It may not be summer just yet, but the warmer weather is on its way, so there's no better time to get your wardrobe ready for the heat. One downside of the change in seasons can be the dreaded discomfort of chafing thighs, but thankfully Amazon has the solution - and for under £20.
Amazon's anti-chafing shorts from Amazon sit comfortably under your clothes to prevent chafing, as well as acting as shapewear to smooth out lumps and bumps. The shorts are available in various colours, and for just £15.99, they're a total gamechanger for comfortably wearing skirts and shorts this summer.
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Shoppers can’t get enough of the shorts that have racked up over 4,000 five-star ratings and a long list of glowing reviews. One happy customer wrote: “The shorts are really soft and comfortable. They didn't roll up when I sat down or walked which is a huge plus. I got the multiple-colour pack which is ideal for different outfits. I will be living in these during the summer!”
Another added: “These are so comfy that I wear them all day for work under dresses with no discomfort. In the current heatwave, they have been essential!! Awesome chub run shorts, definitely recommend.” A third wrote: “These are light enough that they are comfortable in the heat but thick enough to smooth out my lumps and bumps.”
M&S also have their own anti-chafe shorts, made with cooling technology for a fresh, barely-there feel. The shorts have received hundreds of impressive reviews, with one shopper writing: "
The light control shorts from John Lewis have been praised by shoppers for their ability to prevent chafing and for smoothing out the appearance of bumps when worn underneath clothing. One reviewer wrote: “This underwear does the job perfectly. No chaffing/rubbing thighs and no riding or rolling up. A revelation. Thoroughly recommend treating yourself to a pair of these pants!”
If you're looking for a quick solution for chafing thighs while you're on the go, try the cult-favourite Megababe thigh rescue rub. Shoppers rave about this handy stick which can be rubbed straight onto your legs - but it's constantly going out of stock, so you'll need to snap it up fast!