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It’s summer, which means shorts season.

Ladies, I know we get a little relaxed when it comes to shaving our legs in the winter months, but with warm weather comes shorts, skirts, and dresses.  Which means that we need to keep those legs nice and smooth.

I’m not really picky when it comes to shaving lotion. Heck, I’ll be honest, most times I’m too lazy to even apply it; I’ll just do a dry shave. Not only does this increase the risk of getting nicked by my razor, but it’s also bad for the moisture in my skin.  Although my legs aren’t my favourite feature, I’ve worked very hard to be confident in wearing shorts and not being self-conscious about my gams (I used to be much heavier as a child and teenager).

Anyways, what I’m getting at here is that we should be taking care of one of our most important limbs.

eos has recently reintroduced their shaving cream, which is innovative enough that it doesn’t lather when you apply it. Instead, it acts as a moisturizer; thin on the skin and moisturizing to your legs. This new formula delivers 24 hours of skin-brightening moisture, due to its unique ingredient blend of vitamin B3, grape seed extract and green tea to help improve skin condition and brighten skin to leave you with more even-toned skin.

The lotion still contains natural conditioning oils, shea butter, and vitamins C and E, so it moisturizes your skin for 24 hours, and best of all, you can use it wet or dry. Because the product doesn’t foam, you get a closer shave, which helps prevent nicks, cuts and razor bumps. The paraben-free formula is housed in an ergonomic plastic bottle that is easy to grip (and pretty to the eyes).  It features a pump, which I’ve always had issues with, as I have to manually push it back up after pumping down on it, as I usually like using three to four pumps of product per leg. Not a huge deal, but kind of annoying.


These guys are available in three scents, Pomegranate Raspberry, Vanilla Bliss, and Lavender Jasmine, and have a suggested retail price of C$5.69 each.

I received two scents, Pomegranate Raspberry and Lavender Jasmine.  I’ve tried Lavender Jasmine many times so I naturally gravitated towards the pink bottle, Pomegranate Raspberry.  I’ve never had issues with this shaving lotion in the past and always found that it made my legs nice and moisturized after using it, so I was a fan of the original formula already.  After reading that this should improve skin condition and brighten skin, I was excited to see how it would work with my skin.  I have some scars (aka memories of my bar-star days when I was 19) on one of my legs, so I was hoping that it would diminish those problem areas, however, I didn’t really notice a difference. My skin didn’t look more even-toned, it just looked normal. Which I mean, isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I believe they just enhanced the original formula, so it isn’t like this is a separate line.  I’ve only used this product a couple times, so who knows what my skin will look like in a month from now after continuous use.

Overall, I’ve never had any issues with this shaving lotion, so just because I didn’t see brighter skin, it doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t recommend it. The only issue I know people have  with this particular product is that it applies thin, not frothy like other shaving creams. I don’t mind it since that way it doesn’t clog the razor.  If you were a fan of the original formula, I would certainly give this a try.

Do you like eos Shaving Creams?

Please note, product sent by PR. All opinions are my own.

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