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It’s Good Housekeeping’s 17th anniversary, and mommies, it’s your month, too! Enjoy meaty reads on everything relevant to you—from deliciously simple cake recipes to stories of compassion during Pope Francis’s visit.
Summer is called body-baring season for a reason. These are the hot, hot months where hemlines are shorter, fabrics are sheerer, and skin is definitely in. And at the top of the dress code? Mini dresses, leggy shorts, and tiny bikinis, of course!
Unfortunately, while we'd love to don the shortest and skimpiest pieces we can find, there's usually one thing that stops us. It's called cellulite, or that annoying skin condition that chooses no one—not even women with slender and seemingly fat-free frames. But, as with most skin issues, you can do something about it.
Ready to bare those gams? Here's a simple tutorial that will have you confidently strutting those smooth thighs in minis galore.
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(First published in the April 2004 issue of Good Housekeeping Philippines, Beauty Workbook section as "Fight Cellulite;" model photos by Ocs Alvarez; model: Belle Alvarez; adapted for use in Female Network)