Combating Summer Chafing
This time of year, shorts and skirts and summer heat combine to exacerbate one of women’s least favorite problems: thigh chafing. Chafing occurs when your under thighs rub against one another and create friction which has lead to many holes in jeans and even more rashes and uncomfortable moments. Seriously, if your thighs touch you know that chafing is one of the most annoying things to deal with day in and out and summer time makes it so much worse. Here are a few ways to fight chafing and give your inner thighs a rest.
- If you are already experiencing the results of chafing in the form of painful rashes and bumps, your first priority is going to be soothing the skin and letting it heal. Apply salves to the skin to fight it from the outside but also boost your skin’s healing from the inside with Beauty Tonic. Beauty Tonic is a collagen supplement specifically targeted to help your body support your skin. Collagen is the protein your body uses to regenerate skin so giving your body extra can help speed healing time and make your skin healthier.
- Save your skin from future chafing by wearing clothing that covers your thighs. This doesn’t mean you can’t wear dresses; there are undergarments that are thin and breathable but long enough to cover your thighs so the friction is lessened. These garments are also more durable than jeans which chafing can sometimes wear holes in.
- If you don’t want to have to cover your skin, applying deodorant or an anti-chafing balm to your inner thighs can also cut down on friction and save your skin. If you don’t want to buy a whole new product, you can use any solid deodorant stick which has the extra benefit of smelling good while it keeps your thighs rash-free.