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the skin on my legs looks like alligator skin,how can i help that,it seems genetic

I usually find that very dry

I usually find that very dry skin in my clients is from a lack of omega-3 oils. Try it! The best form of omega-3's are from fish oil or cod liver oil or krill oil. Make sure to get one that is not heated.

after you get out of the

after you get out of the shower, use a heavy moisturizer for our legs, this will take the dryness away and make your skin look healthier

HI, Apple Cider vinegar will


Apple Cider vinegar will soften and moisturize your skin. Rub the ACV on your leg and leave it there for 1/2 an hour (do it in the tub as it will drip) continue applying as it falls off. In a week you should notice a difference (do it twice a week)

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