Thigh gap? Are you kidding me? Instead of worrying about the space between my thighs I'm more concerned about them chafing! You don’t have to have thunder thighs to suffer chafing. Especially during the warmer months. Fun summer activities can be a right bummer – wearing bathing suits, excessive walking while sightseeing on vacation, sweat, moisture, outdoor activities, dresses, and athletic gear like bicycle seats and wetsuits. Uh! All a pain. Here’s some ways to deal:
1. Use Lubricating Balm to Ease the Painful Friction
One of the best ways to keep your thighs from chafing is to invest in a good quality, well-reviewed lubricating balm. Most of the products look kind of like stick deodorants, and by rubbing the stick on the areas of your legs that usually chafe together and become painful, you can build a protective layer that helps to prevent your skin from becoming sore. For something as important as this, it really pays off to spend a little extra and get one of the better-branded balms.