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If I am going to wear sandals I'll lotion up my feet, if my face feels dry I'll put lotion on but that's about it.
Turtles: omg please don't put that in your moo moo

Nej: too late... moo moo has been infiltrated.
I lotion up everything. I used to do just my legs and arms, and then a few winters ago my skin flipped out (it was a brutally cold winter). I ended up with huge red, raw patches everywhere. I made moisturizing a habit and now I do my whole body every day.
Eres o te haces?
I only moisturize after I've shaved my legs, or been out in the sun.

It's my theory that the more lotion you use, the more you need. Kind of like with lip balm/chapstick.




He was going for the remote. He is apparently trying to terrify more even more than his sister did at an earlier age!!


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For those of you who have very dry skin as I do, you may benefit from two things:

1) filtered showerhead and/or faucet

2) Applying oil to damp skin




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Originally Posted by juanab
This. I've been applying coconut oil on damp skin right out of the shower, and my skin is no longer dry and itchy. Applying over damp skin is key - it doesn't have the same effect if applied to dry skin.
For those of you who have very dry skin as I do, you may benefit from two things:

1) filtered showerhead and/or faucet

2) Applying oil to damp skin




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Originally Posted by juanab
This. I've been applying coconut oil on damp skin right out of the shower, and my skin is no longer dry and itchy. Applying over damp skin is key - it doesn't have the same effect if applied to dry skin.
Originally Posted by B-wavy
how long does it take to absorb?
3a/2c
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Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.
Boyfriends sister, a microbiologist who works for NASA, was sent to do field work in the Bahamas.

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not only am i a picture-posting failure, me and fine art painting aren't friends either!

i can't even do a *small* imitation of Jackson Pollock for my mom's birthday gift!!!

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For those of you who have very dry skin as I do, you may benefit from two things:

1) filtered showerhead and/or faucet

2) Applying oil to damp skin




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Originally Posted by juanab
This. I've been applying coconut oil on damp skin right out of the shower, and my skin is no longer dry and itchy. Applying over damp skin is key - it doesn't have the same effect if applied to dry skin.
Originally Posted by B-wavy
That's how I apply oil.

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Boyfriends sister, a microbiologist who works for NASA, was sent to do field work in the Bahamas.
Originally Posted by iroc
hmmmmm... since when were The Bahamas "outer space"????

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Boyfriends sister, a microbiologist who works for NASA, was sent to do field work in the Bahamas.
Originally Posted by iroc
hmmmmm... since when were The Bahamas "outer space"????

Originally Posted by rouquinne

They have more branches than just space travel.


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A customer just asked me where my nuts are. Snicker.
Kiva! Microfinance works.

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Umm, I don't moisturize at all. Unless I notice that my elbows are dry and when I wear flats or sandals and realize how dry my feet are. Plus when I wear dresses or skirts I put some on my legs.
I just don't really remember and can't be bothered putting it on and waiting for it to dry.

I really want some triple creme cheese. Mmm, some Cowgirl Creamery Red Hawk would be great. Or Brillant-Savarin. Sigh.
Originally Posted by Saria
This is me. In addition if I notice my arms look dry I will slap some lotion on them.
Central Massachusetts

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In regards to Vagazzling: They just want to get into the goods without worrying about getting scratched up by fake crystals. ~spring1onu~
Minnesota drivers are so weird.

At least half the time when merging onto the highway, I get stuck behind someone who thinks it's a good idea to not go above 45 mph before trying to merge into traffic. They are going to literally kill me some day.

I also seem to be constantly stuck behind someone going at least 10 mph under the speed limit, for no apparent reason. No, you do not need to go 40 in the 55 mph zone. I'd like to get home faster, thanks.

But they're strangely aggressive in other ways. I've never lived anywhere else (including New Jersey) where people have absolutely zero regard for the fact that you are backing out of a parking spot. You can be 2/3 of the way out of the spot, in motion, and they will just fly past behind you without hesitating. Even if there is barely enough space for them to get past, and you are rapidly closing the gap as you back up.

They are also strangely pushy about right turning on red, but can't be bothered to go through a green left turn arrow with any sort of urgency.

They make no sense.
Originally Posted by cmb4314
OH, CMC you nailed it! I just read this to my husband and he about shot milk out of his nose!
< member since 2006. No idea where 1969 came from.
For those of you who have very dry skin as I do, you may benefit from two things:

1) filtered showerhead and/or faucet

2) Applying oil to damp skin




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Originally Posted by juanab
This. I've been applying coconut oil on damp skin right out of the shower, and my skin is no longer dry and itchy. Applying over damp skin is key - it doesn't have the same effect if applied to dry skin.
Originally Posted by B-wavy
how long does it take to absorb?
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
If it's non-oily, it absorbs almost instantly. I use one with oil sometimes since it helps keeps bugs away somehow.

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OMG, broccoli shreds on fish tacos instead of cabbage is so GOOD!
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They have more branches than just space travel.
Originally Posted by iroc
oui, ma chere, i know... it was just my lame attempt at being funny...

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