Getting Smooth with Schick for Summer.

Caci here, bringing you one of my summer must-haves for smooth skin. With summer being the season to bare more skin, I need to make sure mine is smooth all day, every day. I've been discovering some Schick razors and shave gels and I'm proud to rock my legs that are soft, smooth and so ready for summer.

Getting Smooth with Schick for Summer

In case you forgot who I am, I'm Teri's (21 year old) daughter. You can learn more about me and how I'm going to be helping out on the site and on our social pages here. I haven't been around much since writing a bit for Teen Beauty, but that's going to change as I will be contributing regularly.

As I am currently having some professional laser hair removal treatments just about everywhere except my legs (thanks Dad for all the HAIR), I still need to shave my legs regularly. For me, regularly means EVERYDAY. I like the convenience of shaving my legs in the shower and Schick has a variety of options to get the job done right.

Getting Smooth with Schick for Summer

Getting the job done right is actually easy too.

READY: First, apply a moisturizing shave gel like Skintimate Shave Gel. I like Raspberry Rain!

SHAVE: Use a Schick Women’s razor (Hydro Silk, Quattro or Intuition) that fits your unique needs. Because I do shave in the shower everyday, I prefer the Hydro Silk with five curve sensing blades and water activated moisturizing serum. When I'm at college, I will admit that I skipped shave gel quite a bit and would use the Intuition because of the innovative skin moisturizing solid that surrounds the razor to lather and moisturize skin as I shave.

SHINE: Show off your legs with confidence by applying a moisturizer (this is so luxurious but I use this most often) and wear your skin baring outfits with pride!

Getting Smooth with Schick for Summer
Getting Smooth with Schick for Summer

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