Wrangler launches moisturizing jeans
They supposedly moisturize and prevent cellulite.
What will they possibly think of next? A company has taken the world’s love for denim to the next level by launching a jean that supposedly moisturizes legs and helps prevent cellulite.
According to British Vogue, popular jean company Wrangler is releasing its first pair of moisturizing jeans via its new Denim Spa jeans line, which includes a skinny-fit jean that is pumped up with ingredients that help fight against the “dehydrating effects” of regular denim.
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The jeans come in three finishes -- Aloe Vera, Olive Extract and Smooth Legs, which not only adds moisture to legs, but also helps fight cellulite using ingredients like apricot kernel oil and shea butter. The special formula stays intact in your pair of pants for up to 95 wears, at which point you can buy a “reload spray” to add moisture back in.
Ahh, multitasking fashion at it’s finest.
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Tell us: Would you buy pants that help fight cellulite?
Photo: Courtesy Wrangler
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As far as helping to fight cellulite - you know what really helps with that? Avoiding that turn into the fast food restaurant, and just eating at home. ;)
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