(Inga Hendrickson)

The Grooming Essentials of 2016


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Personal care essentials for before and after your workout. 

(Jack Black)

Jack Black Dry Down Friction-Free Powder 

Dust this on prior to exercising and the mix of friction-busting silica, moisture-absorbent cornstarch, antimicrobial zinc oxide, and soothing plant extracts will help keep skin smooth and dry. 

Price $20 

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(The Konjac Sponge Company)

Konjac Sponge Company Exfoliating Loofah 

This biodegradable scrubber is made from skin-coddling plant fibers, and bamboo charcoal deters microbe growth. Toss it in with the compost at the end of its three-month life span. 

Price $21 

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(Sun Bum)

Sun Bum Beach Formula 3 in 1 Leave In Conditioner 

UV rays don’t just fry skin—they also weaken your hair’s protein structure. Sun Bum’s leave-in protects and fortifies with coconut oil and quinoa protein. 

Price $15 

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(All Good Products)

All Good Lips Organic SPF 15 Chai Lip Balm

Zinc oxide provides broad-spectrum sun defense, while organic calendula, beeswax, vitamin E, and olive oil safeguard against chapping. 

Price $3.50 

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(Eau Thermale Avène)

Eau Thermale Avène Cleanance Expert Acne Treatment 

Avène’s breakthrough formula curbs oil production and obliterates bacteria with a compound that also soothes and reduces inflammation. 

Price $26

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Philosophy Turbo Booster C Powder Topical Antioxidant 

Too much sun? Mix a scoop of this blend of vitamin C, zinc, and copper with a dab of your favorite moisturizer to calm burns and repair cell damage. 

Price $39 

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(Byrd Hairdo Products)

Byrd Soap on a Rope 

Designed by pro surfer Chase Wilson, this 12-ounce brick uses coconut oil and sea salt to clean body, face, and hair without ­drying you out. 

Price $16
From Summer Buyer’s Guide 2016 Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson

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