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luffylovelou asked:

10 May 2009

I need help with my legs.

Their super dry and i can't get them to look nice. Im self-concious in gym class because of my dry legs. And its very visible. Its disgusting.

Do any of you have any really strong-moisturizing home remidies?

Or even cheap drugstore brands?



baze says:

Posted on 12 May 2009

I used to have the same problem. The remedy I started using was after each shower/bath/swimming I would use lotion on my entire body. I found that Suave Oatmeal lotion or Vitamin E lotion works best, lasts 24 hours & is really cheap. When you first start using it, I would use it 2-3 times a day, but after about a week or so you should have restored enough moisture to your skin to use it only after your shower.


pvuong says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

I just usually use lotion; maybe try this?

Product description:

If you have normal to dry skin this is the perfect moisturizing lotion for you. The water based hand and body lotion moisturizes without leaving an oily feel. It absorbs quickly, too, so you can quickly get back to what you were doing. Recommended by dermatologists. Lotion Type: Liquid; Packing Type: Pump Dispenser; Capacity (Volume): 16 oz; Capacity (Weight): N\A.

* For normal to dry skin.

* Water based hand and body lotion moisturizes without leaving an oily feel.

* Absorbs quickly.

* Recommended by dermatologists.


undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

I use curel lotion and it works great :] Use this ultra healing extra- strength skin hydrant, its wonderful :]


mikiya04 says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

look into lotions for dry skin. immediately after taking a shower lotion up. don't take excessively long, hot showers, it will only make it worse. curel lotion is good you can also look into shea or coco butters, the actual butter not the lotions.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

first when i'm in the shower i would use and exfoilator on them to try and wash away any dry loose skin then i would use baby oil after my shower (lavender smells so good lol)

baby oil will stay and last for a long time and it will keep the moisture locked in


georgie_babbs says:

Posted on 14 May 2009

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Lotion

Enriched with Vitamin E, in a soothing emollient base. Heals and softens rough, dry skin. Smoothes marks. Tones skin. An excellent all-over-the body moisturizer.

It normally costs around £2.70 for a 250ml bottle which isn't too pricey and should last a decent amount of time, and it isn't tested on animals. :thumbup:

hope this helps x

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