It’s almost that time of year and we have answers to the question of how do I get beautiful legs for summer. With warmer weather comes beach days, pool parties, and of course, more skin. Your legs have been wrapped up all winter, and now, it’s time to break out your favorite pair of shorts. While you might be thinking your winter legs are something to be embarrassed by, do not fret! The truth is, your beautiful legs might just need a little help before they take center stage in the warmer months, and Hanalei has plenty of tips before you hit the beach!
Drink Plenty of Water (and add a bit of your favorite fruit)
When it comes to beautiful legs, you have to nourish your beautiful body. Staying hydrated is one of the most beneficial ways to make sure your skin is looking its best. When you drink water, you’re replenishing the moisture that escapes when the air is dry. Throw in some berries or any of your favorite fruits for some extra nutrients and encouragement for you to finish that morning water bottle!
A Little Daily Exercise Will Help
Exercise is simply one of the best things you can do for your complexion. When you increase your blood flow, you’re naturally nourishing your skin all over your body. Exercise helps your blood carry more oxygen and nutrients throughout your entire body, including your skin. On top of that, when you sweat, you’re getting rid of toxins that might hinder your body glow.
Exfoliate Your Skin
When it comes to bringing out the best of your skin, exfoliating is something that should definitely be worked into your daily routine. When you exfoliate using Hanalei’s Sugar Body Scrub, you’ll truly be able to get rid of that dead skin so that your legs can look their summer best. With the Sugar Body Scrub, you’ll be able to buff out any unevenness and relieve dry skin, all while restoring hydration to your beautiful legs.
Get a Sunless Tan
During the summer, you’ll probably want to show off your skin right from the beginning, but when you’ve spent time inside all winter, you might be worried about how your legs look. When you tan your legs beforehand with self-tanner, you’ll not only be protecting them from the sun’s harmful rays, but you’ll have the confidence to go outside with a natural-looking tan right from the start of summer.
Moisturize Your Body
It’s probably pretty clear that moisturizing is one of the best ways to take care of your legs. When you moisturize with Hanalei’s Kukui Body Lotion, you’re nourishing your skin with nothing but the best. From local Hawaiian botanical, kukui oil, to aloe vera and essential fatty acids, this body lotion is perfect for relieving dryness, restoring hydration, and nourishing your skin with antioxidants and essential vitamins A and C, so you can rest assured that your skin is taken care of well before summer even starts.
Don’t Forget the SPF And Sun Protection
When it comes to protecting your skin, sunscreen is probably one of the most convenient ways to do so. When you apply your favorite SPF before going outside, you’re guaranteeing beautiful legs for years to come, so why wait? Sun protection is important, even in your younger years, and when you regularly use sunscreen, you’ll be keeping your skin looking its best for the future.
With summer just around the corner, it’s inevitable that you’ll want to start showing more skin. While your legs might not be looking their best after a winter of indoor activities, there’s no need to worry—Hanalei has you, and your legs covered when it comes to unlocking their natural beauty for the warmer months. From moisturizer to exercise, there’s plenty you can do for your legs, so get ready to hit the beach, the pool, or your favorite vacation spot—with these tips, your legs will be looking nothing but their best.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul