Taking care of your body shouldn't stop at the gym. 

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Kopari Coconut Crush Scrub ($38)

Who doesn’t want to be gently massaged by tiny bits of crushed Tahitian coconut shells? This organic coconut oil-based body scrub sloughs off dry skin, leaving you moisturized, super-smooth, and smelling sweet.

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Baudelaire Wool Bath Sponge ($21)

Softer than your average loofa and gentler than a synthetic shower puff, Baudelaire’s all-natural “wool” sea sponge, responsibly harvested in the Gulf of Mexico, works up a luxurious lather.

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Malin + Goetz Eucalyptus Body Wash ($20)

A blend of cleansing amino acids, naturally hydrating glycerin, and a spa-like eucalyptus scent (that’s neither too masculine nor too feminine) make this a nicely balanced body wash.

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Eve Lom Cleansing Cloths ($18)

What are muslin cleansing cloths, you ask? Well, they’re made from super-soft, perfectly textured, 100 percent cotton that gently exfoliates in a way none of your current washcloths can.

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JBL Clip 2 Speaker ($60)

Better than leaving your laptop on the sink so you can listen to iTunes in the tub. The gift of this waterproof bluetooth speaker is the gift of 8 hours of shower-karaoke or podcast listening on each charge. It’s crisp, powerful sound in an ultra-light, rugged little case.

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Fig and Yarrow Alpine Pumice Foot Balm ($28)

“I want to snuggle up next to someone with rough, calloused feet,” said no one, ever. Keep all the feet in your life soft with this foot scrub made from ground pumice stone, coconut and shea butters, deodorizing baking soda, and antimicrobial essential oils.

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Fulton & Roark Cleansing Tool ($16)

Paired with your favorite face wash, the bacteria-resistant silicone scrubbers on this mitt will keep your face exfoliated, free of dirt and oil, and clear of blemishes.

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Rainy Day Essentials

Live in Portland, Oregon? These two items deserve a permanent place in your everyday kit.  (Courtesy Fjallraven) Fjällräven Sörmland Crew Sweater ($150) Cushy lamb’s wool makes Fjällräven’s Sörmland Crew sweater buttery soft, while ribbed cuffs and hem keep out winter’s chill. But let’s be honest, we dig it for its simple, clean look. Buy Now (Courtesy Hunter) Hunter Women’s Original Adjustable Gloss Rain Boots ($160) The Hunter Women’s Original Adjustable Gloss Rain Boots have an old-school puddle-stomper vibe. Yet these handmade natural-rubber beauties are more than show pieces: siped soles grip slick surfaces, and back buckles cinch the tops

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The Ultimate Wardrobe for Adventurous Women

For the ladies who play hard and après even harder.  (Courtesy Toad&Co) Toad&Co Dakotah Long Sleeve Travel Shirt ($69) We’re now firmly in the era of performance plaid. The polyester-wool blend of Toad&Co’s Dakotah Long Sleeve Travel shirt dries quickly if you work up a sweat and has nicely accommodating stretch, plus warmth in spades. Buy Now (Courtesy Royal Robbins) Royal Robbins Highlands Pullover ($75) Royal Robbins’s straightforward Highlands pullover is made from wool blended with a little nylon and linen and crafted with a wide neck and hem for comfort and easy layering over a shirt. Buy Now

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...And Adventurous Men, Too

Clothes for work and play when temperatures dip.  (Courtesy Burton) Burton AK BK Lite Insulator Jacket ($250) The Burton AK BK Lite Insulator jacket is a streetworthy layer with technical features. Constructed from water-resistant ripstop and plush down, it packs away in its own pocket. Buy Now (Courtesy Untuckit) Untuckit Epluchage Shirt ($98) Denim is our favorite rugged everyday wear, so we were smitten when style pioneer Untuckit used it to make the Epluchage shirt. Red stitching at the hem adds understated flair. Buy Now (Courtesy Patagonia) Patagonia Powder Town Beanie ($39) Unlike your old wool cap, Patagonia’s Powder

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Buy This Watch. Plant a Tree.

The gift of a watch says “You’re special.” The gift of the WeWood Laguna timepiece ($320) says “You’re one of a kind.” Italian manufacturer WeWood uses remnant hardwoods, so no trees are cut down to get that handsome, grainy bezel and band. For the Laguna, the brand reclaimed oak from old mooring posts used to mark off entrances or tie up boats in the canals of Venice, Italy. That oak is paired with precise Swiss movement, scratchproof glass, and glow-in-the-dark hands. For every watch it sells, WeWood plants a tree—over 500,000, from mangroves to ponderosa pines, across the globe since 2010. So

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