We’re no strangers to fruit when it comes to our beauty routines. From watermelons to oranges to avocados, our skin is frequently treated to produce. Now, just in time for summer, Glow Recipe has released a pineapple-based brightening serum promising brighter and even skin.

Turns out pineapple is a key ingredient for glowing complexions and even serves as a gentle exfoliator. And Glow Recipe isn’t the first beauty brand to tap into the tropical fruit’s powers. (Though, it is the first to pack it into a cute pineapple-shaped bottle.) There are masks for both your skin and hair, exfoliating cleansers, in-shower body lotion and even hair lightening spray. Plus, you can use all of these pineapple picks year-round.

Here are the best pineapple beauty products out there.

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Glow Recipe
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Juice Beauty
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Sun Bum

Blonde Hair Lightener, $14.99 at DermStore

Looking to lighten things up for summer? Infused with pineapples and honey, Sun Bum’s formula brightens blond locks by creating subtle tones and highlights without any brassiness. There’s also hydrogen peroxide to speed the process along so you’ll have sun-kissed strands in no time.

Glow Recipe

Pineapple-C Brightening Serum, $49 at Sephora

Glow Recipe’s watermelon-based products have been big hits and now the brand is betting on pineapple. This potent yet lightweight serum also boasts vitamin C and hyaluronic acid to brighten skin and even tone. There’s even chamomile to calm redness and soothe complexions.

Herbivore Botanicals

Brighten Pineapple + Gemstone Mask, $48 at Herbivore Botanicals

This natural radiance mask relies on pineapple and papaya enzymes that offer alpha hydroxy acids to gently exfoliate skin. Brazilian white tourmaline gemstone brightens and illuminates your complexion, while rice powder softens and smooths. Just apply a thin layer to your face, leave on 15 to 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. If you’re more the sensitive type, go ahead and rinse off the formula after just five minutes.

Drunk Elephant

B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, $52 at Sephora

Drunk Elephant’s hydration powerhouse contains watermelon, apple and pineapple. The vitamin B5 serum replenishes nutrients while moisturizing your skin throughout the day. It improves the texture and tone of your skin and fights fine lines and wrinkles. With a pH level of 5.7, the serum is ideal for all types of skin.

Kate Somerville

ExfoliKate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment, $85 at Ulta Beauty

Polish your skin with this papaya, pineapple and pumpkin enzyme-enhanced exfoliating treatment. The powerful combo clarifies and renews complexions, revealing smoother, brighter, healthier skin. Natural exfoliants lactic acid and silica deep clean pores, while aloe vera and honey soothe and condition.

Pacifica

Pineapple Hydrate Curl Nourishing Mask, $16 at Ulta Beauty

Pineapple can even help your strands. This nourishing mask specifically designed for curly manes adds hydration to rescue dry locks. Pineapple paired with rice proteins, avocado and coconut enrich and nourish curls while controlling frizz. It’s vegan and cruelty-free and works in just 10 minutes.

Maui Moisture

Body Care Lightly Hydrating Pineapple Papaya In-Shower Lotion, $12 at Amazon

Not only will this fruity concoction put you in a tropical state of mind, its blend of papaya butter, pineapple extract and mango butter delivers moisture to your parched skin. Instead of relying on basic H2O, Maui Moisture uses aloe vera and coconut water as its base. So your skin will feel hydrated and glow after every shower.

Juice Beauty

Exfoliating Cleanser, $25 at Juice Beauty

Certified organic refining pineapple enzymes team up with soothing aloe vera juices featuring dissolving jojoba beads to cleanse and exfoliate. It also supplies skin with nutrient-rich algae and hydration helpers organic shea and sesame. Designed for all skin types, the cleanser works especially well on dry or oily complexions.

Sephora Collection

Face Mask – Pineapple – Pore Perfecting, $6 at Sephora

Banish blemishes and dry skin with the brand’s pore-perfecting pineapple face mask. The next-gen mask has a new bio-fiber formula to hug all your contours to ensure the good stuff gets where it needs to go. And it works in just 15 minutes.

Kiehl’s

Pineapple Papaya Facial Scrub, $28 at Macy’s

Small pieces of pineapple and papaya along with natural vitamin oils enhance this scrub’s exfoliation abilities and moisture retention. That’s on top of buffing away dead skin cells. All you need is a small amount dabbed on clean, damp skin, then wait a minute before gently massaging the treatment into your skin. Remove with a damp, lukewarm cloth or sponge for glowing results.

Sun Bum

Blonde Hair Lightener, $14.99 at DermStore

Looking to lighten things up for summer? Infused with pineapples and honey, Sun Bum’s formula brightens blond locks by creating subtle tones and highlights without any brassiness. There’s also hydrogen peroxide to speed the process along so you’ll have sun-kissed strands in no time.

Glow Recipe

Pineapple-C Brightening Serum, $49 at Sephora

Glow Recipe’s watermelon-based products have been big hits and now the brand is betting on pineapple. This potent yet lightweight serum also boasts vitamin C and hyaluronic acid to brighten skin and even tone. There’s even chamomile to calm redness and soothe complexions.

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