How many of you hide your legs under bulky layers because you have no time to shave them? And would rather swap for something cute and light?
Summer is here and I’m officially out of hibernation mode. For the last couple of months, my legs have been in hiding from the world because I have been too lazy to shave them. Once the weather got better, I made other excuses as to why I had no time to shave. Most of my excuses revolved around my twins. It didn’t take long for me to ‘settle’ with unkempt legs.
We are full swing in the month of June and the weather has been phenomenal. I feel like with everyone going out of town to somewhere sunny and warm during the dreary spring we had, we all collectively brought some sun and warmth back to our city. So what do you do when Mother Nature starts behaving well, you spend more time outdoors. And the first step, fix those unkempt legs.
Recently, the folks at Schick Intuition sent me their2-in-1 shave technology to try out, and it has been a hit with me. How many of you, like me, use a bar of bar soap instead of shaving gel when you shave your legs? I bet we are all guilty of it. I know my legs feel dry as a desert because of it. So the folks at Schick created the Intuition that helps your legs feel smooth and moisturized. This is thanks to its four blades which provide a precise close shave and its Skin Conditioning Solid to keep your skin feeling irresistible.
Now I’m not one of those girls who shaves her legs every day. Seriously, who does? With the 2-in-1 Intuition line that comes with four blades and a pivoting head that helps glide on your body smoothly to help reduce irritation, I can actually skip a day from shaving. Yay to shorter showers and more time spent outdoors.
What do you think ladies? Would you swap your traditional shaving stick for one that comes with four blades and Skin Conditioning Solid? Have you ever thought about swapping for a razor that’s convenient (and takes less room in your shower)?
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Schick but all thoughts and opinions are my own.