With all of the cute dresses and skirts that summer brings comes a decidedly un-cute problem: chafing.
The summer may be winding down but it’s still hot — and people all over are suffering from the itchy, uncomfortable condition, particularly between the thighs due to summer clothing.
Next time, get ahead of chafing by using one of these products below. Whether you’re looking for something to wear or something to rub on, there’s something here for every skin type.
Glide this anti-friction balm over anywhere that tends toward roughness or chafing. It melts instantly into skin, cooling and relieving. Aloe vera, pomegranate-seed extract, grape-seed oil, and ginger root combine into the easy-to-apply stick, which has a barely-there, fresh scent.
SHOP IT: Goop, $20
This stretchy lace is made of 90% nylon and stays in place with two rows of non-slip silicone, giving you peace of mind as you enjoy your day.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $15
Chamois Butt'r is a non-greasy skin lubricant that soothes already chafed or irritated skin. May be applied to any skin areas that rub together or against clothing.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $23
Designed to provide comfort and relief to skin that is irritated by friction, this tried and true product is long lasting, non-greasy, and unscented.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $8
One of the original go-to’s This non-greasy, anti-chafing gel cream dries on contact and provides long-lasting comfort.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $18
Save your thighs from discomfort with these seamless, long-leg bottoms. They eliminate chafing, sweat, and having to sit on anything gross when you're in a dress.
SHOP IT: Knix, $40
Surf Butta was created for surfers but it is for everyone who has skin that rubs together uncomfortably.
SHOP IT: Walmart, $50
Use daily in humid and dry conditions for a pain free active life with this effective and long lasting product.
SHOP IT: SportChek, $8
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