Your shower scrubber says a lot about you - and can turn your bathroom into an in-home spa. A good scrubber refreshes the skin, improves circulation, gently cleans, and much more. 

So which should you use?

The Brush 

for the Exfoliator 

With coarse bristles, brushes are effective exfoliators. Thanks to lengthy handles, they’re good at scrubbing those hard-to-reach places. Brushes should be replaced after 3 to 6 months. 

The Natural Loofah 

for the Eco-Conscious 

Natural loofahs are dried vegetables. They’re gentle scrubbers that exfoliate dead skin. They’re 100% biodegradable and should be replaced every 3 to 4 weeks to prevent bacteria build up. 

The Sponge Pouf 

for the First-Time Scrubber 

Poufs are made of mesh plastic and are available in most stores. They maximize soap and are super durable. But poufs should be replaced every 2 months - and are not recyclable. 

The Bath Mitt

for the Customizer 

Bath mitts come in a variety of materials, making for a more custom scrub. Try silicone mitts for sensitive skin, cotton mitts to unclog pores. Mitts are often machine-washable, offering more indefinite use. 


Which scrubber are you going to try next? 

  • The Brush
  • The Natural Loofah 
  • The Sponge Pouf 
  • The Bath Mitt