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Step 1: Give a little
Use an exfoliating scrub before you shave your legs. This step helps wash away any dead skin and
leaves your legs ready for a super smooth shave. Exfoliating makes sure you’re
getting the closest shave possible by letting your razor get all the way to the
root of your hair.
Bath&Body Works Aromatherapy Sugar Scrub, $16, bathandbodyworks.com
Step 2: Lather up
If you want the smoothest legs around, you’ve gotta grab
some shaving cream before you pick up your razor. Using cream will help to
prevent those annoying nicks that never seem to stop bleeding. A pair of
perfectly shaven legs could be ruined by a hot pink Band-Aid if you accidentally
nick yourself. Using shaving cream will also help keep your skin moisturized
Skintimate Shaving Gel, $4, drugstore.com
Step 3: Stay sharp
If you want goddess-like legs, make sure you use a sharp
razor. You don’t need to buy the most expensive one out there, but you do need
to change your razor about every couple weeks. If you use a dull razor, you’re
more likely to get razor burn or to cut yourself shaving. Take a look at your
razor before you start shaving. If it looks dull, dented or rusty, throw it out
and grab a new one!
Bic Soleil Twilight Triple Blade Disposable Shavers (pack of 4), $7, pharmapacks.com
Step 4: Soothe for
Apply lotion to your legs right after you get out of the
shower. It’s super important to remember this step so that your legs don’t dry
out. If you shower at night and sleep with your legs slathered in lotion, by
the morning they will be silky smooth and you’ll smell amazing for the day. Your
legs will look absolutely fab in that new pair of shorts that you have been
dying to wear!
Olay Body Lotion Silk Whimsy Pump, $8, walmart.com
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BY HANNAH NOYES ON 5/15/2014 5:00:00 PM
POSTED IN body, shaving 101, how to shave, skin problems, dry skin, sensitive skin, beauty, skin
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