I'm happy to see that drugstore brands are branching out from their normal floral scents to try some more unusual ones. This spring, Caress launched Japanese Exotic Oil Infusions (around $5.99), a body wash inspired by the islands of Japan. It contains white lotus extract and kukui nut oil, which are claimed to having healing properties.
While the scent doesn't necessarily whisk me away to Japan, it's still pleasant—and more importantly, the body wash left my skin feeling moisturized. I know there are lots of more expensive body washes out there, but this one does a great job at a low price. (I just wish the bottle didn't remind me of a Levitra ad.)