How to Get Soft Skin in Time for Spring

By: Ijeoma Eboh

As the seasons change, it can be tough to keep our skin hydrated.

We can’t exactly bathe in shea butter like we did all winter long (oh wait, was that just me?) because it will leave us dripping in sweat, but we also can’t just skip out on lotion because cracked skin in the springtime isn’t excusable like it is during the winter. Dove’s Dry Oil Collection—featuring their Dove Dry Oil Beauty Bar and Dove Dry Oil Moisture Body Wash—is the perfect ashiness fighter for smooth and super soft skin.

Dove Dry Oil Moisture Body Wash goes beyond basic moisturizing to help women nourish and protect their dry skin. Dry skin can be a combination of lack of hydration and dead skin, so I love pairing the body wash with some exfoliating gloves to get my legs looking like honey caramelized chocolate goodness and keep ingrown stubble at bay.

Most women know that oils are necessary to lock in moisture in our hair strands, right? Well the Dove Dry Oil Collection is infused with Moroccan Argan oil beads to gently cleanse while helping to replenish nutrients to the skin. Although I prefer to use the wash because I love a good lather, the beauty bar contains 1/4 moisturizing cream and argan oil that won’t leave you dry like other bar soaps. That’s the liquid and the oil that helps lock in moisture in your skin, just like you would do for your hair!

For me, the key to being my radiant, ash-free self is the Dove Dry Oil collection at Dollar General! Combined with exfoliating regularly, shaving with a moisturizing razor, and sealing in all that moisture with a natural butter or oil, I can achieve smooth and soft skin that has my legs ready for shorts season.

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