Better Bath: Shower Scrubbers for All Your Hard-to-Reach Places

Brush up on full-body skincare.

Shower scrubber and towel hanging in bathroom.
Stock up on everything you need for the best bath ever.Pexels

From your face to your shoulders to the middle of your back, a good scrub is the key to happy, smooth skin. Here are three things to know before buying a shower brush.

Shower Brush with Soft and Stiff Bristles,for Exfoliating Skin and A Soft Scrub,Double-sided Brush Head for Wet or Dry Brushing,Specially Long Wooden Handle Cleans the Body Easily

Versatile Design

This two-in-one tool works in and out of water.Metene

Unless you’re a professional yogi, chances are you can’t reach that little spot on your back between your shoulder blades in the shower. That’s where a long-handled scrubber comes in. There are lots of types to choose from, including exfoliating bristles, soft mesh, natural sponge and scratchy natural loofah.

Shower Body Brush with Bristles and Loofah,Back Scrubber Bath Mesh Sponge with Curved Long Handle for Skin Exfoliating Bath, Massage Bristles Suitable for Wet or Dry, Men and Women (Blue)

Hangs Up Neatly

It features a convenient hole as well as a rope for stowing in multiple ways. HONOMA

Sweat can trap dirt and grime in your pores and in nooks and crannies where skin touches skin. That’s why giving your sweatiest spots—like the middle of your back along your bra line—a good scrub every day is a good idea.

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Rainbow of Colors

Mildew-resistant materials for massaging hard-to-reach places.PRETTY SEE

If you’ve got skin irritation where your hair hits your chest, neck, or back, it could be caused by ingredients in your shampoo and conditioner running onto your skin. For this reason, it’s smart to scrub and rinse your back and chest after hair washing.