Summertime Shine #LuminousSkin

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I’m switching up my look and enjoying more skin bearing outfits. Last week I remixed one of my favorite skirts for Saturday lunch with Robert.

CeCe Olisa PlusSizePrincess.com Striped Skirt with Pockets

 I bought this shirt for $6 Here and this skirt for $73 Here

I’ve also been trying different moisturizers to make sure I don’t get a “lizard legs” situation.

Lizard legs = when your shins get really dry.

For me, creamy lotions work well, but when I jump out of the shower, I like to let my skin absorb that water with a with an oil or gel moisturizer. This week I’ve been testing out Jergens Shea Beauty Oil, which is supposed to give skin six times more radiance, sheen and hydration. I like it because its an oil that doesn’t make me look/feel greasy and my skin feels moisturized through the day, so I’m not looking down in the middle of the day and seeing ashy legs!

The oil comes in a bottle that pumps. I’ve spilled baby oil before, so this is a good thing for me. A few pumps of the oil goes a long way and it absorbs really quickly. You can find this Shea Beauty Oil in grocery and drug stores in your area for $9.99. For more info about Jergens

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  • Nerdy Lucy

    I love this outfit on you.

    • thebiggirlblog

      Awww thanks!! xo

  • Kamilah Hasan

    Lizard legs, I Love it! What I’ve been using to combat skin that looks dry is a brief sugar scrub by Sunshine Spa. The old are so rich I don’t even need lotion afterwards. All natural, no propylene glycol, no parabems, vegan, and cruelty free!

  • Nicole Wilson

    I hear ya on the lizard legs. I have been making some homemade concoctions in the kitchen for my kids (they have eczema) and have found that if I use straight aloe vera jelly right out of the shower and seal with my shea butter whip (raw shea butter and coconut oil), I am perfectly moisturized and sealed (but non greasy) all day.