When Did Bodycare Get So Bougie?
Sherine Youssef
Nécessaire The Body Lotion

Nécessaire The Body Lotion, $38: The brand’s bestseller, Christiansen says this blend of niacinamide, vitamins A, C and E, and marula oil, “feels like a wrap of comfort.” I say it makes my skin look like I care about it.

Nécessaire The Body Wash Eucalyptus

Nécessaire The Body Wash, $38: My pick of the range. The eucalyptus body wash (there’s also a fragrance free version) is gorgeous, a rich blend of glycerin, oils and niacinamide.

Costa Brazil Sol Sunlight Body Oil

Costa Brazil Sol Sunlight Body Oil, $81: This extremely curated body range comes from ex-Calvin Klein creative director, Francisco Costa, which, when you see that pared-back packaging, makes all kinds of sense.

Fresh Milk Body Lotion
Palmolive Micellar Aloe Vera Body Wash

Palmolive Micellar Aloe Vera Body Wash, $7: Not expensive, but this incorporates the same micellar technology we’ve all been using to remove makeup, to mildly cleanse body skin.

Palmolive Skin Food

Palmolive Skin Food, $15 each: The skincare world loves native Aussie ingredients quandong, desert lime and Davidson Plum for their vitamin C, antioxidant and AHA benefits – and now your body can get some of that goodness.

Sundae Cherry on Top Shower Foam

Sundae Cherry on Top Shower Foam, $20: Two other skincare faves from our backyard, finger lime (natural AHA) and Kakadu plum (vitamin C powerhouse), make an appearance in this whipped cream-like body wash (can’t lie, it appealed to the 12 year old girl in me).

Rosewater + Pink Clay Cleansing Castile Body Wash

Freshwater Farm Rosewater & Pink Clay Body Wash, $18: On your face, mineral-rich pink clay gently coaxes out impurities and absorbs excess oil, and it pulls off that neat trick here, too.

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