ado, here is what I use whilst in the shower!

Products

Shower Gel

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Satsuma Shower Gel by The Body Shop, $8.00 (The Body Shop)

 

1. Satsuma Shower Gel by The Body Shop, $8.00 (The Body Shop)

I don’t know about you, but I will rarely ever wake up feeling like I’ve gotten enough sleep from the night before, and honestly, I can use all the help that I can get. My morning routine begins with this shower gel because it has a zingy, citrus scent that brightens up my mood, even on the worst of Monday mornings.

Exfoliant

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Ocean Salt by Lush, $21.95-$35.95 for 4.2-8.8 oz. (Lush)

 

2. Ocean Salt by Lush, $21.95-$35.95 for 4.2-8.8 oz. (Lush)

Before shaving my legs, I will first exfoliate my skin using this scrub from Lush. Whilst being effective in sloshing off dead skin, it is also slightly moisturizing as well. Furthermore, I’ll use this scrub on my face 2-3 times a week, although I would not recommend doing this if you have sensitive skin.

Shaving Gel

 

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Tropical Splash Shaving Gel by Skintimate, $3.59 (Walgreens)

3. Tropical Splash Shaving Gel by Skintimate, $3.59 (Walgreens)

Nobody likes the feeling of prickly, unshaven legs, so I use this shaving gel by Skintimate, in conjunction with my razor, to keep my body all soft & silky smooth. I also like the fruity scent of this product, especially when I use it with my Satsuma shower gel as the citrus scents pair nicely together.

Razor

 

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Bic Soleil Sensitive Skin Triple Blade Shaver for Women, $4.99 (Target)

4. Bic Soleil Sensitive Skin Triple Blade Shaver for Women, $4.99 for 4 razors (Target)

There is nothing special about this razor – it works well when it comes to shaving and removing unwanted hair. It was also one of the cheapest packs of razors that I could find whilst shopping at Target, which is probably one of the main reasons why I had picked these up in the first place.

Cleanser

 

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Clean & Clear Morning Burst Hydrating Facial Cleanser, $5.49 (Target)

 

5. Clean & Clear Morning Burst Hydrating Facial Cleanser, $5.49 for 8 oz. (Target)

Besides being affordable and pretty to look at, this cleanser is also effective in taking off makeup and cleansing the skin. I prefer this cleanser over others because I can use this soap in my eye area to remove stubborn waterproof mascara and it doesn’t burn my eyes. It also leaves my face feeling light & moisturized, not dry & tight.

Facial Exfoliant

 

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up & up Apricot Blemish Scrub, $2.69 (Target)

6. up & up Apricot Blemish Scrub, $2.69 for 6 oz. (Target)

Throughout the month, my skin tends to stay pretty clear because of this scrub, using it only 2-3 times a week. I also have horrendous hormonal acne, making my skin need the extra exfoliation to keep from breaking out into a million unsightly spots within a few days.

Shampoo

 

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Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo, $4.99 for 23.7 fl oz. (Target)

 

7. Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo, $4.99 for 23.7 fl oz. (Target)

I don’t know about anyone else, but my head & hair are always the sweatiest places of my body after working out. I wash my hair every other day, and because my hair is so dry, it needs a lot of extra moisturization. This shampoo provides just that, leaving my hair feeling clean & conditioned.

Conditioner

 

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Tresemme Conditioner Moisture Rich, $3.44 (Target)

 

8. Tresemme Conditioner Moisture Rich, $3.44 for 32 oz. (Target)

As I’ve mentioned before, I  get very dry skin & hair during the summer. The vitamin E in this conditioner helps to keep my hair soft & shiny, making it my favorite hair product.

Tools

Shower Loofah

 

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Bath Lily from The Body Shop, $3.00 (The Body Shop)

 

9. Bath Lily from The Body Shop, $3.00 (The Body Shop)

After a few months of using a loofah, mine tend to go a little bit ratty and just plain gross. I don’t know why this happens, but it does. So, whenever I’m shopping at The Body Shop and I find one of their loofahs on sale, I will be sure to pick it up because I know I will need a new one in the future.

Facial Brush

 

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Face Complexion Brush by Sephora, $7.00 (Sephora)

10. Face Complexion Brush by Sephora, $7.00 (Sephora)

When used with my Ocean Salt scrub from Lush, this brush will remove dead skin amazingly, leaving my face feeling perfectly soft & clean. I do not recommend using this brush on both your face & body because it can make acne worse by spreading around bacteria.

Wide-Tooth Comb

 

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Detangling Comb from The Body Shop, $7.00 (The Body Shop)

11. Detangling Comb from The Body Shop, $7.00 (The Body Shop)

To evenly distribute conditioner and other products into my hair, I’ll use a wide-tooth comb to keep my locks from breaking and getting split ends. In general, I love The Body Shop because their products are made using fair-trade ingredients, and they have really good sales every few months.

Let me know what’s in your shower, and don’t forget to like & follow!

Have a beautiful night,

Aspen:)

Disclaimer: I do not own the pictures or music used in this post, and all rights go to their rightful owners. I am not affiliated with any of the brands and/or companies mentioned in this post, nor is this post sponsored.

4 thoughts on “Let’s Get Sudsy – What’s In My Shower!

  1. I love these sorts of posts! I’m the sort of nosey person that will go through peoples cosmetics in their bathroom or bedroom to see what they use! haha, so this post makes me happy! 😀

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