You’ve swapped out your matte lipsticks for gloss, slathered on highlighter to a Rihanna-level glow and even spritzed SPF on places it’s never been before (your hair), but Pinterest has one more beauty product that needs some of your attention: body scrub. In fact, according to Pinterest, saves for this skin-saver are up 199 percent since last year. And, let’s be real, this trend couldn’t have come at a better time since we’ll be spending the next two months by the pool and need the smoothest skin possible. Ready to slough off your dry and dead skin? Here, seven of our favorite body scrubs to add to your shower routine.

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Herbivore Botanicals ‘Coco Rose’ Body Polish

Natural beauty buffs, listen up. This scrub is filled with raw sugar, coconut oil and Moroccan rose petals for a clean finish.

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Kopari ‘Coconut Crush’ Scrub

This entire non-toxic brand is heavily infused with coconut bits, but this product specifically uses actual broken-up pieces of Tahitian coconut shell to buff the dry stuff right off your body.

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Aesop ‘Geranium Leaf’ Body Scrub

Sure, this stimulating gel-based exfoliant will buff away any dry or dead skin thanks to its blend of pumice and bamboo stem. But it’s the geranium scent that will have your S.O. stealing it on the reg.

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Clarins Exfoliating Body Scrub

Those with gentle skin, who still want an effective exfoliant, look no further.

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The Organic Pharmacy ‘Cleopatra’s Body Scrub’

Salt and sugar crystals are what give this scrub its royal title.

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Tree Hut ‘Shea’ Sugar Scrub

Nearly 3,000 reviewers agree: This scrub is the best budget-friendly option around.

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Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub

This might be super-buzzy on Instagram, but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective. Roasted and blended coffee beans and macadamia and almond oils work magic by invigorating tired skin.

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