1. Wash With Salicylic Acid
Neutrogena Body Clear Pink Grapefruit Body Wash . Wash every day. You’ll keep your skin clear and reduce ingrown hairs.
2. Exfoliate Three Times a Week
The Body Shop Bath Glove. Exfoliating will get kid of all the dry skin cells and guard against ingrown hairs. Use your daily wash with the gentle exfoliating glove three times a week.
3. Moisturize In The Shower
Neutrogena Body Oil or Olay In-Shower Body Lotion. When you wash your skin, you need to add moisture back in (rhyme unintentional). Moisture = soft skin. In-shower moisturizers are pretty new, but seriously up the silky skin game. These do make the shower a little slippery, so be extra careful!
4. Moisturize After the Shower
Nivea Body Firming Lotion or Vaseline Cocoa Butter. I wasn’t kidding about moisturizing. You should be using a body lotion every day – any brand will work. Once you make it a part of your routine, it really doesn’t take that long and is so worth the extra two minutes. You’ll save time if you get one with a pump. It’s also worth mentioning that no lotion you buy at CVS will get rid of your cellulite or transform your legs, but the firming lotions will superficially tighten your skin and stay on a bit longer.