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The festive season is here and your social calendar is looking busier than usual. With parties, get-togethers and much more, get ready to flaunt some leg with all those short skirts and dresses. These are a few tips to getting softer, silkier legs this party season.
They will give you that instant boost of confidence and are the perfect accessory for those short hemlines!
Flakes are fine for breakfast, not on your legs. The top layer or our skin often gets clogged with dead cells, blocking moisture in general. Choose a salt or sugar scrub with essential oils to soften skin like The Body Shop Chocomania Body Scrub. For more delicate skin, try an exfoliator with oats and shea butter like Clarins Exfoliating Body Scrub. Use small, circular motions to rub. Regular exfoliation also helps get rid of annoying, bumpy ingrowths which means smoother skin. Go through our complete guide to exfoliation.
Want your legs to shine bright like a diamond? We do too. A lot of women use baby oil but it feels too sticky. Instead, try your hands at bronzing oils, like The Body Shop Shimmering Dry Bronzing Oil. They are a secret weapon among celebrities and last for hours at a stretch. Take some in your hand and massage thoroughly on legs and thighs for an irresistible sun-kissed glow.
You can be out and about when you look down and spot a dry patch on your legs. Here’s a quick trick- slap on some water on the dry patch and let it airdry by the time you reach your destination. You'll see an instant difference and your legs will look eventoned and supple.
Moisturizing and exfoliating are an absolute must for silky smooth legs, but keeping them fit and toned contributes to their aesthetic appeal as well. A bit of exercise like jogging or running or even doing a few squats daily can give you toned, shapely legs that are perfect for short skirts and dresses with sexy slits.MUST-READ: #RealGirlBeauty: How to Treat the Blackheads on Your Nose! MUST-READ: #RealGirlBeauty: How to Get Your Hair Ready for the Festive Season