Shave, Wax or Thread
Make sure you exfoliate before shaving because this opens up your pores for a closer shave. Don’t just use your razor directly on your skin, make sure you’re using some type of moisturizing shaving cream with hydrating oils that help glide your razor smoothly and help lock in moisture to your legs. You might also want to try waxing or threading the hair from your legs, since it gets rid of hair for a longer amount of time, which also keeps the irritation levels down.
Women spend so much money on face creams, but not too many spend money on moisturizing products for their legs. Many times body lotions are just not enough and you have a higher chance of having clogged pores with lotions than you do with body oils. This is because oils are lighter and it’s a great way to moisturize your skin deep, especially after the long winter months that leave your skin looking ashy and dull. The best types of body oils are Argan oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, flaxseed oil, lavender and olive oil.
Many women get spider veins, especially when they’re pregnant. Spider veins are caused by increased pressure in the veins and the easiest way to avoid them is to keep moving. Keeping your weight down, exercising and avoiding sitting or standing for long periods of time can help spider veins from appearing. Exercising prevents circulation problems, plus it strengthens your leg muscles. Using the right shoes and keeping your feet elevated also helps.
There are a variety of workouts that can help tone your legs. When it comes to sexy legs, you do have to put in the work. Yoga, running, walking, doing squats and lunges are just some of the exercises that help you achieve great results. Check out this leg workout, which also helps tone your butt.