Moisturizing Jeans? Yes, They're an Actual Thing

The specially infused denim promises to fight dry shins and cottage-cheese thighs

We expect a lot from our jeans, but moisturizing and cellulite-fighting? Somehow those are qualities we never thought to ask for. But Wrangler, it seems, has, and will launch new line of jeans infused with skin-care actives at the end of the month.

Wrangler's Denim Spa collection will feature "moistuizing and slimming ingredients" that will protect skin from the "dehydrating effects" of denim, reports British Vogue.

The specially infused skinnies will be offered in three different finishes: "Aloe Vera" to soothe sensitive skin, "Olive Extract" to moisturize, and "Smooth Legs," which claims to combat cellulite with algae extracts, retinol and caffeine.

Since the embedded dimple-blasting ingredients only last for 15 days (or four to six washes), Wrangler plans to sell a reload spray, which can be applied after each wash to maintain the fabric’s potency.

Ironically, the line’s slim spokeswoman Lizzie Jagger already has good genes; she's the daughter of rock star Mick Jagger and former model Jerry Hall, and, we imagine, is probably blissfully unaware of the existence of cottage-cheese thighs.

"After a day wearing them, my legs feel great. They come out feeling more silky than usual," says Jagger in the promotional video. Forget about any aftereffects—we just want to know if the lubed-up leg holes will make it easier for us to squeeze into those skinny jeans.

A pair of Wrangler Denim Spa jeans will cost about $113, and will be available on, starting January 28. Hat tip to

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