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    Recommendations for (extremely) moisturizing body washes so I can have smooth legs?

  • #2
    I thought what's more important is a good skincare routine like scrubbing + hair removal + moisurising?

    I use Loreal Exfotonic + Ginvera moisturiser!

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    • #3
      Do you have a good body scrub to recommend? I used to use some cheapo one from watsons but it didn't really work for me. My skin's extremely dry, so looking for a really moisturizing body wash.

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      • #4
        I think scrubbing and putting a good moisturizer does the trick. I use TBS african spa scrub and Skindazzles body frosting and i wake up to really silky legs.

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        • #5
          I agree totally!

          Scrubbing then shaving followed by lotion makes my legs really smooth with a nice sheen.

          For scrubs, i like L'Oreal Exfotonic ; The Body Shop Olive Scrub or Soya Scrub. If you're into buying online, some etailers have very good scrubs too

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          • #6
            I just recommended a really good scrub in the "Lush" thread, and it's called Aqua Mirabilis which makes my legs feel so silky smooth!

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            • #7
              i pluck my leg hairs so i wont get any thick stubbles.. and i use the st ives apricot scrub for my legs and apply the body shop's body butter after i shower.

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              • #8
                I recommend Loreal Exfotonic too. You can get the twice pack at only $29.90 while the individual one is selling at $19.90 if i am not wrong.

                mztweekz , isn't it so painful to pluck your leg's hair? For me, i shave them...

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                • #9
                  I love L'Oreal exfotonic, my friend told me that shops like Ocean and AMK red tomato sell it at $10+ only. I use mandi lulur to scrub also, but prefer L'oreal exfotonic

                  Used to use Jergens but now switch to TBS coconut body butter. I think body butter would be more suitable for your dry legs.

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                  • #10
                    I used to use Jergens too. Made my legs less dry BUT it's just not enough. I'll check out some of these recommendations when i'm free. Thanks girls.

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                    • #11
                      Some shops sell Exfotonic cheap, but when I check the back (for instructions), notice that they're made in Thailand... :huh: I prefer to buy the original packaging one.

                      The twin pack is selling for $25 ~ I can still c some Watsons & Guardian carrying them.

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                      • #12
                        anyone using veet?

                        i'm always reluctant to apply any moisturizer or watsoever on my legs cos the hair really grows faster if i do..im not joking!


                        any ladies experiences the same thing?

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                        • #13
                          Tried Veet before. Hair grows out within 1 day.

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                          • #14
                            I alternate Jergens in cherry almond with Dove Body Silk every night after bath. Now my skin is silky smooth. In office, i use the Watsons Body Moisturiser in milk.

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                            • #15
                              yes jergens is really good!!! i use that too.

                              even my fren is aussie will ask me to buy soem over for her whenever i go over!

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