Miles to Go
Lubriderm works for me. Also put it on my feet twice a day. Keeps them baby soft.
Last:: 10/22 ScotiaBank Waterfront HM
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I use olive oil to grease up my chest hair.
And don't go outside during the winter. Problem solved.
So... I want to know if LTH has become pretty yet? Is it working, Brad?
PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013
Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013
18 marathons, 18 BQs since 2010
Short term goal: 17:59 5K
Mid term goal: 2:54:59 marathon
Long term goal: To say I've been a runner half my life. (I started running at age 45).
If you drink it, will it moisturize your colon?
No, you're still going to need lube
Haha, that's probably what you did after winning that 5k last fall.
LOL... you sure are pretty.
I just reminded myself of a buddy of mine. Years ago he used to use lotion a lot and I used to tease him about it, saying real men didn't use lotion and stuff like that. His favorite thing to do was to secretly put a drop of lotion on the palm of his hand before shaking hands with me. lol, really icky.
I like to chase my SO around the house with my favorite bottle of perfume in hand. "Just one spray!" I tell him. I can make him run real fast like that.
Loved that, and this one too.
"It rubs the lotion on it's skin or else it gets the hose again."
I use an oil cleansing method on my face, but I'm also big into non-GMO and Organic foods too, lol.
I'll have to try olive oil on my hands. We've got baby chicks in the house and I feel like I'm washing my hands 50x a day, my skin is really dried out.
You could try butter.
Coconut oil works well too and it smells better. Good luck with your experiment.
My massage therapist used coconut oil today. I smell like a pina colada.
I decided to try this for my paws today, which despite my sincerest efforts over the years, are notoriously dry:
While I cannot say whether this will work or not, I can say that I will be bringing bread and herbs tomorrow!