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How do you get nice legs!

Not like movie star legs, but ones that don't get little red spots. I try and shave every other day or so, but I always get them on my upper legs. I have used just about every razer and crams but still the same results. Any suggestions?

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Asked by CorCorsmomma at 11:01 PM on Dec. 30, 2008 in Beauty & Style

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  • My husband actually likes that about my legs. They are very smooth and soft. Make sure you have a good razor. I also use baby oil. Just a few squirts in the bath water. Make sure and put lotion on after every bath also.

    Answer by bellasrose71008 at 11:17 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • Do you exfoliate in the shower? Like use a loofah or anything? I have noticed that if I dont use my loofah i get icky red bumps but as long as I exfoliate my legs on (well whole body) a regular basis my skin stays nice and smooth, also using a good thick lotion i prefer the bath and body works body creams.

    Answer by SweetPea05 at 11:23 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

  • Soak in the tub for a while before you shave. The hair softens up a lot that way. Try using your conditioner (hair conditioner) on your legs before you shave. I do that instead of shaving cream, it helps the razor glide better. Just be careful not to slip and cut yourself.


    Answer by MomOfJandM at 12:04 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • I use conditioner to shave too momofjandm! And I do a sugar scrub every week or so to slough off dead skin :) No red bumbs here!

    Answer by JohnnyCakes at 1:47 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • Azulene Oil, Azulene Oil, Azulene oil!!

    Answer by elleinad at 2:55 AM on Dec. 31, 2008

  • Check for food allergies. I've got a wheat sensitivity and get something called DH(dermatitis herpetiformis) when I eat things like pizza crust or bread. When I cut my wheat and gluten consumption the bumps (combination of mini hives, blisters and what looks like ingrowns, but are not) go away like magic.

    Answer by Kestrel1 at 9:14 AM on Jan. 5, 2009

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