Monday, December 7, 2009

Grace in Small Things Part 20, Dry Winter Air Edition

Any other ideas to keep me from drying up and blowing away?

7 comments:

Jennifer (Jen on the Edge) said...

Badger Balm for your tootsies and Burt's Bee's serum for the delicate skin around your eyes.

Violet said...

Water...cold, clear, sweet water. IMO, one of the few good things about winter is the frigidly cold water that flows from the tap. Winter water tastes better than summer water.

Swirl Girl said...

and purell, don't forget your purell!

Leanne said...

Um, I guess wine is the wrong answer?

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

AmLactin is THE best moisturizer ever. It used to be prescription, but Costco has it for about $17.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Sounds like you need a little humid. I'm a fan of the Kiss My Face hand creme--grapefruit + bergamot=smells like Fruit Loops and works sooooo well.

Holly (me.) said...

I slather myself in lotion, cream, or good, ol' Vaseline then wriggle into my thermal pants and top with socks at bedtime. All the moisturizer has the night to soak into my skin, and I sleep much better without the itching of dry skin. It's essentially an extended version of those little spa gloves and spa socks one can wear during moisturizing treatments.
And the pricier facial moisturizer I use? The remnants on my fingertips are rubbed into my hands so none is wasted.