Getting Summer Ready

Posted by Andy Shyr on

With summer quickly approaching, most people are probably scrambling to get bikini-body ready. With these three easy steps, you can be sure to wow anyone with the perfect skin for summer!   Step 1: Getting rid of body acne. If you've been working out nonstop to get the perfect fit bod, chances are you might have acne in some unpleasant areas. Sweat, oil, and bacteria against your skin can clog up pores and make your skin breakout in the chest, shoulder and back area. What's the best way to prevent body acne? Keep your skin clean, and don't delay on showering after a sweaty workout! With Eminence's Hungarian Herbal Mud Treatment, you can be sure to detoxify your skin, open up and clear out your pores, eliminate toxins, and heal your acne-prone skin!   Step 2: Cellulite, cellulite, cellulite. Although there is no real cure to cellulite, we can still reduce the appearance of it to make for the perfect swimsuit body! Cellulite is a common problem for women - over eighty percent have it - and is simply a dimpling of the skin that occurs when underlying fat deposits start pushing the connective tissue underneath. While the best way to minimize cellulite is to keep a healthy diet and exercise plan, Elemis' Cellutox Active Body Oil will also help lighten up these stubborn lines! This quick-absorbing oil will hydrate, rejuvenate, firm, and smooth your skin in as little as three days.   Step 3: Ingrown hairs are a pain. In certain areas, what you may think are acne blemishes may actually be ingrown hairs! Ingrown hairs start off as clogged hair follices, which will cause the hair to curl back in and grow in on itself. These bumps can be itchy, irritated, and unappealing to look at. How do you get rid of the problem? With Bliss' Ingrown Hair Eliminating Pads, all you need to do is add an extra step after your shave! The single-use swipes will target these hair-raising bumps, exfoliate, soothe, and leave your skin smooth and bump-free.


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