Struggling With Strawberry Legs?

How to (finally) Get Rid of Strawberry Legs!
Throw Out That Old Razor!
  • Shaving with an old or dull razor can easily lead to strawberry legs, mostly due to razor burn! Help combat Strawberry Legs by switching out your razor  every 5-7 days.
  • Be sure to clean your razor after each use. Store your razor in a dry area to prevent unwanted bacteria from growing on your razor.
  • When shaving, use long strokes for a smoother, long lasting shave.

Don’t Use Just Any Moisturizer or Soap!

  • When shaving, it’s best to do so once your skin has been softened in the shower. Using a moisturizing shave cream can help prevent annoying skin irritation and cuts!
  • Once you have washed away dirt and bacteria, apply a thin layer of moisturizing shave cream to maintain a soft, supple texture.
  • Check out our Whipped Soaps! They are ultra moisturizing and soothing. Our Whipped Soaps double as a shaving cream.

Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate!

  • Regularly exfoliating your skin is amazing for removing dead skin cells that could clog pores and hair follicles. Clogged Pores = Strawberry Legs!
  • Use a gentle exfoliator like one of our Ultra Moisturizing Body Scrubs. These are perfect for sensitive to normal skin.
  • Exfoliate 1-2 times per week.

Moisturize Consistently!

  • Apply a gentle moisturizer after showering, especially if you’ve just shaved, this helps seal in moisture.
  • Avoid any moisturizers with self tanning in them; they tend to make the dark pitting appear more pronounced!
  • Our luxurious Body Butters and Oils are perfect for locking in moisture and fading those pesky dark spots!

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