Look Sexy In Shorts: Natural Skincare Tips For Beautiful Legs

19th May 2017 / By The Blog Team

Summer is here! It’s time to shed those winter layers and prepare for many hours of lounging under the sun! We’ve selected our favourite natural skin care tips to help exfoliate, moisturise and smoothen your skin. So, you can get ready to show off your polished legs in this season’s trendiest shorts! Check out our top skincare tips below.

Tip 1.


Create your own organic exfoliating scrub to smoothen your legs before wearing your new favourite shorts!


1/2 cup of organic coconut oil, 1/2 cup of ground sea salt, 1 tablespoon of vitamin E oil and a slice of lemon

Mix these ingredients together and you have your own natural exfoliator! Apply on legs, scrub and then wash off for perfectly smooth skin! Show off your newly exfoliated legs in our khaki Linen Shorts!

Tip 2.


After you exfoliate, make sure you keep your legs moisturised to stop them from becoming dry and flaky!


2 tablespoons of cosmetic grade beeswax pellets, 1/4 cup of organic coconut oil, 1/2 cup of organic extra virgin olive oil, 2 tablespoons of tomato toner (you can also substitute with rose water for more sensitive skin) and a few drops of eucalyptus oil

Mix the ingredients together to produce a rich cream, which you can use after a day of sunbathing to keep your skin hydrated and soft.

🌷Extra tip: Shea butter and cocoa butter are both excellent natural moisturisers! Make sure to stock up on these butters and natural oils, such as coconut, almond and jojaba oil, which are great for your hair, skin and nails!



Tip 3.


In order to have smooth skin all season long, it’s important to look after your skin! We have a few tips that will help keep you on track and make sure you can rock it girl shorts throughout the summer.

  • Water, water, water! All day, all the time! Stay Hydrated.
  • Use SPF everywhere! ☀
  • Moisturise in the morning and before you go to sleep.
  • Take your time exfoliating (don’t scrub too hard).
  • Mantain a healthy diet (carrots, tomatoes and apricots are great for your skin in the summer).


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