Can a dry oil moisturize your skin without it feeling greasy? -PJ Gach You know after you shave your legs they can feel tight, itchy and uncomfortable? You slather on a thick, gooey moisturizer hoping that it’ll soothe your skin. During colder months, you can get away with shaving your legs once a week (or once a month when it’s freezing out) and slathering on thick moisturizer during the winter almost feels like you’re giving yourself extra insulation. Well, what do you do when the temps soar to the 90s and you’re wearing lighter weight clothes? Thick moisturizers just won’t work. They’ll slide down your leg in a heartbeat. Read 10 Adorbs Cat-Themed Accessories It’s with crazy visuals of dripping; slippery moisturizers leaving a trail behind me in my head that made me grab a bottle of Caudalie Divine Oil ($32, caudalie.com) and road test that sucker. Caudalie Divine Oil is made with a blend of hibiscus, sesame and argan oils mixed with Caudalie’s patented anti-oxidant Polyphenols. The potion is powerful enough to soothe, nourish and moisturize super-dry skin, but it’s extremely lightweight and absorbs quickly into your skin. After I hacked the hair off my legs, I sprayed (yes, you can spray it—no more liquid over everything except where you want it to be) the Divine Oil to my calves and gently massaged it into my skin. Three days later, my calves still felt silky soft. You can use Caudalie’s Divine Oil all over your body, on your face and even in your hair. The oil has a subtle floral and woody fragrance that I found to be subtle and girly. A small drop goes a long way. If you’ve sensitive skin like mine, you’ll be glad to try something that works but doesn’t suffocate your pores. PJ Gach is Managing Editor: Spa Week Daily, Social Media Manager, Spa Week.