Look Bikini-Ready in Minutes: Here's How

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Then, using a couple of tablespoons of scrub mixture and a loofah or pair of exfoliating gloves, scrub your body in circular motions. Spend a little extra time on particularly rough patches, such as elbows, knees and feet. You'll eradicate dull, drab skin and reveal a fresh, radiant glow. 

Get a Good, Close Shave 

Stubble and razor burn is probably not the way you want to sport your new teeny-weeny bikini. You want your Baywatch body to draw attention, not your bristly underarms or red, bumpy skin. After exfoliating, you'll want to shave all the important visible areas carefully (i.e., underarms, entire legs and bikini zone), for smooth, svelte skin. 

For a close shave that minimizes the risk of razor burn: 

  • exfoliate first;
  • use very warm water in the shower to soften hair and open pores;
  • lather with a moisturizing shaving cream;
  • use a new, four-bladed razor;
  • re-lather if you have to go back over an area;
  • pat dry; and
  • apply witch hazel or aloe vera gel to prevent ingrown hairs and soothe the area.