Bikini body in 3 easy steps: How to get bikini ready
You’re probably getting ready to check off items on your “How to Get Bikini Ready?” checklist. Three easy fixes to your bikini-body skin are available.
You may have acne on your body in places you didn’t expect. Tight exercise clothing can trap bacteria, sweat, and oil against the skin. This can cause breakouts in areas such as the back, shoulders, and chest.
Keep your skin as clean and squeaky as possible to avoid body breakouts. After your workout, remove sweaty clothes and jump in the shower. After toweling off, spray Glytone Acne Treatment Spray (Back and Chest. Salicylic acid 2% is used to clean deep into the pores and heal breakouts. It also prevents new spots from appearing. The 360-degree nozzle allows you to get the product into even the most difficult areas. (Can anyone say between the shoulder blades?)
Let’s be clear: there is no cure for cellulite. Cellulite can affect women of all weights. In fact, it is present in up to 80%. Cellulite occurs when fat deposits under the skin begin to push their way through connective tissues. Cellulite is a result of genetics, but you can minimize it by maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly.
ELEMIS Active Body Oil can help reduce the appearance and feel of cellulite. This quick-absorbing, aromatic oil contains marine-based ingredients such as seabuckthorn extract and sea fennel to firm, moisturize, and rejuvenate your entire body. It is especially effective on stubborn hips and legs. Ask your dermatologist for Cellini to improve the appearance of cellulite over time. This minimally invasive treatment can help you achieve smoother and firmer skin within three days.
Ingrown hairs are the cause of what appears to be acne in your bikini line. Clogged hair follicles cause ingrown hairs. The plug can cause hair to curl and grow inwards or sideways instead of upwards and out through your skin. Bumps are itchy, irritating, and, of course, unattractive when wearing a swimsuit.
Change your shaving routine to avoid a summer full of ingrown hairs. Use a single-bladed, fresh razor to shave wet skin. Shave in the direction of hair growth, and don’t go over the same spot more than once. Gentle exfoliation will help to remove bumps. Try PFB Vanish, a cooling gel that exfoliates the skin with glycolic and salicylic acids while also calming irritation.