Ahh, shower time. You crank the temperature to the notch just below burning hot, set your playlist to your favorite Lucky Daye track, and look at yourself in the mirror until the water warms up. But your shower oasis would be incomplete without a moisturizing body wash that keeps your dry skin from feeling like it’s about to crack the minute it touches the air.You’re in full control of the next 15 minutes— or more, if you’re really getting into a shower karaoke groove — under the water, and when you emerge, your skin should be clean without sacrificing every drop of hydration. If your body washes have been auditioning for the #1 position on your shelf, you might give them a run for their money by introducing your skin to some of these options.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Sol de Janeiro Coco Cabana Moisturizing Body Cream-CleanserSometimes you remember a tropical getaway so vividly that certain scents take you right back to the days you spent sipping piña coladas under the sun. Sol de Janeiro’s cream cleanser, formulated with a lush blend of cupuaçu butter and coconut oil, gives you the chance to breathe in that island memory every time you pour it into your hand.Sol de Janeiro Coco Cabana Moisturizing Body Cream-Cleanser, $, available at SephoraNécessaire The Body WashThe gel texture and plentiful lather of this no-frills body wash leaves skin squeaky-clean but still soft and nourished, thanks to a slew of lightweight oils, vitamins, and omega fatty acids.Nécessaire The Body Wash, $, available at NécessaireJ.R. Watkins Awaken Creamy Body WashIf you’ve been working from home, the days can start to blend into one hazy block of time — and sometimes your morning cup of coffee just doesn’t cut through the sleepiness. Bergamot, calendula, and coriander come together in this body wash to give your senses the jolt they need to start the day strong.J.R. Watkins AWAKEN Creamy Body Wash, $, available at J.R. WatkinsMario Badescu Rose Body SoapThis best-selling — and affordable — formula from Mario Badescu has a light, foamy consistency and a bouquet’s worth of rosewater and rose oil to keep skin soft as a petal and smelling amazing.Mario Badescu Rose Body Soap, $, available at Mario BadescuShea Radiance African Black Soap Body WashBeloved for its ability to keep skin clear without stripping it of moisture, this African black soap-based body wash gets all the praise in the customer reviews. From its spa-like scent to the fresh feeling it leaves behind, this charcoal, coconut oil, and lavender-infused formula might be the next star of your shower lineup.Shea Radiance African Black Soap Body Wash, $, available at Shea RadianceNative x Jungalow Palm Leaf & Bergamot Body WashWe love a creative collaboration, and that’s exactly what we got from this pair-up between designer Justina Blakeney and go-to clean deodorant brand Native. The collection includes four body wash and deodorant combinations in scents like sandalwood and fig and palm leaf and bergamot, pictured here. Now you can smell good in the shower and out.Native x Jungalow Palm Leaf & Bergamot Body Wash, $, available at NativePlant Apothecary Wakey Wakey Organic Body WashSometimes you just need to hear from someone else that a new product is worth your hard-earned money. Plant Apothecary’s amber-colored, rosemary-and-lemongrass scented body wash is so good that one customer review noted, “I have quit using the soaps I already have.” Now that’s cause for a battle of the body washes.Plant Apothecary WAKEY WAKEY Organic Body Wash, $, available at Plant ApothecaryBawdy Beauty The Bawdy WashIts clever phonetic spelling aside, this nutrient-rich wash is not your average creamy consistency. Shake it onto your loofah and you’ll see it transform from powder to foam like magic before your eyes. The non-traditional formula is super concentrated, so a little goes a long way. Bawdy Beauty The Bawdy Wash, $, available at Bawdy BeautyDove Deep Moisture Body WashSpeaking of creamy body washes, Dove does not miss with its cult classic. Squeezing this bottle in a hurry might make you double check the label in case you’d accidentally use your body lotion because of its thick consistency, but that’s just what you need to keep your skin from drying out.Dove Deep Moisture Body Wash, $, available at Target.comTouch Body Works Black Tie Charcoal Body WashWe aren’t sure how many black-tie Zoom events you’re getting ready for these days, but the good news is you can use this body wash even on the days you’re throwing on sweats. Made with charcoal and shea butter, this wash works to gently remove impurities and clear body breakouts.Touch Body Works Black Tie Charcoal Body Wash, $, available at Touch Body WorksPiperWai Body Wash MiniWe’ve heard that good things come in small packages, and that’s definitely the case for this fun-sized wash packed with ginger and essential oils. The mini version is as good as it gets ahead of the official product launch, but if you love it, you can join the waitlist to know when the full size becomes available.PiperWai PiperWai Body Wash Mini, $, available at PiperWaiAveeno Daily Moisturizing Body WashWhen you think of calming body products available at just about every drugstore, Aveeno most likely comes to mind. The brand’s beloved body wash uses oats to calm inflammation in a thick, nourishing formula that doesn’t irritate even the most sensitive skin.Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Wash for Dry Skin with Soothing, $, available at AmazonNubian Heritage Mango Butter Body Wash You can either eat your mangoes or bathe with them thanks to this nourishing option from Nubian Heritage. If you’re one of the lucky ones with a tub to soak in, pour some of this in your bath, stretch your toes, and relax until the water gets cold or until you realize your fingers turned to prunes.Nubian Heritage Mango Butter Body Wash, $, available at Nubian HeritageLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?