Smooth legs are enviable. There’s nothing better than the feeling of smooth legs, but razor burn strikes when and where no one wants it. Naturally, that encourages us to say that a so-so hair removal method isn’t going to fly. You could try laser hair removal, but that’s expensive. So, let’s look at the other ways you can get rid of unwanted hair. And you don’t even have to settle for just a new shaving cream. There are hair removal creams, shaving gels, shaving oils… you get the picture. There are a lot of options to help you get the smooth skin you want.
Parissa Wax Strips
Try an at-home waxing kit for easy hair removal. Parissa’s Wax Strips are phenomenal, and won’t leave your skin feeling raw. It can feel a little messy while you’re applying it thanks to the wax, but sure as daylight it’ll pull the hair by the root. No touch ups necessary, these wax strips will be all you need for your hair removal needs. They do come in a variety of sizes, too.
Aveeno Therapeutic Shave Gel
Known for their sensitive-skin safe products, Aveeno’s Therapeutic Shave Gel doesn’t disappoint. Protecting delicate areas from irritation, you’ll find your razor bumps gone after using this gel. The added ingredient, oatmeal, helps fight irritation while helping to lubricate your skin. And don’t worry, there isn’t any kind of fragrance so your sensitive skin will be just fine.
Kiss My Face 4-in-1 Moisture Shave
Take care of all your skin’s needs with this moisture shave from Kiss My Face. Soften your legs, smooth them out, and moisturize the living daylights out of wherever you’re trying to shave. Cruelty free, vegan, and paraben free, Kiss My Face respects the environment and animals just as much as your skin.
LUSH Cosmetics Ambrosia Shaving Cream
So, Lush says that this is ideal for sensitive faces but we think it’s ideal for sensitive skin, period. With coca butter to help soften skin, and chamomile as well as oat milk to soothe skin, you’ll be good to go with this shaving cream. Massage any remaining cream into your skin after shaving for an intense moisturizer and relieve itchiness.
OK. This one is a miracle. Soothe your irritated post-shave skin with Tend Skin’s Razor Bump Skin Care Solution. It will soothe your skin after shaving, laser hair removal, razor bumps, razor burn, ingrown hairs, and after waxing. Others have tried it as a foot deodorant, too.
Nair Cocoa Butter Lotion
Nair has been around forever, advertising as a hair remover lotion. This product in particular needs recognition though. It’s loaded with cocoa butter, so you won’t feel like you’re stripping your skin using it to remove hair. It starts working in as little as three minutes, so it’s not like you’ll be stuck sitting around with this lotion on for a long time.
Tree Hut Bare Moisturizing Shave Oil
If you have dry skin, this shave oil is a must. You’ll wind up with a close shave, baby bottom smooth legs or underarms, and hydration that lasts. It’ll reduce your chances of razor burn, too. Another great use for this shave oil is if you need to dry shave. It’ll act like a shield against your razor, helping to keep you safe from dreaded razor burn and cuts.
What’s your go-to hair removal product?